As we come closer and closer to the holiday season announcements are drying up and manufacturers start focusing on actually bringing their devices to the market for the year's most important months. Still we have one more major announcement left - Huawei is unveiling its new Mate 10 family tomorrow - and the Chinese company is building up hype with daily teasers.
Meanwhile, Huawei's sub-brand Honor unveiled two mid-rangers in week 41 - the 7X and 6C Pro. A more exciting duo came from ZTE - the nubia Z17S and Z17 miniS. The Archos Diamond Omega came the day after those and is basically a rebranded Z17.
OnePlus found itself in hot water as it turned out that the company is collecting private user data without asking permission, and the company was forced to issue an apology and promise to stop doing it.
The rumored 5.5" AMOLED screen will have curved sides, reducing the already small bezels.
The Honor 7X improves on last year's 6X with a taller screen, improved chipset and camera.
The 4GB RAM, plus 32GB storage J7+ is available for about $390. The J7 Core is only going for $195.
A leaked photo claims to show Razer's upcoming phone and it looks quite similar to the Nextbit Robin.
The phone comes with 128 GB storage and will be available for shipping on October 19 with a €650 price tag.
If it pans out, this would be a repeat of the situation in 2017 with the S8 duo and the Snapdragon 835.
S stands for Successor of the Z17 and the Z17 mini that launched earlier this year.
This is the first sensor with sub-1µm pixels. It will use pixel binning in the dark.
The Snapdragon 835-powered, bezel-less device is set to launch in the country today.
It's a short clip that initially focuses on the design aspects and then goes on to highlight some of the software features of the phone.
A OnePlus 2 has been discovered to be collecting various usage stats and even associated it with the phone’s serial number.
A short video on the Romanian Facebook page of Huawei Mobile confirmed the collaboration.
With a price tag of RM 2,599 or around €520.
Will go on sale October 17 on Mi.com and Flipkart.
The unannounced phone’s CPU, RAM, screen and camera resolutions have leaked.
Carrying a price tag of €49.90, the OS is currently only available for users in EU, Norway, and Switzerland.
The device has been made official in Russia. Pricing is yet to be confirmed.
This is the latest installment in a series of lawsuits filed by both companies against each other across the world this year.
The handset will be available in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
This and a couple of other changes are expected to come in effect by October end.
It recently came to light that the free/unlimited original-quality photos and videos storage for Pixel 2 owners has a time limitation (the deal ends 2020).
The phone will likely arrive with the AI-focused Kirin 970 chipset.
The phone is a rebranded ZTE nubia Z17S that was unveiled yesterday.
This would lower the price of the affordable flagship even more.