We're back in the rumors lane, where the most interesting to do is speculate on the flagships of the Fall. It's not long left now until they start coming in, so naturally rumors are going wild.
The only change of pace was when Motorola announced the Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus mid-rangers with new improved cameras.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 dominated the headlines thanks to leaked official renders and a so-called official specs sheet. We also heard that it's coming with a 3x zoom camera.
The Nokia 8 was once again in the news as was the LG V30 which will have a curvy front glass and an OLED display.
We finally got some details on the Xiaomi Mi 6c and found out that the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL likely won't have 3.5mm jacks.
The Galaxy Note8 makes a new appearance before the phone becomes official.
They reveal the similarities to the S8+, but also what's different compared to that device.
The sample is an early prototype, still missing the Zeiss logo on the back of the 12MP dual camera.
Despite appearances, the phone still has a dual camera, the rumor alleges.
Samsung Electro-Mechanics shared details on the dual camera module it's developing.
LG had a few things to say about its upcoming flagship device. Particularly, about the display.
The Moto G5S is 249, while the Plus costs 299.
The leak comes from Vodafone Romania internal docs.
Bezels on the front got smaller and so did the glass window on the back.
Samsung was rumored to be releasing a new flip phone with a Snapdragon 821 CPU and its now official.
It shows the flagship in all its glory.
The LG V30s manual was allegedly leaked, revealing the final design of LGs next flagship smartphone.
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