This week saw Samsung finally announce its much-anticipated Galaxy Note8 and naturally we were there to bring you the full coverage. Google made Android 8.0 Oreo official too.
Xiaomi announced the Redmi Note 5A, which was the most read news article on our website. The Motorola Moto X4 was also a key talking point after we saw it pictured in the wild, twice.
We heard that the Apple iPhone 8 will have 3GB of RAM and could double the iPhone 7 storage – 64GB/256GB/512GB.
Finally YotaPhone launched its third smartphone and Micromax launched a $155 smartphone with a 18:9 display.
That will do it for this week. Next week the IFA congress in Berlin kicks off so expect an even busier homepage.
It comes in three colors and three RAM versions.
The leak shows close-ups of both front and back of the device.
BlackBerry has officially confirmed that the Keyone will be getting the Android Oreo update.
An early peek at the rivalry between the two of the most expensive smartphones of this year.
Pre-orders for the device are now live in more European countries, including Poland.
And they will all have 3GB of RAM.
Live Focus will create a shallow depth of field effect that you can adjust at any time.
HomaTelecom, which is the official Lenovo and Motorola distributor in Iran, has shared a couple of images for the handset on its official Instagram account.
The dual cam has two lenses – f/1.7 wide and f/2.4 tele.
Samsung is coordinating a simultaneous global rollout. Pre-orders will be live by tomorrow.
The information comes from tipster Evan Blass, who also revealed freebie-related details for both the US and Europe.
The phone comes with 5.5 AMOLED primary screen and 5.2 E Ink display on the back.
For use in the Galaxy S9, of course. But where does that leave other makers?
The phone only costs $155.