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Friday, 19 December 2014

10 Smartphones to be looked for in 2015

Well every year our smartphones are getting bigger, better and more powerful. We all every year are keen to see what revolution will the smartphone makers will bring out. I will try to bring a glimpse of the smartphones coming next year or which have been released recently. Not very detailed specs but their basic difference from the other smartphones.

Here is a list of ten smartphones which I probably think we will look forward to:


1. Micromax YU:


The Indian smartphone company which had been loved by the Indian Subcontinent the most is bringing up a smartphone YU, the one I am most excited about, equipped with custom Android ROM made by Cyanogen. I am pretty sure that phone geeks will really like this phone and will cost around just $147 in India. It's chipset according to Micromax will be 64-bit based, most probably Snapdragon 615.

2. Microsoft Lumia 1030:



After the Nokia's occupation by Microsoft, it seems that Microsoft will soon announce the update to the best ever smartphone which was announced in 2013, the lumia 1020 which was equipped with 41 megapixels of camera. Lumia 1030 may be it's successor's name, which is hoped to be equipped with 50 megapixels of Camera, 2 gigs of RAM , Snapdragon 801 chip and for all obvious reasons Windows 8.1                                        

3. Motorola Maxx:



Motorola launched international version of its Droid Turbo smartphone, the Moto Maxx and also likely to launch in other countries. Featuring 5.2 inches Quad HD display. Fitted with a Snapdragon 805 SoC, 3 gigs of RAM and 21 MP camera.

4. Xiaomi Mi4:



After just a week, the launch of the Mi3 Xiamomi, also the apple of china announced that the Mi 4 can launch in India soon. It features 2.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor with 3 Gigs of RAM. Will be available in 16 gigs and 64 gigs of storage. It will be fitted with 13 MP rear and an 8 MP at front. Having 3080 mAh battery and MIUI 6 based on Android 4.4.

5. Sony Xperia Z4:



Sony to introduce it's next flagship device Z4 next year since the 6 month upgrade policy is adopted by Sony. Device is expected to have 32 gigs of internal memory, 3 gigs of RAM. The device's chipset will be snapdragon 810.Talking about camera same 20.7 MP primary camera having Exmor for mobile and 5 MP secondary camera. Sony may include option for the wireless charging.

6. Sony XPERIA Z4 Compact:



As same strategy adopted in old Z series, with the release of Xperia Z4 the small version i.e. Xperia Z4 Compact will also be released since Sony is struggling in the market of mid-range smartphones. Device will have 1080p display with 4.7 inches of screen. 3 gigs of RAM and 32 gigs internal storage.Similar camera specs of the Z4 and also the option of wireless charging.

7. Huawei Honor 6 plus:



 Huawei just announced the Honor 6 plus just after the launch of Honor 6. Looks similar to iPhones and Xperia Gadgets. Packing a 5.5 inches of IPS display with 1080p resolution, kirin 925 octa core processor with 3 Gigs of RAM. 32 gigs of external expansion will be provided. Two 8 MP camera sensors to take 13 MP pictures.

8. Samsung Galaxy S6:



Galaxy S series is the second most awaited devices after the iPhones. But, Galaxy phones recently were not able to impress the customers. So, the  South Korean giant announced Galaxy S6. Device will be fitted with Snapdragon 810 SoC, 3 gigs of RAM 5.5 iches QHD display Super AMOLED. Working on Android 5.0 Lollipop with TouchWiz UI.

9. Lumia 435:



Just like Sony, Microsoft is also struggling in the Mid range smartphone's market. New smartphone will be below lumia 530/535. Making it the cheapest Windows 4G smartphone. Device will feature 5 MP camera, Snapdragon 200 chipset 1 GB RAM and 8 gigs of internal storage.

10. HTC M9:



HTC will announce its next flagship it is also codenamed the Hima. It is expected to have 5 inches of screen with a metal body, Snapdragon 805 SoC, 3 gigs of RAM and 20.7 MP camera with obviously Android 5.0 and Sense 7.  

So, these devices will be there to revolutionize our Smartphone experience. 
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1 comment:

  1. Its very interesting post, good job

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