The Future of Smartphones

Do you want to know what to expect in 2020 from the smartphone industry? Well, basically even more cameras. Cameras everywhere. No sooner have you spied the latest handset, that there’s the anticipation for the next big thing. Here take a look at those phones that haven’t yet launched, the upcoming phones for 2020.

Starting off with Nokia 8.2 5G. Nokia and Qualcomm have been talking up affordable 5G handsets based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Series hardware. They are coming but there is a lot of undefined things that these phones will offer – besides faster connection speeds. What’s confirmed is that we’ll get a 5G Nokia phone. Chances are it will be called the Nokia 8.2 because that’s a mid-range phone waiting to be upgraded – and probably it will run the Snapdragon 765.

Many people’s favorite Chinese phone Xiaomi has confirmed that the Mi 10 will be launching in 2020 and has revealed one important detail – that it’s going to be one of the first phones to use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 platform. It’s suspected that the Mi 10 will be announced ahead of the pack, perhaps in January for China, followed by a global launch in February. And it will have a 108-megapixel camera.

Samsung didn’t learn on their folding experience and continue with the second Galaxy Fold. It will be smaller and hopefully won’t crack. There are rumors that Sammy is looking at a device more like the Moto Razr, folding into a smaller square to make it really pocketable. It’s said to have a 6.7-inch display that basically folds in half so you can put it away. Read more here:

After this ruff year, Huawei is still standing. After all, it has a huge market in China that’s not affected by US trade bans. Despite this, there’s plenty of rumors reporting about the new phone. Firstly, some are saying it might launch earlier in the year – previous devices have had a March launch – and that it will have a 64-megapixel main camera, part of a five-camera Leica system.