The Samsung Galaxy Note9 announcement shook things up in our top 10 trending phones chart, but the flagship phablet came too late in the week to be able to take the lead and had to settle for the second spot.
The Xiaomi Mi A2 remained our champion, while a surge by the Huawei nova 3i, which just got its European debut as the P Smart+, saw it capture third.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro got elbowed out to fourth, ahead of the Samsung Galaxy J8 and the Huawei Honor Play, which gets sixth on its top 10 debut.
Samsung Galaxy J6 is exactly where we left it last week – in seventh, while the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite slid two spots to eight.
After holding onto the last spot on the chart for two weeks in a row, the Oppo F7 has finally managed to lift itself off and get ninth. The tenth position goes to the Galaxy S8, which is once more the most popular Galaxy S-series phone in our database.
So that means the Oppo Find X is relegated, while the BlackBerry Evolve duo only spent a single week in the top 10 and is also out this time around. This means that only four brands managed to get a handset among the most popular this time around.
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