Picture from New PayPal update finally brings Android Pay support New PayPal update finally brings Android Pay support
Before you start using Android Pay, you'll need to attach your PayPal account. You'll be guided step-by-step on how to do that by the Android app itself, so after you're done you should be able to pay with your PayPal account when using Android Pay...

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The Adventure Time mash-up pack may also come with a skin pack and a themed world in addition to texture packs. Also, it will probably be available for $3.99 when it launches on Android and iOS devices...

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Two new features are coming to Facebook Live in the coming days, which are supposed to provide users with more ways to engage with friends. Live Chat With Friends and Live With should make it easier for Facebook Live users to share experiences and connect in real time with their friends...

Picture from Best low light camera: Galaxy S8 vs Google Pixel vs LG G6 vs iPhone 7 Best low light camera: Galaxy S8 vs Google Pixel vs LG G6 vs iPhone 7
Low-light performance has not traditionally been among the strongest suits of smartphone cameras. However, with the wider adoption of OIS (optical image stabilization) over the past couple of years, and thanks to the great advances in camera software that we've recently witnessed, smartphones are becoming ever more capable of coping with less-than-optimal light conditions. That's why we decided to take the current top smartphone cameras — the Galaxy S8, Google Pixel, LG G6, and iPhone 7 — and pit them against each other in a low-light photo shootout...

Picture from Google's new Family Group enables sharing on Photos, YouTube TV, Calendar and Keep Google's new Family Group enables sharing on Photos, YouTube TV, Calendar and Keep
New family-oriented features have just been announced by Google, aimed at users who like to share music, photos and other entertainment. Family Group allows users to share stuff on various Google services like YouTube TV, Photos, Calendar and Keep...

Picture from Samsung Gear S3 software update brings bucketloads of new features for users in the US Samsung Gear S3 software update brings bucketloads of new features for users in the US
Spotify, BMW Connected, Gear for Nest, Facer, and NYC Transit apps are now available for Samsung Gear S3 users in the US via Galaxy Apps Store...

Picture from Want to toughen up your Samsung Galaxy S8? LifeProof FRE cases are now available to pre-order Want to toughen up your Samsung Galaxy S8? LifeProof FRE cases are now available to pre-order
With a LifeProof FRE case on, your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ will be seriously protected against accidents...

Picture from T-Mobile outs call failure fix for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note 5 T-Mobile outs call failure fix for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note 5
The roll-out for both updates should be in full swing now, as T-Mobile announced their availability on May 21. The changelog is the same for both smartphones: intermittent call failure fix, Android 7.0 Nougat for users still on DQC2...

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Both new features will be available from the Explore tab inside Instagram, and should enable users to see what's happening around them, as well as find stories related to their interests...

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With the new ability, Pinterest Lens users can now recreate meals, so the next time they like a dish they ate at their favorite restaurant, they can prepare it cook it at home...

Picture from Huawei announces MateBook E 2-in-1 device with 2K display, advanced Folio Keyboard Huawei announces MateBook E 2-in-1 device with 2K display, advanced Folio Keyboard
The MateBook E is Huawei's next generation slate that promises speed, elegance and mobility, allowing consumers to stay connected to everyone while on the go...

Picture from First HTC U11 night time photos surface: is this the best smartphone camera around? First HTC U11 night time photos surface: is this the best smartphone camera around?
HTC's new flagship phone, the U11, has big aspirations: some publications have called it the best camera ever on a phone, but how does it do in one area where smartphone cameras typically struggle, night time photography?...

Picture from Results: Galaxy S8 / S8+ users, do you use your iris scanner at all? Results: Galaxy S8 / S8+ users, do you use your iris scanner at all?
The Samsung Galaxy S8 has two unique mechanical components that are used for unlocking the phone — an awkwardly placed fingerprint scanner and a pretty straightforward, fast-working iris scanner. The latter one we first saw on the Galaxy Note 7 and were already acquainted with the tech. However, now, even months after the release of Sammy's latest and greatest flagship duo — the S8 and S8+ — we can't say we are fully accustomed to using the iris scanner exclusively for unlocks.

