The past seven days brought confirmation of the ongoing negotiations between the troubled HTC and Google. The Android maker agreed to acquire parts of the Taiwanese company’s smartphone business to boost its Pixel lineup in a deal worth $1.1 billion.
Meizu and Huawei announced a couple of mid-rangers – the M6 and Maimang 6, respectively. vivo had a couple of more interesting devices to show – the X20 and X20a.
In camp Apple the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus officially went on sale, while DxO completed its review of the iPhone 8 duo. The Sony Xperia XZ Premium also got its own DxO test published.
The smaller model will reprise the pricing of its predecessor, but the bigger phone is getting more expensive.
HTC and Google have reached a deal where HTC employees will join Google and the company will have access to HTCs intellectual property.
The device carries a tag of CNY 2,399, which currently translates into around $365.
This photographer shot hundreds of pictures with an iPhone 8 Plus while touring in India.
Razor-thin side bezels keep this large-screened phone compact.
The iPhone 8 Plus is the current holder of the gold medal, while its smaller sibling takes silver.
Sonys latest flagship smartphone isnt impressing DxOMark in the camera department.
According to a new report, HMD has confirmed that the variant will be made available in Europe (Germany, specifically) next month on October 20
We saw it in a glance at IFA 2017 and now it arrives for our complete review.
The regular version costs between $653 and $850, while the Pro can set you back up to $1100.
The early reviews are in – here’s the scoop.
HTC will sell the phone division to Google, claim sources with insider info. Vive stays put.
Oddly enough, this is a feature, not a bug – if you want Wi-Fi or Bluetooth fully off, you need to go to Settings.
The handset carries a starting price tag of CNY 699, which currently translates into around $105.
“This achievement marks an industry first, and is a key milestone for Xiaomi India,” the company said.
ZTE calls this “Full View Display 2.1”, suggesting that handsets like the Mi Mix 2 are slightly behind.
It’ll first be available in the company’s home country of South Korea, something which will happen this week.
Such a ‘full screen’ device would be quite the departure from the bezel-heavy U11.
The company’s newest smartphones arrive only a few months after their predecessors.
Finding the anniversary iPhone might be a hard task.
It’s the first in the Maimang series to be rebranded Mate, but with its four cameras and near bezel-less front, it’s probably worthy of that name.
Spoiler alert: It survives
Just yesterday we saw a bunch of press renders for it, and now we’re already treated to a video of a live unit.
The limited edition device will go on sale next week on September 29.
The confirmation came in the form of a tweet which revealed October 3 as the date.