2014 began with a little revolution in battery life that runs for longer time off the charger with the introduction of power saving modes. It’s expected that this trend would continue in 2015. We are eager to know what’s in store for 2015.
We have seen the days when mobiles used to weigh like a heavy stone, but this generation likes lighter and smarter phones. We can imagine few more innovations down the line. We’ve seen Xperia Z3, Galaxy S5, HTC One M8, and recently Apple’s iPhone 6 hitting the ground. Below is the list of top ten upcoming smartphones for next year.
Samsung Galaxy S6
If you like Samsung phones and are looking for a smartphone rather than a phablet, then S6 is the best option. Featuring 5.5-in display, Octa core 2000 processor, Lollipop V5 android OS, it’s surely a premium phone. Most likely to be available on quad-HD screen, there are plenty of other offers too. Samsung is bringing big changes to its lineup, introducing S6. The model is going to be a big departure from its predecessors and hence it’s referred to as ‘Project Zero’. It will be getting the premium metal frame and design of Galaxy Note 4 and Alpha, and it would be the first mobile to feature 64-bit chip, Snapdragon 810.
Samsung Galaxy Note5
Though Note4 was recently launched, we’ve heard enough of Note5. The next big thing in the phablet world, featuring 5.9-in screen with ultra high definition resolution is Note5. We’ve seen 64-bit system chip in Note4, with enhanced multitasking and functionalities. Super AMOLED screen, 4GB RAM, Octa core processor, finger print sensor, and Super battery save mode are some of the exclusive features.
Sony Xperia Z4
It looks like Sony has stopped launching 2 Z models yearly, and is instead focusing on a great model. Rumored to get 5.5-in screen and Quad HD resolution, Z4 will be a true rival to all the above models.
With Apple bringing bigger smartphones, it’s expected that iPhone7 would get bigger screen than iPhone6. A 14MP camera, quad-core A8, and innovative battery technology for improved connectivity and battery life are expected. In 2014, we saw how Apple stood-out with premium design, remarkable interface, and evolved software to keep their simplicity and functionality well. What could 2015’s phones have to surprise us? Is it enhanced camera sensor, power booster, or any other surprise from Apple?
Samsung Galaxy F
Yet another product from Samsung, Galaxy F would feature 5.1-in AMOLED touch-screen, 3GB RAM, 16MP camera.
Let’s wait to see which of these models win in 2015 or if there’s something totally new!