Even with a number of well specced and priced mid-range phones available locally at the moment, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro stands out.
Apple’s iPhone 12 series of devices are the best, when it comes to internet speeds that is.
At R5 499, our first impression of the Redmi Note 10 Pro from Xiaomi, is a great value for money phone that could shake things up.
The latest entry-level device from Samsung is now available in SA, with the Galaxy A22 starting from R3 999 (RRP).
The likes of Asus, Honor, Vivo and Xiaomi are expected to feature the new Snapdragon 888 Plus 5G in flagship phones later this year.
While the exact release date for iOS 15 is unknown, Apple has listed which iPhones will get support for the latest operating system.
Announced globally in April, now the entry-level Nokia C10 and Nokia C20 are landing in South Africa for R1 499 and R1 699 respectively.
The new HyperCharge system from Xiaomi can reportedly charge a 4 000mAh battery in eight minutes when plugged in and 15 minutes wirelessly.
At R900, the ZTE Blade A3 2020 gives you quite a bit bang for your buck. Is that enough to get the job done by modern smartphone standards?
MediaTek has expanded its range of 5G smartphone silicon by introducing the new Dimensity 900, designed with higher end phones in mind.
The Oppo A74 5G is now available in South Africa, boasting a 5 000mAh battery and retailing for R7 499 from Vodacom or MTN stores locally.
Capable of doing everything well, Oppo’s Reno5 5G is one of the best Android options for those scared off of flagship price tags.
Samsung has unveiled a trio of new affordable Galaxy A-series smartphones.
The entry-level Blade A3 2020 is the first new device that ZTE has brought to SA as part of its local relaunch, carrying an R899 price tag.
Facebook says Instagram Lite will be available to download from the Google Play Store in the coming days, adding support for Reels too.
Revealed yesterday, Xiaomi has debuted four different models for the Redmi Note 10, all of which with varying levels of specification.
Crosscall eyes major expansion in Africa and appoints local disti Kemtek to help it reach more customers.
MediaTek’s HyperEngine Gaming Technology brings a number of performance improvements to its chips that will reportedly benefit mobile gamers.