Another week has passed and it's time to recap what was most exciting in the mobile realm. Action is definitely starting to pick up and rumors are giving way to exciting new device announcements.
This week awe had a few, with Motorola revealing the third generation Moto G and Moto X devices. Meanwhile OnePlus took the wraps off its new flagship called 2.
The Lava Pixel V1m which arrived this week as the ambassador to the second generation of Android One devices. The new specs sheet looks really promising and if it does indeed come close to the new Google reference guide lines, the Android One might just have what it takes to achieve the company's goal of reaching the next billion Android users.
And as for the phones we are still eagerly waiting for - there is undoubtedly the Galaxy Note 5, which has been flooding the rumor mill. The high-end phablet should be made official at an official Samsung Unpacked event of August 13, along with a beefier version of the S6 edge - the S6 edge+. The Sony Xperia C5 Ultra and the LG G Flex 3 are two other phones to look out for.
If you think you might have missed something from the week, here is a list of the hottest topics in the tech world.
The midranger comes with either 1GB RAM and 8GB storage or 2GB/16GB; Snapdragon 410, 13MP camera and IPx7 certification for both.
OnePlus 2 will be available to order in a number of key markets on August 11; more countries will follow later this year.
The flagship Moto X Style comes with a 5.7” QHD display and Snapdragon 808, the Moto X Play sports a 5.2” FullHD panel and runs on the S615.
The Korean giant’s next generation flagship phablet is expected to debut in the middle of next month.
The upcoming high-end phablet will also sport a 5.69-inch QHD touchscreen, and 32GB of built-in storage.
A new rumor now claims this model will join the Galaxy Note 5 in terms of RAM amount.
Past rumors suggest that the selfie-centric mid-ranger will make its official debut in August.
The upcoming high-end smartphone from China goes through the paces of the popular AnTuTu benchmark.
The OnePlus 2 is finally official and with a launch date of August 11, it is time to consider the price tag.
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A new Korean source says the upcoming phablet will still have a conventional pull-out S Pen mechanism.
Samsung's next entrant in the Note phablet line has been photographed from a lot of angles.
The ultra-compact component will likely make an appearance in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
The successors of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are expected to make their official debut in September.
The more affordable Samsung Galaxy S6 sibling is expected to debut at some point in August.
The smartphone still carries Nokia branding, could be a dead prototype.
A Samsung-made Exynos 7420 chipset inside dispenses with the Snapdragon 808 rumors.
The smartphone comes with a 5.5-inch 720p display, 1.3GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, all for less than $180.
A recent promotion offered the phone for about $280, which will remain as it regular price.
The teaser image accompanying the announcement clearly hints towards a device with curved display, presumably the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
Sao Paulo Police Department's recent report featured a recovered Sony Xperia C5 Ultra prototype.
Although we're still many months away from its unveiling, specs for the handset have been leaked.