It's due to be announced this Sunday at the Chinese company's press event in Barcelona.
A new report out of South Korea also reiterates the March 29 unveiling date for Samsung's next flagship.
Meizu's mCharge 4.0 is rumored to charge a smartphone battery in just 45 minutes.
Archos 101 Saphir is a rugged 10" tablet on the budget, to hit the shelves this June.
The device has 13 MP main camera and a 5MP front one with built-in real-time beautification technology.
A Gigabit LTE modem, beefy GPU and a strong focus on VR define this chip. It's not purely a phone chipset either, it will be used in cars as well.
Wang Feng won the title twice and demonstrates his impressive skills in this short video.
It will be slimmer and lighter though.
The spec sheet reveals a 6.2-inch QHD display or 6.1-inch if you account for the rounded corners.
This is what a recent report from the market research company says.
Also adds support for 15 new languages.
The keyboard looks quite sturdy and will likely double as a flip case.
The image suggests that Sony will ditch its logo on the front for a bigger display.
T-Mobile has the devices listed on its website for that price.
It's a big day for leaks of official-looking images of upcoming flagship smartphones, it seems.
This comes just a couple of days after the company outed some spec details about the phone's cameras.
It's still going to be based on Android Nougat, of course, like EMUI 5.0.