Most awaited smartphones of 2017, Smartphone giants are prepping to bring the best this year.
The year gone by has rather been an exciting year for the smartphone industry but 2017 is already looking promising and while it will be about the high specced phones at low prices it will also be about the goliaths in the smartphone industry bringing in their A-game – starting right from
Here are the smartphones that will rule in 2017.
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It has been a tough year for Samsung, it started with rave reviews for the last big phone but soon the Galaxy Note 7 started catching fire.
Google Pixel 2
The ‘Made by Google’ Pixel phones were a major news in the smartphone world. For many it was the best Android phone of 2016. Pixel was also the first phone integrated with Google’s AI powered Assistant. With Google entering the hardware market much later it is expected that the company will try to give tough competition to it counterparts like Apple and Samsung.
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We wonder what OnePlus 4 will be like as OnePlus just launched the OnePlus3T and it was a stunner. By boosting the battery, storage and camera within six months of its very well received flagship phone OnePlus 3, OnePlus has only raised our expectation from the company’s next flagship. We can expect the OnePlus 4 to look different from its predecessors with a ceramic body and of course a jump in the specs including dual camera, RAM jump and even a 4K display.
Nokia Android Phones
We have been hoping for a big Nokia comeback for the longest time and we hope 2017 is the year as Nokia may bring in its Android phones for the first time to the world. It was Android’s entry in the world that ended Nokia’s rule at one point. Nokia may launch multiple smartphones in February this year at the Mobile World Congress. Nokia is all set to get a makeover with a metal unibody, fast charging technology and a super camera and Nokia may look at bringing in a budget phone too.
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