Most anticipated smartphones for 2020
2020 is looking to be an exciting year for the Smartphone. With Apple, Samsung and Google both updating their flagship models and continuing their economy lines, there will most likely be great options for all budgets.
Samsung Galaxy 11 series
Samsung’s flagship model will be released in its 11th iteration in 2020, and we are hoping for impressive new camera specs and increased 5G capability. We also hope that, unlike many market competitors, this model will keep its standard 3.5mm headphone jack – though perhaps that’s wishful thinking.
Samsung Galaxy Fold 2
The original Galaxy Fold was released late this year after a failed first launch, aborted after the handset was unable to cope with reasonable wear and tear. Since being reinforced, the device has had a much better reception, but the next model promises a more sturdy, refined design, and presumably 5G technology. Hopefully, the introduction of a new device will see prices start to drop to more affordable levels for foldable phones, which have proven to provide a better experience, from browsing the web to playing online games such as Gclub or even just using Facebook.
iPhone 12 series
The iPhone 11 series showed very little change, design-wise, from the previous model, so it will be interesting to see whether they decide to make any serious alterations or continue with their minimalistic upgrades.
iPhone SE 2
Perhaps a more exciting concept is the iPhone SE 2. This smaller alternative to the flagship model is a slightly more affordable option (much like Samsung’s S10e) and will be a welcome release for those loyal to iOS.
Huawei P40 Pro
Huawei have achieved remarkable things with the P30 Pro, with an incredible array of camera functions and three rear-facing cameras. We can only imagine what wonders the new model will bring, but we anticipate even better night photography and an increased optical zoom. Only time will tell what happens with the brand’s restricted access to Google Play services.
Motorola Razr 2020
This is a less sleek alternative to the Galaxy fold, which folds horizontally. Though it doesn’t compare in terms of specs, it uses up half the space of a typical smartphone and it’s far more affordable. We are excited to see what the new model brings and whether it will keep up with its competitors.
Google Pixel 4a
When it comes to budget options, this year’s Google Pixel 3a was a perfect example of what can be achieved for half the price of a standard smartphone. We hope that their 2020 model manages to pack even more features from the accompanying Pixel 4, such as a second lens and facial recognition technology.
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