Motorola's next big phone may not be a "flagship" in the traditional sense if we look back on our rumor coverage. So, what's up with the Motorola One?
The OPPO A3 launched with a 720p screen and a notch. There was not fingerprint sensor, just facial recognition. And then there's the next step.
More than one year after the Nova 2 and 2 Plus, a Huawei Nova 3 appears to have been cleared by Tenaa with a 19.5:9 6.3-inch screen in tow.
The display's about 7 inches across, the battery's amazingly large and there's the usual trimmings like dual rear cameras sprinkled in, too.
It's a dual-camera mid-ranger more powerful than the Nokia 5.1, though it has a larger, less resolution-dense display. We're still waiting for more.
A device we have every reason to expect as part of the Xiaomi Redmi 6 family soon has been granted Tenaa approval in China recently with an iPhone X-inspired notch.
Shorter, narrower and lighter than both the 5.5-inch second-gen Nokia 6 and 6-inch 7 Plus, the 5.8-inch Nokia X is set to pack up to 6GB RAM and a 3000mAh battery, according to Tenaa paperwork.
TENAA has some big specs for us to read about this "lite" phone while Weibo has some renders for us to peruse and imagine what Burgundy Red would look like in our hands.
Essentially revealed in full by China's FCC-equivalent Tenaa agency, the BlackBerry KEY2, aka BBF-100, has also stopped by the Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance recently to confirm its impending arrival.
We're less than two weeks away from the formal OnePlus 6 announcement, and the highly anticipated 5T sequel is as transparent as glass, thanks to China's FCC-equivalent agency.
We're not 100 percent sure about the BlackBerry KEY2 name, but a KEYone sequel is certainly right around the corner, and we have its full spec sheet already.
A 5.8-inch Honor 10 is expected to be unveiled in China tomorrow, and expanded to the UK next month, with an overall design and spec sheet similar to those of the non-Pro Huawei P20.
If you like the dual rear-facing cameras and 6GB RAM of the Galaxy S9+, but you'd rather get them in a smaller package, the SM-G8850 could be an interesting new China-first GS9 model.
The design of the device is very much like the Moto X4, but there are a couple of spec and design updates for the Moto G6 as revealed here.
It looks a lot like the Xiaomi Mi 5X or Mi A1, so it would make sense to see what might happen with an evolution of the Android One series.
The Huawei P20 lineup could come to Europe with official Huawei Pay support, 6GB RAM on the Pro version and 512GB storage space inside the Porsche Design flavor. April 15 is the rumored commercial release date for China.
The Huawei P20 Lite will almost certainly sport an iPhone X-style notch, squeezing an extra-large screen into a relatively compact body, and packing 4GB RAM.
The Huawei P20 variant reportedly codenamed "Emily" may have just paid Tenaa a quick regulatory visit with an iPhone X-style notch in tow and dual rear camera setup.
Even though we expect the Meizu E3 to come with a more than reasonable price point, its specifications are also pretty great, including 20 + 12MP rear-facing cameras.
A few days after the CES 2018 debut of the world's first smartphone with in-display fingerprint recognition, the handset's name and specs have been revealed by Tenaa.
The mid-range Nokia 6 (2018) could be just a couple of days away from its commercial debut in China, with thin screen bezels and a Snapdragon 630 SoC in tow.
Yet another "FullView" smartphone is right around the corner, likely to be called the Honor 9 Lite, cost less than $200, and feature a quad-camera setup.
With a single rear-facing camera, large battery, tall screen and up to 4GB RAM, the impending Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 sounds like a very solid mid-range phone.