Picture from Wireless charging: do you use it? Wireless charging: do you use it?
So, wireless charging is pretty popular nowadays — almost all current major Android flagships have the feature, sans the occasional heavy hitter like the Google Pixel. It is becoming so prominent that even Apple's iPhone 8 (or whatever that rumored premium edition of the iPhone ends up being called) is rumored to come with a wireless charging coil.

Picture from New Google Assistant update adds entire search phrases to keyboard suggestion row New Google Assistant update adds entire search phrases to keyboard suggestion row
Typing support for Google Assistant was only introduced at last week's I/O 2017, yet the function is already getting an upgrade...

Picture from The Galaxy S8's iris scanner can be bypassed using a digital camera and a contact lens, researchers show The Galaxy S8's iris scanner can be bypassed using a digital camera and a contact lens, researchers show
There are a ton of ways to fool biometric security technology, a fact once again proven right by a group of researchers who have demonstrated a method for easily bypassing the Samsung Galaxy S8's iris scanner...

Picture from Microsoft has created the first stylus with no perceived lag: the new Surface Pen Microsoft has created the first stylus with no perceived lag: the new Surface Pen
Microsoft claims to have created the “fastest pen in the world,” but what does that even mean? It's quite simple actually: after years of research, Microsoft has finally been able to make a stylus that works with almost no visual delay...

Picture from Microsoft intros the new Surface Pro, the lightest and fastest Surface tablet to date Microsoft intros the new Surface Pro, the lightest and fastest Surface tablet to date
The new tablet comes with a powerful Intel Core i7 7th Gen processor and a battery that should provide up to 13.5 hours of video playback. LTE Advanced is on board as well (but it's coming later this year), along with a next generation Surface Pen...

Picture from Alleged Nokia 9 gets benchmarked, performing on-par with other flagships Alleged Nokia 9 gets benchmarked, performing on-par with other flagships
We've already seen some leaked photos that allegedly showed us the Nokia 9, encased in a “black box” that was hiding most of its design. However, what we didn't know is how the handset will actually perform. This might have just changed, as a device that is allegedly the Nokia 9 has been spotted in the database of the popular smartphone benchmarking app, Geekbench...

Picture from Get these “Epic Platformer” Android games for just $1 Get these “Epic Platformer” Android games for just $1
The bundle contains 9 games initially, but at least one other will be added next week. You can choose one of the three price tiers, which will offer access to a different number of games...

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We're still about 4 months away from the announcement of this year's iPhone models, but it looks like Apple is already acting to secure display panels for its future handsets...

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Amazon's Alexa-enabled cam is still only available via invitations only, but the Echo Look app is already available for iOS and Android.

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Some of Facebook's content moderation guidelines may spark debates among different rights groups.

Picture from Meizu M5c is an affordable and likeable new 5 Meizu M5c is an affordable and likeable new 5" phone that promises good battery life
Meizu is not exactly a household name in the United States or Europe, but this Chinese phone maker offers some phones that feature great value for the money, and it has just announced its latest such device, the Meizu M5c...

Picture from Samsung Gear S3 Classic LTE coming to AT&T on May 26 Samsung Gear S3 Classic LTE coming to AT&T on May 26
The cellular version of the Samsung Gear S3 classic will be available at AT&T with support for NumberSync, which allows users to access phone numbers on smartwatch regardless of the location of their smartphones...

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For a week or so, Instagram has been lacking the options to instantly share your posts on either Foursquare, Swarm (Foursquare's check-in app), or Flickr. Currently, Instagram users can only cross-post to Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr...

Picture from LG Phoenix 2 receiving Android 7.0 Nougat update at AT&T LG Phoenix 2 receiving Android 7.0 Nougat update at AT&T
The update brings both the Android 7.0 Nougat OS and Firefox browser. In addition, the April security patch will be installed on the smartphone as well...

