This is it boys and girls. OnePlus’ brand new flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 6 has been officially launched. It’s bigger, it’s faster and it’s probably the prettiest OnePlus flagship since the OnePlus X.
When you’re looking for a value-oriented device, good looks are usually sacrificed for raw spec-sheet performance. And that’s completely fair because companies have to shave bits here and there anyway if they want to keep prices low.
Apparently, honor didn’t get the memo because their flagship smartphones — since the gorgeous honor 8 — have remained some of the prettiest smartphones money can buy. Now, they’ve got the brand new honor 10 and I think it’s easily the prettiest one they’ve made yet.
LG has finally introduced the LG G7 ThinQ, its latest flagship smartphone that succeeds the LG G6. This is the phone that would compete directly with current flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Huawei P20 series.
Ahead of its big reveal, serial leakster Roland Quandt has just dropped more clues of the latest dual-camera flagship along with some official renders of the device.
For the upcoming G7 flagship, you can expect LG to slap on more AI features especially in the camera department.
If you thought LG forgot about their flagship smartphone this year, you’re wrong. The South Korean company will be launching their flagship G7 globally in less than a month’s time! The only problem is that they’ve added a really dumb suffix to their once clean flagship name: This year’s phone will be called the LG G7 ThinQ.
This is it. Xiaomi’s Mi MIX 2S has been officially revealed. Headline features include some focus on AI, a new camera and new internals! Here’s everything you need to know.
Literally hours before Xiaomi’s big launch of their brand new Mi MIX 2S, the leaks have already reared its ugly head. A new report reveals a pair of pretty legit-looking images that feature the Mi MIX 2S in most of its glory.
While everyone’s getting hyped up about the tri-main-cam Huawei P20 and P20 Pro, everyone’s favourite leak specialist Evan Blass dropped some details — as well as a photo — of HTC’s next big flagship smartphone. Apparently, it’ll be called the HTC U12+ even though there probably will only be one device.
Fujifilm X photographers, meet your new king. This is the Fujifilm X-H1 and it’s the most “serious” camera Fujifilm makes right now, setting its sights on the likes of Sony’s excellent a6500.