It's the middle of December already and the early 2018 flagships are already making their presence felt. While we are still a couple of months away from its debut, the rumor mill is filled with bits and pieces about the Samsung Galaxy S9.
A couple of Nokia handsets also appeared on a few occasions - the 2018 edition of the Nokia 6 got pictured and handled on video, while the 9 received 3C certification.
The OnePlus 5T got a Star Wars edition to mark the release of the eight episode in the space saga. The company also celebrated its fourth birthday and is offering some nice discounts on accessories via its online store.
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CAD-based images are now ready for you to feast your eyes upon, and there's even a render video for each device.
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The phone will have an 18:9 display and fingerprint scanner on the back.
No Nokia phone can use those features... yet.
Synaptics' sensor is placed under the OLED in order to read an illuminated fingerprint.
The wearable comes in a regular and Premium Edition and promises to go up to five days on a single charge.
HMD has scheduled an event for January 19 for next year. The same date this year brought us the Nokia 6.
Pre-registered beta members are already getting the upgrade with performance improvements.
The date was confirmed by the company, while specs were leaked once more on Twitter.
Likely a MWC reveal, same as the P10 this year.
The two Korean companies are planning to unleash some mid-range handsets in Las Vegas.
The phone is slightly smaller than the Honor 7X with its 5.65" 1080p+ screen.
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The iPhone X was the reason the company initially wanted an early unveiling for the device, but didn't go for it as the Galaxy S8/S8+ have been holding well against Apple's latest offering.
You can get up to 30% off accessories, though the big prize is a limited run of exclusive gift boxes.
Straight from Sony Mobile Art Director Kaoru Murai.
There are 13" and 15" models powered by 8th Gen Intel CPUs.
The variant has been launched in Indonesia, where it carries a price tag of around $215.
China Telecom will be selling the phone.
Up to 18 core Xeon, Vega 64, 128GB DDR4 ECC and 4TB SSD, and a 5K display.
They are thin, light, powerful, and come with great battery life.
All dual-SIM models, available in Europe - plus a Note8 in the US.
It will be exclusive to Amazon, and you'll be able to pick from black and silver color versions.
It's like an Android-powered Nintendo 3DS basically.
The number was revealed through the Google Play download counter of Essential-specific apps.