Battery maker Energizer re-entered the smartphone world with its Energy E550LTE, which might live up to its name with its 4,000mAh battery. The phone will be available for purchase sometime this summer.
AT&T announced new unlimited data plans -- Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Choice -- to combat offerings from Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Unlimited Choice starts at just $60 a month, but comes with significant restrictions.
The newest additions to ZTE's Blade series are the Blade V8 Mini and the Blade V8 Lite. The two smartphones offer more options to the Blade V8 series, which includes the V8 Pro. The Mini and Lite will not be available in the U.S.
Sony's back with its Xperia lineup, and if you were expecting an al- new design, you may be disappointed. The differences from last year's lineup are largely internal, though the four smartphones have some unique features.
Alcatel's retiring its Pop and Pixi lineup of smartphones for a new moniker: The A and U series. The company announced three new smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and they're all unsurprisingly aimed at the budget market.
Mobile World Congress 2017 has kicked off in Barcelona, Spain. Today was press day, with all the major companies attending launching their new products, so here's the news from LG, Huawei, Samsung, and more.
If you're looking for a truly portable phone charger, then you need to check out the Kado Wallet. This credit card-sized charger folds out to plug into an outlet and has a built-in cable, but is slim enough to fit in your wallet.
At Mobile World Congres in Barcelona, Samsung and Facebook's Oculus division announced the Gear VR controller, a virtual reality gamepad. It ships with a slightly improved version of Samsung's Gear VR headset.
Motorola's Moto Mods are one of the Moto Z's best attributes. And Motorola committed to them in a major way at Mobile World Congress. Future mods could include a wireless charger, a gamepad, and a Polaroid-like photo printer.