Another week is behind us and it certainly was a busy one. The news section was filled device announcements and intriguing leaks. Most of the tech world is still pretty much preoccupied with rumors on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. New renders, blueprints and alleged shots of the device surface practically on a daily basis and rumors, like iris scanner technology are definitely keeping suspense levels at an all-time high.
Still Motorola and its parent company Lenovo managed to steal the show with the announcement of the Moto Z duo, as well as the Lenovo Phab2 lineup. The Moto Z and Moto Z Force, which seems to take the place of the Moto X lineup as the brand's new flagship offers. Both feature respectable specs sheets, including a Snapdragon 820 SoC and a 5.5-inch QHD AMOLED display. Motorola also has another trick to spice things up with the new handsets, namely MotoMods - a new line of external modules that snap on to the Moto Z and deliver various added features, like extra battery, better sound quality or even a pico projector.
In other news, rumors about the OnePlus 3 are still flying in by the dozen and a few other device announcements also managed to slip through, including the Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro and the ZTE Nubia Z11.
The Moto Z is just 5.2mm thin, while the Z Force sports a 3,500 mAh battery, and they both support MotoMod accessories.
One of the two devices sports a 5-inch screen in folded form, with the display size increasing to as large as 8-inch when the handset is unfolded.
This time the alleged OnePlus handset is in grey.
The leak comes courtesy of @ShaiMizrachi, who has provided some credible information in the past.
A curved screen is a throwback to the Note Edge, but it's dual-curved as an S7 edge. There are a couple of surprises in store too.
There's talk that Samsung will skip over Note6 and go straight to 7. That's if you believe this image, of course.
The new batch of shots were also spotted on Weibo and leave little to the imagination.
Samsung may be enhancing the security level of the Galaxy Note7 with an iris scanner.
The device carries a price tag of around $150.
The 4MP night vision camera sees in the dark thanks to dual IR LEDs. The phone is made of stainless steel, but there's a 24K gold version planned too!
The phone packs a 4,000mAh battery and a shatter-resistant screen.
Prices start at $179 for the Le 2 and $345 for the Le Max 2.
Industry insiders speculate that the main focus of the event will be software updates across all Apple devices.
The device was unveiled back in April this year, but only the 4GB RAM variant has been available until now.
Snapdragon 820 will get to stretch its legs in the upcoming flagship.
The device was made official earlier this week, and is set to go on sale on June 7.
It comes with AR technology that helps it understand its surroundings, recognize places, and provide contextual information about what it sees.
OnePlus 3 is starring in yet another teaser, this time you can get a glimpse of its camera capabilities.
A prototype of the upcoming phone has been caught browsing the internet and its user agent says it's on Marshmallow.
The handset has a normal version and a "collector's edition" featuring Cristiano Ronaldo's autograph on the back.
The device carries a price tag of RMB 699 (around $105).
In addition to the Lenovo Phab2 Pro, the company also announced two more devices part of the Phab2 lineup.
The biggest unique selling point for the newly outed Moto Z and Moto Z Force has nothing to do with the devices themselves. That's because Lenovo thinks it can bring something entirely new to the smar...