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It's like the LG G7 ThinQ, only thinner on the inside and outside. It's a very interesting offering late in 2018 and it's available starting now.
The story about the G6 getting the Snapdragon 821 instead of the Snapdragon 835 may be a little more complicated than we have first thought.
The Snapdragon 835 gets official benchmark runs against Snap 821, 820, Exynos 8890 and Kirin 960 devices. And the numbers look good... for a reference bed.
We can't be sure this is the LG G6, although it certainly fits the description, sadly packing a previous-gen Qualcomm SoC and 4 gigs of memory.
You know that user-removable battery you liked so much about last year's LG G5 and V20? You'll probably have to make do without one on the LG G6.
A new picture of a rumored phone and an old chipset, too. Why is it so hard to obtain the freshly-minted Snapdragon 835 right now?
These are pretty much teaser shots at this point, but what we have learned from Evan Blass is that the U Ultra might hold a Snapdragon 821.
It's Google's second phone with its Tango AR technology and ASUS can claim a first with having both Tango and Daydream VR together at once.
Qualcomm is officially following up the 14nm-based Snapdragon 820 and 821 processors with the Samsung-made 10nm Snapdragon 835.
The company is launching another smartphone that will "Never Settle" for anything less than the best. Well, we will have to see about that.
If a manufacturer wants its Android Nougat device to support high-intensity virtual reality tasks, it'll need to follow device spec.
The focus of today's video teaser for this "T" device is about the Snapdragon 821, or, for lack of a better description, a slightly faster Snapdragon 820.
Qualcomm may have just confirmed the imminent arrival of that oft-rumored OnePlus 3T on Twitter, Snapdragon 821 processing power in tow.
A sightly bigger battery, a slightly faster processor, a major change in the display? And what's this about a sleek black color?
The connotations of a OnePlus 3S are that the looks don't change much, but the insides will. LCD instead of AMOLED? Snapdragon 821 instead of 820?
That's 3.5 million pre-orders over a lot of 500,000 phones with a Snapdragon 821 in them. Yep, it's definitely a hot commodity.
The Xiaomi Mi 5s is guaranteed to break cover on September 27, with Snapdragon 821 muscle in tow, standard 6GB RAM, and a low price tag.
The LeEco Le Pro 3 is only the world's second Snapdragon 821 smartphone, with 6GB RAM and other impressive specs fetching just $300 in China.
September 27 will definitely bring the Xiaomi Mi 5s, not Mi Note 2 or Pro, to light, likely with Snapdragon 821 processing power in tow.
That's pretty damn fast for a smartphone. But even at that pace, the Exynos 8895, as rumored by one Chinese tech analyst, is said to keep its cool.
The looming Xiaomi Mi 5s is starting to sound like more than a modest, incremental Mi 5 upgrade, with improved raw performance and biometrics rumored.
The Chinese benchmarking firm says that this rumored phone will also get 6GB of RAM. Other rumors point to a thin phone and a big battery.
Small steps, small percentages, but there's plenty to be excited about for the Snapdragon 821... if you're ASUS launching the ZenFone Deluxe 3.