We're now into February and getting closer to the Mobile World Congress, which kicks off in under a month, and the most read articles of the past week are mostly focused on that. As was the case the past week, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ harnessed the amassed the most attention.
This week we saw renders and schematics of the duo, we saw its components pictured and its price and availability details unearthed. We hope that when Samsung takes the wraps off its two flagships on February 25 there will be something that we don't already know.
The article which was tossed around the most this past week was the Meizu 15 Plus leak, the bezel-free front really catches the attention.
Google finalized its $1.1B acquisition deal with HTC for its Pixel team and intellectual property, Motorola launched a 6GB of RAM Moto X4, vivo Xplay7 surfaced with 10GB of RAM and Nokia 8 Sirocco popped up as a trademark.
Check out the full list of most-read articles below and check back here on Monday!
The camera/fingerprint reader assembly on the back is a major change, everything else is more or less the same.
The phone sports a 5" screen, but is only as wide as the Xperia XZ1 Compact.
The phones will cost the same as the Galaxy S8, to arrive for pre-order on March 2, to ship on March 8.
The battery capacity matches the values from the Brazilian certificates. As a bonus: three images from S9's promo campaign.
The trademark lists TA-1005 - a model name previously associated with the Nokia ۹ due to several hardware upgrades.