We have a third different leader in as many weeks in our top 10 trending chart as the Nokia 6 makes a return to the top.
The highest-standing member of the HMD lineup hasn't so much increased in popularity as it has retained its interest and took advantage of those around it slipping.
Last week's winner Galaxy J7 Max dropped all the way to sixth, while its J7 Pro sibling shot up from ninth to second.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is another phone to gain positions and completes the podium, elbowing out the OnePlus 5.
The Xiaomi Redmi 4 kept going down and is now eight, ahead of the new entry Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017). The final spot goes to the Motorola Moto E4 Plus, while the Nokia 3 dropped off.
actually it's a pretty logical No 1, because most of the world IS poor, most people don't have 700 USD for an XZ Premium, U11 or S8+ or Iphone, most of them buy cheap entry level devices so yeah there you have it
Snapdragon 430 with Adreno 505 (GPU) and it is on No. 1 in ranking, good joke.
Hmd global could have done better spec for asking price of the Nokia6