Nokia and OnePlus are expected to launch their 2017 flagships soon, and the devices started leaking bit by bit. Nokia 9’s benchmarks was the most read article on our website in the past week, right along with cryptic rumors about the OnePlus 5 and leaked specs of three new Xperia devices.
The week was busy as well for all you out there, who are waiting for new releases. LG unveiled the X venture, Samsung launched the Galaxy Wide 2 for the Korean market, the M5c is a new device in Meizus portfolio, and the 6.44 Xiaomi Mi Max has a successor with the same size of display but better specs, named Mi Max 2.
And for a cheeky ending of the week, you can watch some videos on YouTube where Apple takes digs at Android devices.
The expected Nokia flagship should offer some of the best performance in the Android world.
The devices – according to a new report – will be officially unveiled at this year’s IFA conference.
Why did the chicken cross the road?
The announcement comes straight from the Chinese company, clearly intending to focus all its efforts on the OnePlus 5 from this point on.
The device is said to be powered by an SoC with octa-core CPU and run Android Nougat out of the box.
Black, red, gold, and something that can’t easily be defined.
The mid-ranger debuts in South Korea.
The Moto G5S will offer a superior build over the G5 and features the batwing dimple.
This is probably the most unsurprising news of the week, by quite a margin.
The device comes with Snapdragon 625 chipset and 5,300 mAh power cell.
The company has launched a revamped website today that caters to those who are peeking across the fence.
It comes with a ceramic back and 18-karat gold camera rims.
The leaked image reveals four color options for the device: blue, pink, gold, and black.
The LG X venture is a tough midranger with a 5.2-inch 1080p screen and a 4,100mAh battery.
This was the first sale, there should be more to come.
Meizu has just unveiledthe colorful M5c with Flyme 6 OS and One Mind AI for better performance.
A leaked image shows metal molds of what could be the iPhone 8 alongside the 7s and 7s Plus.
It will take the total number of color versions of this handset to four.
Despite losing the Cortex-A72 cores of the 65x generation, the 660 offers strong single-core performance.
It could very well be something else entirely – like a screen protector for the upcoming phone.