The new Galaxy S9 smartphones may not be exciting, but some exclusive enterprise features do make them stand out among other Android rivals.
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The new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL offer a perfect showcase for Android Oreo and the Google Assistant — and for businesses, the peace of mind that comes with prompt OS updates.
BlackBerry's new Android, the KEYone, comes complete with a real keyboard and is strictly for business. According to our reviewer, it's also not bad at all.
Enterprise features stand out on the excellent Samsung Galaxy S8 flagship line, but the touted Bixby virtual assistant doesn’t come close to delivering.
The new Moto G5 Plus may not set any speed records, but it's a solid, useful Android phone with no bloat and a pleasingly low price.
Huawei's latest phones -- the Mate 9 and the Honor 6X -- aren't flagship-level, but offer a lot of good tech for less money.
LeEco's Le Pro3 Android smartphone has high-end hardware and a low price -- sounds like a great deal, right? But it may not be a deal you’ll want to make.
Google makes it as easy as it can to put the world’s knowledge at your fingertips on every screen you touch. With Google Home, it’s trying to extend that reach to casual conversation.
Besides the usual high-end components, LG’s new V20 offers great audio, lots of photo options, a second screen, a replaceable battery and Android Nougat.
Google’s new flagship phones, the Pixel X and XL, offer fast performance and the latest hardware. But do they meet expectations?
Samsung's new Galaxy Note7 Android smartphone offers a superb display, well-thought-out design, a fine stylus and strong security features -- for a price.
Motorola's latest high-end Android smartphones, the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, are well-designed and innovative.
The OnePlus 3 offers the performance and features of a high-end Android phone for the price of a midrange device.
HTC's new Android smartphone, the HTC 10, offers a fine design, great performance, a good camera and impressive audio. But is it worth the $699 price?
HTC's latest Android smartphone, the HTC 10, could be a real contender: It features a high-end feel and high-quality audio. Here is a first look; we will follow up with a full review.