Japan-exclusive LG V34 is all the G5 should have been, an iPhone catches fire, Google Pixel reviews galore.
Same ol', same ol' on the podium, Redmi 3s Prime climbs 3 spots, Honor 8 joins the race.
A lot less than the initially rumored $845, yet more than what we heard last time.
Codenamed Long Island, the smartphone has been designed with Google Daydream in mind.
The leak comes in the form of a T-Mobile training guide for the Windows 10-powered device.
Latest reports say the phone could feature a polycarbonate body instead of a metal one.
Another tip from @evleaks.
Courtesy of @evleaks, the image highlights the Leica-branded dual camera, Type-C port too.
The update also includes several other improvements such as those related to camera and volume.
The update brings Android security patch for the month of July.
A new leak shows a possible, yet likely release date for the unannounced BlackBerry device.
However, right now this configuration is only available to small and medium business customers.
The one-off modular experiment didn't work out for the G5, so LG is dropping it completely.
The two carriers have finally joined AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon in offering LG's latest flagship.
The handset has so far only been launched in China.
The device (32GB model) will carry a price tag of SGD 1,098 ($787).
Xiaomi is teasing the upcoming flagship phablet in anticipation of Tuesday's event.
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