Which handset You should buy??
Along with the rate of mobile evolution advancing so fast, there’s always something waiting in the wings. It can be difficult to know what the right Android phone for you is, with so many different Android phones out there.
Our list below is made up of some pretty costly Android phones because they appear to have the best features and specifications. Here we look at the phones that have not been launched yet the new 2021 phones. We’re going to periodically update this list with those product rumours that we think are plausible and exciting which is given below:
1- Nokia 7.3 5G
Nokia 9.3 will be fitted with 5G, Snapdragon 865, a rear-facing Penta-lens camera, a selfie camera under the phone, and a 120Hz display. The Nokia 7.3 will be powered by a Snapdragon 690 mid-range processor with a 20:9 Full HD+ 6.3-inch display. Like the Nokia 9.3, the Nokia 7.3 will also have 5G network coverage. Some of the other features that you can get in the 7.3 5G are a 24-megapixel front camera, a 48-megapixel / 64-megapixel quad-camera system, and a 4,000mAh battery with 18W quick charging help.
It is rumoured that the Nokia 6.3 comes with either a Snapdragon 670 chipset or a Snapdragon 675. It is also speculated that it will have a 6.2-inch display, a quad-camera system, a 16-megapixel front camera and a 4,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.
2-Huawei Mate X2:
It is predicted that the next foldable Huawei system will be called Mate X2. It is likely to be a completely new device and not just an update to the original Mate X like the Mate Xs was One of the changes is a new fast-charging standard-3C (CCC or China Compulsory Certification) has already certified the phone and listed 66W charging speeds-more than 20 percent faster than the previous two foldable Huawei phones.
We have only heard reports so far that the phone will change its form factor-it will fold inwards like the Galaxy Fold series instead of folding outwards and making one screen split into two smaller displays.
Getting a new form factor means a new panel on the outer side can be carried to the Mate X2. The selfie shooters would not be available if one leak indicated at least four cameras on the back and two more facing forward when the unit is closed when it is open.
3-Samsung galaxy S20 and S20+:
With a 3,200-by-1,440-pixel resolution and a variable refresh rate of 120MHz, each Galaxy S20 model features a Super AMOLED display. Among the models, the main difference is scale. The Galaxy S20 has a display of 6.3 inches, the Galaxy S20+ measures 6.7 inches, and at 6.9 inches, the S20 Ultra is the largest of the lot. The density of pixels varies between models a little, But with the naked eye, you would almost definitely not be able to discern the difference.
The 3x Hybrid Optic Zoom and 30x super-resolution zoom are available for both the S20 and S20+. The 64MP sensor leverages pixel binning technology for a sharper 16MP image. When using the Space Zoom function of the camera, which uses software to improve the sensors for an efficient 30x zoom, it often comes in handy.
4-Samsung Galaxy S21 ultra:
In this lineup, Samsung will certainly make the Galaxy S21 Ultra larger and wider than any other unit. The front will be dominated by its show that, due to the 2.5D glass, will have a far more reserved curve. There is reason to assume now that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be the only model to feature a glass back panel in the 2021 flagship lineup.
The handset will be made of premium materials and it will also be IP68 resistant to water and dust. A USB Type-C port at the bottom alongside the AKG-tuned speaker would provide other design elements. For a 3.5mm headphone port, don’t keep your fingers crossed.
5-One Plus 9:
Its design does look similar to the vanilla version but it comes with a curved display instead. Its display diagonal is said to measure in at 6.7-inches and also houses a single punch hole cutout for the selfie cam.
While the volume controls are on the left, the signature Warning Slider and power button are on the right side. We have a close looking rectangular frame cutout across the back with four camera lenses. Note that this is not the final design, as production is still in its prototype stage, so the configuration of the camera and other elements of the design are subject to change.
6-Samsung galaxy Fold E:
As it launches later this year, Samsung’s Galaxy Fold 2 could be having a cheaper cousing. With some trade-offs, it’s likely to come, but might only be the affordable foldable that users have been waiting for.
Furthermore, Weinbach mentions that Samsung both operates on plastic and ultra-thin glass (UTG) display folds, which may explain why there are two Fold 2 codenames: Winner2 and Champ. Samsung’s first phone with a UTG display was Samsung’s Z Flip, and while it’s not as hard or scratch resistant as a Gorilla Glass panel, it’s still stronger than plastic.
7-Apple I phone SE 2 Plus:
It has an MP camera with functions such as Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face Detection, Focus Contact. It is supported by a battery of 3140 mAh. The smartphone’s networking features include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, Volte, NFC and more.
The price of an Apple iPhone SE 2 Plus smartphone is possibly fair throughout the world. It is rumoured that the Apple iPhone SE 2 Plus will be introduced in the region.
8-Apple I phone 13:
A new iPhone 13 leak reveals that in its next iPhones, Apple will use what is called soft battery technology, which may allow the devices to provide increased capacity without increasing the design.
LG is tipped to render the iPhone 13 screens, which means that LTPO panel technology can be accessed to help provide a variable refresh rate and keep power consumption down.
A fresh iPhone 13 leak from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple will once again sell four versions in the same sizes as the iPhone 13, and an ultra-wide camera will be even better in the iPhone 13 Pro series.
9-Xiaomi flip phone:
Foldable smartphones are one of the newest fads to have received mixed feedback in the mobile industry. Foldable phones are definitely trending, though and it looks like more brands want a slice of this pudding. Xiaomi, which is said to be operating on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip competitor, is the latest to enter into the saga.
It Was certainly exciting. However, it didn’t survive the teardown and its ultra-thin glass technology was found to be largely plastic. If Xiaomi can win over the display tech, it’s already on its way to success.
10-Nokia 9.3 pure view or Nokia 10:
Two colours, such as blue and black, are available for the Nokia 9.3 Pure View. This includes features such as dual-band A-GPS GPS, GLONASS, BDS, Radio, Bluetooth 5.1 and USB 3.1, reversible Type-C 1.0 connectors, etc. On the Android 10.0 + Android One operating system, the computer runs.
In addition, Zeiss optics, dual-LED dual-tone flash, HDR, and panorama make up the rear camera. The unit is filled with 6 GB and 8 GB of RAM, while 128 GB and 256 GB are the internal storage options