The HTC 10 was announced earlier this week and there's no way you could have missed it. On the odd chance you have, you can bring yourself up to speed here in our weekly recap, where the 10 is prominently featured.
It didn't go without a bit of controversy, as HTC also made official a second, lower-specced model - the 10 Lifestyle. Product diversity is all good, but initial signs pointed that some markets may be getting just the Lifestyle and not the proper 10, and said markets protested. A few quiet updates of HTC product pages and some emails later, and the HTC 10 may actually make it to India, after all.
The Meizu Pro 6 was also unveiled this week, but it did get somewhat overshadowed by the HTC 10. It's a solid phone with a 5.2-inch AMOLED display, Helio X25 and 21MP primary camera, though some might wonder if it's actually an upgrade over the Pro 5, or the other way around.
Android N Developer Preview 2 was released this week and Samsung happened to accidentally reveal its version number. The Galaxy Note 6was tipped to come with a Snapdragon 823 chip inside, an alleged Xperia C6 got leaked, and a ZUK Z2 Pro launch is expected to take place next week.
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The new model features on a premium multimedia experience.
Snapdragon 652 instead of 820, 3GB of RAM and Cat. 6LTE. Same cameras, at least.
Prices start at $700 and go up from there.
The memory configuration has also been changed from 3GB/32GB to 4GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB.
DxOmark has published an overview of the camera of the just-announced HTC 10, and it immediately takes top spot.
KDDI-only for now, sorry folks.
In a surprise move Meizu went smaller than the 5.7" PRO 5.
We came up with a puzzle for you to solve yesterday and here's the answer.
Packs a 5.5-inch QHD display, octa-core processor, 3GB RAM, and 21 MP camera for around $300.
No big surprises here - the leak reveals Android N will be version 7.0.
The rumor also suggests a 25MP camera for the device.
To do so, 3DMark Slingshot and Geekbench 3 do the heavy lifting, while an app monitors the temperatures reported by the phones' sensors and an external thermometer keeps an eye on readings.
The leaked images show a phone with very thin side bezels and a large front shooter with flash.
It comes with an assortment of new features, bug fixes, and performance enhancements.
The smartphone is going to become official in just a couple of days, on April 13.
This surprising discovery has been made courtesy of the packaging of the new LG Quick Cover case.
At least two of the three smartphones will become available on April 15 at both of Sprint's two prepaid brands.
The device is said to sport a full HD display, and come in 3GB as well as 4GB RAM options.