Best Smartphones 2019 – Specs & Prices

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Best Smartphones 2019. Rapidity of smartphone growth moving so fast, there’s always something to come in the wings. No sooner have you discover the latest handset, that there’s anticipation for the next big thing.

Here we look at those phones that haven’t yet launched, the upcoming phones for 2019. We’ll be updating this list on a regular basis, with those device rumours we think are convincing and stirring.

Honor View 20

The Honor View 20 has been Launched in China and offers a “hole punch” selfie camera, meaning it can ditch the notch – which should be a big inclination for 2019. Its comes to know through reliable resources that this phone is launching on 22 January for Europe, offering a mid-range but technologically sophisticated handset that’s setting trends. It will also have a 48-megapixel rear camera.

Nokia 9

The devices top in news called Nokia 9 – at one time the Nokia 8 Sirocco was talked about as the Nokia 9 in rumours. There are five cameras on the back of Nokia 9 and a notched display on the front, along it the most recent Qualcomm hardware at its core, but it remains an indefinable monster. Will this phone ever launch? We guess we’ll be waiting some time to find out.

LG folding phone

Although LG isn’t selling a lot of phones, but the company is always will to look at new technologies, not only because it has a great display business to showcase. That might be the reason that a folding LG smartphone is expected for instigate at CES 2019. Not much has been said about these plans, but with LG showing a lot of supple OLED displays in the past, we’re not astonished. Will they call it the LG Flex though?

Best Smartphones 2019

Apple iPhone XI

How to forget Apple in the list of Best Smartphones 2019? It is very hard to say something about Apple before time will call its next iPhone – but we’ve already learnt that it won’t be a 5G handset. Apple, as is often the case, will be biding its time before leaping in with the new technology. Two sizes are expected and we’re not expecting a huge shift in design, but so far there are very few rumours.

Samsung Galaxy F

Or is it the Galaxy X? Talk about Samsung’s folding phone has disseminated for a couple of years, but with an official expose of a prototype, there’s now a lot more murmur about the launch of this device. We don’t know what it will be called, but there’s gossip’s that the phone with the Infinity Flex display might be launched at MWC 2019. There’s also stories that it will cost about $2000/£1400. Wow.

OnePlus 7

Its true, there’s already talk about the new OnePlus handset. Not much has been said, aside from the reality that OnePlus said it won’t be a 5G handset. But OnePlus has said that it will be launching its first 5G handset in 2019, so what does that mean for the OnePlus 7? Does it become a second-tier device? We also know OnePlus is launching a 5G phone – so will they be the same thing?

OnePlus 5G phone

Other option in the list of Best Smartphones 2019 can be from OnePlus family. OnePlus took to the stage at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit to announce that it would be one of the first with a 5G phone, running on EE with a Snapdragon 855. Having earlier said that it wouldn’t be the OnePlus 7, it means we’re expecting a launch of a new OnePlus device, unless wires have got crossed. The teaser image looks a lot like the OnePlus 6T, but it’s hidden in a case, so it’s difficult to tell exactly what the design will be.

Huawei P30

Huawei had a cosmological 2018 with the P20 and the Mate 20 – and Pro versions of both those phones. Pushing oneward into 2019 we’re expecting the big launch of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro. You can suppose tech lifted from the Mate 20 to glide into the Huawei flagship, so wait for a 7nm Kirin 980 processor and triple camera on the back, boosting the offering from the Mate 20. We’re also expecting a “hole punch” camera on the front rather than a notch.

Also Read: List of Smartphones You can Buy Under 10000 in Pakistan 2017


Mohsin Kazmi

Mohsin is a passionate content writer who loves to create content on finance, economy, digitization and various other topics.

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