Not the dullest of weeks this last one. For one we had a rather unexpected high-profile launch – the HTC One S9 went official out of the blue, bringing us another One, just when we thought the name had been buried with the arrival of the HTC 10.
A couple of announcements came out of China too – the Honor 5C and the Meizu m3 made the headlines too, because who doesn’t like affordable midrangers.
It’s not just the official releases that gathered a lot of interest, though. The next iPhone is always a hot topic, regardless of what time of the year it is. This week we had another source reiterate that the iPhone 7 will be waterproof, and even schematics surfaced of an alleged iPhone Pro.
BlackBerry will be following up on the Priv with a couple of new Android smartphones, an updated Nexus 6P showed up in a benchmark, and Intel joins Apple in the war on the 3.5mm jack.
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INR 24,999 for the flagship, the phablet starts at INR 9,999, the 20,000mAh power bank will be available too.
The schematic appears unofficial, though.
They are codenamed Hamburg and Rome, and come with two different form factors.
This is at least the third time we’ve heard about the next iPhone’s water resistance.
A One M9 with a redesigned front on the outside, the unexpected smartphone carries a price tag of 499.
It looks like this year’s flagship Motorola handset will choose to go with what is pretty much the expected hardware recipe.
For now it’s unclear which exact company is making this upcoming Nexus 6P iteration.
In addition, May 10 will also see the Mi Band 2 getting unveiled.
According to the latest information, ZTE will launch the Nubia X8 in three variants.
Last month, the device was found listed on AnTuTu with 4GB RAM.
The X30 will support up to 8GB of RAM and come with a PowerVR GPU.
The company seems to be in no mood to retreat.
The budget 5-incher is available in China in a number of bright colors.
Prices of this well-rounded midranger start at CNY 899 ($140).
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A million devices were apparently made available for the trio’s first flash sale in China.
Nokia wants back in the consumer business and will focus on health and Internet of Things products.
The event will be in New Delhi, but start time isn’t available yet.
It will be available in two different versions, carrying price tags of around $305 and $350, respectively.
Quarterly revenue was $50.6 billion compared to $58 billion for the same period last year. while net income is $10.5 billion.
There was, however, no change in the first three spots, which were still claimed by Samsung, Apple, and Huawei, respectively.