The best phones that will arrive in 2020
Discover the best phone, new flagship phone launches that you can discover in 2020. Huawei, Samsung, Apple, Nokia, Xiaomi, and many more brands have new models planned to launch over the next 12 months.
If you are thinking of buying a new best phone, you may be interested in waiting a little longer, since new models such as Huawei, Samsung, Apple, Xiaomi, Nokia or LG (among others) are on the way and will be announced in the coming years. 12 months.
Two of the new trends are 5G phones and foldable designs. It’s not something you really need to worry about right now, either, as 5G is not yet available to all best phone operators, and folding phones still seem too futuristic.
Today’s best phones combine the best performance with long battery life, high-resolution full-screen size displays, excellent photographic capabilities (from a triple or even quad lens assembly) and decent sound quality.
Android 10 Q and iOS 13 will go on sale in the coming months, so any new phone you buy in late 2009 or 2020 will need to run one of these operating systems from the get-go.
We have listed the high-end smartphones expected to arrive in 2020 from the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturers.
Although the release dates for some of these phones have yet to be confirmed, we have tried to keep things in rough order, so you have a good idea of how long you will wait to update it.You may also be interested in reading about the best smartphones of 2020.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, S20 + & S20
|Samsung Galaxy S20|
With three versions of the Galaxy S20 (yes, you read it correctly, it will not be the Galaxy S11), it is likely that Samsung will also release a new version of the Samsung Galaxy Fold in the Galaxy Z Flip (we talk about this below).
Oppo Find X2 & X2 Pro
|Oppo Find X2|
Like the rest, Oppo had prepared the launch of its new terminals during the celebration of the World Mobile Congress that was to take place in Barcelona. Canceling the event, the company prepares a brand presentation event to present the new Find X2 and X2 Pro.
These models could have a top-notch 6.5-inch Quad-HD + 120Hz display and 65W wired charging, with the latter also seen in China’s Reno Ace.
It has been confirmed that it will work with the Snapdragon 865 processor, which means that it will be compatible with 5G. Also, the new X2 could come with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
Xiaomi Mi 10 & Mi 10 Pro
This could be the launch of a new smartphone from 2020 that we are most excited about. This next Xiaomi flagship is one of the top picks going to arrive (supposedly) with the same 108 MP camera as the S20 (and that we have already seen in the Mi Note 10).
It will also come with the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor that will ensure fast and 5G performance across the range. Added to this are 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage.
It will probably cost around 500 euros, and this is where we understand you wondering where the trick is. Well, the deficiencies, surely, will be on the screen, without 120 Hz or a Quad-HD resolution.
|Huawei Mate Xs|
It has already been announced in China, and CEO Richard Yu has confirmed that it will be shown at MWC in February. Huawei will hold a press conference on February 23, so you can expect more information from that day.
Nokia 9.2 PureView
What worries us most about the prospect of a Nokia 9.2 PureView is one of the best mobiles that the company has never released a Nokia 9.1 PureView.
Other than that, a really interesting rumor about Nokia’s upcoming flagship – which could be released during its MWC press conference on February 23, but likely to be delayed until the summer – is that it could have a car camera. off below the screen.
Nokia has many things going for it, but we cannot consider it a pioneering brand. Therefore, we can expect its 2020 flagship to be launched with a high-end processor, yes, from 2019, the Snapdragon 855.
We saw the launch of the Moto G8 Plus last year, with no standard Moto G8 showing up. The good news is that we still hope that this model can arrive in early 2020, or more specifically, on February 23 at the Barcelona congress.
The G8 may be somewhat out of place in this article with the best phones coming this year, as you know, it is not a flagship. However, we hope it will be among the best mid-range mobiles this year.
We don’t expect massive design changes, but the G8 could see them move to a triple-lens camera with the addition of an ultra-wide lens, along with some general improvements like the moto G7’s Snapdragon 632 processor.
If you’re looking for a flagship, Motorola has recently made headlines for what might be called the Edge +, but it could also be two devices instead of one.
Aside from a few renders all we know is that it’s a flagship Android phone with a stylus, and it could be out later this year.
Sony Xperia 2
The fact that Sony Xperia 1 did not go on sale until June is making us hesitate in this case, however, Sony intends to launch its next flagship, the Xperia 2, along with the mid-range Xperia 20 in the IFA event in September.
All that is known is that the specs are believed to include 5G and a 4K display, but reduced from 6.5in to 6.1in. Expect to see a Snapdragon 855 processor, plus 6GB of RAM and a 3,000mAh battery.
Honor view 30
|Huawei view 30|
The Honor View 30 range has 5G support, a flagship-level processor, a triple camera setup, and a dual-hole setup at the front, but there’s one element missing: Google Play. And that can make you completely rethink your purchasing decision.
