The IFA congress brought a few cool announcements, but they came short of shaking up our top 10 trending phone chart. Perhaps we'll only feel the effects next week, but for now we still have the Xiaomi Pocophone F1, leading from the Galaxy Note9.
Below that the Oppo F9 has climbed to snatch the final podium spot, pushing the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro and the Mi A2 down in the process.
The Nokia 6.1 Plus retained sixth, while the Samsung Galaxy J6 and Huawei P Smart+ traded places and the J6 is now in front in seventh.
The Xiaomi Mi A2 moved up in ninth, while the Apple iPhone 6 made a shocking return to the chart to claim the last available spot. The clearance sales along with Apple fans due for an upgrade checking in before the 2018 batch of iPhones drops really did wonders for that one.
HMD Global is a Finnish company, based right next to the Nokia Headquarters, employing former Nokia employees and led by former Nokia leaders. Is it's production in China? Yes it is. So is Apple's.
Really? I have a 6 Plus and it lags a bit. I'm guessing it's that the price and performance ratio on a completely new one make it a worthy but
Because HMD Global is in effect a Chinese operation.