Week 18 in review: LG G7 ThinQ and Galaxy A6 duo go official
LG finally took the wraps off the G7 ThinQ this week. At that point we already had a good idea what to expect from LG's latest but it was nice to have the remaining blanks filled.
Samsung also unveiled a much anticipated duo - the Galaxy A6 (2018) and Galaxy A6+ (2018) were better protected from leaks but not completely immune.
After the two announcements there were the usual rumor mill-focused articles. The HTC U12+ and Xiaomi Mi 7 were confirmed for announcement on May 23 - separate events, obviously.
Finally, in a move to counter increased import tax, Xiaomi raised the Indian price of its Redmi Note 5 Pro and Mi LED TV 4 55".
See you in a week!
LG G7 ThinQ debuts with 6.1" notched screen
Ultra-bright, notched LCD display, dedicated Google Assistant key and powerful Quad DAC audio, with DTS-X.
OnePlus 6 leaks in new hands-on photos
The photos are pretty low-res, but they do offer a glimpse of the upcoming device in the flesh.
Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ launch with Infinity Display, Android Oreo
After a few weeks filled with leaks, the duo has finally become official.
HTC U12+ coming on May 23 with two dual cameras and a mystery
The two dual cameras are easy to spot - but then there are two more components with ribbon cables and LEDs.
Is the Xiaomi Mi 7 coming on May 23?
A poster has leaked, suggesting that Xiaomi's next big announcement is coming on May 23.
Galaxy A6 and A6+ completely detailed on Samsung’s Indonesian website with Bixby
The two midrange devices will have Bixby features, but no Bixby Voice.
Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) and A6+ (2018) prices leak
Alongside detailed specs. Spoilers ahead!
HTC U12+ sample photos detail two 12MP cameras with f/1.8 and f/2.6 aperture
The images carry a model name 2Q55100, which may be the HTC U12+.
OnePlus 6 Avengers: Infinity War Special Edition packaging leaks
The phone will likely have a Kevlar finish and a few extra goodies in the box.
Xiaomi raises Redmi Note 5 Pro and Mi LED TV 4 55" Indian prices to cover for higher taxes
The Redmi Note 5 Pro will sell for INR 1,000 more while the Mi LED TV 4 55" for INR 5,000 more.
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