It's a big week for Honor, as the company not only unveils the Honor 50 series, but reveals it's back in bed with Google. Not that it's been a quiet one for OnePlus or Realme either...

The Honor 50, 50 Pro, and 50 SE have been unveiled in China, with 120Hz displays and high-Mp cameras. But the bigger news is that the Honor 50 will launch worldwide - and when it does, it will include Google Mobile Services.

Meanwhile OnePlus has followed up the Nord CE with the North American Nord N200. More than that though, the company has confirmed plans to merge even more with Oppo - what does that mean for the company's future phones?

Finally, Realme - another part of the Oppo corporate family, lest we forget - has launched the Realme GT worldwide at a frankly outrageous price, and teased plans for its first tablet and laptop too.

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