The uneventful January is almost over now and our attention has completely shifted to the Mobile World Congress which starts in a month.
This is reflected in our most read articles throughout the week, which are peppered with Galaxy S9 and S9+ titles. The most read article from this past week concerned the upcoming Galaxy duo's fast charging capabilities (which are starting to look a bit regular these days). Another engaging story was the 1080p@480fps video capture that might debut on the Galaxy S9. Finally the design of the Galaxy S9+ was shown alongside some case renders and we got the confirmation that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S9 and S9+ on February 25.
Just like in week 3, Xiaomi was a source of interest in Week 4 too. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5's leaked specs gathered a lot of attention. Nokia's rumored penta-camera setup was also a point of serious interest.
Then there were the usual leaks and rumors - the bezel-free Meizu 15 Plus and the Xiaomi Mi 6X made the rounds, Apple may have a 6.1-inch iPhone with a "tall" 18:9 LCD screen. And finally vivo made the first phone with an under-the-screen fingerprint reader official - the vivo X20 Plus UD.
Stay tuned for next week's interesting tech stories.
Previously, the Brazilian agency revealed that there will be no increase in battery capacity.
The phone will have two versions with different chipsets - one with SD630 and another with SD636.
The sensors will be in a circle, accompanied by an LED flash.
Using a 3-stack design, the new sensor significantly improves on Galaxy S8's 720p @ 240fps.
The phone is expected to be announced in February and launched for sale in March.
There is still much work to be done. A forum post reveals new information about the Hydrogen One.
The images come from two sources and show us two color versions of the upcoming smartphone.
The company has sent invitations to the press, where the Galaxy S9 will take the stage during the MWC later next month.
The company is rallying Mi fans for Redmi Note series discussions; expects more “action” in February.
The design of the Galaxy S9+ leaks in detail thanks to case renders.
It's starting to look pretty certain that the new flagship will not be called "Huawei P20".
According to some new (but unconfirmed) information, the one LCD model for 2018 will employ a JDI panel.
The chipset will be built on the TSMC 16 nm process and will power the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 6X.
The first smartphone with such technology was introduced in China.
S9 here S9 there. I am overfeed and no sign of Xiaomi Mi 7 which will be much better like Mi 6 was better than S8. Same specs half the price.
Yesss Yesss, I hope it has wireless charging and OIS this time.