It was an eventful last 3 months, there's no denying that. What some people called the 'best phone, period' went up in flames - in an unprecedented turn of events Samsung recalled all Galaxy Note7 units it had sold and ceased production altogether.
It wasn't all bad, obviously. Google released the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, the first Phones by Google, aimed squarely at the iPhone. Watch out, Samsung!
Speaking of iPhones, we discovered that the base 32GB versions are fitted with slower storage chips. What's that about, Apple?
Xiaomi had scheduled a press event to announce the Mi Note 2, and who would have thought that the flagship wouldn't be the star of the show? Well, if was the Mi Mix that showed up on stage and everyone forgot about the Note. Concept-phone-turned-reality, the 6.4-inch borderless dream of a smartphone turned out not to be just as borderless as initially advertised, but oh my, is it stunning!
Production ends worldwide.
Samsung was too aggressive in its internal design margins, leaving no room for the phone's safe battery operation.
These have more Google genes than even the Nexus phones before them.
91.3% screen-to-body ratio and Snapdragon 821 make this a truly impressive phone.
No, it's not 91.3%, but that doesn't temper our love for the impressive phone.
Our recent tests as part of the iPhone 7 Plus review revealed that the 32GB model scores substantially worse in read/write speeds than the bigger storage versions.
This time the confirmation comes straight from Nokia's official slides created for its Capital Markets Day presentation.
The phone appears to have a mid-range specs sheet and runs of Android 7.0 Nougat.
The announcement regarding the update has been made by Motorola on its India website.
Priced at INR 18,490 ($275) in India, the smartphone comes with a couple of f/1.9 cameras front and back, fingerprint sensor too.