Following confirmation last week that both brands would work on “closer integrating”, it now looks like Oppo will fall under the OnePlus banner.
Global account director and country manager for Alcatel Southern Africa, Ernst Wittmann shares his thoughts on what the next decade may hold for smartphones.
The newly announced repair service from Samsung is said to be a first in South Africa, but has a few requirements.
The likes of Oppo and Xiaomi will be featuring the new Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset in its latest mid-range smartphones, Qualcomm confirms.
At its Global Analyst Summit today, Huawei explained its plan to bring HarmonyOS to more devices in 2021, targeting 100 million devices.
LG says the G series, V series, VELVET and Wing handsets will receive three OS updates while the LG Stylo and K series of handsets will only receive two OS updates.
Worried about your LG phone now that it’s closing down its mobile business? We get some local insight into what the rest of the year holds.
Locally produced Mara Phones will be given preference over other smartphones in the RT15-2021 Traversal Contract.
LG will shift its focus to electric vehicle components, B2B solutions and artificial intelligence among many others.
Initially a mystery following last year’s Huawei Mate 40 series event, we now know how much the devices will cost when they land in April.
Oppo has overtaken Huawei as the top smartphone maker in China, according to a research report from Counterpoint, with Vivo claiming second spot.
Samsung confirms that its mobile devices released from 2019 onwards will get a minimum of four years worth of security updates.
The Mi Charge solution from Xiaomi could prove a game changer for smartphone wireless charging, but it’s unclear when it will hit the market.
Now that it is operating sans Huawei, Honor has debuted a new phone and begun work with US technology vendors to kick off new chapter.
A solid and premium mid-range device, the Nokia 8.3 5G is more about the bands it can support than the hardware it touts.
According to reports, LG is mulling over a decision to exit the mobile sector, as it struggles to keep pace with other smartphone makers.
Like Apple, Samsung is choosing not to ship its new Galaxy S21 series with chargers, confirming that it’s a strategy for future phones too.