Start your engines, phone enthusiasts. This autumn, Apple, Samsung, Google, and others are expected to make some interesting new announcements. Are we expecting the iPhone 13? Yes, absolutely. Then there is the Pixel 6’s new design and Tensor chip. And, while Samsung just unveiled its new foldable phones (the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3), there may be a few more smartphones on the way, like the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. Let’s look at some devices we’re monitoring, including those with rumoured camera enhancements, improvements to prior devices, and potential new concepts that might improve. Let’s have a look into top 5 upcoming mobile phones to look in 2021
Apple iPhone 13:
We assume the iPhone 13 to be unveiled in September. The buyers can predict various versions, similar to the iPhone 12 series, including a regular and Pro version, and also a lesser expensive iPhone 13 Mini. Aside from a new sunset gold hue, we’re expecting a smaller notch on the front and integrated Touch ID, which would be a wonderful workaround for unlocking the phone while wearing a face mask. The best current option causes the use of an Apple Watch.
We also expect the cameras to get a significant upgrade, including a better night mode on the wide-angle lens and a more improved zoom mechanism. That would be fantastic, considering the iPhone 12 Pro Max’s 2.5x magnification pales compared to the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s zoom capabilities.
Video recording, which has long been a powerful strength of the iPhone’s marvelous camera, might see enhancements such as higher-quality ProRes video recording, that fancy portrait mode background blur, and a new set of colour filters. In fact, the camera improvements maybe the biggest change on the phone, which I’m OK with as a photographer. Otherwise, the iPhone 13 and many other Apple phones launched in the previous several years will receive iOS 15 when it is published in its full form, with no beta.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra :
The Samsung Galaxy S22 series cannot be expected until next year, around February or March. There are few informations about the phone’s future generation, and much of the Samsung rumour mill has been focused on the recently announced Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 folding phones.
The S22’s improvements appear to be more centred on the camera, similar to the iPhone, with hints from Samsung’s own social accounts hinting at a massive 200-megapixel picture sensor which could be the highest resolution that we have seen on a phone to date, and it will almost certainly improve the quality of the existing Galaxy S21 Ultra’s enormous 30x and 100x zoom pictures. Apart from the camera, we do not foresee any big design or major changes. We assume that the Samsung Galaxy S22 may come in a variety of models, but the Ultra variant would be the one to get the larger camera update.
Google Pixel 6:
This month, Google’s Pixel 6 series had an early glimpse, showing a brand-new design with a camera bar along the rear. The Pixel 6 will be followed by the Pixel 6 Pro, which will include a telephoto lens, breaking from Google’s practise of having a basic and XL model. The Pixel 6 boasts a new picture sensor that can catch 150 percent more light. Particularly in low-light settings, more light equals better photographs.
The 4x optical zoom of the Pro variant has also been confirmed. However, one of the most significant differences is that Google will use its own custom-built Tensor system-on-a-chip, rather than Qualcomm’s, as it has in prior devices. To showcase the Tensor’s capabilities, Google showed several demos to members of the press, including speech recognition, live translation, and picture improvements. The Pixel 6 will also be one of the first phones to run Android 12, which can build a complete interface theme based on the prevailing colours of the image when you change your wallpaper on Google’s phones. This customisation will be available across Android 12’s new Material You design language.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE:
While we are all expecting the Galaxy S22 range for next year, there is likely one more addition to the Galaxy S21 series to look forward to. We’re expecting a follow-up to the Galaxy S20 FE, a lower-cost “Fan Edition” phone with many of the Galaxy S20’s greatest features. The Galaxy S21 FE, which we assume will be the sequel’s name, might be released this autumn as a cheaper alternative to the higher-end phones scheduled to be released at the same time.
Last year, I dubbed the Galaxy S20 FE the “midrange phone to beat” and gave it a CNET Editors’ Choice Award because it was such a good value. The expected successor is said to include a 6.4-inch display, a triple back camera with an enhanced 32-megapixel primary camera resolution, quick charging, and an in-display fingerprint reader, according to leaked specifications. There are currently no pricing speculations for the phone, but the Galaxy S20 FE retailed for $699 in the United States, which is $300 less than the regular Galaxy S20. The Galaxy S21 had a reduced starting price of $799 this year, but let’s hope Samsung can save at least $100 for the next fan edition.
Surface Duo 2 by Microsoft:
The Surface Duo from Microsoft is a strange dual-screen gadget that CNET’s Scott Stein found to be hit or miss. It didn’t exactly take the mobile world by storm following its launch last year, thanks to clunky software and a dearth of apps that can take use of two displays. Start your engines, phone enthusiasts. This autumn, Apple, Samsung, Google, and others are expected to make some interesting new announcements. Are we expecting the iPhone 13?
Yes, absolutely. Then there is the Pixel 6’s new design and Tensor chip. And, while Samsung just unveiled its new foldable phones (the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3), there may be a few more smartphones on the way, like the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. Let’s look at some devices we’re monitoring, including those with rumoured camera enhancements, improvements to prior devices, and potential new concepts that might improve how we use our phones in the future.
Here are the list of top 5 upcoming mobile phones to look out in 2021.