The OnePlus 5 hype finally reached its peak this week as the handset got its official debut. It's no surprise then that it completely dominated the headlines over the past few days.
LG also had an announcement this week, introducing the G6+ - a wireless charging-enabled version of its flagship with extra storage.
A pair of upcoming Samsung phablets also gathered interest - the refurbished Galaxy Note7 and the flagship Galaxy Note8 are drawing near and rumors are understandably intensifying.
The way it cheats is similar but not quite the same as the OnePlus 3 before it.
It's revealed to have a solid construction overall, but there are some weak spots too.
The regular G6 got a major firmware update too.
The information comes alongside a new picture showing part of the phone's back, including the dual camera module.
No mention of the price - that we will learn tomorrow.
A new comprehensive leak brings us a lot of details about Samsung's next top of the line smartphone.
Snapdragon 835 is coupled with more RAM and faster UFS storage. And the headphone jack lives on!
The phone will come with 3068 mAh battery and will cost between $290 and $310.
Available from Mi.com starting June 20.
Not bad for a phone that's back from the dead.
The device was certified in China, revealing a new addition to the color gamma of Slate Gray and Midnight Black.
Carl Pei & co. still claim the flagship offers "2x lossless zoom" (though not optical).
The featurephone falls victim to keys, while the screen melts in seconds.
Much has been said about the new flagship, time to finally see it.
A letter to the FCC shows the end of the TA-1004, replaced by the TA-1012.
Expected to start at INR 32,999 ($512).
Get your pitchforks ready, people - this one has already annoyed quite a few users of the app, both on Android and iOS.
Huawei relied more on glue than on screws, so disassembly is possible, but reassembly can be tough.
So far, rumors said the handset will pack in a 3,300mAh battery.
You'll be able to use the service on "Android versions 2.3.7 and older" till February 1, 2020.
That's a bit later than the early August when the ill-fated Galaxy Note7 was officially announced last year.
Did the thinner body make the phone bend more easily? Is Gorilla Glass 5 tougher?
Mostly rumors, but also a few official teasers from the OnePlus leadership.
WhatsApp's Blackberry client has started receiving a new update, with change-log clearly saying: changed client end-of-life date to December 31, 2017.
Sony joins the affordable race with a beautiful, but an underperforming phone.
Stability and performance-related improvements as well as the latest security patch.
Well, definitely there is so much to say, but basically yes it was another interesting week.
Unless they revert the features they killed with G6 it's not a plus model. Nobody cares about the glass back, most wear it a case anyway. Many care about having the capacity to never charge your phone, it's the lifeblood of infinite autonomy. ...
Didn't even notice the g6+. It's good that they add those features, but qi should be standard with glass backed phones