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Huawei At MWC: Talkband B1 Activity Tracker, 7-Inch Smartphone, New Tablet

Mobile World Congress is just kicking off in Barcelona, and Huawei is one of the first out of the gates with new devices. A new monster 7-inch smartphone, a smartband that tracks your movement and transforms into a Bluetooth headset, and an 8-inch tablet are all on show.


Dear Samsung: A 'Fonblet' Is Not A Thing

During its Analyst Day today in Seoul, South Korea, Samsung has been trying to coin a new term. Brace yourselves, because if you thought ‘phablet’ was bad, then the ‘fonblet’ is something else entirely.


HTC One Max: Shiny Aluminium, 5.9-Inch Screen And A Fingerprint Scanner

HTC’s zapped its flagship One design with its embiggening rays and scaled the One Max up to gigantic proportions. At 5.9-inches, it’s in that scary land where it’s either a really large phone, or a phablet. We’re not quite sure HTC knows what it is either.


Samsung Plans Bendable Plastic OLED Display For New Galaxy Note 3

Samsung may well be the first company to actually deliver on the endless promise that flexible displays are on the way, with a limited edition Galaxy Note 3 with a plastic OLED screen said to be in production.


This Huge Thing Is Allegedly Nokia's Lumia 1520 Phablet

That huge thing to the right there is alleged to be the Nokia Lumia 1520, the phone company’s first go at entering the monster phone/tablet hybrid space. According to WP Central, the Lumia 1520 features a 6-inch display running at 1080p resolution, with previous leaks suggesting it will arrive powered by a leading edge Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.


Huawei Mate Review: Large, But Not In Charge

The Huawei Mate is officially the largest phone/phablet/whatever to grace our test labs so far, so how does the Godzilla of smartphones compare to the competition?


Asus Fonepad Note FHD 6: Look Out Samsung Galaxy Note?

We’ve seen the 7-inch Asus Fonepad (not to be confused with the two-in-one PadFone 2). Well, now we have the Fonepad Note. Confused yet? The ‘6’ denotes its 6-inch, super-bright (450-nit) high-definition (1920×1080) display, and you get a stylus for handwritten input.


Huawei's New Phone Is Coming To Australia, And It's GIGANTIC

Maaaaaate. Huawei Mate, to be specific. It comes out next week, it’s freaking enormous and we’ve been hands-on.


Kogan Agora Smartphone Review: The Best Bang For Buck In Android

I have a confession: I really didn’t want to like the Kogan Agora smartphone. As soon as I was handed the device and told the price, I immediately relegated it to the cheap and nasty corner. ‘Nothing good can come out of a $150 device,’ I thought to myself at the time. Well readers, I’m here to tell you that I was wrong.