Nougat for the Galaxy J5 (2016) brings the latest Experience 8.5.
Android 8.0 for Xperia is here with contextual shortcuts, smarter Xperia assist and more.
You get a choice of three colors - Gold, Pink and Black.
Pay with Google brings faster checkout to Android and Chrome.
"Larger screen. Same footprint." hints at the 18:9 screen fitted in the same chassis.
The OLED burn-in issue is being "actively investigated".
While the 100k figure indicates a decent level of interest, these are not actual pre-orders.
Retailers in Germany and the UK have started shipping the device.
This disproves previous reports of Snapdragon 630 chipset and Android 8.0 Oreo.
The Best Buy listing - which has since been taken down - not only revealed the device is US bound, but also gave away the phone's pricing.
Verizon's Gigabit LTE service will arrive later this year, but won't be available in all areas.
The device is no longer an Amazon-exclusive, as another major US retailer - Best Buy - has also started offering it.
Specifically, the $250 discount is on the Verizon variants of these handsets. Purchasing the AT&T Note8 or Galaxy S8/S8+ will save you $200.
Essential isn't forgetting its existing customers as well - they'll get a $200 Friends & Family code to use towards a new PH-1 unit or Essential 360 Camera.
Megapixels sold phones - more pixels = more sales. Now that is no longer the case. When did manufacturers hit a wall?
While there are four models with that name, it's mainly between the vanilla and the Pro... but the distribution of features is just so odd.