MWC 2018 wrapped up with plenty of new smartphones. Samsung introduced the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ on Sunday, followed by our benchmark reports, camera comparisons, photo samples. Sony unveiled the redesigned Xperia XZ2 and the Xperia XZ2 Compact and LG went further into the AI rabbit hole with some software and hardware upgrades of the V30 flagship.
Nokia’s booth at MWC gathered a lot of interest with the four new phones - ultra-cheap Nokia 1, dual-cam Nokia 7 Plus, a stunningly beautiful Nokia 8 Sirocco and a feature phone, dubbed “banana phone” because of its yellow color - Nokia 8110 4G.
New phones with notches might have been the trend around Barcelona, but here on our website readers were intrigued by Huawei P20 press renders, revealing the top cutout. Vivo also gathered quite the interest with its Apex concept phone with periscope-like camera and half-screen fingerprint scanner.
Here’s a full list of the most interesting stories for the past 7 days.
Perfect timing to get your mind off Samsung's S9 duo and everything else that's happening at MWC.
Check out the awesome tech which vivo has implemented into its all-screen Apex concept smartphone, which was revealed in Barcelona.
The back is different too, with a repositioned camera and a new fingerprint reader compared to the 5T.
The stills apparently originate from a trial production run at an LG factory and offer some idea regarding proportions.
In it, Samsung promises "up to" 4 years of security updates for enterprises.
We've decided to do a quick shootout between the two flagships while we are still in Barcelona.
LG also announced a new ThinQ AI platform, headed to all V30 units.
Xiaomi's upcoming Mi 7 may support 7.5W wireless charging while additionally featuring an under-display fingerprint sensor.
The new Galaxy S9 duo is now official - brings new chipset, camera, and stereo speakers.
It's hard to find something about the Zenfone 5 that isn't AI-infused.
Rounded bodies, 18:9 panels, no headphone jacks, it's a bold new direction for the Xperia family.
It has a screen notch but may never become commercially available.
Yep, the banana phone is back and it has Google Assistant and Maps plus Facebook and Twitter. And Snake, of course.
The new phone reportedly scored 273,741 on AnTuTu.
The Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia's first 18:9 smartphone is official.
Interestingly, Consumer Reports’ top 10 list only compares Apples to Samsung, not a Pixel in sight.
The Exynos 9810-powered flagship obliterates the competition.
The new devices have entered the pre-pre-order phase in the subcontinent.
The OnePlus 5 and 5T are missing the crucial Widevine L1 certification necessary to stream HD shows and movies.
The digits in the name got down to just one eight, still glorious.