The Nokia 6 has been around for three weeks now but the excitement for the brand's return to the smartphone scene is still not dying out. Now that the handset has managed to escape its home China market, fans are lining up to get one. By all accounts, a lower end sibling to the Nokia 6 is on its way and so is a true Nokia flagship, complete with a Snapdragon 835 chipset. A recent GFXBench leak also described a mysterious and enormous 18.4-inch tablet, courtesy of HMD.
Speaking of Snapdragon 835 flagships, rumor has it that Samsung might currently be hoarding most of Qualcomm's stock, forcing competitors like LG to use older chips. In any case, the Galaxy S8, which we have been seeing more of lately, will hit shelves around April 21.
In other Samsung news, the Note series is officially still alive and we can expect future announcements on that front as well.
Xiaomi has been another maker to make headlines this week. The Chinese OEM will be skipping MWC, but its the Redmi Note 4 is doing great. We also have a new Mi Mix color and possibly even a hardware upgrade to look forward to. Also, Hugo Barra left the company to join Facebook and head the Oculus VR division.
The first nightly builds are expected to go live within hours and all infrastructure and operational issues appear to be sorted.
The available units ran out in a minute and now we wait.
It's all about killing the bezels this year, and Samsung's Galaxy S8 will have an important competitor for that in the LG G6.
The white version of the device is listed for the equivalent of $370.
The new model keeps the Nokia 6's chipset but cuts back on every other spec, so it should be cheaper too.
The hefty device also packs quite a punch, with a Snapdragon 835 chipset and QHD resolution.
This is undoubtedly the most comprehensive leak about the device so far.
Seems like pre-orders can only be placed through offline retail stores at the moment.
Also, what's that about "Nokia Windows devices"? We thought that was Microsoft's burden.
This comes from some new rumors in China, which however haven't cleared up the launch schedule for the phone.
The Snapdragon 835 chipset is fabbed at Samsung facilities.
Given the model number (XT1650), the handset could be the Moto Z (2017).
This also goes into quite a lot of detail about the handset's main features.
The Honor-branded unit has a dual-camera design, reminiscent of the Honor 8, while the Huawei one oddly shares its styling.
Battery design was to blame in original units, manufacturing defect in replacements.
A company spokesperson confirmed that it is apparently still too early for the Mi 6 or any other flagship announcement.
Over 250,000 units were sold during the first sale of the new Redmi Note 4.
Will be returning back to his home in Silicon Valley. Xiang Wang to take over his role at Xiaomi.
A new rumor says Samsung will hold 'multi-city' launch events in the US and EU on March 29 and the S8 will have a record-breaking marketing budget.
The amazing-looking device has 5.5” QHD display and a Leica-branded camera and costs €1395/$1500.
A few days ago we saw the front and left top half of the device, and now it's time to glance at its right side.
The P9 Plus from last year launched at €749, more than that sounds overly ambitious.
This was revealed by Xiaomi’s marketing director Zang Zhiyuan on Weibo.
Neither of those are things that usually make it to luxury handsets. On the flip side, pricing for the new phone hasn't been announced yet.
DJ Koh said he can’t let down the loyal Galaxy Note fans.
The former VP of Xiaomi joins Facebook as VP of virtual reality in couple of months.
Google released an update about a major feature announced at Google I/O, last year.
Google Voice gets the largest update in about five years.
The online titan has quite a few potential AI and machine learning tools lined up for the single-board computer.
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