Picture from Deal: Sony Xperia XZ is on sale for just $339.99 (32% off) on eBay Deal: Sony Xperia XZ is on sale for just $339.99 (32% off) on eBay
Usually, the Xperia XZ is selling for around $500 outright, but you can get one today for just $339.99 on eBay. Keep in mind though that the seller offers the unlocked international version of the smartphone, which means it will not work on CDMA networks in the United States...

Picture from Future Xperia XZ Premium, XA1, XA1 Ultra versions to let you use two SIMs, microSD card simultaneously Future Xperia XZ Premium, XA1, XA1 Ultra versions to let you use two SIMs, microSD card simultaneously
The French branch of Sony spilled the beans that the Xperia XZ Premium will be getting a proper dual-SIM version, and so will the Xperia XA1 and the Xperia XA1 Ultra...

Picture from iPhone SE takes top spot in large US customer satisfaction survey, indicating demand for compact phones iPhone SE takes top spot in large US customer satisfaction survey, indicating demand for compact phones
It looks like there's still a lot of smartphone users who prefer one-handed use over large screens, as the compact iPhone SE ousted all other smartphones in the annual American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) survey...

Picture of LG X venture LG X venture
The LG X venture is built around a metal frame, offering what AT&T calls a "non-slip design". The new LG phone is IP68-certified for dust- and water-resistance, so it should be able to survive under water up to 1.5 meters for 30 minutes. Furthermore, the handset complies with the MIL-STD 810G standard, thus being shock-resistant. Running Android Nougat, the X venture sports a 5.2-inch Full HD display. Other features of the LG X venture include a 16 MP rear camera with flash, a 5 MP selfie camera, and 32 GB of internal memory. You're also getting a 4,100 mAh battery, a Snapdragon 435 processor, and 2 GB of RAM.

Picture of Meizu M5c Meizu M5c
The Meizu M5c is a phone made for the global market with support for 4G LTE band 20, crucial for proper coverage in Europe. It's a plastic phone, but one with beautiful colors and likeable design. In terms of specs, the Meizu M5c is quite a basic phone: it's got a 5" 720p HD display that is fully laminated, it features a Dual SIM card slot, an 8MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, a 3,000 mAh battery and 2GB of RAM with 16 gigs of internal storage. It is also the first global Meizu phone to support the company's latest Flyme 6 custom interface.

Picture of Videocon Q1 Videocon Q1
The Videocon Q1 is a lower mid-range device with Android 5.0. It features a 5" 1080 x 1920 px display, 1.5 GHz octa core CPU, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, microSD slot, 13 MP rear camera and a 13 MP front one for video calls. The phone has 2 SIM card slots.

Picture of LG Stylo 3 Plus LG Stylo 3 Plus
Running Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, the LG Stylo 3 Plus replaces the Stylo 2 Plus that T-Mobile launched in 2016. The new handset obviously features a stylus pen, and brings various improvements that make it better than its predecessor. The Stylo 3 Plus is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 435 processor clocked at 1.4 GHz, further offering a fingerprint scanner, a 13 MP rear camera, 5 MP front-facing camera, 2 GB of RAM, and a 3080 mAh battery.

Picture of Videocon Krypton 22 Videocon Krypton 22
The Videocon Krypton 22 is a lower mid-tier device with Android 7.0. It features a 5" 480 x 854 px display, 1.1 GHz quad core CPU, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, microSD slot, 8 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front one for video calls. The device also features dual SIM card support.

Picture of Videocon Delite 11+ Videocon Delite 11+
Specs-wise, the Videocon Delite 11+ is a rather modest offering. The handset sports a 5-inch display with 480 x 854 pixels, further featuring a 2 MP front-facing camera, 5 MP rear camera, quad-core MediaTek processor clocked at 1.0 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of expandable internal memory.

