Three of the most anticipated phones of 2015 were unveiled at the MWC, which naturally caused a stir in our Top 10 trending chart. The trio climbed to the top and interestingly pulled in the iPhone 6 along. These changes disrupted Samsung's hegemony from last week when the company's handsets occupied 9 out of 10 spots.
The Top 10 trending phones chart is a recap list of the devices that gathered the most hits throughout the week. In other words, the chart represents the interests of the majority of you, our visitors, and is an indication of what currently interests you.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 was pretty popular in the rumor mill but it became king of the hill after it went official. The Galaxy S6 edge has taken over its former second position. The HTC One M9 quickly climbed to third place so the S6 duo doesnít have time to rest.
The Apple iPhone 6 is crashing the Android party and is now in 7th position, having been outside the Top 10. We guess the new metal-clad Android flagships, the Galaxy S6 and One M9, spurred a lot of comparisons with Apple's aluminum-clothed darling.
Interestingly, there's another newcomer, the Samsung Galaxy E7. A mid-range alternative to the Galaxy A7. The 5.5" phablet has been around since February so this was a slow burn