As we get closer to MWC 2017 the calm before the storm has started to settle in. We see very few actual announcements and the rumor mill is where all the action is.
Despite being further away the Samsung Galaxy S8 pair is soaking up most of the spotlight. We now have new schematics, alleged dimensions and battery info for it.
Over at camp LG, things are heating up with a fresh new twist, in the form of the "G6 Compact" and "G6 Lite" trademarks. Meanwhile, the budget-friendly Moto G5 has also been popping up in leaks here and there, while a bunch of Xiaomi handsets are also on the way.
In software news, The Nougat update craze is still in full swing. Many Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge units are already covered.
The listing reveals the company is testing Android 7.1.1 update for the device.
The new model should also get more RAM than its predecessor. The pricing is more aggressive too.
The images confirm the 6.1-inch and 5.7-inch screen sizes and highlight how thin the remaining bezels actually are.
A 14W sort-of-fast charger is bundled too and the phone will support NFC.
According to Strategy Analytics, Apple shipped 78.3 million smartphones in Q4 2016, compared to 77.5 million units shipped by Samsung.
This lower-cost version comes late in the game, right before the Mi flagships move on to version 6.
Each gets a small bump, but the phones will be thinner too.
The custom paint job will set you back $99, $249 with the earbuds included.
iPhone was the top selling smartphone in China since 2012.
Few screws, mostly glue got in the way.
The OnePlus 3T and Meizu Pro 6 were found to target benchmarking apps and tamper with CPU frequencies.
WhatsApp is testing a few features on Android (possibly on other platforms too) to let users cancel a text that hasn't been received yet...
The 5G network will offer multi-gigabit per second speeds and support for Internet of Things.
Although it's clearly in an unfinished state, this confirms what we've heard (and seen) about the phone so far.
The accessory is currently being developed and crowd-funded through IndieGoGo as part of a Lenovo challenge.
The company starts with feature phones but expected to bring Nokia 6, according to sources.
The device is already said to come in two variants: one powered by Snapdragon 835 SoC (having 6GB/128GB memory config) and the other powered by Snapdragon 653 chipset (with 4GB/64GB memory config).
A 5" 1080p screen and Snapdragon 430 chipset set it apart from the G5 Plus model.
Pre-orders are now open, prices start at Ä345, watches will ship at the end of March.
Both devices have 6GB RAM and Android 7.0 but the 3Tís Snapdragon 821 is faster when multiple apps opened.
Before you get too excited, though, note that this amount of RAM could only be inside devices headed for select Asian markets.
This time however we're seeing an Exynos chipset in place of the Snapdragon 625 from another benchmark.
The P10 Plus is leaked in a new color, letting us examine what was invisible against the black finish.
You can now download the carrier-branded Android 7.0 Nougat firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge thanks to Vodafone.
The Exynos variant of the popular Galaxy S7 model is on sale through Amazon.
This should help owners of these two devices feel less left out than they do now compared to those who have Pixels.
Samsung won't be unveiling the Galaxy S8 at the MWC, but it may still tease the upcoming flagship.
Is LG getting into the sparse super mini field? Or is this another LG G5 SE?