Picture of Karbonn Aura Power 4G Karbonn Aura Power 4G
Specs-wise, the Karbonn Aura Power 4G is a rather modest offering. The handset sports a 5-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels, further featuring a 2 MP front-facing camera, 5 MP rear camera, quad-core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of expandable internal memory.

Picture of Karbonn Alfa A91 Champ Karbonn Alfa A91 Champ
The Karbonn Alfa A91 Champ is a basic smartphone with Android 5.1. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 4" 480 x 800 px display, 1.2 GHz quad core processor, and 2 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.

Picture of Karbonn A7 Turbo Karbonn A7 Turbo
The Karbonn A7 Turbo is a basic smartphone with Android 6.0. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 4.5" 480 x 854 px display, 1.2 GHz quad core processor, and 2 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is also on board.

Picture of Karbonn Alfa A18 Karbonn Alfa A18
The Karbonn Alfa A18 is a basic smartphone with Android 6.0. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 4" 480 x 800 px display, 1.2 GHz quad core processor, and 2 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.

Motorola Moto E4 Plus
The Moto E4 Plus comes with a massive 5,000 mAh battery inside and it looks like the smartphone will feature the same 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTGek MT6737M processor that the regular Moto E4 smartphone is said to pack. However, the Plus model has a slightly better 13-megapixel rear-facing camera. Also, the Moto E4 Plus includes 3GB of RAM, along with 16GB expandable storage.

Picture of Micromax Vdeo 5 Micromax Vdeo 5
The Micromax Vdeo 5 comes with a 5.5-inch 720p display, 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage and an 8-megapixel camera.

Picture of Motorola Moto Z2 Force Motorola Moto Z2 Force
Expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, the Moto Z2 Force allegedly sports a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, and largely resembles the Z Force from 2016. However, the presence of a 3.5mm headset jack, plus the redesigned fingerprint sensor and dual rear camera, do stand out as noticeable differences.

Picture of Micromax Spark Vdeo Micromax Spark Vdeo
The Micromax Spark Vdeo sports a 4.5-inch display, 1.1 GHz quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage and a 5-megapixel camera.

Picture of HTC U11 HTC U11
This is a phone meant to be squeezed... literally. One of the HTC U11's stand-out features is that it can detect when it is being squeezed, and the action can trigger an array of functions - launching the flashlight or taking a photo, for instance. That aside, the HTC U11 follows in the footsteps of previous HTC U phones, sporting a glass back with eye-catching, highly reflective iridescent paintjob. Specs are top-notch, as the case with any high-end Android smartphone should be. And if you're willing to pay the hefty $650 to own one, you'll get a pair of nifty noise-cancellation earphones in the box.

Picture of Micromax Canvas Evok Note Micromax Canvas Evok Note
The Micromax Canvas Evok Note comes with a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 1.3 GHz octa-core processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, a 13-megapixel main shooter and an additional 5-megapixel selfie unit on the front.

Picture of Motorola Moto C Motorola Moto C
The Moto C runs Android 7 Nougat, and sports 5-inch display with 854 x 480 pixels resolution. The device is powered by quad-core MediaTek processor, and features LTE connectivity. The Moto C also offers 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of expandable internal memory, and a 2350 mAh battery. As for cameras, the handset has a 5 MP rear one, and a 2 MP front-facing one, both with LED flashes.

Picture of Micromax Bharat 2 Micromax Bharat 2
The Micromax Bharat 2 spots a 4-inch display, 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 512 MB of RAM , 4 GB of storage and a 2-megapixel camera.

Picture of Karbonn Aura 4G Karbonn Aura 4G
Specs-wise, the Karbonn Aura 4G is a rather modest offering. The handset sports a 5-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels, further featuring a 5 MP front-facing camera, 8 MP rear camera, quad-core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of expandable internal memory.

