Honor has held its first UK in-person event since 2019 to celebrate the launch of a range of premium products, which demonstrate its intention to reclaim lost ground during its absence.
Realme is to add two more models to its Realme 9 series range; the Realme 9 and Realme 9 5G. It will also bring a new tablet in the form of the Realme Pad Mini.
Poco has launched a powerful new flagship, the Poco F4 GT with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, 120W fast-charging, and sophisticated LiquidCool technology.
Realme’s forthcoming GT Neo 3 will come with its incredible 150W charging tech, that will get the phone from 0-50% in just five minutes.
EE has successfully tested 7CA (seven carrier aggregation) using 4G and 5G to bring blisteringly fast data speeds to customers in the coming months.
Two budget phones from Realme have gone on sale today, with the sub-£150 Realme C35 still managing to sport a 50-megapixel primary camera, Full HD display, and high capacity battery.
Three more devices have been added to the Redmi family, and details of UK pricing and availability will be revealed on April 7th.
OnePlus has finally released its flagship OnePlus 10 Pro in the UK, with pricing ranging from £799 to £899.
OnePlus’ new flagship handset will go on sale globally March 31st, and it promises to be out-of-this-world.
Xiaomi held an event in London today to launch its new flagship Xiaomi 12 series devices for the UK, including some special deals for early birds.
Nothing has today announced the Nothing phone (1), but details are very light on the ground as it feels like a concept phone awaiting investment to take the project forward.
Realme launched its new 150W fast-charging smartphone in China today. The Realme GT Neo 3 will also come with a 80W variant with a larger battery.
Earlier this month at MWC, Realme announced its first phone with 150W wired-charging was coming – and now the company has released more images of the upcoming Realme GT Neo 3.
The race is on to get those Snapdragon 8 gen 1 devices into the
MWC isn’t just about product launches. Far from it, it’s about innovation and showing what the future holds for the industry.
Honor hasn’t been back in the game that long, but it has now shown off its latest collection of products at Mobile World Congress, which includes a very exciting new smartphone with impressive camera tech.
OnePlus has just posted on its forum about its achievements in 2021, and updates from 2022.
These two new handsets will be extremely good value, with pricing starting at just €179 for early birds.