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Future Cell Phones

Future Cell Phones

Nokia, Samsung, Sony, Apple, and More



Written By: Cassandra Bondie

Smartphones are constantly evolving. Device designers, developers, and manufacturers bring new ideas to the market annually. Whether you follow the Samsung Galaxy line, the iPhone, the Pixel, or something more retro, the possibilities seem to unfold at lightspeed - making it particularly difficult to keep up. In this article, we're going to discuss Future Cell Phones and the devices you can expect to see in 2019. In an upcoming article, we'll talk about the future of smartphone technology, including new concepts that might be coming your way.

Nokia 9



The next Nokia smartphone is rumored to be titled the Nokia 9. This phone is expected to be more premium than the Nokia 8, with curved edges and a waterproof design. We're guessing the Nokia 9 will keep the bothie function of the Nokia 8, but we expect to see wide-angle and zoom camera functions. The release date of the Nokia 9 hasn't been released or discussed, but experts pin the date sometime in early 2018 - likely before April.

Samsung Galaxy S9



The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ weren't yet cold when development began on Samsung Future Cell Phones. We think the Infinity Display is here to stay, at least for a few more rotations. Experts want to see zoom skills come alive in the Galaxy camera, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 to boot. Rumor suggests the Samsung Galaxy S9 will be launched in the spring of 2018, but we wouldn't be surprised if the launch is held off until the fall.

Sony Xperia XZ2



Not every consumer interests himself in the workings of Samsung and Apple. Sony, LG, Huawei, Nokia, and Google have reasonable releases that are worth following. In particular, we're waiting for the Sony Xperia XZ2. We might see a change in Sony's static smartphone design, with a Snapdragon 845, twin rear-cameras, and full HD resolution. Experts are unsure of the release date, but Sony's next device will likely be unveiled by the summer of 2018.

Apple iPhone 9



The iPhone X is a celebration of ten years of iPhones. Apple has confirmed the phone lays the foundation for the next ten years, suggesting the next iPhone update will borrow many design elements from the iPhone X. We're not sure if the new iPhone will be labeled the iPhone 9 or something more grandiose, but we expect a 19:9 display, facial recognition, and multiple size offerings. Experts believe the next iPhone will launch in the fall of 2018, perhaps in October.

LG G7



This device could land as early as January 2018. This flagship smartphone will be similar to the G6, with a powerful core processor and sharp OLED screens. LG has always been slightly behind on the times. This release will give the company an opportunity to shine and stake its claim in the electronics industry.

Huawei P11



Huawei devices are known for versatility and speed. The Huawei P11 will be launched at the Mobile World Congress in 2018. We're not entirely sure what the device will bring, but rumors have swirled of a 3D face-scanning feature and a sharper display. We'd like to see Huawei up their game in 2018, perhaps becoming a major competitor in the market. Still, if a third spot beside Samsung and Apple exists, it probably belongs to our next contestant - Google.

Google Pixel 3



According to a recent report, we should expect three new Pixel devices in 2018. We doubt the Pixel 3 will make waves until October, at the earliest. It will likely come with the newest version of Android OS, regular security updates, and minimal bloatware. Whisperers believe the phone may rival the iPhone X in specs, with a Snapdragon 845 Processor keeping the device on-task. We may also see Google ramp RAM to 6GB, retain its waterproof design, and incorporate a fingerprint scanner.

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