Week 3 In Review: Lumia, LG G5 And HTC Rumors

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As we sdiscontinue off the third week of 2016, let's see back and see what excitement the news section had to offer.

The Nokia brand has been one constantly reoccurring theme these past few days and the promise of a glorious return to the smartphone realm with a recent batch of devices now seems more plausible than ever. Mysterious handsets with the legendary Finnish logo have been popping up all over the place in photos, online listings and videos.

Samsung made the headlines quite a few times during the week. Galaxy S7 rumors are constantly intensifying, but it finally feels like we are getting closer to uncovering the full tale about all the variants and their classy screen sizes. As of today, that includes a 5.1-inch basic S7 and a 5.5-inch S7 edge. The Korean giant has also been keeping busy updating its "J" family. Consequently, the Galaxy J5 (2016) and J7 (2016) have been popping up in leaks all over the place. The same goes for the refreshed "A" family as well.

In other news, HTC also has gigantic plans for 2016, with two recent Nexus phones, allegedly lined up, as well as the eagerly-anticipated release of the M10.

LG is also generating a lot of hype around the G5 flagship, due out this year. It might be a radical departure from its predecessors with volume and power buttons moved away from the back to assist in crafting a thinner profile. The concept of a detachable bottom part to grant access to the battery has also been tossed around.

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