After the Galaxy S8 finally embraced officialdom, our top news stories finally contain something other than the flagship’s leaks. Apple finalized a deal with Samsung Display for curved OLED panels, Huawei launched the impressive Honor 8 Pro with 6 GB RAM and the product presentation of the HTC U leaked in full, revealing a pressure-sensitive frame.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced we should expect the Mi 6 before the end of the month and specs were already leaked on GFXBench. The manufacturer surprised everyone with the launch of the Mi Pad 3, almost two years after its predecessor.
Of course news of various Galaxy S8 features got you interested, but Motorola with the Moto Z2, Sony Xperia XZ Premium and a green Oppo R9s also made it to the Top 20 news articles of week 14.
The extra button on the Galaxy S8 can, in fact, be remapped to something else. A third party app would be required.
This is what a new report claims.
The latest in-house CPU and a QHD display.
We might see the first Apple phone with a four-digit price tag in the US.
The device looks stunning but might be just a fan do-over.
The phone will come with touch-sensitive frame, HDR+ and the HTC Sense Companion.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun confirmed the device will come this month in a live stream.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ give you the option to hide the apps button.
The smartphone received the companys first A+ rating ever. The Galaxy S8s Infinity Display will be the one to beat.
The tablet packs a different chipset, bigger battery and an upgraded main camera.
The company’s marketing department came up with quite a few descriptions that somehow manage to sound like that.
The report notes that the model will be available in Midnight Black, but will remain a China-exclusive.
The next flagship handset from Xiaomi should become official later this month.
This indicates a strong demand for the model, which went on sale in China on April 1.
Those of you with Pixels and Nexus devices can now flash to your hearts’ content.
ZTE took the wraps off the Nubia Z17 mini today. It comes with a dual camera, 4GB or 6GB of RAM.
Although the new Moto X has been in the leaks a lot more lately, there’s a new Z model on the way too.
The bigger model in the company’s flagship duo is now almost as desired as the smaller one.
Units are expected to start shipping around the end of May or beginning of June.
An unreleased Moto device was flashed right under our noses. This time, an alleged render of the new Moto X (2017).