Xiaomi is teasing the upcoming flagship phablet in anticipation of Tuesday's event.
One of the OnePlus designers has posted on their Weibo account using the device.
The Chinese company's VP Li Nan has dropped hints that the phone would be unveiled ahead of its November 11 launch.
The announcement regarding the update has been made by Motorola on its India website.
India sales of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have doubled ever since Samsung permanently discontinued the Galaxy Note7.
The update weighs in at over 21MB.
In the United States, the devices can either be purchased directly from Google or through Verizon and Best Buy.
Google has released the factory images for the Pixel and Pixel XL.
Apple iPhone 7 burns in a car in Australia.
The phone has been certified by TENAA back in August, so hopefully it launches soon.
The successor to the Axon Max from last year was leaked last week.
Samsung's added the Pro moniker to the device we've referred to as the C9 up until this point.
In the wake of the Galaxy Note7 battery fiasco, the company is looking at all possible suppliers, including its main Korean rival.
Priced at INR 18,490 ($275) in India, the smartphone comes with a couple of f/1.9 cameras front and back, fingerprint sensor too.
Leaked presentation slides show the Mi Note 2 will cost closer to $400 than the $800 earlier rumors insinuated.
The test is currently being carried out in Brazil, and the update weighs in at 953MB.
A 21MP main camera with OIS and a 13MP selfie cam bring the Ektra name from the 1940s into the digital world. Nostalgia aplenty.
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