The mobile world is slowly getting settled back to normal after MWC and our news section over the past week reflects that. With the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 out of the way the 4-inch iPhone 5se has returned to the top of our hot topics, now unboxed for the camera.
Various Xiaomi-related events happened during the week, and you were pretty interested in reading about those. Most notably, the Redmi Note 3 was launched on the Indian market, but also the Mi 5 reportedly gathered 14 million registrations for its first sale.
In a world's first, the Vivo Xplay 5 Elite broke the 4-gig RAM barrier, and will be offered with 6GB of operating memory, putting some budget laptops to shame. HTC's next flagship was supposedly going to be called M10, then it wasn't, a teaser was released, and a camera sample leaked. The Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro was spotted on AnTuTu, revealing specs, and the Huawei P9 also showed up on a couple of occasions.
Android N screenshots revealed some of the upcoming changes in Google's next OS version, while the current Marshmallow, coupled with TouchWiz, uses 8 gigs of your 32GB Galaxy S7 storage - made a much bigger deal in the comments, than it actually is.
Aaand we're back to the Galaxy S7/S7 edge, which broke pre-order records, started shipping earlier than promised, got torn down, and went through some torture tests. Oh, and also feature QuickCharge 2.0, unlike the LG G5 which gets Qualcomm's 3.0 version of the charging tech.
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The iPhone 5se is rumored to be announced later this month and go on sale shortly after.
Comes with a brand new Snapdragon 650 processor and a massive 4050mAh battery.
All metal Vivo Xplay 5 and Vivo Xplay 5 Elite go official, both feature dual-curved displays.
The sale begins tomorrow - 10AM China time.
The Galaxy S7 edge is better liked with 64% of customers opting for one.
Qualcomm's website states that Samsung's flagship is stuck on the older-gen charging tech.
EXIF data of the lone image reads HTC_M10h, 9MP in 16:9 ratio suggests a 12MP 4:3 sensor.
An early Galaxy S7 edge owner posts screen shots of the largely-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S7 edge's UI and software features.
At least, 8GB of Galaxy S7's storage are occupied by the OS and the launcher.
Company's first Redmi phone with metal body and fingerprint sensor.
New mockups describe early Android N screenshots which bring along new UI elements, animations, transitions and redesigned notifications and toggles.
In it, the Taiwanese company boasts that it's hard at work finding ways to make smartphones even better.
A 16MP/8MP camera duo and 4 gigs of RAM is what you'd be getting over the regular A9.
Evan Blass wrote a piece with leaked photos of the Huawei P9 with close-ups of the camera, display, underside and rear of the device, complete with new specs of the device.
Remember #bendgate? It was all the rage back in 2014, after Apple released the rather bendable iPhone 6 Plus. Ever since that point, some people have taken to constantly testing new phones for such be...
Qualcomm leads the chip race, followed by Apple, MediaTek, and Samsung.
Shows redesigned interface and new hamburger menu.
New live pictures and specs of the long rumored Vivo Xplay 5 leak online.
Two of the three handsets in the newly unveiled Xperia X family are now up for grabs in the UK.
While the Samsung Galaxy S7 got its first teardown last month, now it's time for the curvy S7 edge to receive the exact same treatment. The folks over at Chipworks have done the deed this time around,...
want to see nokia again and yes mwc 2016 is very successfull with great smartphones
but APPLE iphones R No 1
First position Sony, Xiaomi, LG. Second position Meizu,Vivo, Samsung....the third position .... others.:)))