The renders show a most interesting development in the Moto Mods connector design in that it has not changed at all, even as prior speculative leaks marked changes.
And don't get us started about the Galaxy A8 — if you paid that much for a "mid-ranger," it'd drive you insane. So, how much will this Galaxy A6+ go for?
And sure, it has to be Russia getting dibs on this phone, of course. But it's only really better than its cousin, China's Pegasus 4S, in one aspect.
Xiaomi's first smartphone with a 2:1 aspect ratio display is looking to be one that costs about $200. And it just might have great battery life.
Never Settle means changing things up when they don't work and improving on good things from last time. And the OnePlus 5T keeps unsettling.
Samsung Korea is getting ahead of the game as manufacturers are wont to do. But don't underestimate snoopers' interest in a mid-range phone.
That extra-wide display will need to get filled if you don't want pools of black distracting you from.... their darkness, we guess...
As far as we know, this is the first notable phone with a 720p 2:1 display. The rest of the specs are quite decent for its class.
It's a repackaging of the nubia Z17S from ZTE and expands the market for this device to Europe. And it's reasonably priced, too.
Renders and photos have leaked onto Weibo and while the screen might not be as impressive as we'd want it to be, the cameras are going bigger than ever.
Three or four new devices are slated in HTC's near future. One of them will be the first to bring the company into the 2:1 display age.
A preview clip of the interface shows implies that the main model Mate 10 will get a 1080 x 2160 display. Does this settle the score on screens?
The Mate 10 will be much like the Mate 9. Well, there's at least a strong sense of proximity between the two designs and a whole year.
The 2:1 trend is sticking on through to the fall flagship season this year. Unfortunately, Huawei fans may not have much to celebrate if they don't pony up.
Well, according to China standards as few phones we talk about really break the 4,000 Yuan mark — that's US$600, by the way.
This phone will also take custom passphrases with its always-on microphones and let you change the music while it's off with its always-on display.
There's no use trying to fight it: the design has mostly been pat down for Google's next-generation Pixel XL device. But there are caveats.
The Mate 10 is expected to take a little influence from the industry and from Apple in particular with a new view, facial scanning and more.
The Redmi Pro apparently struggled in sales and could be crowded out with a decidedly improved device with a 2:1 display. Maybe.