With Mobile World Congress coming up soon there have been quite a few leaks this past week concerning some of the handsets and devices which are scheduled to be announced during the event, and some of them have provided the best look yet at what to expect. Leaked multiple times in the past few weeks has been the LG G6, which LG will be announcing on February 26th at their official press conference. This past week, the LG G6 showed up again in real life images showing off the front and back of the device in what looks like the silver color, and while images like this which show the phone's design have popped up before, this most recent image leak showed the always on display working.
Also this past week, a new set of leaks for both the Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus surfaced. These appeared to be promotional renders for each phone, and alongside them were some details about the phone specifications, although specs have been rumored before these leaks as well. A new case image for the Samsung Galaxy S8 showed up this past week from UAG, once again showcasing the fingerprint sensor on the back that is placed to the right of the rear-facing camera sensor. A leak also showed up for what is reportedly ASUS' upcoming virtual reality headset. Beyond the leaks, Huawei has been rumored to be building their own digital assistant, and it looks like Google Home and the Amazon Echo may end up support voice calls in the near future. Speaking of voice calls, those with Project Fi may end up getting support for VoLTE as it's reportedly being tested with a small number of subscribers. If you happened to miss any of the best news stories from this past week, you can find them at the links down below.