Week 40 In Review: Nexus Duo, Camera Battles And Lumia 950 XL Leaks

By 12:57 Wed, 28 Jul 2021 Comments

Another week flew by and the recent Nexus duo seems to be on everybody's mind. Both the Huawei- made Nexus 6P phablet and the LG Nexus 5X have flooded the news section, as the industry was eager to learn everything there is to know about the latest and greatest Google smartphones. Besides the obvious first see and specs run down at the unveiling event, we already have a clear concept of what the handsets will cost. The EU pricing seems to be particularly hard to swallow, but hopefully, it will be reconsidered shortly.

LG also excited users with another phone announcement – the peculiar LG V10. It has at least a couple of oddities going for it, like a small second classy screen above the main display and a dual front-facing capturing camera setup.

Other noteworthy announcements from the past few days include the powerful Pixel C tablet and the flagship-grade HTC Butterfly 3. Another gigantic topic this week seems to be capturing camera performance. A few devices paid a visit to DxOMark with truly impressive results, like the Xperia Z5, which is now officially the king of the turf. The Nexus 6P and 5X also did well.

Last, but definitely not least, if you are still waiting on the next Lumia flagship device, you will be pleased to hear that it is getting ever closer to a release. The Lumia 950 XL keeps popping up in rumors and renders all over the place, so it shouldn't be long now.

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