Week 37 of 2017 was dominated by three important events. The first was Apple holding its annual iPhone refresh, which this time brought three new devices, including the X – the first major redesign since the iPhone 5 came around.
Xizomi introduced a couple of interesting devices too – the Mi Mix 2 and the Mi Note 3 are both premium offerings and understandably got plenty of attention.
Finally Samsung released the Galaxy Note8 in 42 markets, marking the official start of its sales. Early numbers are impressive, but we’ll see how much of an impact the iPhone 8 release next week will have on the Samsung flagship.
A radical departure from the design of the iPhone that has changed little in the last decade.
And for the first time the iPhone is the best at multi-core too.
New glass backs too that enable wireless charging and twice the storage.
Does it have more surface area than the iPhone 8 Plus screen or less?
If you’re itching to purchase one of Apple’s newest smartphones, we’ve got the availability details for you.
How does Apple’s new bezel-less phone compares to some of Android’s best?
Some of the key regions that get the phone today include the US, Canada, Singapore, Korea and major European markets.
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The company officially announced that the sale lasted only 58 seconds.
Yesterday’s event brought a few overdue updates to the iPhone.
So far, the device’s benchmark outings revealed Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS.
The upgrades might seem marginal at first, but that’s only because most of the improvements are under the hood.
The charger in the box is not the fast charger you’re looking for.
The expected 40M units to be sold before the end of 2017 won’t be enough.
The tracker has improved battery life and tracking algorithm and goes for just $20.
That’s not a five, mind you, but a ‘V’ for Verizon.
The company released a long list of tech firsts on Android devices, mocking the lack of them in Apple phones.
The most expensive component is the OLED from Samsung that costs $80.
By launching its flagship at the same day and at a lower price, LG hopes to get an edge over its rival neighbour.
We demystify some of the confusion and clear the air around this technology everyone is talking about.
TENAA has revealed the sizes of the batteries and the RAM.
It was certified by TENAA yesterday with dual cameras both on the front and on the back.
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The rumor mill brought us fake fingerprint scanners, non-existent colors and wrong names for the phones.
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