Some may remember that back in February early this year, specifically during the annual Mobile World Congress event (held every year in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain), Sony had hinted that it would be launching a new smartphone with a super low light camera.
More than a month ago, Sony had updated its Xperia XZ lineup of smartphone devices by formally announcing the Xperia XZ2 and the Xperia XZ2 Compact models just in time for this year’s Mobile World Congress event (held in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain back in February early this year).
Apple is formally unveiling the (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition versions of two of its flagship device offerings last year, specifically the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus. These variants will be officially released this coming April 13th, although in some countries and mobile markets, customers can start ordering online as early as April 10th.
For those who were closely following every development related to Android Oreo (Go Edition), or Android Go for short, they might known that two phone makers were sort of racing to be first to release an Android Go powered device in the United States mobile market. Those two brands, of course, are Alcatel and ZTE.
Despite its recent setbacks, Huawei should still deserve a lot of credit for the way it has continued to build its impressive Honor lineup of smartphones. One of the newest additions to this range of handsets is the Honor View 10, which the world’s third biggest seller of mobile devices is eagerly positioning as an affordable choice for those looking to purchase a device with decent specs but do not have the money to buy a flagship offering.
There is no doubt about it -- some Android fans will already be itching to get their hands on Samsung’s newest flagship devices, the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus phablets. Well, they will not have to wait for long -- the handsets will be made available for preordering starting on March 2nd, and exactly two weeks later on March 16th, the South Korean tech giant’s newest toys will hit store shelves everywhere.
Over the weekend, Samsung officially unveiled its latest additions to its ever impressive Galaxy S lineup of smartphone devices. Meet the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus, which feature some serious camera upgrades, Qualcomm’s super fast Snapdragon 845 chip, a headphone jack, and augmented reality emoji stickers, among many others.
While it is true that the Essential Phone may not be right up everyone’s alley, it is hard to deny that the phablet has an exquisite design. But for all its sleekness, the device admittedly has a rather limited range of color options (basically just black and white editions). That should change soon with the news that Essential is releasing three new colors for its flagship offering.
More than a couple of weeks ago, Huawei had confirmed the existence of its latest midrange phablet offering -- the Honor 7X. Despite publishing the specifications and features of the newest addition to the Chinese phone maker’s Honor lineup of budget friendly devices, no details were mentioned with regards to pricing and availability.
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