IFA is fast approaching (starts next week!) and we asked you which devices are you most excited about. The vote is pretty split, but then there are a lot of options.
The clear winner is the Sony Xperia XR - a proper 2016 flagship from Sony to replace the Z5. It got double the votes of the next closest competitor - so the demand is there, Sony better be on the ball (recently we found out there's an Xperia X Compact and an Xperia XZ in the works too).
Next, we have a tie - the Motorola matched with the LG G Flex 3. We've seen very few rumors about the G Flex 3 and LG is prepping to unveil the LG V20 outside of IFA - the first phone to launch with Android 7.0 Nougat. So, there's a good chance the G Flex 3 will stay a rumor.
There are more Moto leaks - some about a small Moto X (2016) and some about a cheaper Moto Z Play. Previous polls showed fans loved the Moto Z series, but with a lower price tag and same modular design, we can see why people are interested in the Z Play. Meanwhile, fans of small phones swear the original Moto X was the best phone ever.
There's a good chance Huawei will unveil either the Mate S2 or Mate 9, the latter being more likely. The rumors paint the Mate 9 as a large phone (5.9") that boosts P9's dual-camera setup to 20MP resolution.
We also had a couple of smartwatches, the Samsung Gear S3 dominating 4 to 1. The new Tizen-powered watch is a follow-up to last year's S2, which brought the clever rotating bezel design. The Asus Zenwatch 3, meanwhile, feels a little underappreciated - the Zenwatch 2 lacked a round option, but it was a good quality Android Wear watch on a budget.
Higher is better
Of course, there were dissidents in the comments, clamoring for an Android-powered Nokia to show up or for the mythical Microsoft Surface phone.
Dude let it go. No point in arguing with them. Not everyone can appreciate the Xperias.
Try to show them p9, as I already said it's compact and beautiful. Yes more refinrd than mate 8. If 3 of them are favouring mate 8, I m sure 6-10 of them will favour p9.
Gsmarena.com is not biased... I trust them. But when u saw xperia is losing you start blaming gsmarena.com. if they said somewhat otherwise you would have trust them... things shouldn't work like that way