LG will announce the G6 at MWC 2017 in Barcelona on February 26th, and we've seen numerous leaks about the upcoming flagship.
Now, the Korean company itself have revealed the G6 camera specs. According to their official teaser on the LG website, the G6 will have wide-angle cameras on the front and the back.
The selfie shooter will have a 100-degree field of view, but the resolution hasn't been mentioned.
Lenovo and Motorola are expected to announce the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus at MWC 2017, and we've already heard numerous rumors.
Now, little less than a week before the official announcement, the specs of the phones have leaked from a Colombian retailer.
Lenovo decided to go far smaller displays than last year's series, so the G5 will have a 5-inch screen, while the G5 Plus will rock a 5.2-inch display. Moto G4 and G4 Plus had 5.5-inch screens. The resolution will remain Full HD.
HTC Is close to revealing its latest budget smartphone, the HTC One X10, which is a 5.5-inch smartphone made for markets like India - with new pictures arriving on Weibo.
The upcoming One X10 is quite the departure from the One X9 (which had similar styling to the Nexus 6P) - sporting a unibody aluminum design, fingerprint sensor on the back - something its predecessor didn't have. There are also capacitive navigation buttons at the bottom.
HTC will most likely unveil its new One X10 smartphone at MWC 2017 next week.
LG will announce the G6 at MWC in Barcelona, and we know that the phone won't feature a Snapdragon 835. Instead, it will be powered by a Snapdragon 821.
However, that doesn't mean we won't see a Snapdragon 835 powered smartphone this year. According to a new rumor, the successor to the LG V20 should be powered by that processor.
The same rumor suggests that the V30 would have 6GB of RAM, a dual camera, and should have a better DAC compared to the V20.
There have been numerous leaks regarding the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in the past few months. Samsung won't unveil them at MWC in Barcelona, but they will probably use that event to tease their upcoming flagship and hopefully confirm the official launch date (rumors suggest that Samsung will launch the phones on March 29th).
The latest leak comes from a Ukrainian retailer database that shows the color options and pricing of the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Both phones are listed under Black, Gold, and Orchid Gray colors.
The prices are listed in Ukrainian Hryvnia, and they show that the S8 and S8+ will indeed be more expensive than the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The numbers translate into around $950 for the Galaxy S8 and $1050 for the S8+.
Back in October, Xiaomi announced their most ambitious phone so far - the Mi MIX. The device comes with an incredible 91.3 percent screen-to-body ratio, which the company says is the world's 1st.
Less than a four months after the launch, the company has confirmed that they are working on the Mi MIX successor. The news was confirmed by the company's CEO Lei Jun.
Jun wrote a post on Weibo in which he noted that Xiaomi is developing the Mi MIX successor with the help of French designer Philippe Starck, who worked on the design of the original Mi MIX.
While Huawei will unveil the P10 and P10 Plus at this year's MWC, their Honor brand also has a new smartphone to show.
According to a Russian website Hi-Tech, the company will launch a global version of the Honor V9, which will be unveiled on February 21st in China.
The global version of the phone will reportedly be named the Honor 8 Pro, and unlike the Honor 8 and Honor 8 Lite, it should be a high-end device.
ASUS' ZenFone 3 Zoom and ZenFone AR were officially revealed at CES, and with the MWC around the corner, there are rumors that the company might unveil new devices in Barcelona.
The latest leak shows the new member of the ZenFone family - ZenFone 3 Go. The leaked image reveals that the device won't have a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor or a physical button on the front.
As for the specs, the leak suggests a 5-inch 720p display, Snapdragon 410 processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage. The main camera should come with a resolution of 13MP while the front camera comes with 5MP.
The Huawei P10 will be officially announced in little more than a week from now in Barcelona, but we already know what to expect.
Just yesterday Huawei unveiled that the device will come in three colors - gold, blue, and green.
The latest leaks show the actual photos of the device, leaked by the Federal Communications Commission. The images confirm what we already knew about the phone.
ZTE is expected to announce their ZTE Gigabit at MWC 2017 alongside some other smartphones.
The Chinese company describes the phone as a "forward-looking smartphone" for 5G era, although we won't see the successor to 4G LTE in wide usage until 2020.
The phone will allow for 1 gigabit per second download speeds. ZTE believe that this feature will improve 360 VR videos, streaming, and more.
Because this phone is coming out this year, it is very unlikely to have anything to do with actual 5G. However, companies like Qualcomm do have modems capable of Gigabit speeds already.