Unless they are really really stupid and rich
Beancounters at analyst outfit NPD have added up some numbers and worked out that less than 10 percent of Americans are actually spending $1,000 or more on a smartphone.
Could result in poor mental health
One in four children and young people could have problematic smartphone use, according to research that also suggests such behaviour is associated with poorer mental health.
Apple to go alternatives
In a surprising twist of events, Intel has just announced that it plans to exit the 5G Smartphone modem business. The surprising announcement happened just hours after Apple announced that it had settled its years of legal battles against Qualcomm.
Just a design concept for now
It appears that Asus is considering a dual-slider design for its upcoming flagship smartphone, which is a neat concept that could provide a high screen-to-body ratio.
The phone trends in 2019
There is a clear trend toward a whole uninterrupted screen for end users to enjoy on their phones and every year we are getting closer to that. The trend includes more cameras, slide, and pop-up, all helped by computation and AI.
'Old it, flash, bang, wallop, what a picture
The emphasis during the launch of the P30 Series in Paris yesterday was primarily about photography and that led a senior executive to tell Fudzilla the device is more of a smart camera than a smartphone.
For the young at heart
The smartphone division of Chinese giant Huawei said it has introduced an AI powered triple lens device aimed at young people.
Looks similar to the Huawei one
While Samsung and Huawei are filling press posts with their foldable smartphones, Oppo's VP has posted a couple of pictures of its own foldable prototype.
Renderings of the vivo IQOO
Chinese vivo is also one of the smartphone makers to announce its separate subbrand and IQOO, as vivo decided to name it, will apparently debut with a foldable smartphone.