There are weeks when the attention gets shared between various smartphones and then there are weeks when a single one stands in the spotlight. Well, the latter was the case these past few days, and it was the OnePlus 3 that took center stage. Final leaks leading up to the launch, official announcement and then initial impressions - you were eager to read it all.
Despite all the clamor around the 3, though, the announcement of iOS 10 didn't go unnoticed. Updated interface, new Siri features, improved keyboard, the list goes on.
A few other announcements took place over the last week - a bunch of LG phones, some of which we've already seen, yet others that only come out now with barely any official specs. Not as mysterious, the Xiaomi Redmi 3s got unveiled, and so did the Meizu m3s.
As for rumors, it's the usual suspects there - the iPhone 7 might have a capacitive home key, while the Galaxy Note7 has been seemingly confirmed to sport a dual-edged display. Additionally, Samsung's high-end phablet is due to be announced on August 2, if a leaked event poster is the real deal.
OnePlus 3 has been revealed in full at Amazon India ahead of its announcement, costs $415.
Apple iOS 10 is coming this fall free for every compatible device.
LG teased a few details about it and the LG X max, but much of the specifications are still unknown.
The updated also brings about new RAM and storage options.
OnePlus 3 is going to be unveiled tomorrow, but it was caught in the wild once again.
We all know that bigger numbers look great on promotional materials and there is generally nothing wrong with getting more RAM, storage and other resources for your cash. However, if you are old enoug...
OnePlus releases camera samples of one of the most anticipated device of the year. Let the camera samples speak for themselves.
Samsung has already patented a feature that lets users write on the edged display.
It will presumably use an ultrasonic fingerprint reader to continue its current duties.
Revealed in a Reddit AMA with the team behind the new flagship.
A seemingly see-through smartphone has been officially teased by the company.
A 720p 5-incher, the new smartphone gets a minor bump in battery capacity.
6GB has already been conquered, now we look forward to another couple of gigs.
Three words: No App Drawer.
The event will be held in New York, live stream on YouTube too.
The smartphone has finally been made official, and it will become available in mere hours.
Will be available on Amazon.
The update is OTA, but impatient folk can go the manual way.
Priced at around $104.
The device was launched last month in China, where it carries a price tag of $230 for the base model and $300 for the top version.