The successor to the Honor 20 (pictured), it’s likely to be an iterative upgrade, with a performance boost courtesy of the new Kirin 990 processor, along with a boost from 6GB to 8GB of RAM.
There is likely to be a Samsung-O-style infinity display, i.e. a cutout in the top corner of the camera, but we expect the main camera to be left with just the four lenses.
LG V60 ThinQ
5G on a Snapdragon 865 chip is more or less a fact.
We were also finally able to see LG integrate the fingerprint sensor into the screen.
Apple iPhone SE 2 (iPhone 9)
|iPhone SE 2|
A smaller, cheaper iPhone has been on the cards forever, but in 2020 it could finally become a reality. Specifically, an iPhone SE 2 update could be announced during a rumor of an Apple event in March.
We have heard that the new iPhone will have a 4.7-inch screen with Touch ID and will closely resemble the iPhone 8. It will work with Apple’s A13 chip, with 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage.
Huawei P40 & P40 Pro
The debate over Google services and apps seems to have ended abruptly, and the company says it will give up Google apps even if the trade ban is lifted.
So we are dealing with fantastic phones that do not work (by default) with the software we want.
It will work with the company’s own Kirin 990 processor, and it is rumored that it currently has (at least in the Pro edition) a 6.5-inch screen at 120 Hz and a five-lens camera with 10x optical zoom lenses.
Around the front, you can see two self-adapting cameras and, most interestingly, inside you can use graphene battery technology.
OnePlus 8, 8 Pro & 8 Lite
The original OnePlus One arrived as a high-end SUV at an unbeatable price, although we have seen that prices have been increasing model after model. It is therefore good news that in 2020 a cheaper OnePlus 8 Lite joins the standard and Pro model.
They usually arrive in May, and it is rumored that we could see the new OnePlus trio as early as April. (The OnePlus 8T and 8T Pro are expected to follow in October 2020.)
Asus Zenfone 7
|Asus Zenfone 7|
We hope that the next Zenfone will be slightly more expensive than previous models with the addition of 5G and a Snapdragon 865 processor. It is also rumored to finally bring the convenience of wireless charging to users.
Memory and storage also seem to increase, to 8GB and 256GB respectively, but we hope one thing that doesn’t change will be the unique rotating camera module that serves as both a primary camera and auto-off camera.
Asus ROG Phone 3
|Asus Rog 3|
It seems that more and more 2020 flagships are moving towards the specifications of true video game phones, with 120Hz displays and super-fast processors and graphics, but there is still a market for appropriate gaming phones like the Asus ROG Phone.
The next iteration, version 3, is likely to make an appearance in the summer – possibly in July – and will be on sale in September.
It’s a bit far, so instead of the rumored features here is what’s on our bucket list: a 144 / 240Hz display; Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 with Adreno 650 GPU, a refined design that’s as eye-catching as ever; improved cameras; and some included game accessories.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 & Note 20+
|Samsung galaxy note 20|
For some time the future of the Samsung Galaxy Note has been under threat, with the S series getting closer and closer in size, power, and design, leaving only the S Pen to differentiate between the two. But many think that the ticket is not yet dead.
We are likely to see many of the changes introduced with the Galaxy S20 in Note 20, including the new Dominican-style rear camera with a 108Mp sensor, and the 120Hz display. The cameras under the glass have also been announced for a Samsung phone that will arrive later this year. As it has already released Samsung galaxy s10e which in also in the list of best mobiles of year.
If Samsung decides to continue with its Note series, you can expect the next Galaxy to arrive in early August.
Apple iPhone 12 (Late 2020)
In September we will see the annual update of the Apple iPhone, which in 2019 came in the standard versions (6.1 inches), iPhone 11 Pro (5.8 inches) and iPhone 11 Pro Max (6.5 inches).
We hope 2020 is a year of significant changes to the iPhone’s design, with that big screen now looking more than a little dated.
This could also be the year that Apple finally abandons the Lightning port in favor of USB-C, which might temporarily annoy some Apple fans, but it would be worth it in the long run.
We hope to see an Apple A14 Bionic processor, along with 4GB of RAM and 64, 256, and 512GB storage options. At least the more expensive models will have OLED displays, and we hope Apple will standardize this across the line.
Huawei Mate 40 & Mate 40 Pro
|Huawei mate 40|
The message has probably already been broadcast, but it is incredibly unlikely that the Huawei Mate 40, expected in September, will feature Google apps and services. If this doesn’t bother you, read on.
It is too early for extensive rumors, but it is more or less a fact that the Mate 40 will run the next-generation Kirin chip. This is the one that comes after the Kirin 990 and is said to be in trial production already, apparently using a 5nm manufacturing process.
Microsoft Surface Duo
Microsoft Surface Duo
It works with Android instead of Windows and is compatible with a stylus. However, nothing else is yet known about the Microsoft Surface Duo.
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