Sony's mobile division has had a quiet year so far, with only one launch during the 2016 Mobile World Congress, but the company does seem to be working on two new devices, according to benchmarks.
Last month, Xiaomi unveiled three variants of its Mi 5 flagship smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2016, and now the company has launched one of the variants in India for a price of Rs.24,999.
From flagship frenzy and FBiOS, to the post-app era, virtual ubiquity, Xbox extermination, malicious Mint, Garage goodness, and a helpful Ear, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
An issue recently discovered by a startup regarding iPhone's Touch ID, found that imprinting a fingerprint on Play-Doh, then on the sensor can make the phone believe a real fingerprint was used.
Alcatel's new Windows 10 tablet could be a popular choice at the right price for those seeking a low-cost device with 4G LTE support - albeit built into the detachable keyboard, not the tablet itself.
It seems Sony is throwing all their eggs into the Xperia X basket as they pretty much confirm that there will be no Xperia Z6. The Z-series is being replaced by the new Xperia X moniker.
We got our hands on Sony's little Bluetooth earpiece - called the Xperia Ear - that's designed to make it easier to connect with its new digital assistant, which doesn't have a name... yet.
Earlier this week, HP unveiled its new ultra-high-end Windows 10 Mobile handset. We took a closer look at the Elite x3, and had a chat with HP about the consideration that went into its development.
The Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu edition is now available for pre-order. The phone represents the highest spec phone so far which runs the open source operating system - Ubuntu. It'll set you back $369.99.
Huawei is the latest manufacturer to build a device in the same vein as Microsoft's latest Surface tablets. Check out our hands-on first impressions of Huawei's stylish, ultra-thin Windows 10 2-in-1.
How does a tech giant that's scaled back its own mobile ambitions present itself at the biggest event in the global mobile industry calendar? Find out in our photo tour of the Microsoft stand at MWC.
When HP announced their brand new flagship Windows phone, the Elite x3, at Mobile World Congress, there were conflicting reports as to whether or not it would be available to consumers.
While LG attempted to try something a bit different with its new G5, Samsung's latest Android flagships appear to be more of the same. Is there more to the new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge than that?
You may remember the One X9 as a China specific premium, mid-range smartphone launched back in December by HTC, but now the company is bringing the device to more markets starting this month.
Sony has announced three new Xperia X smartphones, from the mid-to-high end with the entry level featuring a Snapdragon 650 SoC and the higher end an 820 processor for the extra burst of speed.
With Mobile World Conference starting tomorrow, many companies made their big announcements today, including the HP Elite x3, the LG G5, the Samsung Galaxy S7, and quite a bit more.
Once the king of the mobile phone industry, Nokia has reiterated plans to get back into the smartphone market. Meanwhile the company is focusing on its other endeavors in 5G deployment and IoT.
HTC has announced a number of lower to mid tier devices at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, including HTC Desire 530, 630, and 825. The designed is based on urban street wear.
Lenovo has unveiled a new line of tablets dubbed the TAB3. There's a 10-inch, a 7-inch and an 8-inch model, with the first one being aimed at businesses, while the latter two designed for families.
Samsung has just taken the wraps off its duo of flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S7, the S7 edge and the Gear 360 at its Unpacked event at the ongoing Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona.
Lenovo has kicked off their MWC 2016 reveals with four new laptops starting at $229 for the Surface-like 2-in-1 MIIX 310 all the way up to a base price of $799 for the YOGA 710.
Lenovo is kicking off MWC a bit early and has now announced of couple of new smartphones. The VIBE K5 and its bigger brother the K5 Plus are positioned as affordable entry devices with decent specs.
We go hands-on with LG's newest flagship. The company is touting its "modularity" and "Friends", but is this just a gimmick or something to actually get excited about? Check out our first impressions.
Huawei launched a new convertible device today at Mobile World Congress, the MateBook. Starting at $699/€799, the device comes in Core m3, m5, and m7 configurations and two colors: grey and golden.
Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy S7 smartphone for the first time using its VR technology. However, if you don't own a supporting device, you can still catch the 'Unpacked' event right here.
LG has just announced its modular, high end full metal G5 smartphone powered by the 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 820 chipset and 4 GB of RAM
LG is all set to unveil its next flagship smartphone, the G5, at Mobile World Congress 2016 and you can watch it happen live, right here in just a few more minutes.
Alcatel had a lot to share on the first unofficial day of Mobile World Congress, which included the change in branding, the launch of two IDOL smartphones and a Windows 10 powered 2-in-1 device.
Mobile World Congress - the biggest event in the mobile industry calendar - is upon us once again, and Neowin is there too. Check out some of the devices that are expected to appear in the week ahead.
The LG G5 is said to include a 'Magic Slot' for accessories and add-ons, as well as access to a removable battery. A leaked photo shows an unannounced camera accessory compatible with the slot.
A tipster out of Taiwan close to HTC has shared some new info about when the next flagship from the company will be launched, and is even indicating that it won't be called the "One M10".
Nokia has begun talking up some of its technologies that it will announce at MWC 2016. Included in that list is the company's strong focus on 5G and the future of IoT and self-driving cars.
A press image for one of the various devices that HP revealed this week at CES includes a Windows 10 Mobile handset in the background - could it be the company's rumored new 'Falcon' phone?