Another week and it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S7 stole the show yet again. This is definitely justifiable after the Korean giant finally set an official date for the MWC announcement – February 21, fueling fan interest even further. A pair of new models – the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge made their way through FCC, proving that at least one flat and one edged variant will be available in the US. We also managed to catch a glimpse of what is said to be the back design of the handset, which will apparently be disrupted only by a 0.8mm camera hump, much smaller than the one on the S6.
Speaking of camera humps, Apple has apparently taken the outcry of its fans to heart, as reports claim that the iPhone 7 will have a flat back. And while we are on the topic of Apple, the Cupertino giant will offer a wave of March 15 announcements, prior to the new iPhone 7 in September. The event should see the unveiling of the iPad Air 3 and a new 4-inch phone – the iPhone 5se.
The Xiaomi Mi 5 has also been a major topic of conversation throughout the week. The latest wave of leaks showcased the device in a GFXBench listing and offered a glimpse of its glass back panel. Windows fans can also rejoice, as the Xiaomi flagship will apparently have a Windows 10 variant as well.
In other news, the LG G5 camera setup was revealed in detail thanks to a case leak. Also, the Microsoft Lumia 850 has been featured in a few leaks and so has the Lumia 650.
The next flagship smartphone from Apple will launch later this year, having a design that will be mostly similar to its predecessor's.
As per the photo, Samsung intends to keep the glass design of its upcoming batch of flagships.
A dual-LED flash and likely a laser autofocus window peek from in between the two lenses.
As per usual, the FCC reveals some physical evidence of a phone's legal entry into the US. The Galaxy S7 is to be revealed on February 21 at MWC.
The latest addition to the little known OEM's lineup offers impressive value with a dual-SIM variant also available.
Functionality detailed on a company website, we're yet to see if the Koreans will go for a capital 'E' this time.
Aside from the OS, the Win 10 variant is said to be identical to its Android cousin.
The latest batch of leaks suggests Samsung made a lot of subtle changes to the back design of its upcoming flagship.
Alphabet, the parent company that owns Google, has surpassed Apple as the most valuable company in the world.
The event is scheduled to begin at 19:00 CET in Barcelona, just a day before MWC 2016 officially kicks off.
Comes with slight UI tweaks along with under the hood improvements.
The chip-maker says the issue only affects Android 4.4 KitKat devices.
Current phone-sized GPUs lag behind, only the iPhone 6s Plus and its PowerVR come close.
The part looks quite authentic, but could contradict previous rumors that the phone will have a curved back.
The device is powered by a Snapdragon 617 SoC with octa-core processor, and comes with 3GB RAM and 16GB expandable internal memory.
Microsoft is still under a lot of heat concerning the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. This time around, users are justifiably complaining about an improper sleep function on the devices, along with a ...
It's been spotted in the databases of two different benchmarks, and thus its specs have been outed.
The phone will fill in the sparse Windows 10 mid-range segment.
The new 4-inch smartphone and 9.7-inch tablet are to be joined by some refreshed accessories for the Apple Watch.
Under Google, Moto continued to post loses, but Lenovo is turning things around.
You'll be able to grab it online at HiHonor, Amazon.com and Newegg.com.
Available starting February 15.
Another industry source has re-shared the leaked shots from yesterday along with some extra renders for further believability.
Mediatek denies overheating issues in its latest chipset.
Most probably, the phone will go official at MWC 2016 at the end of the month.
so true LG could be big surprise this year :) ... while other two(apple and Samsung) spent time at aggressive marketing and trying their best to copy each other...LOL
lg is the one innovating at the moment
...and iphone 6 looks like htc... am I dreaming?