2018 was an interesting year for smartphones with the traditionally big names being challenged by rising stars from Chinese manufacturers. But which devices won your hearts over the course of the year? We asked, and you answered! Read on to find out the results.
While many manufacturers are yet to deliver Android 9 Pie even to their latest devices, OnePlus is one step ahead in the game. They are now offering an open beta software based on Android 9 for their OnePlus 5 and 5T smartphones, which has a lot of exciting features.
OnePlus has presented the McLaren Edition of its 6T. It not only looks like the brand's Formula 1 racing cars, but also has more speed to offer under the hood. Here are the full details from the official launch.
The OnePlus 6T was a popular smartphone in our editorial office and its in-display fingerprint sensor was one of the highlights. Now, a software engineer at OnePlus has revealed how the sensor learns over time to get better and better, so how does it do it?
In 2019, the new 5G mobile communications standard will be launched, including on smartphones. But if you want to be there right from the start, you'll have to pay a hefty price, and in two ways at once.
Virtual reality extends over a wide range of application fields, but the most popular with the general public is undoubtedly the console dedicated to games and multimedia playback. How is the market doing and, above all, who is in control?
Just before the end of the year, Qualcomm introduces its new processor, and it's got it all! The Snapdragon 855 will leave Appe and Huawei's competition miles behind. The first hardware partners are already waiting in line.