The news feed this week was filled with stories from Asian manufacturers. The biggest talking point is the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 6 that will see the light of day on April 19. Pricing, specs, benchmarks and the official launch date were among the top-read articles during the past seven days.
Huawei launched a big and powerful Enjoy 7 Plus, Galaxy S8 smashed pre-order records in South Korea, and Oppo R11 leaked in GFXBench database. Nokia is always a topic that gets you reading and this week wasnít an exception - Nokia 9ís alleged price is the most read article.
Another story that got you interested was a silver Nokia 6 that sold out in seconds, to the surprise of noone.
In return, it promises a dual camera with the iconic Zeiss brand plus flagship screen and chipset.
Just hours ahead of a supposed official announcement, the alleged pricing scheme for the Mi 6 duo is leaked, including the memory and RAM configurations.
A report adds some specs to the rumor pot. The new OnePlus device might feature the latest and greatest silicon from Qualcomm.
Xiaomi confirmed on Weibo that a successor of the Mi 5 will arrive tomorrow.
In the first two days, the S8 and S8+ scored more pre-orders than the S7 and Note7 combined (for the same period).
Unlike previous Enjoys, the 7 Plus boasts a 5.5" screen. The 4,000mAh battery sounds good too.
That's next Wednesday. There was some confusion with Lei Jun's teaser leading ус to think the Mi 6 will be unveiled today.
We take the Sony Xperia XZs for another spin at night.
Let the carnage begin.
The top of the line smartphone may get announced as soon as tomorrow.
You can grab any of these cases from Amazon at heavy discounts, courtesy of Spigen USA.
All variants of the Nokia 6 are in high demand in China. The silver model went on sale today at Chinese online retailer JD.com and sold out shortly after.
A new image of the already leaked phone was tweeted, confirming name and looks of the device.
No, it's not an alien invasion but a promo campaign.
A new leak purportedly reveals the pricing details for the yet-unannounced smartphone.
The chipset company countersues after it was hit with numerous lawsuits for overcharging manufacturers.
It's the successor to the similarly affordable Mi VR Play from last year.
The source also mentions a Sony IMX378 sensor for the main camera.
Oppo is getting serious about its photography. Also, the phone could be its first to launch with Nougat.
Windows Vista will no longer be supported with security updated from Microsoft.
Add a new notice: https://liliputing.com/2017/04/leeco-scraps-ecopass-subscription-videocloud-storagewarranty-service.html Seems that Leeco is quiting the US market (near official with this move) alongside the Indian one... Maybe this or next ...
Nokia 9 is last sources of hope in android devices
nokia 9 is the real monster. the ultimate android phone we've all been waiting and asking! release that kraken!