It was a blessed week for new phone fans but seven days after MWC 2017 wrapped up things are starting to look familiar in our Trending Phones chart. We still have six new devices in the chart, but the first place is an old friend.
The ever-so-loved Galaxy J7 Prime leads ahead of the newly launched Galaxy A5 (2017). Moto G5 Plus completes the podium - a midranger worth noticing.
Looking at the rest of the chart there are some well-known faces like the Redmi Note 4 with Snapdragon 625 and the Oppo F1s. Nokia 6 also lurks around and Galaxy S7 Edge makes another return to the top 10.
It may be 2017, but we see Motorola, BlackBerry, and Nokia in the same chart once again. That’s right - BlackBerry Aurora was announced in Malaysia and it totally snatched your attention, rocketing the device to 6th place in its first week.
answer is simple. most of the visitors here are from mera india
GSMArena should post the visitors origin country tabulated in a map.. It should be interesting because some of these most popular phones are apparently not even available in my region