The mobile phone industry never stops: right when you think you’ve seen the next best thing, a new exciting model is announced. 2018 promises to be even a better year for the industry. Here are the 5 smartphones coming soon that you should be excited about.
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One of the most anticipated tech events of the last year was the comeback of the iconic Nokia brand. This time Nokia phones run on Android OS and have a whole range of outstanding features. No date has been announced for the Nokia 9 release, but we can look forward to it in February 2018. The device is rumoured to have dual lens camera, high-end styling, and a stock version of Android, which is always a welcome sight.
Apple iPhone SE 2
Although Apple swore that the iPhone SE, released in early 2016, was the last phone designed by the company that had a 4-inch screen, this year all signs point to the iPhone SE 2 to come out in March. Like before, the SE 2 will be a combination of familiar 4-inch aluminium body design and features you’re more likely to find in Apple flagships like the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, released last year.
In the past few years HTC emerged as the unlikely leader of the Android smartphone market, and the U12, scheduled for a May 2018 release, will only cement the brand’s position in the industry. The device will feature a nearly bezel-less 5.7-inch display, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of built-in storage, and premium metal casing, which is a notable departure from the glass bodies of previous HTC models.
Samsung Galaxy S9
Another year, another groundbreaking Samsung release – this time the world can’t wait to see the Samsung Galaxy S9. From what we’ve seen so far, the Galaxy S9 won’t look too different to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S8. However, big changes are expected to take place in the camera department; most importantly, the S9 camera is going to have an even faster autofocus than the S8.
The LG G7 continues the lineup of premium devices, most recently represented by the well-received LG G6. The LG G7 will sport both new and familiar features like nearly bezel-less screen, water resistance, and dual-lense camera. Nevertheless, the most important upgrade will be the phone’s performance: thanks to the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor the G7 will be able to successfully compete with the most powerful smartphones in the market.