Like the week prior, this one was dominated by the incoming OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro. The pair is due on May 14 and OnePlus is constantly posting teasers to hype up its arrival.
Among these teasers were a few camera samples released from an early review unit and then we got an official teaser from OnePlus' Twitter account showing a bird captured from an ultra-wide, regular and telephoto lenese. We saw a printed ad for the OnePlus 7 Pro in the New York Times, too, teasing no bezel and no notch and hinting at the pop-up selfie camera.
The Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL will arrive on May 8 and will get their unveil at Google's I/O the day before. And in proper Google fashion, we already know most about the two phones through leaks.
They'll come in White, Purple and Black, with 5.6-inch and 6.0-inch displays, 3,000mAh and 3,700mAh batteries and will carry the 12.2MP main and 8MP regular selfie cameras of the more expensive Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. There will be no wide selfie cameras, though, and chipsets are downgraded to Snapdragon 670 and 710.
We saw Redmi's next phone this week. It was wrongly named Redmi X but Redmi GM Lu Weibing clarified that that name is not real, although the phone is. Unlike Redmi, Realme's next phone will be called the Realme X, and it too is coming soon.
Asus teased the Zenfone 6 with no notch and no bezels and Counterpoint shared that the iPhone X was the best-selling phone in the world for 2018.
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The vanilla will have dual cameras, the Pro variant will have a triple setup.
The phone may not be official yet, but some publications are intriguingly getting their hands on it.
Four out of the six top brands in number of shipments for Q1 are Chinese brands and the industry is seeing a steady decline, overall.
The ad teases the new triple camera and the new pop-up selfie camera.
Swiss operator Sunrise will carry three 5G phones from the get-go.
The phone looks a lot like the Mi 9 with its gray back panel that appears to be made of glass.
It's all set to be unveiled on May 14.
The OnePlus 7 Pro will be able to challenge all the big boys.
A landing page appeared at the Indian online retailer Flipkart.
The device is second in China, trailing behind the Oppo R15, no Huawei smartphones in sight.
The company will unveil its latest high-end phone on May 16.
Both these smartphones will have similar hardware.
The chip will be manufactured on the TSMC’s 7nm EUV process.
At this rate there won't be anything left to leak come May 14, the date of the official announcement.
Only 11 people pledged $15,005 out of the $1.2 million goal.
The new video has a few quick shots of the phone in question.
Obviously, HTC did something wrong.. I personally havent seen anything extraordinary about the phones, but the price they were asking..
Shame to see these mediocre new phone companies flooding the market with their devices. Sad to see established companies like HTC practically no more.