Continuing our walk down memory lane, we inevitably get to the unveiling of Moto G4 and G4 Plus. A few generations on, the Moto G lives on, even if the initial exceptional value for money seemed to drop with every consecutive release. We did happen to have a quick hands-on with the G4 Plus too, and that was also a hugely popular article back in May.
There were also the Moto Z and Moto Z Force in this quarter - a couple of flagships, one - extra thin, the other - shatterproof. But that doesn't even begin to describe the most interesting bit about them - via snap-on MotoMods the Moto Zs could become a boombox, a portable projector or a 10x zoom point-and-shoot. Or you could just add a battery back.
A few days later, the OnePlus 3 went official - the original one, and not the 3T of late. OnePlus releases are always a big deal, and this one was no different, easily making it to the top stories of Q2 list.
It was a time of Marshmallow updates for some important phones too - the news about Android 6.0 on the Zenfone 2 and Galaxy Note 4 had people flocking to read the details.
We also got our hands on a few exclusive iPhone 7 renders - yes, in May! - and they were very much right on the money.
The Moto G4 Plus has a 16MP camera with Hybrid AF. Both phones have faster chipsets and more memory than the 3rd generation Gs.
After a long round of rumors, the eagerly anticipated Lenovo Moto G4 and G4 Plus were just announced at a dedicated event.
OnePlus 3 has been revealed in full at Amazon India ahead of its announcement, costs $415.
The Moto Z is just 5.2mm thin, while the Z Force sports a 3,500 mAh battery, and they both support MotoMod accessories.
Power saving mode and Google Now no longer in conflict, file saving to microSD cards should be trouble free now, others too.
Metal bodies, fast cameras, and RAM for days.
The update is OTA, but impatient folk can go the manual way.
Tips came in from Poland, India and the US, still no luck for the unit we have at the office.
The renders you see below are based on actual 3D technical drawings of the upcoming iPhone 7
It has a large 5.7" QHD screen. Joining it are the smaller 5.5" LeEco Le 2 and Le 2 Pro.