We had quite a busy week in the news department with all the announcements that happened in the past several days. HTC released its true flagship the U11 with the biggest ever DxOMark score for its camera.
Google held its annual I/O where it announced plenty of new features for the Google Assistant, Google Home, YouTube and other projects and said more about the upcoming Android O that will be accompanied by Android Go for less powerful devices.
Along with the official events and launches, some unofficial rumors and leaks floated around. There was a mock-up device of the iPhone 8 that easily became the most read article on GSMArena.com and a prototype of the OnePlus 5 was also among the news that got you interested.
To see the rest of the most-read articles for the past week, just scroll down.
A dummy shows no home button on the front, implying the scanner might be embedded under the display.
Available in three variants. Prices start at INR 6,999/$109.
This is the Taiwanese company’s latest flagship smartphone, and it comes with the specs to back that claim up.
OnePlus seems to be deciding between multiple designs, here’s hoping it settles on one with a headphone jack.
New images of the handsets have also leaked, showing both back and front.
The video has four devices – the Nokia 3, the Nokia 5 and two other phones, one of them with dual camera setup on the back.
Xiaomi’s best phone is in our office and we’re already hard at work testing it.
The latest iteration of Google’s mobile platform should become available to Pixel and Nexus devices in August.
The first is a classic OnePlus look, the other feels more like an external inspiration.
You can call it Android One 2.0, perhaps, though it may be somewhat different.
The HTC U Ultra and other S821 phones may be sweating under their collars.
The video showcases the Edge Sense feature in action.
‘FE’ here stands for Fan Edition, suggesting that the company is targeting hardcore Note7 fans.
A new rumor out of China purportedly reveals two essential details about the phablet.
Interested owners of supported devices can now enroll them to receive the first beta build of the next version of the OS.
For those few Windows 10 Mobile faithful left to feast their eyes on.
The Galaxy S8 falls behind the HTC U11 and the Google Pixel, according to DxOMark’s scoring scale.
What’s the difference between “splash proof” and “water resistant”? One unprotected port, as it turns out.
Check out our images with the HTC U11 from the event in Taiwan.
The handset is powered by the Exynos 7570 SoC, sports a 5-inch HD screen.