New phones of the week - continues in October

New phones of the week - continues in October

New phones of the week -  continues in October
Phones of the week

New phones of the week -  continues in October

This October has demonstrated truly rushed - more so than expected, and Smartphone declarations have been flying our way by the handfuls. While we're sitting tight for the OnePlus 6T on Monday and some iPads on Tuesday one week from now, this previous one kept us occupied as well.

We'd call the Xiaomi Mi Mix the feature of the week (you know, subsequently the header picture) - an all-screen bezelless slider with a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen, double cameras front and back, up to 10 GB of RAM, and a packaged 10W wireless charger as the what tops off an already good thing. We even got the opportunity to invest some time with it as well.

Two days sooner, Xiaomi reported the Black Shark Helo. The firm's gaming Smartphone packs a 6-inch AMOLED screen (no 120Hz invigorate rate, unfortunately), forward looking stereo speakers, double warm pipes, enlightened logo and sides, and accompanies a couple of snap-on controllers relying upon which version you get.

Presently, since we're in the claim to fame gadgets classification, how about we additionally mention the HTC Exodus 1 - a blockchain-centered Smartphone you can just purchase with Bitcoin or Ethereum, and you can use as a wallet for all your Satoshis.

In the domain of more standard contributions, the Meizu Note 8, declared for the current week, will present to you a 6-inch tall notchless presentation, double pixel primary camera with an additional one for depth detection, and a 8MP selfie camera. A Snapdragon 632 chip is in control and with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of capacity everything sounds bounty at the soliciting cost from CNY 1,300 ($185/€165).

Samsung had two or three announcement as well, in the regularly developing Galaxy A- series. The A6s is the firm's first phone not be manufactured in its own production lines, but rather regardless it'll have a signature SuperAMOLED screen, 6 inch of it, a Snapdragon 660 chipset, 6GB of RAM and something like 64GB of storage, so imagine a scenario where it's made somewhere else.

The Oppo R15x likewise went official in China current week (kind of, on the grounds that we don't have the full specs yet) - a rebadged version of the K1 with a few spec knocks all over.

In neighboring India, Panasonic divulged a few Eluga Z1's - a normal one and a Pro. The Pro, for this situation, just means more RAM and storage with whatever is left of the specs being indistinguishable - a 6.19" 720p screen, Helio P22 chipset, and a generous 4,000mAh battery capacity.

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