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The release date of the Huawei P10 will come one month ahead of its predecessor the P9, indicated the sources.
China-based Huawei is expected to unveil its new flagship model, the Huawei P10, at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC).
More new Android phones to come in 2Q17 prior to arrival of new iPhoneMonica Chen, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 15 February 2017]Most Android phone vendors are expected to launch new models in the second quarter of 2017 to grab market share prior to the planned release of next-generation iPhone devices in September, according to industry sources.
Other new Android models to come in the second quarter will include LG’s G6, Xiaomi’s Note 4X and Mi 6, and Asustek’s ZenFone 4 series smartphone
Among Android phone vendors, samsung Electronics is expected to launch its Galaxy S8 in the second half of March with the first batch of shipments to reach 10 million units, indicated the sources.
More new Android phones to come in 2Q17 prior to arrival of new iPhone
Best new phones 2017: apple iphone 8 & iphone 8 Plusiphone 8 UK release date: September 2017apple is set to go big on the iPhone’s 10th anniversary, which could go some way to make up for this year’s relatively minor upgrade.
According to an apple supplier, at least one of the company’s new iPhones for 2017 will have a glass body.
However, if you are waiting to upgrade you should note that no phones running the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip can launch until after the Galaxy S8, which has first dibs.
One iPhone we won’t see in 2017 is an upgrade to the iPhone SE, which Apple allegedly fears may hurt its iPhone 7 sales.
A combination of design and hardware changes should make the iPhone 8 the most radical new iPhone to date.
2 -powerful new features on their way to Android right now
Instant Apps is Google’s futuristic new way of letting you use Android apps without ever installing a thing.
New feature #1: Instant TetheringThe first new feature on its way to Android devices right now is something called Instant Tethering.
Unlike Instant Tethering, Instant Apps isn’t limited only to Google’s own phones; it works on most any reasonably recent Android phone or tablet.
Equally nifty: Once you stop actively using the second device, Android will automatically turn off the hotspot for you — so you don’t needlessly keep running down your phone’s battery.
It’s called Instant Apps, and it’s something we’ve been hearing about since last spring.