Picture of Motorola Moto C Plus Motorola Moto C Plus
The Moto C Plus runs Android 7 Nougat, and sports a 5-inch display with 720p resolution. The device is powered by quad-core MediaTek processor, and features LTE connectivity. The Moto C Plus also offers 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of expandable internal memory, and a whooping 4000 mAh battery. As for cameras, the handset has an 8 MP rear one, and a 2 MP front-facing one.

Picture of Huawei Y3 2017 Huawei Y3 2017
The Huawei Y3 2017 comes with a 5-inch display, 1.1 GHz quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage and an 8-megapixel camera with flash.

Picture of Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017)
The Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) comes with a 5-inch display carrying a 720 x 1280 HD resolution. The Exynos 7 Quad 7570 chipset is under the hood, featuring a quad-core 1.4GHz CPU and the Mali-T720 GPU. 1.5GB of RAM is inside along with 16GB of expandable internal storage. A 5MP camera graces the back of the handset, and a 2MP selfie shooter can be found on the front of the unit. Keeping the lights on is a 2600mAh battery, and Android 7.0 is pre-installed.

Picture of Samsung Z4 Samsung Z4
The Z4 is an entry-level smartphone for first-time users, which explains the ho-hum design and spec sheet. It's a device meant to demonstrate the essential mobile experience at the lowest agreeable cost. Thus, the Z4 gets a 4.5-inch, 480 x 800 resolution display, a quad-core chip, and 1GB of RAM. Not particularly impressive, but apparently enough to handle LTE Cat. 4 data speeds. In addition, there are 5MP cameras with LED flash modules on the front and back, and the phone is powered by a 2050mAh battery.

Picture of Alcatel A30 Alcatel A30
With LTE connectivity on board, the Alcatel A30 Tablet will be one of T-Mobile's cheapest large devices to provide access to the carrier's 4G network. The tablet offers somewhat decent specs for its price - including 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of expandable storage space, and a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor clocked at 1.1 GHz. The slate also comes with two 5 MP cameras (front and rear), and a 4060 mAh battery.

Picture of ZTE Blade X Max ZTE Blade X Max
The Blade X Max sports a huge, 6-inch full HD display, which, combined with its 3,400 mAh battery and low-power Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 SoC, promises a considerable battery life, which ZTE claims can reach up to 17.7 hours of talk time and a whopping 241 hours in standby mode. The device also sports 2 GB of RAM, as well as 32 GB of internal storage, though the latter can be expanded via SD card.

Motorola Moto Z2 Play
The Moto Z2 Play will feature 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory - a nice bump from the 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory of the old model. The new handset will further come with a mid-range Snapdragon 626 processor, a 5 MP front-facing camera, and a 12 MP rear camera with dual pixel autofocus (and increased image quality). The device will likely run near stock Android 7.1 Nougat.

Picture of BLU R1 Plus BLU R1 Plus
The BLU R1 Plus is powered by a 64-bit, quad-core MediaTek MTK6737 processor, further featuring 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal memory, and microSD card support. Also on board are dual SIM support, a 5 MP front-facing camera, and a 13 MP rear camera (both cameras have LED flashes). Sadly, the phone runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, instead of the newer and better Android 7 Nougat.

Picture of Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime
Besides Android 7 Nougat, the Galaxy J3 Prime features a 5-inch display with 720 x 1280 pixels, a quad-core Qualcomm processor (Snapdragon 425), 1.5 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of expandable storage space. You're also getting a 2 MP front-facing camera, a 5 MP rear camera, and a 2600 mAh battery.

Picture of OnePlus 5 OnePlus 5
The OnePlus 5 - the company's 2017-edition "flagship killer" - is expected to follow in the footsteps of previous OnePlus high-ends. Rumor has it that the phone will stick to the concept of offering top-notch specs, appealing design, and lightweight software, all while costing considerably less than other smartphone makers' flagships. Rumored features include a 5.5-inch display, metal build, and a Snapdragon 835 chip, as well as plentiful amounts of memory and battery capacity. But the most notable upgrade over last year's OnePlus 3T could be the move to a dual camera at the back. There's no word on what advantages this dual camera could bring, but we should know soon enough. The OnePlus 5 is expected to lauch in the very near future.

