Best Upcoming Smartphones 2016

Best Upcoming Smartphones 2016

28 Jan 2016

This year it is time for Apple to launch their new product, the iPhone 7. The upcoming devices are varied and they could include thousands of features. This article can help you decide whether to choose a certain brand out of its spec. Although these phones are not based on the official release date, let’s find out how you can benefit from this information.

Upcoming phone prediction in 2016

Samsung Galaxy Edge and Samsung Galaxy S7

(February 2016)

Rumor has it that Samsung S generation seven will be launched somewhere around the month of February. Samsung Launch has been hosted in various events, including the Mobile World Congress. It also appeared in trade shows soon after.

A leak of information detailing info about the S7 states how the gadget will likely look similar to an iPhone 3D touch. The S7 will also have a pressure sensitive screen along with other advanced features like USB C support. Other rumors predict that the S7 will also have an Exynos 8899 processor. Of course, it is just a minor change.

On the storage, there will be many choices of 16 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB. And the RAM capacity will be 3 GB.

Sony Xperia Z6

(February 2016)

Every 6 months, Sony releases its new device with innovative developments on each unit. The thought and idea behind it is to show off how cool the brand is by regularly updating the flagship. However, the public often finds they are rather confusing more than enlightening. Sony released a new statement that as of 2016 they will only launch a new phone once a year. That means it started with the Xperia Z6 in February – which takes place in MWC.

The killer Z6 has loads of features, including a 4K ultra high definition screen. The Sony Z5 premium has contributed to the birth of this absolutely fantastic smartphone with its key feature that has been promoted in the market worldwide. Besides its camera’s best technology, Sony is expected to have more features on the lens. Our favourite would be the waterproofing, huge battery capacity and also fingerprint sensor – all of which are included in the Z6.

LG G5

(March 2016)

LG follows the path of other brands because they offer similar features. In the past few years, there have not been many differences except a bigger screen and a brighter LCD display. The LG G5, however, has a different breakthrough, such as a 4K screen with a fun design tweak. It is equipped with a leather chassis on the back.

LG never really offers a lot of breakthroughs despites the latest screen development. The LG G5 is predicted to be less expensive than its predecessor.

HTC One M10

(March 2016)

HTC, on the other hand, has built a good reputation with its phones – a high end standard that excels other Android platform devices. The design of the HTC one is considered to be fabulous with its UI Sense software and also front face speakers.

This explains how the next generation of HTC will likely be a killer phone in the market. The big screen is almost similar to the Galaxy S6’s screen with the Snapdragon processor or perhaps a better and faster one. The RAM capacity reaches a 3 GB maximum and its metallic frame gives off that luxury feel once held.

iPhone 7

(September 2016)

The iPhone 7 is a revolutionary device made by Apple with its exceptional features all packed in a good quality handset. The details are apparently kept secret and the leak features are probably missing something in particular because of this.

What we conclude about iPhone 7: • It will be released in 2016. • The phone will be waterproof. • The display screen will have OLD technology.

Huawei P9

(April 2016)

The Huawei P9 will also be launched soon this year with more and better features. The brand itself is from China but working its way to the West because the smartphone is enhancing their quality. The Huawei P9 is expected to have incredible features with a Kirin processor 950 that works fabulously.

The Huawei P9 marks itself as the fastest Android phone in the market so far with its 2 cameras and 4GB RAM, not to mention the fingerprint processor.

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