One phone took most of the spotlight this week - the Xiaomi Mi 6 was finally unveiled. The device comes in 11 sweet colors, has a dual camera and the latest chipset Snapdragon 835. Qualcomm’s SoC also starred in another popular article - the benchmark comparison of Galaxy S8+ versions.
Other manufacturers also made headlines - ZTE unveiled Axon 7s, while HTC tested its upcoming U flagship.
Scroll down for the full list of the most interesting and trending articles in the past week.
Xiaomi finally took the wraps off the Mi 6 - it comes with a Snapdragon 835, 6GB of RAM.
The US variant of Samsung's latest flagship seems to fall short and we have the numbers to prove it.
The handset is also the star of a grainy hands-on video, and its specs have been listed one last time.
Correcting the phone's color display settings allegedly doesn't improve the situation.
Check out Samsung's newest flagship smartphone being put through some nasty torture testing.
The overall design may be an indication of what we are to expect from the Note8.
The huge phablet is likely to be unveiled at the company's event on April 19.
A laconic press release doesn't tell us much more. does it get the 6GB RAM/128GB storage upgrade? That's TBD.
This will be Samsung's first phone with dual cameras.
Although there has been no official developments surrounding the Mi Mix’s successor, the Mi Mix 2 was listed along with its specs and a mockup render.
The smartphone will be officially released at the beginning of June, but someone has already pawned a prototype.
A new smartphone has just been announced by the Japanese maker with top-of-the-line specs.
The leaked image comes courtesy of the usually reliable tipster Evan Blass (a.k.a @evleaks).
A TENAA listing for the newest Xiaomi flagship lists eleven different colors to choose from.
New server-side update for the Play Store totally improves how we see available updates and manage apps we barely use.
Chosen among 2,000+ competitors by an esteemed panel of judges.
These reveal that the smartphone will have a version with 4GB of RAM too.
OnePlus shows how a software update can make your footage better-looking.
Samsung's latest big flagship has only been able to receive a 4 out of 10 repairability score.
The announcement came in the form of a tweet that also includes a five second teaser along with the following tagline: "Squeeze for the Brilliant U."
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