IFA 2016 is closing in fast and you know how people always talk about the calm before the storm? Well, we don't really get that as the rumor mill has been buzzing like crazy the past few days. The LG V20 is definitely one of the phones causing the fuss. LG has already confirmed it will be unveiled alongside IFA 2016, not in Berlin, but rather at its own event in San Francisco.
The Korean giant seems to be betting big on the second iteration of the dual-screen handset and yet, we still have little actual info on the device. There are a few renders to get excited about, also teasers talking about an exquisite high-end audio experience and Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box.
Sony on the other hand seems to have its sight set on the Berlin venue and as far as rumors go, will probably unveil two new phones there. One should be the Xperia XR flagship, while might see the rebirth of the Compact line.
Amid all this chaos, a few announcements still managed to slip by. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 comes to improved the already winning formula of the Redmi Note 3.
In other news, both Xiaomi's and Samsung's current flagships are now permanently cheaper in India. Also, the iPhone 7 made another early appearance, this time in gold and another 4.7-inch Cupertino device, dubbed the iPhone 6SE might be on the way.
The device starts at RMB 899, or around $135 at current exchange rates.
The update should hit supported Nexus devices along with the Pixel C tablet and General Mobile 4G phone soon.
It looks like Apple might indeed be going with the 6 SE name for its next smartphone.
Recent rumors claimed that there will be only two versions of the iPhone 7, yet Goldgenie has a trio of golden iPhones.
The update will be rolled out in phases, with 15 Xiaomi phones getting it in the first phase.
An early replacement for the iPhone SE or the true name of the iPhone 7?
Listed as PY7-29752M and PY7-93041M, the devices are said to be part of a new Xperia line codenamed Kugo.
The Tizen-powered Z2 joins two droids in the latest round of leaks.
A Snapdragon 800 phone and an AMD-powered... laptop?
Pre-orders "have far exceeded our estimates," says Samsung.
Although the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge also didn't feature the front 'Samsung' logo in Japan, the Japanese Galaxy Note7 doesn't contain the back logo as well.
The Korean company itself made this claim before, but now it's confirmed on the day of the official launch of Android 7.0.
As you'd expect, its latest flagship offerings are joined by a select number of mid-rangers.
Comes with display flash for the front camera and fingerprint sensor.
The audio hardware will come courtesy of B&O PLAY.
The Xperia Z Compact is dead, long live the Xperia X Compact! Better still - the design points to Xperia XR heritage.
Here are two phones that are to be announced at Sony's IFA event in Berlin.
Launched way back in 2008, the E71 was a business focused phone featuring a QWERTY keyboard.
Thankfully, the case is transparent, so we get a good look at the upcoming device.
Over five months after launching in the country, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have received a price cut in India. While the former is currently available for as low as INR 43,400 (around $645), t...
Now starts at $342.
The Galaxy Note7 isn’t only thing Samsung launched in the US yesterday. The company announced that it is releasing several new accessories which help to make up its new lineup of “collections” whic...
And not the Exynos 8890 that was rumored earlier.
It reaffirms that the phone will, indeed, share most of its design traits with its predecessors.