2018 was an exciting year for mobile phones. We saw some crazy workarounds with notches, fancy sliders and additions of multiple camera modules to satisfy the mobile-buff inside us.
This industry, being so competitive, will see further expansions into other territories such as cornered front-facing cameras, 5G enabled devices, more rear cameras, full-screen displays, on-screen fingerprint sensors, and more.
We try to list 5 of the most anticipated phones in the year 2019.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus
Expected to launch by March / April 2019, the Samsung flagship has had multiple leaks already. This could possibly come with a hole in the screen to accommodate the camera module. We doubt if Samsung would go with the notched approach but this sure will be an exciting device to look forward to. Users can also expect an overhaul to the Samsung One UI Experience with much more tweaks and minimalistic looks.
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL
The Pixel series gets every photo frenzied person excited. With a single lens, Google has radicalized smartphone photography. Night Sight was cutting-edge and brought a distinction to low light mobile phones imagery. The Pixel software, which is nothing but stock Android, is liked by the majority of Android loyalists. We need to wait for a larger part of 2019 to see what comes through from the Google outlet around October. What more – Google might as well launch a mellowed down ‘Lite’ version of their Pixel 4 in 2019.
Since it’s come back Nokia didn’t really launch any Flagship competitor. Yes, it had the Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 8 but it never felt like competing in the flagship space. In 2019 Nokia definitely needs and will try to fill the gap. What better than launching a flagship with bezel-less display and a plethora of cameras. The leaks so far have hinted towards a five-camera setup at the rear on the Nokia 9 smartphone. If its as good a 2019 version of Nokia’s PureView and Lumia combinations, then alongside Android One software in Nokia phones this is going to be a hit. Expected to launch around March / April, we are sure Nokia fans have a reason to rejoice.
Huawei Mate 30 Pro
Huawei is on a roll! Be it controversies or mobile devices, we can’t keep up the count with the
2018 was already an interesting year for Oneplus. In-display fingerprint scanner, slim bezel-less devices, powerpoint mistakes and US launch with local carriers got Oneplus high already. The company has come a long way since its first device, the Oneplus One, with a change in trajectory towards more high end flagships. Expect 5g phones and another segment line added beyond the current line up of devices from Oneplus with the first launch around the mid of 2019.
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