It has been over a month since Google unveiled brand new features for the Google Home and Google Assistant, all in the effort of making conversations with the digital personal assistant easier and more fluent.
Earlier this week, Oppo unveiled the Find X with a unique pop-out camera design. As if the phone was not already unique enough, Oppo will also be launching a Lamborghini edition of the Find X in selected markets.
Samsung is not a stranger to launching new colors for smartphones it has already introduced, especially for specific markets.
Earlier this month, Motorola launched the Moto G6 in India. The handset takes on the likes of the Redmi Note 5/Pro, Honor 7X/9 Lite, RealMe 1, and other incredibly popular handsets in the Rs 15,000 category in the Indian smartphone market.
The Vivo Nex, which was announced recently, envisions a world where a pop-out selfie camera is the norm.
Last year, Google managed to outdo every other smartphone OEM in the market in terms of camera performance with the Pixel 2 which featured a single camera setup at its rear. Google managed to deliver unprecedented camera performance which other OEMs failed to do with the dual-camera setup on the rear.
Less than two weeks after Google released the second beta of Android P, OnePlus has also gone ahead and released the second Developer Preview of Android P for the OnePlus 6. Apart from the usual bug fixes and enhancements made by Google as a part of Android P, OnePlus has also added some of their own OxygenOS features to the build.
A few weeks after unveiling the international variant of MIUI 10, Xiaomi has released the first beta of the ROM for some of its compatible devices. The latest release of MIUI further improves system performance uses AI to bring features like portrait mode to its older devices with a single camera.
Less than a month after its release, OnePlus has managed to sell over 1 million units of the OnePlus 6. More precisely, the company took only 22 days to sell 1 million units of its latest handset.