As we close the page on the 15 week of the year, we can mark it as a good one. It had a few announcements and it brought some nice leaks, so a little from everything.
The top of our most read list goes to the OnePlus 6 and its first full-frontal image. Then we got some juicy tips about the upcoming Galaxy Note9 and found ourselves once again facing the OnePlus 6, this time in case renders that featured both front and a portion of the back.
The next most popular story was once again the work of renders but this time the focus was on the LG G7 ThinQ and its five upcoming colors.
The Xiaomi Black Shark gaming phone debuted this week, while we first heard of the did the Huawei Mate 20. Samsung announced the Galaxy J7 Duo and the HTC U12+ leaked in full, revealing all the specs.
Since the whole world of tech was buzzing with the Huawei P20 Pro’s elaborate triple camera we decided to explain to you how that works – it proved to be a popular article.
The rest of the most read articles are about the double-notch ZTE Iceberg, a rumor about the Xiaomi Mi 6X followed by an official teaser for the OnePlus 6 and finally Apple’s announcement of the Product Red Special Edition iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.
A more complete look at the front was delivered in an alleged leaked image.
It’s a small tick over the 6.3″ screen of the Note8, but it will double the gap to the Galaxy S9+’s 6.2″ screen.
No more guessing what it will look like – you can now glance at the phone in all its glory inside a range of cases.
Weve seen leaks of the phone, but this appears to be the real deal.
Liquid cooling system, MEMC ISP, and a Snapdragon 845 chipset for less than $500.
Huawei Mate 20 launch might be six months away, but it has already posted a record score on AnTuTu.
The phone comes on April 12 in Black and Gold, costs INR 16,990.
Snapdragon 845, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB storage + microSD and Quick Charge 4+ is just some of the impressive specs.
We go over what Quad Bayer is and how it helps the Pro shoot better HDR photos than any other phone.
Its also the first smartphone to have glass corners.
The P60 chipset may be mid-range, but it has four Cortex-A73 cores. As for the camera, it’s all IMX sensors, front and bakc.
It will be the first device from Xiaomi-backed Black Shark, and will focus on the gaming experience.
The company’s teaser campaign for its next smartphone continues.
Also announces Product Red Leather Folio case for the iPhone X.