The newly announced Samsung and Xiaomi flagships dominate the chart this week.
The Galaxy S20 trio shares many features, though the camera on the Ultra has some exclusives. Also, the Z Flip changes the game with UTG.
An upgrade to the Snapdragon 765G chipset could have made fans embrace the X2 a little more lovingly.
The TENAA listing paints a successor to the Nokia 220 4G.
The Korean tech giant is also working on Galaxy A51 5G.
The company hasn't yet specified a new date for the unveiling of the smartphone with a 144Hz screen.
Meanwhile, both Amazon and Flipkart have put up landing pages for the phone, which is to be announced in India on March 2.
The Facebook Lite for Android app has gotten a dark mode toggle, the main app can't not be next.
The smartphone will be unveiled on February 25.
Back panel removal allows quick access to most of the components, screen replacement takes quite a few steps.
The trio will go on sale in India from March 6.
Apple would rather not settle for a Qualcomm-made 5G antenna, according to a report.
A YouTuber broke the news based on a CAD render. The design sure is… unique.
Oddly enough the OnePlus 7T is left out, at least for now.
The phone is even more affordable than usual.