Week 13 in review: Galaxy S8 finally official, Moto X (2017) leaks
April 2, 2017,
Week 13 was one of the most anticipated thanks to the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+.
It was the most important event since the MWC and understandably got plenty of attention. Well, the Galaxy S8 duo is now official so we finally get the complete picture (not that leaks left much unknowns).
Meanwhile Moto X (2017) was leaked, and Nokia 6’s teardown suggested HMD may be able to deliver the build quality that we expect from the Nokia brand.
Ultra wide screen with ultra dynamic range and the Bixby assistant are the highlights of the flagship duo.
Check when the S8 duo will be available for the various carriers and how much will cost.
The Nokia 6 may prove to be one of the best-built phones of 2017.
Relive the announcement of Samsung’s latest.
Just in case you were wondering – the company clearly realizes that you can easily smudge the camera lens.
Samsung has teamed up with Grammy Award winner Jacob Collier on Over the Horizon 2017.
Gains in multi-core performance are clear, single-core speed shows smaller progress.
Andy Rubin himself has started teasing the device, which has been rumored to launch under the Essential brand.
The most important features of the S8 in under four minutes.
A Chinese tipster says the Galaxy Note 8 will arrive after the foldable smartphone project.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 duo could premiere a yet unknown Sony IMX333 camera sensor.
The phone will allegedly have a 5.5-inch touchscreen, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage.
This has been rumored for a few months, and now the move has been made official.
It’s now rolling out to both the Gear S3 classic and the Gear S3 frontier.
Are we in for the first quad-cam phone later this year? That is assuming LG doesn’t drop the dual back camera.
As long as you live in Hong Kong or Europe or North America that is.
This means the flagship smartphone could be hard to find in some markets.