It's been six consecutive weeks now that the Samsung Galaxy S8 has led our interest chart. The Korean flagship is also showing no signs of slowing down, having nearly twice the daily hits of the second placed handset, which this week is the Galaxy J7 Prime.
The Xiaomi Mi 6 lost some of its initial hype and rolled down to fourth, so the Samsung mid-ranger was able to snatch the silver medal this time. Somewhat surprisingly the Redmi Note 4 is the third device on the podium both the Mi 6 and the Samsung Galaxy S8+ since last week.
The Galaxy S8+ has actually lost two positions and is now in sixth - right behind a new entry on the chart. The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is about to launch in Europe and naturally interest in it is picking up, which helped it snatch the fifth spot.
Going further down the list, the entry-level Xioami Redmi 4a holds seventh ahead of the Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) and the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.
The final spot in the Top 10 goes to the iPhone 6 - Apple announced a few price cuts across different markets for its 2014 flagship and they seem to be working out. It's also the oldest phone on the chart by more than a year.