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Gizmag compares the features and specs of the new Moto X (left) and the Samsung Galaxy S5

In the last couple of years, we've seen very few smartphones that are truly innovative. But that's exactly what Motorola made with last year's Moto X. And while its sequel may not break much new ground, it is a bigger and better version of that same formula. Let's see how it stacks up next to the most popular Android handset, the Samsung Galaxy S5.  Read More

The Cat S50 smartphone's 4.7-inch touchscreen features Gorilla Glass 3 and wet finger trac...

Caterpillar, a company best known for making construction equipment, is launching a new smartphone called the S50. This device is designed to be rugged and durable, which means it should be able to handle the lifestyle of users who enjoy the outdoors, as well as those who need to use it for work.  Read More

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and HTC One (M8) are both high-end handsets, but there are some ...

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and HTC One (M8) are both high-end devices, and both pack a lot of great features. You’d be forgiven for thinking that the Note 4’s phablet nature is the only significant difference between the two smartphones, but there’s plenty besides to distinguish them. Read on as we delve into all the key differences between the two mobile heavyweights.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (left) and LG G3

Not long ago, Samsung's Galaxy Notes were pretty much the only phablets worth paying attention to. But with super-sized phones becoming more and more common, the Note series has more competition than ever. Let's see how Samsung's latest, the Galaxy Note 4, stacks up next to one of its biggest rivals, the LG G3.  Read More

The new Moto X has been upgraded as well as upsized (Photo: Eric Mack/Gizmag.com)

It's not called the Moto X+1, but there is a new Moto X and it is bigger and better than the first one. Motorola announced the successor to its acclaimed Android smartphone during an exclusive event at its headquarters in Chicago on Thursday and Gizmag was there to get an early look.  Read More

The Lenovo Vibe Z2 (Photo: Chris Wood/Gizmag.com)

Lenovo’s latest two handsets are undoubtedly premium offerings, and while they can’t quite compete with the company’s flagship Vibe Z2 Pro smartphone, they do offer some compelling specs in thin and light form factors. They’re also very different devices, with the Vibe X2 opting for high-end optics, and the Vibe X2 opting for the higher resolution display.  Read More

ZTE announced three new smartphones at IFA, including the budget Kis 3 Max

Chinese manufacturer ZTE is relatively unknown in the US, but offers some of the most competitive low cost smartphones out there. Today at IFA in Berlin, the company announced three new smartphones that offer solid performance and aesthetics at a great price.  Read More

Acer's new Liquid Z500 smartphone

Along with its new tablets and laptops, Acer also announced a new smartphone today at IFA 2014 – the Liquid Z500. While its features may not be particularly remarkable, its starting price of just €149 (about US$195) could likely win it a few fans.  Read More

The Desire 510 is HTC's cheapest ever LTE handset

For the last two years HTC’s flagship One devices have been so firmly in the spotlight that it’s easy to forget that the company does make a range of more wallet-friendly handsets. The HTC Desire 510 is the latest addition to the company’s lineup, and while most of what the device has to offer is in line with what we expect from a low-end smartphone in 2014, there’s one big tick on the spec sheet in the form of LTE connectivity.  Read More

Gizmag takes a look back at one of the best phones of 2013 ... and realizes it could also ...

It isn't often that you'll see us revisiting a year-and-a-half-old device. After all, in the world of smartphones, 18 months ago is practically the stone age. But I recently took a break from reviewing the latest and greatest phones to play with a favorite from early last year, the HTC One (M7). The fact that it holds up so well today might say something about the direction in which smartphones are moving.  Read More

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