Keeping up to date with the latest smartphones
The world of mobile technology never sleeps, with new devices being released all the time. Here you’ll be able to keep up to date with all the latest and greatest handsets as they appear on the shelves.
iPhone X is the tenth anniversary smartphone from Apple. It's packed with incredible features, including an edge-to-edge 5.8-inch Super Retina Display, a camera with a larger and faster 12MP sensor, and intelligent Face ID security.
You can buy iPhone X here.
A new glass design on both sides of iPhone 8 means you can charge it wirelessly through Apple’s AirPower. This stunning smartphone also features a 4.7-inch Retina HD display, and is certified as IP68 - meaning it's protected against water and dust.
You can buy iPhone 8 here.
Google Pixel 2
Google Pixel 2 is an amazing smartphone, boasting what independent image quality measurers, DxOMark, are calling the best smartphone camera ever. You can squeeze the sides of the handset to summon Google Assistant. Enjoy super-speed charging with the USB Type-C port. And there’s unlimited high-res image and video storage available with Google Photos.
Pixel 2 comes in two sizes, the smaller with a 5-inch Full HD display, and the XL version boasting a 6-inch Quad HD panel.
You can buy the Pixel 2 here.
Samsung Galaxy Note8
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is the biggest of the Galaxy family, with a 6.3-inch Quad HD infinity display, dual lens 12MP camera, and redesigned S Pen, for a better on-screen writing experience than ever before.
The best thing about the infinity display is that it stretches over the entire face of the phone, meaning you can enjoy a bigger, more immersive experience, without having to deal with a giant device.
You can buy the Samsung Galaxy Note8 here.
Huawei Mate 10 Pro
The Mate 10 Pro is a big and powerful smartphone with a huge 6-inch display. The dual lens 20MP and 12MP camera has been created with help from photography legends Leica, giving you pin-sharp photography and the ability to shoot video in 4K resolution. Elsewhere, there's an enormous 4,000mAh batery with enough power to keep you going all day and into the night.
You can buy the Huawei Mate 10 Pro here.
The super-slim LG V30 is an incredible looking phone, with a 6-inch 2:1 ratio display dominating the face, leaving just two slim bezels at the top and bottom. The Quad HD+ resolution gives you brilliant picture quality in everything you do, and the dual lens rear camera has a super-wide aperture of f/1.6. This means the Crystal Clear lens can let in loads of light, to give you bright and colourful photos.
You can buy the LG V30 here.
Sony Xperia XZ1
The Xperia XZ1 features a 5.2-inch Full HD-HDR display and an impressive 19MP camera. It lets you shoot video at 960 frames per second, which super slow-motion, letting you see things the human eye can’t normally appreciate.
You can buy the Sony Xperia XZ1 here.
Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact
Alongside the XZ1, Sony also revealed the XZ1 Compact. Although smaller in size, with a 4.6-inch HD display, you still get the exact same camera experience. Both new Sony smartphones run on Google’s most up to date operating system, Android Oreo, making them some of the first devices of 2017 to use the latest tech.
You can buy the Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact here.
The 8 is the best Android-powered Nokia smartphone to date. It has a 5.3-inch Quad HD display, a powerful dual lens Carl Zeiss 13MP camera, and OZO audio recording tech. This lets you pinpoint what sound is recorded in your videos - so if you’re videoing an act on stage, you’ll easily be able to muffle any distracting chatter from the audience.
You can buy the Nokia 8 here.
HTC's 'squeezeable' smartphone has pressure-sensitive sides, letting you perform tasks and commands by simple giving is a squeeze. The technology is called Edge Sense, and is great for taking selfies without having to fiddle with on-screen buttons. The handset also features a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, incredible 12MP camera and a huge 16MP UltraPixel front-facing lens.
To order the HTC U11 right now, follow this link.
LG’s G6 has a massive Quad HD display, measuring 5.7-inches from corner to corner. It offers a new aspect ratio now, too, which means it’s taller than your average screen – perfect for watching movies when put in landscape mode.
The impressive display is one thing, but the 13MP dual lens camera around the back shouldn’t be overlooked. When using both lenses together, you can capture 125-degree photos – which is about the same width as the human eye’s vision.
To order the LG G6 right now, follow this link.
The BlackBerry Motion is a great-looking device, featuring a large 5.5-inch Full HD display, sturdy brushed metal edges, and a soft-touch patterned back. The 12MP large pixel camera gives you loads of shooting options, from panorama to slow-mo video. There are also 19 pre-installed filters to give your photos a creative edge.
You can buy the BlackBerry Motion here.
Sony Xperia XZ Premium
The Sony Xperia XZ Premium has the world’s first 4K HDR mobile display, which is a big shout for the smartphone world. Colours look super bright, and the resolution is unrivalled.
If that’s not enough the 19MP camera can shoot video at a seriously impressive 960 frames per second, letting you create super slow-mo shots.
You can buy the Sony XZ Premium here.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+
Meet the Galaxy S8 and S8+, both featuring Samsung’s new infinity display. The smartphones have seen big design overhauls since the Galaxy S7 series, leaving virtually no bezel around the sides of the screen, and doing away with a physical home button.
Above the giant screen is an iris scanner, letting you unlock the phone with just a glance. And round the back we see the return of the 12MP Dual Pixel camera, originally celebrated on the S7.
To order the Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8+, follow the links.
The return of Nokia has been a long time coming, but it’s finally here, and with a minimalist Pure Android OS. The Nokia 6 is the flagship of the 2017 Nokia smartphone range, featuring a 5.5-inch Full HD display and 16MP camera - capable of picture perfect shots with its phase detection autofocus technology.
You can buy the Nokia 6 here.
The P10 comes with a Leica dual camera setup, but it’s been boosted up to 20MP and 12MP for even better photos and videos. There’s also a 5.1-inch Full HD display, a fingerprint sensor inside the home button, and a massive 64GB of internal storage.
You can buy the Huawei P10 here.
Samsung Galaxy J3 and J5 (2017)
Samsung's J series smartphones have built a reputation for offering a near-premium experience at an affordable price. Both the J3 and J5 have been beautifully designed, and feature Samsung's latest camera technology.
If you'd like to order your own you can buy the Galaxy J3 (2017) here, and buy the Galaxy J5 (2017) here.
Samsung Galaxy A3 and A5 (2017)
Samsung’s most recent additions to the Galaxy A family are the A3 and A5 (2017). Both phones have seen a refreshing design update, not to mention hardware upgrades in the camera department.
Make sure you check out our video above to get a closer look at both smartphones.
If you’d like to order your own you can buy the Galaxy A3 (2017) here, and buy the Galaxy A5 (2017) here.
Sony Xperia XZ
Sony’s Xperia XZ features a 5.2-inch Full HD display, a beautiful new curved design, and an outstanding 23MP camera. The new lens comes with triple-image sensing technology, meaning you can snap brighter, more accurate photos than ever.
It’s also water-resistant up to 1.5m (certified as IP68) and now features the latest USB technology, Type-C. This lets you transfer data much quicker, and charge up in a flash.
You can buy the Sony Xperia XZ here.
We'll be regularly updating this article with the latest devices, and if there are any other smartphones you’d like to see or hear about, let us know in the comments below.