Week 19 in review: 6.44″ Xiaomi Mi Max unveiled, iPhone 7 and OnePlus 3 rumors

Big screen lovers rejoiced this week – the massive Xiaomi Mi Max was unveiled. The 6.44-inch device (Xiaomi just had to be that precise) still passes for a phone nowadays even though others are pushing for the return of 4-inchers (you know who).

The iPhone 7 didn’t stay in hiding this week either, with rumors suggesting that all of the 7 Plus models will have a dual-camera setup, and not just an alleged top version. Meanwhile, schematics put the dimensions of Apple’s upcoming smartphones very much in line with the existing models, and ongoing talks may lead to made-in-India iPhones.

The Moto X 2016 was another prominent presence in the rumor mill this week, with various bits of its specs revealed one at a time. This year’s Moto G4’s front panel got leaked too, and we’re also gearing up for its May 17 announcement.

The OnePlus 3 also showed up twice this week in live images, and the oft-leaked Samsung Galaxy C5 didn’t skip a week either. A new rumor hints at an August announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6, but sticking to the present, the Galaxy J5 (2016) and J7 (2016) were launched in India.

For the full scoop on all of the above, and then some more, follow the links below.

Xiaomi Mi Max with 6.44

The top-specced version of the all-metal phone will be quite affordable, but there’s an even cheaper model with Snapdragon 650.

KGI: All iPhone 7 Plus versions to feature dual-camera setup

As a result of the change, the entire iPhone 7 Plus line-up would feature 3GB of RAM.

Samsung launches Galaxy J5 and J7 2016 in India

Priced at $210 and $240, respectively.

Apple iPhone 7 measurements the same as the 6s

No change in size, tiny change in design.

Alleged Moto G4 front panel reveals 5.5-inch 1080p display and fingerprint scanner

The assembly is already on sale on eBay, in both white and black.

Lenovo launches ZUK Z1 in India

Alleged OnePlus 3 shows up in live images

We’ve seen that back a number of times, most recently on the Samsung Galaxy C5.

Honor V8 launched: dual 12MP cameras, 5.7

A choice of FullHD and QHD resolutions will be available, prices start at $350.

Galaxy Note 6 tipped for August launch in US

This was revealed by the usually reliable leakster @evleaks on Twitter.

OnePlus 3 leaks, shows off its USB Type-C port

The design of the front looks very close to OnePlus 2.

Asus ZenFone 3 to arrive in June and target the mid-range, says CEO

The company expects the Max model to sell the most units, the normal and Deluxe editions combined will make up only a third of units sold.

Slated for May 17 unveiling, next-gen Moto G phones will be exclusive to Amazon in India

This was confirmed by both Motorola and Amazon separately.

Moto X 2016 prototype promises Shattershield AMOLED screen

Allegedly. It also has the iffy square fingerprint reader under the screen.

Xiaomi unveils iHealth box, 10,000mAh battery, shows new Mi Band

Unfortunately, the Mi Band demo was just a tease, not a reveal.

MIUI8 is official with fresh look and late June availability

MIUI8 will be available for all Redmi and Mi Note series as well as the Mi 2, 2S, 3, 4, 4C, 4S, 5 and Max.

Specs leak for the two Moto X models coming this year with modular backplates

Following the image leaks from a few hours ago, we now get much more information on Motorola’s 2016 flagships.

Next-gen DROID and Moto X images leak

Oh my God, Becky, look at that chin

Samsung launches new 'Asiana' variant of Galaxy S7

The device – as the name suggests – is aimed at customers of South Korea’s second largest airline company Asiana Airlines.

'Made in India' iPhones could soon be reality

Latest reports are suggesting that talks between Foxconn and the Indian government are in advanced stages.

Samsung Galaxy C5 photos leak yet again

Following the fashion trends in design.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) is now official

You know it from yesterday, but once again: 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, 1.6GHz octa-core CPU, 7,300mAh battery.

A massive 18.4

The tablet joins the ranks of humongous Android tablets, but the QHD resolution is an advantage.