MWC is just around the corner, which explains why we are getting little in terms of new phone announcements these days - everybody is holding off so they can bring their A-game to the industry's largest event. This means our trending chart is reasonably stable, save for the stir caused by a particularly exciting rumored phone.
Like the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which even made the top last week on the back of a series of spicy leaks. It's down to third now, replaced in the lead by the Galaxy A51 and the Redmi Note 8 Pro.
In fourth we have the non-Pro half of the Note 8 family, which has just edged the Galaxy A71.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 replaces the Galaxy S20+ in the top 10, while the Oppo F15 makes its debut in seventh the week after its announcement.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro and Samsung Galaxy retain eight and ninth, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max returns to take the last available spot.
This leaves the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite without a spot and makes for a far more diversified top 10 compared to last week, when Samsung held 7 of the 10 positions.