Saturday, 20 December 2014

Upcoming Phones in 2015, Best new Phones you should be most excited about in 2015:

Upcoming Phones in 2015, Best new Phones you should be most excited about in 2015:
Best new phones coming from Apple, Samsung, Sony, HTC, LG and others

Samsung Galaxy S6:

If you're a Samsung fan but would rather stick to a phone than a phablet then the S6 will be just what you're looking for. Samsung's finally expected to tackle the plastic build quality criticism that its S-series handsets have received, using an all-metal design in line with that of the Galaxy Alpha. We wouldn't be surprised to also see a quad-HD screen, plus plenty of other radical new features. We should see the Samsung Galaxy S6 unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event prior to MWC 2015 (running 2- to 5 March 2015).

HTC One M9:

We are massive fans of the HTC One M8, and we just can't wait for a better version of the phone. Little is known about the HTC One M9, but you can bet your last pound that there will be one. And that it will be an extremely desirable handset. Based on HTC's previous form, the Android Lollipop-based HTC One M9 won't be here in time for MWC 2015, but we can expect to see it around March.

Sony Xperia Z4:

Sony updates its flagship handsets every six months, so with the Sony Xperia Z3 released in September 2014 we can expect the Sony Xperia Z4 in March at IFA (running 2- to 5 March 2015). The Xperia Z4's specifications have yet to be confirmed (as has the phone itself), although rumour has it that it will be a super-fast Android Lollipop smartphone with an octa-core processor and Quad HD screen.

LG G4:
We stand by our statement that the LG G3 is the very best phone you can buy in 2014. Things can only get better with the LG G4. The LG G3 was officially released in the UK at the end of June 2014. The LG G4 should be here around the same time next summer.

iPhone 7 / iPhone 6S:

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were released in September, and in the months leading up to that the rumour mill went mental. Be prepared for more of the same with the iPhone 7, which will launch in September 2015 running iOS 9. As always, we're expecting a faster processor and some upgraded specs, but little change to the design. (Note that it will probably be called the iPhone 6s rather than iPhone 7, but we're sticking with iPhone 7 for now.)

Galaxy Note 5:

Everyone always bangs on about Samsung's Galaxy S line-up, but it's the Note series that really impresses. The Note 4 was unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event prior to September's IFA tradeshow (3 September 2014), and right now sits at the top of our fastest smartphone and best phablet charts. Like the new iPhone the Note 5 won't be released until September 2015, but it's going to be well worth the wait.

OnePlus Two:

The OnePlus One is an amazing phone if you can get hold of one (purchases are currently by invitation only). It's priced from £229 but has the spec to match a £600 smartphone, hence OnePlus marketing it as a 2014 flagship killer. The OnePlus Two will more than likely be a 2015 flagship killer. (If it can work out is supply-and-demand issues in time.) OnePlus is still struggling to meet demand on its OnePlus One phone. Don't expect to see this one (and certainly not get your hands on it) until at least the middle of 2015. And that's if it ever arrives.

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