Yet another week passed and it's time to recap the top stories from it to make sure you didn't miss anything important.
First and foremost, perhaps, is the Galaxy Note 5. Samsung has allegedly decided to launch the phablet ahead of schedule, so as to get a headstart over Apple. The next installment in the legendary Note line might also come with an odd sibling - one allegedly dubbed the Galaxy S6 edge Plus. That's rumored to be a 5.7-inch version of the current S6 edge flagship with slightly lower specs, but the convenience of larger screen.
Moving on to the Nexus devices will which allegedly come in a pair this year - one courtesy of LG and the other - Huawei. We have been hearing a lot about both, which promise true next-get performance. Coupled that with a pure-Android experience and you have a definite recipe for success, yet again.
The OnePlus 2 has been another frequent visitor in the rumor mill lately. The Chinese manufacturer is going strong with the teasers revealing some more specs about the second gen "flagship killer".
In other news, the Moto G might be making a return soon, with a brand new model and perhaps even some advanced features, more RAM and MotoMaker eligibility. Also, Xiaomi has been plotting something, which we will hopefully find more about come July 16.
If you think you might have missed something from the week, here is a list of the hottest topics in the tech world.
We got two new sets of renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
An alleged benchmark for the upcoming Nexus device reveals a truly powerful machine.
The high end offer from Samsung's metal A-series in now officially available in china.
Yet another render of the upcoming phablet has surfaced, confirming the basic control placement.
Thanks to yet another leak, we now have basically the full spec list for the upcoming Motorola Moto G.
A new rumor seemingly confirms what has been previously leaked about the RAM in the Note 5.
Interestingly, the rumor also says that both flagship smartphones will be made of polycarbonate, and not metal.
The Android phone is called the Marshall London and has every last audio goodie you can ask for, and then some more.
It is being said that the software giant could take the wraps off these handsets at this year's IFA in September.
In terms of unit sales, the Cupertino giant accounts for less than a fifth of all smartphones globally.
Verizon and AT&T variants of both handsets already have their FCC certifications with a release coming soon.
While the Galaxy J5 carries a price tag of around $190, the J7 will set you back $235.
The former industry heavyweight released an official statement that confirms its plans to return to making phones.
The leak also says that the handset will feature a fingerprint scanner.
Motorola will announce a set of new devices including the 3rd Gen Moto X and Moto G on July 28.
In addition, the South Korean company will also launch its mobile payments service Samsung Pay in the US on the same day.
Xiaomi posted some cryptic teaser pictures on Weibo, to unveil new device(s) on July 16.
The information comes courtesy of the company's CEO and is the latest grain of information about the handset.
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A new leak shows the upcoming Moto G complete with MotoMaker customized styling.
The two devices will likely borrow the front sensor from the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge.
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yea i know. every thing is just regurgitated at this point. ill just wait till next week when moto drops the their new devices.
Its like all the news stopped at a stand still. Nothing all day on all sites. weird.
Bring back Disqus.