A rather exiting week, this one. It saw the debut of the Oppo R17 Pro with its triple rear camera, in-display fingerprint sensor and insanely fast SuperVOOC charging.
We also got the Xiaomi Pocophone F1 – a Snapdragon 845 powerhouse at the hard to believe price of $300.
Meanwhile, the Google Pixel 3 XL, which is still about two months away from its official announcement got reviewed in detail, revealing all there’s to know about it. And yes, the giant notch rumors were correct, sadly.
A bunch of other pre-IFA leaks also appeared. You can check out the full list of our most read articles this week below and make sure you are all caught up.
The price starts at INR20,999 ($300) and reaches INR29,999 ($430) for the 256GB version.
Plus more details about future Google products and some unknown specs.
This is the biggest Huawei Mate 20 leak so far.
It’s also among the first to pack a Snapdragon 710 chipset.
This is our best look yet at the Google Pixel 3 XL.
The phone is expected to launch on November 16.
It will have the iPhone 8 shell, with iPhone 7 internals and edge-to-edge display.
Nice ‘selfies’ result when you have a pro photographer capturing them and you don’t use a phone.
That’s a steal for a phone that runs Android 9.0 Pie on a Snapdragon 835.
We have the Oppo F9 Pro with its new water drop notch, 25MP selfie camera and VOOC Flash Charge.
Nokia 6.1 Plus is already available in India, Nokia 5.1 Plus to follow in September.
iOS users that switch to Android say its for better prices.
Two cameras on the front, one on the back. The side bezels are really thin, though.
And we get to see the new S Pen super capacitor in the bionic flesh.
Available starting today in India and Malaysia and set to expand to new markets soon.
Launches RTX 2070, 2080 and 2080 Ti with prices starting at $499.
The upcoming phone reaches impressive scores due to its Snapdragon 845 chipset.
This is the same person responsible for the latest unboxing and full leaks of the Pixel 3 XL that we saw today.
The company began sampling the chip to device makers.
The new budget offer features a Snapdragon 450, 4,230 mAh battery and a 13MP + 2MP camera setup.
Working with Taiwanese manufacturers is proving to be more expensive for the US company.
The phone was teased on Amazon at a starting price of INR30,000 ($430/373).
The manufacturing process heavily relies on precise machines that carry out much of the assembly.
A new leak goes into more details about the upcoming devices’ camera setup.
It’s going to be the cheapest notched smartphone in India.
The Mate 20 Lite might be out of luck, though. There’s a bonus phone: a new Huawei Y9 is coming too.
The Xperia XZ3 is expected to have a Snapdragon 845, a 48MP camera setup, and dedicated shutter key.