Better late than never.
September 6 to be precise.
Bell, Telus, Wind, SaskTel, and Videotron are all now selling the Android-powered phone.
The phone's massive score hints at a Snapdragon 821 one again.
The poster suggests that a 15 minute charge is enough for the phone to run for a whopping 10 hours.
As expected, it includes last year's and current flagships from the S and Note lines. A pair of HTC phones as well.
The leak also confirms 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The device carries a price tag of $399.99.
The release comes just one day after the bigger Tab S model started receiving its Marshmallow treat.
The 6GB model that was supposedly headed to China is still nowhere to be seen.
A much sharper screen than the non-Plus Yoga Tab 3, much better chipset, many more improvements (allegedly).
Reports say the device could be the 2GB RAM variant of Xiaomi's upcoming Redmi 4 smartphone.
Assuming Sony even unveils them at IFA as rumored.
Comes with the same dual camera system as on the G5.
The industry source reaffirms rumors of an all display front panel on future iPhone models.
When asked "What product will Meizu release on September 5," Meizu's voice assistant says 1,799.
Motorola India is teasing a big battery phone on Twitter.
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