Picture of ZTE Max XL ZTE Max XL
The ZTE Max XL features a 6-inch 1080p-resolution screen and is powered by the Snapdragon 435 chipset with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage. There's a 13MP main camera and 5MP front camera, along with a 3390mAh battery. The ZTE Max XL runs Android Nougat.

Picture from Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra Review Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra Review
Once again, Sony has unleashed a monster upon the world, this time around called the Xperia XA1 Ultra. It’s the bigger sibling to the XA1, packing most of the same hardware in a larger form factor, with a couple of improvements.

Picture from Sony Xperia XZ Premium Review Sony Xperia XZ Premium Review
With the XZ Premium, Sony promises unparalleled experience thanks to its revolutionary camera tech, excellent 5.5-inch 4K display and Qualcomm's latest silicon – the Snapdragon 835. Let's see if it delivers.

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On paper, the Xperia XA1 that we are taking for a spin is a fine upgrade over its XA predecessor, with a better camera, faster chipset, USB-C and more memory.

Picture from Huawei P10 Lite Review Huawei P10 Lite Review
This year, Huawei is aiming to entice budget-conscious consumers with the P10 Lite. To do that, the China-based manufacturer has chosen to equip the P10 Lite with a mid-range processor and a single 12MP shooter at the back, thus slashing the price to around $350...

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8 vs OnePlus 3T Samsung Galaxy S8 vs OnePlus 3T
Can a $440 phone from 2016 beat the nearly twice as expensive Galaxy S8? Despite lacking an ‘infinity display’, the OnePlus 3T brings a lot to the table…

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs Galaxy Note 5 Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs Galaxy Note 5
We have to ask — how does the 18-month-old Note 5 fare against the brand-new, futuristic-looking Galaxy S8+?

Picture from Samsung DeX review: the S8 won't replace your desktop PC Samsung DeX review: the S8 won't replace your desktop PC
The premise is simple: the Samsung DeX Station is a relatively small, puck-shaped piece of plastic, which, when opened up, becomes a dock for the Galaxy S8 or S8+. This dock can be hooked up to a monitor, mouse, and keyboard, in order to ultimately become one of the most full-featured desktop experiences a smartphone can currently offer.

Picture from Sony Xperia XZs Review Sony Xperia XZs Review
The Xperia XZs uses almost exactly the same body design, and almost the same internals with some small, but significant differences from the XZ. Let's see what they are.

Picture from BlackBerry KEYone Review BlackBerry KEYone Review
The KEYone is just so different from every other smartphone out there on the market that it takes a little while to appreciate all that it has to offer. Let's examine it closely!

Picture from Motorola Moto G5 Review Motorola Moto G5 Review
The Moto G5 is a much different phone than the Moto G5 Plus: it makes a lot more compromises and is not officially sold in the United States…

Picture from Samsung Gear VR with Controller Review Samsung Gear VR with Controller Review
Does Samsung's new Controller fit in well with its established Gear VR ecosystem, or does this feel more like a case of shamelessly copying Google? Let's check out Samsung's new Gear VR with Controller.

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8 vs LG G6 Samsung Galaxy S8 vs LG G6
2017 will likely go down in smartphone history as the year when the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6 seriously disturbed the waters with their arrival, marking a paradigm shift for smartphone design. They are flashy, they look cool, they have top-end internals, and they reside in one and the same segment. Thus, a clash between those two South Korean entrants is inevitable. Which one will end up on top, waving the flag of victory? Let's try to find out!

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Google Pixel Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Google Pixel
Samsung’s futuristic full-screen Galaxy S8 sets a new design standard for phones, but can it beat the smooth performance and camera excellence of the Pixel?

