A couple of phones debuted this week, but you don’t have to look further than our top 10 trending chart to know which one was more interesting – the Realme 2 Pro debut is easily the event of week 39.
Meanwhile Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi Note 6 Pro, which is hardly a great improvement over its predecessor. It does bring the notch trend to the Xiaomi Note lineup, so it has that going for it, we guess.
Meanwhile as an announcement-filled October is on our doorstep we are getting all sorts of teasers and leaks. OnePlus 6T, Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL as well as Nokia 7.1 all made headlines. We also got LG officially talking about the V40 ThinQ in what was half an announcement, half a teaser for next week’s event.
We also got more details of the puzzle that are the iPhone XS and XS Max launch as those two hit their second wave of countries.
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The rest of the $1,099 base price is research and development, manufacturing, logistics, marketing, etc.
Not that we’re seeing anything new, but the authenticity of these renders are spot on. Some specs are also revealed about the devices.
Move over Galaxy Note9, the iPhone XS Max has the highest accuracy, brightness and lowest reflectivity.
The latest flagship from Huawei is not quite here, but here’s what the phone probably looks like. The camera might also be able to switch to a wide mode.
Insiders from the supply chain are using the slower early sales to predict lower than expected sales later this year.
The Pixel 3 still has a ways to go to catch up with its bigger sibling when it comes to amount of leaks.
Changes from to the Redmi Note 5 Pro include a notched screen and a dual selfie camera. But with less RAM/storage, we expected a lower price.
Huawei is currently the largest manufacturer of telecommunications equipment, but it is a very young company – it was only founded in 1987. And it didn’t start making phones until 2003, but it already has ambitions to be the largest smartphone maker in the world, just like in conquered the networking hardware field. The first...
Ro: Smartphones are getting out of hand. Literally. It almost feels like makers these days are shoving the new trends down our throats these days. First, it was the headphone jack. Apple started it and users rioted. That didn’t stop the rest of the OEMs from following suit without giving any real excuse. Then it...