In a few days we will know everything about the new Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G. With its launch so soon, it’s no surprise that leaks have surfaced on the message desk revealing colors, specs, prices, and more. I bet you will be excited to finally read about the official devices next week, but for now, here are these new rumors and speculation:
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (Fan Edition) went live last week. We covered a number of leaks, rumors, and speculation last week, so we’ll keep it simple this week: we haven’t done our full review yet, but our hands-on impressions after a few days are pretty good.
Here are the top Android stories of the week
- Update now! – The latest update of the Galaxy S20 series brings improvements for the camera, security patch for September
- look at that – Samsung’s free TV app is coming to Galaxy phones
- I like this – This could be our first look at the canceled Xperia Play 2
- A fresh start? – OnePlus Nord phones are factory reset in owners pockets
- Last but not least – The Nokia 8.3 5G is finally here: all the info you need!
- Will it help – Huawei is open to using Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets in its phones
- Cool!!! – Huawei wants to charge your phone with lasers: here we could see it
- Communicate freely – US bans on TikTok, WeChat temporarily stopped
- Keep me up to date – The launch of the Xiaomi Mi 10T series has been confirmed for next week
- Do not fall off your chair – Microsoft to buy Bethesda for $ 7.5 billion
- Sweet echo – Amazon Hardware Event 2020: Everything the company announced today
- New apps in our Android Apps Weekly – Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells, Main Battle Tank2 and more
From across the network
Sales of the week:
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