Week 42 begun on a high note as Huawei unveiled a trio of flagship phablets - the Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro and the Mate 10 Porsche design.
HMD global had an announcement of its own - the Nokia 7 debuted, but its availability will be limited to China at least initially.
Another device by the Finns - Nokia 9 - keeps appearing in various leaks and gathering a lot of attention.
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It's yet to be officially confirmed, but the development is seemingly underway.
Mate phones never liked bezels, but these take things to the next level.
The handset comes with a Zeiss-branded imaging solution that lets you capture "bothies".
This is a minor refresh of the Redmi 4A, which also launched at a sub-$100 price.
Enjoy what the phone could be, before it is.
Faster chipset, new USB-C tricks, the list goes on.
We've decided to make a quick shootout around Munich between the new and the old Mate and see if there is a big difference or not.
The new Hisilicon Kirin 970 is a punchy chipset.
The phone is offered by two retailers for 669.
The fingerprint reader jumped to the back to free up space on the front.
The 2016 phone is more desired as limited updates can't justify price hike.
Specifically, the Nokia 9 leak shows the back plate of phone.
The company asked manufacturers to lower production by half; carriers confirmed the lack of interest.
What makes the Mate 10 Pro a Pro? Is the vanilla Mate 10 lacking anything important?
The non-Pro model has a sharper screen with a better screen to body ratio?
The reported 18:9 aspect ration definitely hints at the eagerly anticipated Redmi Note 5, only minus a second main camera.
The Mate 10 Pro got 100 points in the stills test.
Apparently, the latest update is just the October security patch.
We think the benchmark got it wrong, though.
The stills allegedly originate from HMD's latest upper-midrange device and its Zeiss camera.
The phone is exclusive to Japan, though.
This (if true) would be Samsung's first dual font camera.
The S8 series update arrives as firmware version G950FXXU1AQI9 and G955FXXU1AQI9, respectively, and weighs in at around 480MB.
Rumors so far had suggested a 16MP dual camera setup on the front.
When you unfold it, you get a 6.75" viewing area, although the hinge separating the screens and the bezels don't help create a very seamless look.
The chipset is an upgraded version of the Snapdragon 630 and is built on the 14 nm FinFET process technology.