There's probably a Snapdragon 1000 on the way and you might want to stick around and see where it will appear. Also, the Pixel 3 will be made by Google... for reals... sorta.
LG and HTC are said to not be involved in the design process for this new generation of pure Google phones, but they will have provided key resources for the Pixel 3 by the time it will go public.
The Nokia 9 has a pretty characteristic look to it, if we're to believe the rumors, so this really has to be it, right? We'll have to be sure...
The big partner to the current Nokia 7 is still waiting in the wings, but we're getting closer to a feel for the uptown mid-ranger.
This device, whichever one it is, apparently has a 3,000mAh battery, Android Oreo and is intended to be sold in the United States with single- and dual-SIM versions.
The brand licensee, HMD Global, was able to make the bulk of those shipments in the summer quarter after a weak start earlier in the year.
Literally, that is the average price of the Nokia 8 between two German carriers. And that's below the €599 watermark we were told to expect.
If a flagship smartphone were to surface from HMD, there'd be no getting around calling it the Nokia 9 as the rumors have talking about it as such.
Brand licensee HMD Global has launched its most remarkable phone yet with flagship specs and a dubious new term for group self-portraits.
That's good enough for a "unicorn" company in Silicon Valley parlance, but Essential has yet to actually ship a product. What gives?
That little revival of a phone is coming in with support for 3G networks in the United States — you know, since 2G is about as live as a dead horse.
Android phones have trouble dialing 911 (or 999) and Lenovo is teaming up with Disney to send you on Jedi Adventures! All on this week's show!
It's in a shocking blue, has two cameras with Zeiss branding right next to them and, supposedly, specs on blast. You can see all of that with the pic.
The phone has been talked about as the Nokia 9, but it still represents Nokia's attempt at breaching the top tier of smartphones.
This is on the same day as first units have begun to ship out. The copper color, which went up for pre-sales days ago, is within the top 20.
In celebration of the meeting between the US and Russian presidents at the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, a company decided to plate a Nokia 3310 in gold.
The UK-based mobile tech outlet expects most of these phones to land sometime in June. The famed 3310 rebirth is coming in more expensive than expected.
It's supposed to be a dinky little 2G phone that serves as a nifty nostalgia grab for many. But it was marketed with an MSRP of €49.
Not only is such an iterative update going out to show that the Nokia name is no bluff, the performance on the Nokia 6 actually seems to be better.
We're into highly speculative territory with anonymously and unfamiliarly sourced numbers and aspects. But it seems that Nokia is a committed brand.
The Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3310 are also set to hit the world fast and furious through the second quarter. Will HMD Global be ready for it?
We extend our commentary on those devices, the HTC U Ultra, the Huawei Watch 2 and the LG Watch Sport for well over an hour on our podcast this week.
The UK-based SIM-free phone retailer also expects stock of the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 smartphones to come in that month. The Nokia 6 awaits in June.