Top 7 Trending Smartphones This Week: Realme 3 Pro, OnePlus 7, Zenfone 6, Redmi Pro 2 & More!

Xiaomi continues to take the top spot with it’s latest and upcoming launches. Realme is prepping up for it’s new smartphone this month, Realme 3 Pro. It also recently added a new variant to its U1 lineup in India.

Oppo will be unveiling its new Reno series on April 10.

OnePlus has discounted its OnePlus 6T in China, hinting at an imminent launch of its next flagship, OnePlus 7. A couple of new leaks about the upcoming flagship are out as well.

Let’s check out the top trending smartphones from this week.


Realme 3 Pro

The upcoming Realme 2 Pro successor is on top of the trending smartphones this week. A new leak has confirmed that the new Realme smartphone will come with Snapdragon 710 processor, built on an 10nm architecture. It’s the same processor powering Oppo R17 Pro and Nokia 8.1. Realme 3 Pro will come with Sony IMX 519 rear sensor, the same camera sensor used in the current OnePlus 6T flagship. The smartphone will launch in the country in the third week of this month.

Asus Zenfone 6

The sixth generation Asus ZenFone 6 has been again leaked, now with a dual slider design. Zenfone 6 has been trending since it was spotted on Geekbench. The recent leak design shows massive stereo speakers with wide angle selfie cameras. Asus ZenFone 6 will come with a no-notch display slider that goes both ways, according to the new rumour. Asus ZenFone 6 will be powered by Snapdragon 855, scheduled to launch in Spain on May 16.

OnePlus 7

The soon to-be-announced OnePlus flagship continues to trend in the country. The OnePlus smartphone has again been leaked, and this time the presence of a pop-up selfie camera has been confirmed with a rear triple camera setup. OnePlus 7 rear camera system will include the current flagship imaging sensor, Sony IMX 586 sensor. The other features include a larger battery backed by Warp fast charging, Snapdragon 855 chip and a new panoramic full-screen display.

Oppo Reno

The new series by Oppo, the Reno will be official on April 10. The latest Reno series has been trending since it’s announcement last month. The Oppo Reno will come in two variants: the top model with Snapdragon 855 and the mid-range affordable variant with Snapdragon 710 chip. The top Oppo Reno model will also feature a triple rear camera system backed by the special 10X hybrid zooming technology based on a periscope. Recently the base storage variant of the top-end Reno model has listed on a Vietnamese site at 1.4 million VND (around INR 37,350).

Redmi Pro 2

A new smartphone from the Redmi lineup has been leaked confirming the presence of a pop-up selfie camera in it. Dubbed as Redmi Pro 2, it’s being speculated to the first flagship smartphone from Redmi after being separated as an independent brand. Redmi Pro 2 will come with Snapdragon 855 chip and a triple rear camera setup including the Sony IMX 586 sensor as the primary shooter. While the company is yet to confirm anything, Redmi Pro 2 may launch in the second half of 2019.

Realme U1

The ex-Oppo sub-brand has added a new smartphone to its first generation U1 series lineup. The company initially released a video teaser of a new U series device, throwing up speculations for Realme U2. Though, later the company only launched a new storage variant of the existing Realme U1 with 3GB RAM and 64GB storage at Rs 10,999. Till now, Realme U1 was available in two storage options starting at Rs 9,999: 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB.

Redmi 7 & Redmi 7A

Indian leakster, Ishan Agarwal recently tweeted about the upcoming smartphones from Xiaomi in India. The newly launched Redmi 7 will be hitting the Indian shores very soon, expected to be within a couple of months. Also, the company is said to bring in a new device as well, Redmi 7A. It will replace the current Redmi 6A smartphone in the budget category. Redmi 7 features Snapdragon 632, 6.3-inch dot notch HD+ display, 4,000mAh battery, MIUI 10 based on Android 9 Pie and USB Type C port supporting fast charging.

That’s all from this week, stay tuned for more!

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