2016 was certainly an interesting year in smartphones; we saw multiple attempts at modular phones, exploding phablets, and the death of the headphone jack. So what can we expect in 2017? Here's what's next.
Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC kicked off its 2017 by announcing two new smartphones: the U Ultra, and the U Play. The new devices step away from HTC's long running love for aluminium, and other than a metallic rim, are all glass.
Huawei's Honor 6X is now official! Here's what to expect.
2017's flagship smartphones will be thinner and have bigger batteries thanks to Qualcomm. The mobile chip manufacturer today took the wraps of its latest high-end processor - the Snapdragon 835 - which is said to be 25% faster than last year's Snapdragon 820, while using 25% less power. This translates to roughly 2.5 hours more battery per day.
Samsung's kicked off its 2017 by announcing three new midrange smartphones, the 5.7-inch Galaxy A7, the 5.2-inch Galaxy A5, and the 4.7-inch Galaxy A3.
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