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During these uncertain times where businesses are strategizing ways to survive, Apple released its most affordable smartphone to help you get work done with few compromises. With Touch ID, the new iPhone SE is also perfect for those wearing face coverings at their essential businesses.
OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren review: $900 flagship excels in nearly every area, including 5G with T-Mobile
OnePlus has been pushing traditional smartphone makers for years and with the new OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren device it becomes one of the first to support T-Mobile's nationwide 5G network. It is an extremely capable device that is sure to please early adopters with cool McLaren orange highlights in the hardware and software.
One man's heaven is another man's hell. ZDNet contributors Matt Miller and Jason Perlow both follow the mobile industry, yet draw vastly different conclusions about the smartphone market. Is this a great time for buyers - or what?
If you are tired of paying hundreds or even more than a thousand for a smartphone, Coolpad offers an attractive option in the Coolpad Legacy. It's been a rock over the past month, and I'm convinced most people would be perfectly satisfied with this $130 phone.
BlackBerry Mobile continues to roll out phones with QWERTY keyboards. The KEY2 LE is more affordable than the KEY2 while making minor changes that don't compromise productivity.
In a world of massive smartphones, there are still a few that comfortably fit in your hand and pocket. The Google Pixel 3 is the best small Android smartphone, but it's not quite perfect.
With more and more smartphone use, there is a need for external speakers that provide audio output and speakerphone functionality. In addition, you can use it to charge up your smartphone.
I always enjoy chatting with other smartphone enthusiasts and had the pleasure to chat with Steve and Tim this week on Phones Show Chat #141.
Samsung is a force in the smartphone world and just ousted Nokia for the global cellphone lead, which Nokia has led since 1998.