All the upcoming smartphones expected to launch in September

Sep 2, 2021

By: Marcia Sekhose

What to expect

It’s going to be a busy month with multiple smartphone launches expected. Here’s a list of the smartphones confirmed and rumoured to launch in September.

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Redmi 10 Prime

Redmi 10 Prime is launching in India on September 3. It will be powered by the MediaTek Helio G88 chipset, and feature an adaptive refresh rate display.

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JioPhone Next

JioPhone Next will be available on September 10. This Jio-Google phone could be priced around ₹3,499, and it will come with custom features for Indian users.

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Realme 8i, Realme 8s 5G

Realme 8i and Realme 8s 5G smartphones are launching on September 9. Realme 8s 5G is said to be the first phone with the MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC. Realme 8i is confirmed to feature the MediaTek Helio G96 SoC.

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iPhone 13 series

Apple’s flagship iPhone 13 series is expected to launch this month. It could feature four models including iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

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Google Pixel 6

Google’s flagship Pixel 6 smartphone is also expected to debut this month. Google could also launch a larger Pixel 6 Pro smartphone. The new Pixel 6 phones will feature Google’s in-house Tensor chip.

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Vivo X70 series

The camera-focused flagship Vivo X70 series is making its debut on September 9. It could include three phones - Vivo X70, Vivo X70 Pro, and Vivo X70 Pro .

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Realme Narzo 50A

Realme Narzo 50A is another smartphone expected to launch in India soon as it has passed through multiple certification sites. It could be the successor to the Narzo 30A.

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Xiaomi 11T, 11T Pro

Xiaomi 11T and 11T Pro smartphones could be launched at the company’s global event on September 15. Leaked renders reveal the phones will look similar to the Mi 11X series.

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