Week 19 of 2017 was a busy one with leaks coming from all directions. OnePlus was easily the company to make the most headlines as the pieces of the company’s upcoming 5 flagship puzzle start to fall into place.
Meanwhile, Samsung is preparing to relaunch the infamous Galaxy Note7 as a refurbished device, while the iPhone SE is also likely to get an updated 2017 version.
The only major announcement came from Qualcomm, which introduced its latest mid-range offerings - the Snapdragon 660 and Snapdragon 630. The first of those promises to bring premium performance to mid-range phones, while the second one is all about extending the battery life.
Check out the list of our most-popular articles of the week below.
Newly leaked sketches reveal how the OnePlus 5 could look like. We feel like something like this has happened before… hmm.
Korean insiders share rumors that the device might be half the price of the original Galaxy Note7.
The OnePlus 5 scored 1963 in the single core and 6687 in the multi-core tests.
We finally have confirmation from OnePlus about its upcoming major smartphone release.
It's said to feature Ion-X glass, the same material that adorns the display of the Apple Watch Sport.
The Xperia XZ Premium is among the first S835 smartphones, see how powerful it is.
It's right there in the name - this is Sony's most premium handset and we have it at the office.
Overall, it was surpassed only by the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in sales numbers for the period.
As for the reason, according to a OnePlus representative: being a small company, they want to focus only on one flagship device.
Successors to the Snapdragon 653 and the 626, respectively.
In this just in we handle Huawei's beautiful, silky glass and metal P10 Lite.
The Chinese company's latest top of the line smartphone stars in a comprehensive durability test.
The upcoming flagship device will become official on May 16.
New stock is on the way in some markets.
Although a bit hazy, the leaked images confirm things we already know: dual rear camera setup, and pink and gold color options.
That is nearly half the device's official price, which is $129.
The Google Play Store icon has been redesigned in the latest version of the app.
Plans to open 100 more Mi Homes across India in the next two years.
Carrier Videotron has the device listed on its website, and is offering it for CAD 319.95 (around $235) sans agreement.
The phone is available for pre-order for less than the previously announced $399.
The price of the portable battery is $60 and is now available in the United States.
You can already purchase the mid-range device from Amazon and Best Buy.
There's currently no information on whether or not other Canadian carriers are rolling out the update.
Not a lot of details have been outed by the benchmark, but this is still the first time we've seen a prototype Taimen doing such a thing.
The smaller S8 can be yours for $724.99, while for the larger S8+ you'll need to part with $824.99.
The listing reveals octa-core 1.4GHz processor and 5.5-inch HD display.