Another week has passed and, as it has become customary, we take a look back at what excited you, our readers, most during the past few days. Sony is still knee deep in the Xperia Z4 saga and, at this point, it almost feels like the Japanese company is deliberately mocking us. More photos of the elusive phone have surfaced, as well as a few camera samples, painting a picture of a device quite similar to its predecessor.
But the mobile world does have a lot of other announcements to discuss. HTC unveiled a new 5.2-inch smartphone, dubbed the One M9+. It combines the traditional styling of the Taiwanese company, we have grown accustomed to, with a couple of twists, most-notably - a physical home button, complete with fingerprint scanner and a revived dual-camera setup on the back.
LG also has a new device in store. The company's latest flagship - the G4 will adopt a bold look, with a stitched leather back. It will also come equipped with an f/1.8 aperture camera with laser focus, developed in-house. Huawei is also gearing up for a new release. The Huawei P8 will probably be powered by an improved Kirin 935 SoC.
In other news, the Asus ZenFone 2 is coming to both India and Malaysia in late April and the Microsoft Lumia 640 and 640 XL have already arrived on the emerging Indian market. Also, Oxygen OS, OnePlus's latest custom Android ROM, finally saw the light of day and is currently being enjoyed by OnePlus One owners. Naturally, Samsung also made the cut. The Korean tech giant is reportedly developing a brand new custom core architecture for the next Exynos chip line. The technology is codenamed "mongoose" and could extend the company's lead in the mobile processor front even further.
Sporting the model number E6553, the successor of Sony Xperia Z3 will debut this summer.
The curved screen of the Galaxy S6 edge cracks due to its unusual shape, even if the phone survives.
The Android 5.0.2-based build finally came out officially today, after a long wait.
The Lumia 640 is rumoured to be priced at $161 and the Lumia 640 XL at $226.
A new minor update for the high-end phablet brings stability improvements and Silent mode.
Fingerprint sensor comes integrated in the Home button and it runs HTC Sense 7 with Android Lollipop.
The magnetic connector is history, the power button and volume rocker are where expected.
The component will appear in the Korean giant’s next flagship smartphone this month.
The smartphone comes in familiar OmniBalance attire, will pack a Snapdragon 810 and 4GB of RAM.
A new rumor hints that Samsung will be using a custom core for its next Exynos chip.
The next-generation flagship is coming on April 28, may feature a leather back.
Android SDK manager gets the new Android 5.1.1 package to hint a quick update in the anvil.
The chamfered edges of the metal frame are the focus, a recessed power button raises questions.
According to Shanghai-based news outlet The Paper, half of the 1,000-strong audience was hired.
Production of the next generation Apple A9 SoC is expected commence manufacturing in South Korea.
Taiwanese company will introduce all three Intel mobile SoC powered models including the 4GB RAM one.
The Korean company's flagship phablet for Big Red is finally getting its first taste of Lollipop.
A new reports has it that Sony is working on a phablet to succeed the 6.44-inch Xperia Z Ultra.
The successor of Oppo Find 7 is expected to make its debut at some point in the near future.
Media invites are being sent out for the unveiling of three different ZenFone 2 models.
A new rumor hints that the upcoming Huawei P8 will be powered by a Kirin 935 SoC.
Actually Z4's rumors and leaked pics have been very inconsistent. The bumper case pics which you posted tell me that Z4's leaked pics aren't real. I'll just have to wait until the real one comes up
When xperia E1 II will launch
Z4 it is!!