Another week has passed and so it's time to recap the major events to the tech scene from the last few days. As most of you surely know, the LG G4 is official and it delivers on everything the rumors promised. LG's flagship comes with a very distinctive style due to its genuine leather stitched back and very slightly curved display.
Sony has also had a major presence in the news this week. For anyone that might have missed it, the long-overdue Xperia Z4 was made official, but in a rather surprising fashion. Quietly launched in Japan the phone might lose the Z4 moniker on international markets, and instead be called the Z3+.
Blackberry also came out with a major surprise this week. Three mysterious new devices have leaked in photos and renders, including a very interesting slider with a double-edged touchscreen, much like the one on the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge.
In other news, after a lot of speculation, Nokia has officially denied plans to re-enter the smartphone market next year. The decision is still shrouded with a lot of controversy, though, so here's to hoping the legendary company will reconsider its retirement from smartphones.
If you think you might have missed something from the busy week, here is a list of what you, our readers, found most interesting in the tech world.
A massive battery too, a whopping 4,240mAh . The camera is rumored to have large pixels and OIS.
The main camera is a 16MP 1/2.6" unit behind f1.8 glass, comes with OIS and shoots 104MP panoramas.
Three mysterious new Blackberry devices have popped up in leaked photos.
Bearing the same internals and design, the Xperia Z3+ might be released without much fanfare.
LG G4 sports a brand new 16MP F/1.8 camera sensor, check the official camera samples here.
The numbers are SM-N920 and SM-G928 respectively, with a number of regional variations.
Recent rumors suggested that the Finnish company might release a smartphone at some point in 2016.
Chinese startup might be including a fingerprint sensor in the next flagship Mi 5.
Samsung may already be testing its custom Mongoose cores, which may end up in chips, as soon as next year.
Last week, there were reports that LG's upcoming flagship will be costlier than the S6.
Official renders debunk edge-to-edge speculations, as well as curved screen in the upcoming Oppo R7.
Samsung has detailed the exact contents of the software gift pack for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge.
The winner who makes the complete design set stands to win up to 100,000 INR ($1570).
The smartphone was launched in India a couple of weeks ago, and carries a price tag of $120.
The telecom regulator has revealed the contents and IDs of everyone who mailed regarding Net Neutrality
He also said that the company's smartphones will follow a naming convention similar to that of Apple's.
The VW820 that was spotted long ago in some ad network stats is real, according to LG's own website.
The event is set for 8:30AM PT and we expect to hear a lot of news about Windows 10 across devices.
The device is priced at at $129, and will be available via Tmall and Vmall online retailers in the country.
The Lenovo-owned company is now selling the device for $47 less than its usual price.
Strong iPhone and Mac sales, and record App Store performance, propelled Apple to its best Q2.
The LG G4 is already up for preorder and availability is set for some time around the end of May.