With CES failing to deliver many exciting smartphones this year all eyes are on the MWC next month to shake up the mobile space. Rumors about the flagships to appear there are coming from all directions and it looks like we’ll have plenty to look forward to.
Samsung, Huawei, Sony and HMD have all confirmed they’ll be bringing their next flagships at MWC 2018. LG is likely not bringing the G6 successor after its development was restarted, but we expect Lenovo and Xiaomi to be there as well.
Speaking of Xiaomi, our most read article this past week was about the company’s announcement that it will be bringing MiUI 9 to a total of 40 devices. Some of those were released in 2012, so that’s some great after-sales support.
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The oldest among them are from 2012, now that’s what we call long-term support.
The company’s next flagship smartphone will be packing some top of the line specs according to the latest rumor.
The information comes from a C-level executive at a major casemaker.
You know what they say about things that sound too good to be true.
Hiding under the screen is not just for fingerprint readers.
All of these devices could be announced at MWC in February.
The first Meizu with 18:9 tall screen has an Exynos 7872 chipset with hexa-core CPU.
The device is said to be powered by Snapdragon 635, feature a 6.99-inch display, and pack in a 5,500mAh battery.
A phone with the model number SM-J720F appeared both on Geekbench and GFXBench.
The company will hand out more than 4,000 units to athletes as part of its 20-year cooperation with the IOC.
For now at least – Kaz Hirai believes that the future of communication is not phone-shaped.
The next iOS 11 public release is expected in March.
Not his first tweet on the subject either, but so far no hint what Nokia phones we’ll be seeing.
As of now it’s known only by its model designation, ANE-LX1.
The rumor mill is brimming with rumors of an OLED-packing super phone, but the press invite keeps its lips sealed.
Available today in Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S. on Android.
The Korean company was late to the on-device AI game, but it plans to win it in a few months.
The company will cooperate with the Italian authority to “clarify the facts”.
The phone might be called V30+α with Google Assistant-based AI functions.
Following a leak from a week ago, the handset was announced in Europe.
Two models have passed through the commission’s process, single and dual-SIM variants of the same device.
If you’ve purchased from OnePlus.net recently, check your credit card statement.
To earn its MIL-STD-810G stripes, the phone had to pass a six-part gauntlet, including an impact resistance test.
The manufacturer uploaded a beta version on the Mi App store from where it updates automatically.
GDDR6 promises to top even HMB2 in bandwidth.
Will be available exclusively through Amazon.
Available exclusively on Flipkart.