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A 10.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 looks like a prime suspect for an announcement at MWC 2018, alongside the highly anticipated Galaxy S9 and S9+ phones.
It's almost time for HMD Global to unveil a mid-range Nokia 5 follow-up, and a pre-release benchmark suggests substantially upgraded specs are coming.
The H4133 model number and mid-range specifications revealed at GFXBench loosely fit our expectations for an inexpensive Sony Xperia XA2.
A likely Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra sequel has been benchmarked with the same 6-inch Full HD screen in tow, but an improved rear camera and two selfie shooters.
A super-high-res 6-inch screen with a 2:1 aspect ratio and Android 8.0 Oreo will probably headline the list of HTC U11 Plus features.
The mysterious first ever Razer Phone is a mystery no more, at least if we choose to trust information listed in the GFXBench database.
Just so there is no confusion, mystery, secrets or hopes for last-minute changes, Galaxy Note 8 specs are set in stone by a fresh benchmark file.
These are all still unofficial numbers and parts we're dealing with, but we do have a good picture of how vivo will iterate on its X9 selfie flagship.
If you still don't see the point of a so-called Samsung Galaxy Note 7R or Note 7 FE, imagine a Full HD version with a sensible price point.
We still know very little about the "regular" Asus ZenFone 4 and premium-sounding 4 Pro, but the ZenFone 4 Selfie, Max and 4V specs are already out.
Most of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active specs revealed in a new benchmark are exactly what we expected. But that "Infinity Display" is quite bizarre.
Another 2017 flagship Android phone, another odd-sounding display aspect ratio. This time, it's the Google Pixel XL2 and 17.5:9, aka almost 2:1.
But here's another benchmark run to tell you more about them. Note that we may be getting some different variants in this 4th run we've covered.
The specs are more than decent for an entry-level device at this point, if you happen to trust specs from a deprecated GFXBench page.
We still don't know when exactly might the Xiaomi Mi 6 commercially debut, but a Snapdragon 835 processor and up to 6GB RAM look set in stone.
We aren't exactly sure it's a Nokia tablet, but it is supposedly related to one of its associated entities for mobile: Foxconn.
Some impressive GFXBench results show a marked improvement for the Adreno 540 GPU driving a quad HD from an Adreno 530 running at full HD.
A benchmark of an Android Nougat phone seems to keep to the mid-range tendencies of Sharp as it works on a ton of background tasks.
For a few months in the spring, we thought this high-end phone would pack a Windows 10 Mobile punch for sure. Now, we're not so sure.
Sony's small smartphone for this year may have been outed, but has it been on the up and up for the first time ever? As in up in the pixel count?
Maybe. We still can't completely rule out the curveball possibility of this benchmark perhaps showing the Marlin Nexus phone. But it's likely the Desire.
There are trade-offs here and there: we stick with a mid-range, power-efficient processor and the camera's resolution drops a bit, according to benchmarks.
What's said to be the successor to last year's best of yesteryear has been spotted on a benchmark site with the best specs of... yesteryear.