At the end of last year, Motorola launched its first folding phone – a reboot of the iconic Razr. It lacked 5G and had a few reliability issues, but Motorola has now made some changes and released the Razr 5G.
Samsung has launched a barrage of new devices, including the long-awaited Note 20 series, the next-generation Fold 2, two tablets, two watches, and all-new earbuds.
Amongst a series of announcements from Huawei in Barcelona this morning, the Mate Xs was perhaps the most exciting. I’ll be covering the other new announcements later (there’s a new laptop and tablet, plus fast wireless routers with and without 5G) , but for now I was able to get… [Click for more]
Having already shown an advert at the Super Bowl, the Galaxy Z Flip didn’t turn out to have many surprises at today’s launch event. At £1300 SIM-free, and on sale this Friday (Valentine’s Day no less), it is definitely throwing the cat amongst the pigeons. Perhaps not as nice looking… [Click for more]
You can now order your very own Motorola Razr. The pricing isn’t cheap, but this phone is still incredibly desirable even with Samsung biting its heels with the Galaxy Z Flip.
Yesterday I got a chance to have a play with the Motorola Razr built for a new generation, featuring an exceptional folding display. With pricing rumoured to be upwards of £70 £99 per month on a 24-month contract when it goes on sale exclusively with EE in the new year,… [Click for more]
Following my earlier report on Huawei’s impressive new Mate X, Huawei supplied me with official photos that I thought it only fair to share below. Enjoy!
Huawei Mate X: A phone that shows foldable phones may have a future after all [Updated: I held one!]
Samsung’s Galaxy Fold may have captured the media attention for a few days, but Huawei has thrown the cat amongst the pigeons with the Mate X. The Mate X is the fastest foldable 5G phone, which also has its screen folding the opposite way in comparison to the Galaxy Fold…. [Click for more]