When official announcements are scarce, leaksters arise. Such was the situation in Week 39 – the Google Pixel 2, the Samsung Galaxy A-series 2018 and the Huawei Mate 10 series popped up before their respective announcements.
The Essential PH-1 was supposed to be a breakthrough device, but apparently, the company sold only 5,000 devices since its launch.
Apple launched the iOS 11 and bugs started appearing. Cupertino issued a v11.0.1 update which supposedly fixes various issues.
On Thursday HMD Global finally brought us the Nokia 3310 with 3G support, meaning it will finally arrive in Japan, Korea, Singapore, the US and other countries that moved away from 2G networks.
Here’s what were the most read articles throughout the past week 39.
Apple took away the headphone jack, guess what Google will remove?
The fingerprint reader is still rather close to the camera, but the positioning is better than on the Note8.
This would spell the end of the OmniBalance design that is nearing its 5th year.
Despite its more compact body, the flagship iPhone doesn’t compromise on battery capacity.
Is the A11 Bionic chipset faster than the Snapdragon 835? UFS faster than NVMe?
The fingerprint reader is on the center vertical line, below the cameras.
Previously, this model was seen using Snapdragon 660 instead. The RAM capacity is different too.
Yes, both lenses will have f/1.6 aperture, unlike the V30 where it’s f/1.6 + f/1.9.
Replicating the Walter Mitty Longboard Scene reveals the full video recording capabilities of the V30.
The phone will appear in China tomorrow for the price of CNY2,799 or about $420.
Nokia Myanmar answered a question about the 2’s launch.
This is a phone that will keep mosquitoes away from you by using ultrasonic noise.
The V30 will be in stores in the US starting October 6, in the UK it will ship by November 1.
The phone is expected to be a bigger and more powerful version of the Redmi 5.
This would suggest that the flip phone is close to launch.
It hasn’t been a month since launch, but the initial numbers don’t look great.
We’re shown the device in all its glory in press renders.
Includes bug fixes and performance improvements.
The phone will finally be available in countries that left behind the 2G connection, including the US.