MWC 2017 is gone and everyone is looking forward to the next big event in the mobile technology – the Galaxy S8 announcement on March 29. It’s just that at the rate these leaks are coming in there will be hardly anything left to announce when the time comes.
The long-awaited Samsung flagship may be the biggest talking point right now but there were some announcements that embellished the news feed in the past week. BlackBerry Aurora was unveiled in Malaysia and Xiaomi revealed smart shoes powered by Intel.
India will host its own MWC in September, though it’s unlikely to be as exciting as the one in Barcelona. Still, this is the first congress aimed directly to South East Asian markets so manufacturers like Xiaomi, Meizu and Oppo might bring their A-game.
Reliable leakster reports the Galaxy S8 will cost 800 and the S8+ will start at 899.
The stills could potentially be from the bigger S8+ models, as well.
Google Assistant is now fully rolling out to all English users in the US.
This time we the 5.8-inch regular Galaxy S8 and its plus sibling in the same shot.
What better to track your run than your running shoes?
More images of the Samsung flagship appear.
The phablet with bezelless screen has an 18K gold rim around the camera and fingerprint sensor.
The phone was shown to company partners and they all agreed what they saw was very impressive.
Don’t expect any PureView or Carl Zeiss branding though.
FCC test reports show us the various models of the devices and that they are manufactured in Vietnam.
Samsung just posted an ad on Twitter that features dual cameras.
High-end Sony Bravias have boasted 4K HDR since 2015, but this is the first screen of its kind in the mobile world.
A report outs the Samsung Galaxy Note8’s model number and internal codename.
Xiaomi will also add curved edges to trim the bezels even more.
Carphone Warehouse said it has seen unprecedented level of demand of the candy-looking phone.
The $260 device is currently available to pre-order in Indonesia.
Coincidentally or not (definitely not), the ads are for the company’s OneDrive cloud storage service.
MobileFun is taking pre-orders, the price is for a 64GB version of the 5.8″ non-Plus model.
The India edition of MWC will be focused on reaching out to the South East Asian markets.
The Gear S3 Frontier with LTE got a minor update, including a new feature.