After numerous delays and leaks, Google’s Pixel 4a has finally arrived.
For the better part of the last decade, Samsung has been dominating the smartphone market with it’s Galaxy S lineup of phones. For 2020 (and to coincide with the 10th anniversary of Galaxy phones), Samsung decided to make some small changes including the name structure with the Galaxy S20 series.
It’s been a couple of months since Samsung introduced its Galaxy Z Flip. Now they’re introducing a 5G version of their foldable.
Two years have passed since Asus introduced their first ROG Phone. Today, they’re announcing the third iteration of their gaming phone with the ROG Phone 3.
After being teased for weeks, OnePlus has officially announced the OnePlus Nord phone and OnePlus Buds.
LG Canada has revealed when their latest phone, the Velvet 5G will be coming to Canada.
One of Huawei’s latest flagship Android smartphone, the P40 Pro has officially launched in Canada.
Since the launch of its “flagship killer” in 2014, OnePlus has been an interesting company to watch as they’ve gone from being an enthusiast brand to slowly becoming just another Android smartphone maker.
For the last couple of years, OnePlus has been releasing more than one phone per year and this year is no different, with the launch of the OnePlus 8 series.