OnePlus owners looking to upgrade to the latest and greatest version of Android must make a choice between the two operating systems.
US$100 phones used to be awful. The original Xiaomi Redmi changed that when it appeared in 2013. But can the new Redmi 2 still compete in 2015?
I’m upgrading it from "no-no" to "so-so." Many issues persist, but it’s hard to expect better for the money.
Xiaomi's Mi4 and the Mi Note are like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The looks and specs are very similar; the main difference is the size.
I hate running. But having a virtual coach tracking my metrics and giving me real-time updates has, somehow, made the process quite a bit more enjoyable.
The N3's outlandish looks and oddball features make this lesser-known brand sparkle in the eyes of those looking for something different, alternative, and weird
The phone has very decent hardware, but we’re pretty mixed when it comes to its ‘Amigo’ Android skin.
If a thin, capable smartphone with excellent build quality outweighs the details sacrificed to make it so, then the R5 is for you.
If a cheap phablet with 4G is what you want, and you buy it knowing it could bite the dust in a year or less, then the Xiaomi Note 4G is right up your alley.
The now-patented Sound Array is the core technology behind the ARCHT One, responsible for the thumping bass that can be heard from anywhere in the room.
Equipped with an octa-core MediaTek processor, the Himax Polymer is one of the most solid phones you’ll get for under US$200.
Wearing the InWatch Z smartwatch is like owning a chinchilla – kinda neat, but ultimately a poor decision (REVIEW)
If you're just looking to add some novelty and a conversation starter (Chinchilla owners) to your wardrobe, then the InWatch isn't the worst choice out there.
Arriving first in India, this is the first installment of Google’s promise to offer a stock Android experience at an affordable price.
Unless there’s a specific feature or third-party app that you just can’t part with on the Fitbit and Jawbone, there's no reason not to buy the Mi Band.
The most fierce and fascinating tech battle going on in China right now is for US$300 smartphones - the new Meizu MX4 is the latest cheap challenger.
The Xiaomi Mi4 is undoubtedly a bombshell in the $300 smartphone war, though it doesn't get full marks from us. Check out the full review.
This tiny palm-sized device lets you know when your mom is calling, and also will let you play your iTunes music. Too loaded? We think so.