Motorola’s $399 One Fusion+ lands in North America tomorrow

Motorola is bringing its One Fusion+ to North America tomorrow. The $399 phone was previously only available in India and Latin America, and the company hadn’t announced plans to introduce it elsewhere.A few things make the One Fusion+ standout. Not...

The Google Pixel 4a vs. the competition: The midrange heats up

For years most of our attention has been focused on flagship handsets from companies like Apple, Google and Samsung. But since last year’s release of the excellent Pixel 3a, midrange devices have gotten a lot more interesting. Today Google finally an...

ASUS ROG Phone 3 preview: An upgraded gaming phone that feels familiar

COVID-19 may have canceled Computex this year, but there’s no stopping ASUS from delivering its annual upgrade to mobile gamers. Following the accessory-laden ROG Phone II, today the Taiwanese giant finally unveiled its first 5G phone, the ROG Phone...

Was the Motorola Razr worth reviving?

A few weeks ago we asked you to review Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip, one of the few foldable smartphones on the market. Now we want to know if any of you early adopters opted for the Motorola Razr instead — it’s an updated version of the much loved V3 fro...

Samsung and SK Telecom reveal world’s first smartphone with quantum security tech

Samsung and SK Telecom have just unveiled the world’s first 5G smartphone with a Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG). Called the Galaxy A Quantum, the device (which is essentially a rebranded Galaxy A71 5G) offers some pretty decent smartphone fea...