Xiaomi totally dominated our trending chart two weeks ago, but it's lost some ground since. Still, the Chinese maker has the top two spots covered thanks to the Redmi Note 8 Pro and the Redmi Note 8.
In third we have a new entry - the return of the Motorola Razr finally got people talking. The vertically foldable phone has somewhat disappointing internals given its $1,500 price tag, but there's no denying the coolness of its design.
Then we have the Realme X2 Pro, the first flagship by the emerging brand using its Indian launch to rise up to fourth. Following it closely is another Realme - the newly announced 5s - which sits at the opposite end of the company's portfolio.
The yet-to-be-announced Galaxy A51 once more makes the top 10 - an amazing achievement for a mid-ranger that's still months away from its market launch.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is now down is seventh, ahead of another phone that we've only seen in teasers - Huawei nova 6.
The second Samsung phone on the chart is the Galaxy A50, which is all the way down in ninth. Does the longest standing member of the top 10 have what it takes to stick a while longer or is it streak finally coming to an end? We'll know in the weeks to come.
The last spot goes to the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro - the Chinese version of the Mi Note 10. Interestingly enough the Mi Note 10 Pro dropped off entirely, along with the one-hit wonder that was the HTC Desire 19s and the Realme 5 Pro.