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The 2018 LG Q8 is official. It's basically a mid-range version of the LG V35, and brings a stylus, performance camera, and premium sound.
An almost-complete spec sheet has been leaked out and the sourcing of this has probably not been a pretty process with pretty consequences.
Over the past five years, Motorola has sold more than 70 million 'G' phones. Now, it wants to close the gap and get into nine digits. It's looking for some big help from the G6 series.
It's a very competitive $300 phone, just based off of the specifications themselves and especially with the number of cameras it has.
The mid-ranger was leaked before the new year in webpages and an interview with a division executive and now comes the paperwork.
It's a lighter version of the Honor V9, a respectable device in its own right that costed a bit much for what consumers this remix is targeting.
The mid-range is also on Sprint's prepaid operation, Boost Mobile, for a one-time payment of $79.99 — an introductory discount of $20.
This year's Moto X will supposedly take two forms and may come in others as well. Maybe it will come in one. It just depends on what specs we get.
Does it make sense to pay €10 less to get a budget version of a mid-range phone? Honor has its logic somewhere in Germany...
Another manufacturer partner has carried out a mid-ranger device for a market that apparently has an oddly soft spot for the BlackBerry brand.
It was a quiet launch for a quiet phone to begin with. But this late bloomer in the Galaxy C-series for 2017 is finally out in China.
The so-called "budget Pixel" that could be released this fall may not be a Pixel phone at all. In fact, it may not leave the prototype stage.
HMD Global, licensee of the Nokia brand for phones, announced more than just a new 3310 at MWC 2017. Check out the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6!
It's still considered a mid-ranger, but is Lenovo trying too hard in improving the Moto G-series? We have our hands on the Moto G5 Plus.
The Blade V8 Lite is as diet as you can get for a whole-device experience in 2017 while the Blade V8 Mini has its camera for graces.
Last year's Xperia XA was tailored as an entry-level gateway for Sony's Android experience. Year 2 of the "X" experiment and the gateway's blown wide open.
Both phones have some important codenames to turn the page on 2016 while MediaTek gets a new chipset going in the market for 2017.
The brand licensee wants to make it clear that this phone is its first phone and it looks to impress with the build quality.
Tech circles have called this a rechristened Nexus 5X, just because the specs seem to similar, but hey, it could be a completely different looker.
MediaTek has a boatload of new silicon out, including three new Helio P-series chipsets. The P15 is the latest and slightest improvement on the P10.
Will we hear of TP-Link's further ventures into the smartphone space? We'll have to see if the Neffos X1 and X1 Max make a name for themselves first.
Vietnam is getting some attention from Samsung during the IFA-fest with a Galaxy J7 Prime. There's a fingerprint sensor and not much more.
Huawei's younger brand is out and ready to bite in the mid-range sector with a dual-camera smartphone with mean, lean specs.