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TechnikNews Weekly # 052: iPhone 8 Plus review, Galaxy S8 receives Android Pie, Xiaomi Mi 9 and more

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February is almost over. But before we start the next week and the next month, here's ours again TechnikNews Weekly. This week you clicked the test of the iPhone 8 Plus, the article on the pie update for the Galaxy S8 and the presentation of the Xiaomi Mi 9 the most. You were also interested in some articles from MWC 2019.

iPhone 8 Plus review

In the middle of the week my review of the iPhone 8 Plus went online. Although it is already an older iPhone, many still use the classic with a home button. Precisely for this reason, I took a closer look at the iPhone from 2017 and drew my personal conclusion. In my opinion, you can still use the older iPhone 8 Plus. But why? If you are interested review, please click into my article.

Galaxy S8 receives update to Android Pie and Bixby can now speak German

Many users of the Galaxy S8 had already given up hope of an update to Android Pie. Nevertheless, the smartphone is not that old and should therefore definitely receive the update. This week it has now too: the first users reported receiving the update on their Galaxy S8 (Plus). The update is now in circulation and should reach all users of the S8 in the coming days and weeks. Since you are probably very interested in the update, this article also made it to number 2 of our most-clicked articles this week. Maybe it could be because Bixby finally speaks German - just click on it yourself:

Xiaomi Mi 9, Mi 9 Explorer Edition and Mi 9 SE are here

This week Xiaomi presented the latest flagship. Not only the Xiaomi Mi 9, but also two special versions are being launched on the market. In the article you will find all the technical details, we reported on the European prices on Saturday. You can find both articles directly below.

Huawei Mate X: The foldable smartphone at MWC

On Sunday, Huawei presented the next foldable smartphone with the Mate X. You clicked this article so often within a few hours that it has overtaken all other places this week and now lands in 4th place. The competitor to the Galaxy fold is not necessarily cheap, but is a lot better positioned and equipped. You could also do without thick edges.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is showing the commercial in advance

Interestingly, you were more interested in the article with the previously published commercial for the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus than the subsequent presentation itself. Samsung presented its latest smartphones Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Fold on Wednesday evening. There were also two new wearables on display. If you want to know more about it - we have linked all the relevant articles for you here.

More articles last week

This week there was a lot of news from us - and not just felt. All articles that are not in your toplist of the TechnikNews Weekly are available for you to read in chronological order below.

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