Of course it had a notch. Of course.
The first wave of Snapdragon 700 devices could come later this year
We still don’t really know anything about it, however.
Launching this April
Here’s to hoping they sell.
You probably won’t pay $700+ for either handset.
There it is.
Today during MWC 2018, Nokia unveiled a pair of mid-range Android Oreo-powered smartphones that will go on sale this April. Called the Nokia 6 and Nokia 7 Plus, the handsets aim to provide a premium experience for not all that much cash. Starting with the former, the Nokia 6 uses Continue Reading
It’s only gonna cost $80 when it launches.
ZTE today unveiled its new Blade V9 series of phones at MWC 2018. When I say series, I really should say couple since there’s only two phones in question. That being said, both look pretty promising in the mid-range category. The V9, the more powerful of the two, includes a Continue Reading
There aren’t a ton of high-end Android tablets on the market nowadays, but it looks like Huawei doesn’t care. Today at MWC 2018, the company unveiled its new MediaPad M5 series of high-end tablets that definitely pack some heat. They also all ship with Android Oreo, which is nice to Continue Reading
It seems nowadays bezels are slowing fading from existence. In return, we get nearly edge-to-edge screens that look like giant slabs of display atop a metal or glass body. This is the case when talking about Huawei’s new laptop they just unveiled at MWC 2018. Called the MateBook X Pro, this laptop Continue Reading
It’s super early into Sunday in Barcelona, but here in the US, it’s Saturday evening across the county. That makes tonight’s news a bit unexpected, but nonetheless, LG has announced a new smartphone that succeeds last year’s V30. Called the V30S ThinQ (yup, that’s a horrible name), LG’s latest offering Continue Reading
Hey reader. You may not know this, but Mobile World Congress 2018 is starting this weekend. (Click here to follow along with all the latest news!) If you didn’t already know, LG has been rumored to show off a new device at the event. No, not an all-new flagship. Just Continue Reading