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HTC teases squeezable smartphone ahead of May unveiling

HTC has sent out press invitations for an event next month in which it appears as though the company will showcase a squeezable smartphone. An image accompanying the invitation carries the tagline, “Squeeze for the Brilliant U” along with a…

HTC U Ultra Review: What went wrong?

The HTC U Ultra is a massive handset. It has a 5.7-inch display as well as a secondary display and capacitive navigation buttons. When combined with large bezels and a huge chin, the U Ultra can be an unwieldy device. But that's not all, something with HTC's latest flagship has really gone wrong.

This is the new Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung's new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are official. Easily one of the most anticipated tech launches of the year, the Galaxy S8 is meant to lead the Android pack and innovate ahead of the next-generation tenth-anniversary iPhone coming in…

The Moto G5 arrives with expected budget pricing, good reviews

For as little as $229, you can get Motorola's latest Moto G5. Lenovo continues to deliver great phones without spending the big bucks and with no carrier commitments. With a large display and an aluminum backplate the G5 feels refined for the price, powered by 2GB or 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB NAND flash, both variations run the same Snapdragon 625 SoC, and the most interesting feature for some, pure Android 7.

HTC's latest phone, the U Ultra is getting mixed to positive reviews

The HTC U Ultra is the company's latest flagship, with a unique liquid-metal finish and a range of eye-catching finishes, the U Ultra is an attractive big phone. Packing well-rounded, powerful hardware and interesting features like a secondary notification panel and 24-bit audio (sans headphone jack), this phablet may be worthy of your consideration, though most reviewers are not keen about its premium pricing.