The OnePlus 5 was certainly the hottest name in our news section over the past week - the upcoming flagship easily dominated our list of best read articles. And that's despite the fact that we actually got official new hardware.
Samsung unveiled its Galaxy J5 (2017) and Galaxy J7 (2017) mid-rangers, while Oppo delivered the R11 and R11 Plus flagships.
Xiaomi added a new color to the Xiaomi Mi 6 palette, while Nokia kept holding local events for its 3,5,6 smartphones that are about to go on sale across the globe.
The company also confirmed the smartphone will come with a wide dynamic range microphone.
A report claims that the OnePlus 5 will be available in India with a starting price of INR 32,999.
On the top side of the back is where the resemblance is most obvious.
These stick close to Samsung's 2016 stylings and offer Nougat on a Super AMOLED screen.
Pete Lau posted the photo on Weibo, metadata reveals a 16 MP camera.
Moto’s three alleged dual-camera smartphones all get a price check.
The outgoing OnePlus 3/3T camera had an f/2.0 aperture. Also, check out this alleged screenshot.
The report notes the Snapdragon 836 chipset would be a slightly improved version of the Snapdragon 835 SoC.
The new 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch tablets come with powerful hardware upgrades and exclusive new iOS 11 features.
The first dual camera Samsung phone will have Snapdragon 660 and will cost around $515.
Only the Black and the Ceramic versions have been available until now (and the Ceramic sold out).
There's evidence about the cost of the upcoming OnePlus device, thanks to a Facebook contest.
You can now use Apple Pay over iMessage, make Siri translate to Chinese and navigate indoors.
The report notes that some other markets will also be getting these handsets soon, including the Philippines (June 8) and Vietnam (June 10).
OnePlus has already confirmed that the device will be officially announced on June 20.
Issues related to VoLTE and Android Auto connection have also been fixed.
Sales in China begin June 10, that's this Saturday. The official price has not been announced yte.
It looks like the much-hated invite system will be back for the next OnePlus smartphone.
Otherwise, not much has changed from its predecessor's specs, it seems.
And 6GB of RAM, other than that it has the same specs as the R11.
The smartphone will become available in the subcontinent on June 22.
The iPhone 8 is bigger than the 7, smaller than the 7 Plus. Also, the front bezel is quite unusual.
The offer is valid for purchases made from June 1 to June 30.
A new June 13 invite from HMD says let's "welcome a new era of Nokia smartphones."
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