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Lucy Eva is a content writer in Paylessdeal for 4 years, and a part-time contributor focused on the news and features attached to technology. She is always being excited about technology, especially about smartphones.

February 14, 2018

Top 5 Future Smartphones of 2018

Every year, thousands of smartphones reach the shelves of supermarkets but there are a selected few that make the headlines. While Apple and Samsung continue to dominate the 2017’s smartphone market with marvels such as iPhone 8 and Samsung Note 8; there are many companies that are aiming to take the top spot of the connectivity world.

Mobile phone companies are updating the features of their cell phones every now and then and most of the time; when a person upgrade the phone something better comes along, so the time to upgrade the phone is very crucial. Here is the information on all the top phones 2018 that are coming your way and this will help you to make a wise decision.

HTC 11 Mini:

Many rumors are circulating in the market regarding the mini version of the U11 phone. This will be a mid-range smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor and a 5.2 inch HD display. The phone is expected to have 16 MP cameras on front and back and will likely to run the latest Android OS. The phone will have 2600 mAh battery that will pack enough juice to last for a whole day. The phone will also feature the latest HTC latest Sense 9.0 and HTC uSonic.

Samsung S9 and S9+:

Samsung is the leading smartphone company in the world and they are ready to capture the market in 2018 with their new flagship S9 and S9+. Samsung Galaxy S8 was released with 64 GB of internal memory and offered expandable memory up to 256 GB but the new Samsung phone is expected to have internal memory of 128GB and two variants of the display. The phone is likely to run on latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and a 6 GB RAM.

Microsoft Surface Phone:

Microsoft announced the surface mobile devices a long ago and it’s going to finally hit the market in early 2018. Windows Phones never captivated the hearts of the people but after the successful stint with surface tablets and laptops, the company is extending them to the mobile devices. The phone will run on Windows 10 engine and is likely to have online cloud support for storage. The phone is likely to revamp the mobile industry with its new interface and will challenge the best smartphone right now for its top spot.

LG G7:

Not so long ago, LG introduced G6 to the market and already they are planning the new phone in January 2018. This will be the direct competitor to Samsung’s S9 as it will run on the latest Snapdragon 845 processor. The phone is likely to feature a 5.5-inch screen and OLED display. The phone will have an immense 6GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.

Huawei P11:

Huawei P11 will be the fastest among the future phone of 2018. The phone will feature the Kirin 970 chip, which will provide 25 percent better CPU performance and 50 percent better battery efficiency. If you compare the prices of Huawei and Samsung products; you will see that Huawei offer the good price to feature ratio. The company is likely to launch a new flagship in the Honor series and they are planning to ditch the headphone jack as well. The company will unveil the new phone at MWC 2018 in February.


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