Back at CES 2021, TCL first introduced their 20 Series phones with the 20 5G & 20 SE. Now they’re growing the lineup with three more phones, the 20 Pro 5G, 20L+ and 20L.
Following their announcement in March, Samsung has officially announced that the Galaxy A52 5G and Galaxy A32 5G will be launching in Canada later this month.
After weeks of rumours, LG has officially confirmed that it’s exiting the smartphone business.
Following a few teases, OnePlus has officially unveiled their latest flagship smartphones with their OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9.
One of the “world’s bestselling Android smartphones” last year was Samsung’s Galaxy A51. Now the company is back with its successors, the Galaxy A52 5G and A52 alongside the new A72.
Asus has announced its latest gaming phones with the ROG Phone 5 series.
After numerous leaks, Samsung has officially unveiled its Galaxy S21 family of phones.
With 2020 slowly wrapping up, the leaks for 2021’s smartphones are starting to pick up and first up is the S21 series.
With smartphones getting more expensive, there becomes less of a reason to upgrade your phone every 1-2 years. But in recent years, we’ve seen the rise of more affordable smartphones like the iPhone SE or the new Pixel 4a.
Following suit, OnePlus has unveiled its T series model for this year with the OnePlus 8T.