The mid-summer rarely brings a lot of high-profile announcements, but we got two premium products this week alone.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 slate and the Black Shark 2 Pro gaming smartphone officially began their journeys today.
Yet our most read story was not about a device, but a technology. Oppo's new Waterfall display with nearly 90-degree curved panel promises to bring us yet another step closer to the all-screen future and clearly got you very excited. It looks awesome and we might get to see it as early as next year in one of Oppo's flagship models.
We got plenty of leaks too - the Huawei Mate 30, the Nokia 9.1 PureView and the Pixel 4 duo all made headlines this week. Of course, the Galaxy Note10 was the most frequent visitor to our news section - the new Samsung flagship now just three days away from its official debut.
Oh, and global market researches point at Samsung as the top smartphone manufacturer for yet another quarter.
The vivo Z5 got unveiled in China offering pretty nice specs for the asking price, while MediaTek introduced its first two gaming chipsets - G90 and G90T. Preliminary benchmarks show that the chips are more powerful than Qualcomm's Snapdragon 730, which is downright impressive given that MediaTek is aiming at the low-cost devices.
See you next week with the most exciting news from the mobile industry.
The curves on the side of the screen are 88 degrees, bringing the screen-to-body ratio even closer to 100%.
It also has an ultra wide-angle camera.
It will have an RYYB layout and Cine lens features during video shooting.
Top of the line specs and more color options for the latest Black Shark gaming phone.
Light is helping with the camera development.
Includes iPhone X-style secure facial recognition system as well as advanced motion gestures.
Yep, no 3.5mm jack but there's a microSD card to keep you comfort.
It bent the the wrong way.
You should update to iOS 12.4 right now.
The Galaxy Note 10 family will be announced next week in New York City.
US sanctions have hurt Huawei just a little.
It also carries a 4,500 mAh battery that can charge your other devices as well.
MediaTek might be onto something here.
The device will also come in a 4G version.
Expect three different hues for the upcoming smartwatch.
The 5G variant might settle for slower charging than the standard Galaxy Note10+ model.