GSMArena labs: would you subscribe to a newsletter?

GSMArena team, 13 April 2024

The tech world can be pretty hectic at times, so you might miss a major event that you have been waiting for. We highlight important developments in our Week in review posts, but we were wondering whether a weekly newsletter might be more convenient for you. What do you think?

The newsletter will contain a brief summary of recent events with links to articles with more details. This will include things like phone launches, important software updates, official and unofficial reports on upcoming devices, other leading news from the industry and (of course) our detailed reviews and videos.

If we start a newsletter, would you sign up to receive one every week?

If you voted “yes” above, then we’d like to hear your thoughts on what the newsletter should contain and how it should be structured. Your opinions will help shape the newsletter, so leave us a comment below telling us what you think should go into the weekly email, what shouldn’t, ideas on the format and whatever else you think is important.


Reader comments

  • Tom Apple
  • 18 Apr 2024
  • 3pG

You can block the emojis with an adblocker. I think gsmarena is one of the sites that censors the least amount from my experience. (I stopped using TheVerge over 10 years ago because of their censorship)

  • bikelover1352
  • 18 Apr 2024
  • rK@

once a week email which has information about all the phones that have been launched during the week passed and upcoming phones which are going to be launched and also a section of phones you have reviewed

  • Anonymous
  • 16 Apr 2024
  • Jb8

there should be architectural ability to choose frequency of email messages: once per 1, 2, 4 or 8 weeks. this will lead to appropiate wanted letters istead of try and leave. so optional should be not only topic subjects (teachnoligies, phones),...

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