Motorola's Moto G is perhaps the company's most popular smartphone, and all three generations of it have been hugely successful, though it was the first one that made the greatest splash. Well, a new one seems to be headed the same path - the Moto G (4th gen), or possibly Moto G4, or Moto G4 Plus.
But even if the Moto G4 was the star in a few of our stories over the week, it was the LeEco Le Max 2 that shined the brightest. And with 6GB of RAM and a 21MP Sony IMX230 camera, we can see how this Snapdragon 820-powered 5.7-incher may be destined to succeed. Even more so with a price tag of $385.
Sony made headlines too. A potential 6-inch Xperia M Ultra was one of the reasons, while an alleged Xperia X Premium may come with an HDR display capable of producing more than a billion of colors and pumping out 1300nits of brightness.
Two more high profile launches took place, the ZUK Z2 Pro being one of them. Snapdragon 820 is the chip to have this year, and 6GB of RAM is the new 4GB - both checkboxes ticked on the Z2 Pro. The Nubia Z11 mini is more modest (Snapdragon 617, "only" 3GB of RAM), so the wait goes on for ZTE's true flagship from the Nubia brand this year.
Read more on the above, as well as a few other interesting stories from the week, by following the links below.
It has a large 5.7" QHD screen. Joining it are the smaller 5.5" LeEco Le 2 and Le 2 Pro.
What's more, the phone's screen will allegedly be the brightest ever, going up to 1,300 nits.
We also get a look at the back, which perhaps reveals Laser AF.
Although silent, the footage does show us a prototype 4th gen Moto G from all angles.
The image reveals a square-shaped fingerprint sensor on the front, and a camera setup with vertical strip design on the back.
The device will have 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory, and pack in a large 4,280mAh battery.
As for the launch markets, the report notes that the C series is expected to be exclusive to China.
This torture test tells us about the Xiaomi Mi 5 durability.
Samsung Spain currently has the device listed on its official website for €299.
Samsung Galaxy S and Note only, 2014 models need not apply.
This is the first time the Germany-based Leica is cooperating with a Chinese OEM.
It looks like the upcoming high-end phablet will have three different hardware versions.
5.2-inch AMOLED display and 128GB of storage, lower-specced version to be available later on.
The device was launched in India last month, and has only been made available through flash sales until now.
The 12" MacBook sports new rose gold color, 1.3GHz CPU option, whereas the 13" Air comes with 8GB of RAM as standard.
Design-wise, if you compare, the phone does look quite similar to the Chinese company's Mi 5 flagship.
The data is for March, 2016 and is collected by independent research firm Sino-MR.
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The phone will launch in China later this month.