This week we focused a lot on the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 8 and its fast approaching May 31 unveiling. The phone was handled in the wild, we saw its translucent back and found out most of its specs. Alongside the Mi 8, Xiaomi will announce MIUI 10 at its event.
HTC announced its U12+ flagship and it was also tested by DxO, which praised its camera prowess.
Samsung announced the Galaxy S Light Luxury. The phone, previously recognized as the Galaxy S8 lite has a 5.8-inch Infinity Display, a single 16MP camera and a Snapdragon 660 chip. The Galaxy J8 also became official.
LG unveiled a trio of Q7 smartphones with metal bodies, IP68 rating, 5.5-inch 18:9 screens and 5MP super wide angle selfie cameras.
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A smoky glass reveals the electronic brain of the Mi 8 – a Snapdragon 845 chipset, complete with the Qualcomm logo.
Xiaomi Mi 8’s specs sheet leaks – 6.2-inch 19:9 display, 128GB internal storage, 20MP + 16MP main shooters on the back.
Documents from a recent court filing contradict the company’s long-running public stance on the matter.
The phone with model number M1804C3DE will have 5.45 screen with 18:9 ratio and a 3,000 mAh battery.
The model builds on the foundations of the U11+ and keeps all the best parts: IP68, stereo speakers, noise-canceling headphones.
Samsung Galaxy Wide 3 gets its official unveiling but it will likely remain a South Korea exclusive device.
HMD CPO Juho Sarvikas also jumped on the tease bandwagon saying they have “some new stuff to share.”
The Chinese company has tweaked the formula and is almost ready to launch the nearly bezel-less device.