If you’re looking for a new upgrade then you, my friend, are in luck because the smartphone releases this year are great. You’ll have a tough time choosing between these as smartphones become increasingly more versatile and efficient. What a time to be alive.
Sony Xperia XZ Premium
Sony’s Xperia XZ Premium is the world’s first smartphone to possess a 4K HDR display. It’s also the first smartphone capable of super slow motion which can capture 960 frames per second. Truly, everything becomes Wow.
Moto G5 and Plus
Adding to Moto G’s line up is the G5—Motorola’s entry to the mid sized phone market. It’s specs are considered the norm by today’s standards, but considering Motorola was a bit late to the party, this is a superb effort.
Nokia’s major move to switch to Android is paying off with the warm reception the Nokia 6 is getting. It has above average specs like its 16MP camera, finger print sensor, 3GB RAM and the latest Android Nougat.
The iconic 3310 is back in a much sleeker form. It has something no other phone in the current market can boast: its battery can last for up to a month. Its ultimate charm is its simplicity—void of the features we see from a smartphone. A true throwback to simpler times.
Blackberry finally revealed the KEYone (dubbed as project Mercury), and it looks like Blackberry is on its way to regain its former glory. What’s impressive is that it’s still able to preserve its iconic keyboard with all its upgrades.
It’s been months old but the iPhone 7 arguably remains to be the benchmark when it comes to innovation. From its dual lens and headless jack, Apple is able to command trends.
The P10 is Huawei’s latest masterpiece, and it boasts a dual camera that truly sets the bar high for camera in smartphones. Shooting in 4K with 20MP + 12MP sensors is a dream come true for mobile photography enthusiasts.
LG comes back with the G6 after struggling with G5. Learning from their past mistakes, the G6 is the LG phone we’ve all wanted to see. The G6 shines best in the camera department with its 13MP dual rear camera and 5.7” display.
Which phone are you most excited about? Tell us below!