Picture from Samsung Gear 360 (2017) Review Samsung Gear 360 (2017) Review
Samsung's back to the drawing board with a new Gear 360. Is this revised camera a step in the right direction? Has Samsung fixed some of the issues we had with the first-gen Gear 360?

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs S7 Edge Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs S7 Edge
It does not take much to understand what makes the Galaxy S8+ special. The moment you see that nearly bezel-less screen, your most likely reaction will be a simple ‘wow!’…

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Galaxy S7 Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Galaxy S7
You can see the progress in the Galaxy S8 without even using it: it’s got that lush new bezel-less screen. But what about the performance, the camera and battery life?…

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Apple iPhone 7 Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Apple iPhone 7
Apple's iPhone 7 goes against the Galaxy S8, in a battle of the 12 MP cameras and snazzy chipsets...

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus
We pit the best of the best in phablet fashion from the world's top phone makers – the 6.2” Galaxy S8+, against the 5.5” iPhone 7 Plus.

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8+ Review Samsung Galaxy S8+ Review
The next Galaxy S family comes in two sizes: the standard-sized Galaxy S8, and the super-sized Galaxy S8+. The difference in screen and battery size is the only thing that separates the two. And if you've been eyeing the big one, it's your lucky day: welcome to our Samsung Galaxy S8+ review!

Picture from Samsung Galaxy S8 Review Samsung Galaxy S8 Review
After a tough couple of years, Samsung is determined to launch a new flagship product that would reestablish its position as an undisputed leader on the Android market. This product is the Galaxy S8...

Picture from Honor 8 Pro Review Honor 8 Pro Review
We examine the 5.7” Honor 8 Pro, as it is one of the best value high-end phablets you can get, with dual camera, 14nm Kirin chipset, huge battery and fast charging.

Picture from Moto G5 Plus Review Moto G5 Plus Review
Sales of the Moto G5 Plus are now open in the US, and we've been spending the past couple weeks taking an early look at the handset. Is this affordable smartphone one you'll want to pick up?...

Picture from HTC U Play Review HTC U Play Review
After reviewing the grand HTC U Ultra, PhoneArena is taking the 5.2” U Play for a spin to gauge whether the midrange processor and high-res cameras offer a good balance for the price.

Picture from LG G6 vs LG G5 LG G6 vs LG G5
The new and much-refined LG G6 skips on modules entirely, instead focusing on bringing practical improvements, so we pit it against its predecessor - the G5.

Picture from Lenovo P2 Review Lenovo P2 Review
If you are in store for a big phone with a great battery life and a very affordable price, the Lenovo P2 will inevitably show up as an option…

Picture from HTC U Ultra Review HTC U Ultra Review
With high-end specs, a big 5.7-inch screen, and a seriously flagship-level price tag, is the U Ultra a fitting replacement for the HTC 10, or will HTC fans want to keep waiting for a possibly more petite handset?

Picture from Snapchat Spectacles Review Snapchat Spectacles Review
The funky sunglasses with a built-in camera and direct connection to Snapchat have gained a surprising amount of attention since their announcement last September. Here are our thoughts after rocking Snap Inc.’s first piece of hardware for a little over a week.

Picture from LG G6 vs LG V20 LG G6 vs LG V20
That’s a tough question for us to answer, even though we’ve had plenty of hands-on time with both devices...

Picture from Huawei P10 Review Huawei P10 Review
At first sight, the P10 is a meaningful albeit not drastic evolution of the P9 – it retains the overall design with just a couple of minor but important changes, has beefed up specs and improved camera. Sounds like quite the winning list of enhancements on paper, but let's not put the cart ahead of the horse and explore Huawei's new flagship up close and personal...

Picture from Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) Review Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) Review
The new A3 (2017) is a 4.7-inch phone with a Super AMOLED display and a look nearly identical to that of the Galaxy S7 with the same stylish glass and metal construction…