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Motorola Moto Z3 Play set to be unveiled on June 6

After releasing a bunch of entry-level and mid-range devices, Motorola will go one more step of its 2018’s schedule. According to reports and recent leaks, the next target of the Lenovo-owned company is the newest member for its premium-mid-range line, the Moto Z3 Play.

Xiaomi Redmi 6A pays a visit to TENNA

Three new Xiaomi phones with model numbers of M1804C3CC, M1804C3CE and M1804CDE have surfaced on TENAA. It is speculated that these could be the three variants of the rumored Xiaomi Redmi 6A smartphone.

Vivo Z1 officially announced with 6.26-inch display and Snapdragon 660

Vivo has today gone ahead to announce a new mid-range device dubbed – the Vivo Z1 – the first in its Z series of smartphones. With the iPhone X like vertically-placed dual camera on its flip side, the Vivo Z1 parades a glass back with a large bezel-free display with the irregular display notch at the top. The rear side is curved with rounded edges, while it gets a nice paint job including Red, Black and blue colours. The device comes with a rear fingerprint sensor, while the face unlock feature is also provided for additional security.

Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth with 5.45-inch display and 13MP camera launched

Huawei had launched the Enjoy 8, Enjoy 8 Plus and Enjoy 8e smartphones in March this year. Today, the Chinese manufacturer has announced a new family member to the Enjoy 8 series – the Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth. The specs of the phone suggest that it is toned version of the Enjoy 8e phone.

VIVO Y83 with HELIO P22 and Jovi AI unveiled

Barely two days after MediaTek officially announced the Helio P22 chipset, Vivo has scored a first by launching the first Helio P22-powered smartphones. The smartphone is dubbed Vivo Y83 and aside from the new chipset, the device comes with a premium design bringing the full-screen design to Vivo’s mid-range segment. The Y83 is a low-end midrange smartphone by the way.

Qualcomm launched Snapdragon 710

Qualcomm is a leader in the chips market. Its products can be found on over 1300 devices. There are actually three lines of Snapdragon 800 for the flagship models, the Snapdragon 600 for mainstream handsets, and the Snapdragon 400/200 for the low-end models. To feel the gap between former two models, today, the manufacturer announced the Snapdragon 700 series. The first product of the Snapdragon 700 series is the Snapdragon 710. This platform integrates various modules inherited from the Snapdragon 845. But what’s more interesting, this chip will appear on devices priced around 3000 yuan.

Meizu M6T spotted at Geekbench

Meizu’s Blue Charm wing has recently confirmed that the Meizu M6T smartphone would be launching on May 29. It is expected to debut as a budget friendly phone with impressive selfie shooting capabilities. The smartphone has recently appeared on Geekbench benchmarking platform. The Geekbench listing reveals that the Meizu 6T is fueled by a low-end Spreadtrum processor.

Core configuration of Xiaomi Mi 8 leaked online

Just a week before the official Mi 8 announcement, rumors started flying in. Yesterday a hands-on video leaked showcasing a gorgeous translucent back, much like the Translucent Blue variant of HTC U12+, and now we know what's peeking through the back panel.The leaked photo shows a 6.2-inch Full HD (1080x2280) display with 19:9 aspect ratio contradicting previous reports of a 6.01-inch display. We are also very excited by the in-display fingerprint scanner so we hope this one turns out to be true.

Honor 7A and 7C launched in India

Honor has added yet two more smartphones to its big-budget phone roster in India today. The phone maker has launched the Honor 7A, and Honor 7C just at the back of an Honor 10 launch. The Honor 7A is the more timid of the two with entry-level hardware and a matching price. The Honor 7C has two variants – 3GB + 32GB, 4GB + 64GB. Below follows schematics of the two handsets.

HTC U12+ with Snapdragon 845 and dual cameras launched

Much awaited HTC flagship U12+ was launched by the company recently. The HTC U12+ is an upgrade on the U11+ with the company’s first flagship dual camera since the One (M8), HDR10 screen and, of course, a Snapdragon 845.