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  1. Huawei Mate X

    Look but don't touch as smartphone's flexible future unfolds

  2. The new Sony Xperia1 is presented during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

    Sony revitalises smartphone franchise with movie-style screens

    Japan's Sony, which has fallen way behind its South Korean and Chinese rivals in the smartphone sales race, aims to capitalise on its movie ...
  3. Xperia 10 Plus pre-launch event at Sony offices in London

    Sony revitalises smartphone franchise with movie-style screens

  4. FILE PHOTO - Guo Ping, Rotating Chief Executive Officer of Huawei Technologies company, attends a s

    Huawei says Trump 'clear and correct' on 5G as trade deadline looms

    The chairman of Huawei Technologies said President Trump's assertion that the U.S. needed to get ahead in mobile communications through ...
  5. Person checks out the new Xiaomi Mi 9 mobile phone ahead of the Mobile World Congress (MWC 19) in B

    China's Xiaomi unveils 5G smartphone for US$680

  6. A Samsung employee arranges the new Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+ and the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G sm

    Samsung announces folding phone with 5G - at nearly US$2,000

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Wednesday unveiled a nearly US$2,000 folding smartphone in a bid to top the technology of Apple Inc and Chinese ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: A man walks past a newly opened Samsung store in Bengaluru

    Samsung says expects US$4 billion in Indian sales of new smartphone range

    Samsung Electronics expects a new range of smartphones it will launch in India in the first half of this year to generate sales of US$4 billion in ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: A logo of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) is seen at its headquarters in H

    TSMC flags steepest revenue fall in a decade on smartphone slowdown

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC),, the world's largest contract chipmaker, posted on Thursday a 0.7 percent rise in fourth-quarter ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: Apple staff hold iPhone X packages at the Apple Store in Berlin

    Commentary: How Apple’s iPhone lost its lustre

    Apple's iPhone setback marks the passing of a golden age of smartphones, says the Financial Times' John Gapper.