It's that time of the week again when we look back at what you found most interesting during the past few days.
Yet again, the Galaxy Note 5 seems to be the most prevalent presence on the list. Samsung's upcoming phablet continues to captivate the mobile realm and with its announcement just a couple of weeks or so away, it seems to be on everybody's minds. We are still uncovering pieces of the Note 5 puzzle, a lot of which are open to debate. Hopefully, everything will be cleared up come August 13 when we should finally see the Note 5 in the flesh.
Rumors also hint at another devices that should debut alongside the latest of Samsung's Note series. It is dubbed the Galaxy S6 edge+ and could actually turn out to be real, judging by all the leaks and photos. Meanwhile, the new Galaxy Tab S2 tablets quickly made their way through the rumor mill this week and are now official.
But Samsung isn't the only one fueling fan excitement. The new Moto G (3rd gen) has been frequenting the rumor mill and we really can't wait to see what Motorola has managed to achieve with the latest iteration of its legendary budget device. Prospects are exciting indeed, with speculations of a new Snapdragon 610 SoC, 2GB of RAM, as well as Moto Maker eligibility for the handset.
Naturally, we haven't forgotten about the OnePlus 2 either. After a few exhausting weeks of viral marketing and learning little bits and pieces of the upcoming phone, a trip to TENAA finally put an end to the company’s tease, revealing the design of the smartphone. It has quite a few new elements to offer and we are interested to see how fans of the OnePlus 2's predecessor respond to the changes.
In other news, Sony is allegedly working on two new high-end Xperia devices - the S60 and S70. Also, Microsoft is developing at least three new Lumia devices, if not more - the Lumia 550, 750 and 850. The popular YU Yureka Plus also received a significant hardware update recently.
If you think you might have missed something from the week, here is a list of the hottest topics in the tech world.
The upcoming phablet is reported by Korean media to launch ahead of established practice, retains the coveted storage expansion.
The device has also been spotted entering India for testing, hinting at imminent release.
A traditional facade with thinner bezels for the Note, while the S6 edge+ is a scaled up S6 edge.
The new phone comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD display and a new 13 megapixel Sony IMX214 sensor.
The benchmark might finally reveal what the eagerly-anticipate handset has managed to squeeze out of the Snapdragon 810.
The bigger, phablet version of the S6 edge shows its size in a couple of new leaked images.
The successor of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to debut next month, on August 12.
In yet another leak about the upcoming Motorola mid-ranger we have some more specs confirmed.
In terms of specifications, there isn't much known yet, except that both handsets will come with 32GB of internal memory.
This time around a Swiss company has jumped the gun and given us a lot of details about the smartphone.
Pretty damn good, that's what it looks like.
The initial price of €199 has since been removed, specs still point to a Snapdragon 410.
A Zauba customs listing points to 2GB or RAM after all, price is quoted at around $240.
The maker of mobile accessories took the wraps off a battery case that adds a microSD card slot to Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. Dubbed Offgrid, the accessory is currently available for $89.99...
Both variants will be available for purchase globally starting next month.
Sporting a bezel-free display, the Android Lollipop handset will be sold unlocked in the United States.
The Chinese certification authority has published a few shows of the device, revealing a lot of design changes.
Microsoft has at least three affordable Lumia smartphones in the pipeline - Lumia 550, 750 and 850.
Certain details about the handset have been leaked yesterday, but now we get the official full picture.
The device will be available via flash sale model, with the first sale set to take place at 2PM local time on July 28.
The device was made official late last month and is currently only available in China.
The successor of Moto X (2014) will make its official debut in less than a week, on July 28 in New York City.
A new leak confirms that the upcoming Moto G will be offered with many possible customizations.