A 24-megapixel selfie camera, a 6.3-inch display and... a Snapdragon 660 processor. That last bit may have disappointed a few wishlist writers.
It's 10nm power, but on a mid-tier Qualcomm mobile chipset for the first time. Expect devices to start appearing with this SoC soon.
These two phones hit the mid-range of the smartphone market with lots of Qualcomm technologies and quick support of Android updates as they come.
Those three chipsets are featured on several of the non-Google phones that are eligible for the Android P beta program, which explains a lot.
Maybe the mysterious Samsung SM-G8850 is not a Galaxy S9 variant after all. But with a dual rear-facing camera in tow, up to 6GB RAM and a Snapdragon 660 SoC, what is this thing exactly?
The Z18 mini is an impressive-looking device debuting in China with a whole new attitude on what a $300 Android phone should have.
The as-yet-unannounced Asus ZenFone 5 Max is shaping up to be a respectable upper mid-range Android affair, based on a recent Geekbench visit.
It may not sound like a powerhouse, but the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 mobile platform should help make "modern" mid-range phones faster and wider.
The biggest improvement to this chipset series could bring it the closest to par to the big flagship SoCs early next year.
The mid-range series is already being teased months and months before it and a few other cohorts are to debut, at least by our count.
The Mi 6c has been told to get the Snapdragon 660, but will it lend itself to being a martyr for internal silicon efforts.
Right below the more advanced Redmi Note 5 series is the Redmi 5. It reportedly will share one chipset between its sibling tier, the Snapdragon 630.
On base spec, the Snapdragon 630 and Snapdragon 660 run near-identical to each other. Thing is, the ZenFone 4 was only initially tagged with one.
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.
This sounds more than a little implausible, but a "mid-range" Xiaomi Mi 6c may have just been benchmarked with Snapdragon 660 and 6GB RAM inside.
No longer will we need to signify the year of the model in our rumor spreading, just a simple number that misses out on classic words such as "Style".
It's crazy just how far Qualcomm's mid-end mobile processors have come, with the Snapdragon 660 and 630 borrowing plenty of features from the 8xx series.
The Snapdragon 660 will supposedly lead the mid-ranger pack of Android smartphones for 2017 with several manufacturers taking advantage of it.
Rumors say that the mid-ranger of this year could be the octa-core version of a top-end quad-core chip from last year. Will we see it in action soon?