It’s been over a week since the OnePlus 5 went official, but the smartphone is still making headlines. It got a new update, broke sales records, but early adopters also spotted a jello effect when scrolling.
Meanwhile, as August draws closer, the Galaxy Note8 leaks start to intensify and we begin to put together the puzzle that is going to be the future Samsung phablet flagship.
Qualcomm announced its first 14nm entry-level chipset and fingerprint tech ready for embedding under the display, while vivo immediately demoed a working prototype with that.
For this and more of the topics that got your attention, check out the list below.
OnePlus is already aware of the issue and is looking into it.
The transparent cases leave little to the imagination.
OnePlus reassures people that it uses “high-quality components”, but the bottom line is that you shouldn’t expect a software update to fix the problem.
The handset will carry a price tag of somewhere between $1,000 and $1,100
It’s been moved somewhat compared to the controversial placement in the S8 duo, but it will still be easy to smudge the cameras when you want to unlock.
The first market to get the new color model is Hong Kong, where the 5,300mAh battery totting handset arrived earlier this week.
Apple’s next flagship was given physical form through unofficial means.
Samsung has released an updated version of its TouchWiz Home app.
It’s a 1080p projector that can produce up to 150″ picture, priced at a reasonable CNY 10,000.
The chip is largely based on the Snapdragon 625, which has made a positive impression in the mid-range.
The three cases have either a Clear View front flip panel, two-piece protection or fuzzy back panel.
The display panel used has been announced by JDI earlier this month.
The two handsets will be identical in all respects but one – the chipset they each use.
The specs sheet suggests 12MP/5MP dual-camera.
No, its not the promised stabilization for 4K video.
As part of Sonys efforts to open devices up for aftermarket ROMs.
The company is regrouping after losing the Snapdragon 845 order to TSMC.
Amazon has the devices listed on its website for as low as $666 and $747, respectively.
The device will make its debut in South Korea, and should carry a price tag of under KRW 700,000 (around $615).
A new report solves the mystery of which device will soon join the Pixels on Google’s MVNO.
The reader can go below an AMOLED screen or inside the metal shell of the phone.
The OnePlus 5 is a huge success in the country.
Also, the Wi-Fi connectivity issues will be fixed with the next update.
Five of them would be an update from Zenfone 3 devices, one is going to be exclusive to Verizon.
After a week of local sales, the new flagship just went global.
The sensor can be embedded under an OLED display, metal or glass panel.