Smartphone technology augmented and virtual reality systems, social networking applications, and other fields have also seen impressive advances. What does the future hold for mobile technology? The response is fascinating, and we are looking forward to seeing what the next generation of phones has in store for us.
Mobile technology will continue to progress, and by the end of the year, we can expect 10 smartphones to look forward to in 2021, with a slew of new features to reach the market. Keep an eye out!
On April 8th, Lenovo will reveal the Legion Phone Duel 2, especially for the hard-core gamers. The phone will include a Snapdragon 888 processor, 16GB of RAM, and super-fast 110W charging from two batteries. But then, it is not entirely sure whether exclusive features like the pop-up camera on the side will make a come-back.
The OnePlus 9 series comes equipped with two phones, appealing to most people who want an excellent, utility-oriented handset at an affordable price. There are 120Hz displays and 65W wired charging and Hasselblad-tuned units in the OnePlus 9R for India. The Snapdragon 888 provides super-fast power to the One Pink 9 and 9 Pro.
Sony Xperia 1 III - Q2
The following Sony Xperia flagship usually is launched in February, but the Xperia 1 III has been postponed. Rumours reveal a 'periscope display' with Sony's popular 21:9 aspect ratio. A Snapdragon 888 processor will power it. Will have a 'special focus' on camera specifications and display performance.
New BlackBerry Phone - H1
BlackBerry has, in truth, risen from the ashes, and you read that right! The BlackBerry brand was purchased by Onward Mobility, a US company, in August. There are plans to release a new BlackBerry smartphone in the first half of 2021. The next BlackBerry would have a physical keyboard and 5G network capability.
The ROG Phone 5 comes in three distinct flavours: regular, Pro, and Ultimate. All have OLED displays with 144Hz refresh rates and up to 18GB of RAM. The Asus ROG Phone 5 series includes three gaming phones with high-end specifications, including Snapdragon 888 processors. All three have a rear-mounted display with graphics and warnings that can be configured.
Google Pixel Foldable - Q4
According to sources, the Google foldable phone is expected to become commercially available by the end of the year 2021, a single-screen tablet computer device that also folds up and comes with a camera and capabilities similar to the Google Pixel.
The second phone in LG's new 'The Wing' sequence of high-end smartphones follows the first. The main idea is a flexible rolling panel that essentially makes the phone display extend. And pulling on one side of the screen transforms it into a tablet!
In 2021, the Oppo X 2021 will be launched – the first rollable phone and a consumer smartphone after all! All courtesy of its spinning display and modern wireless air charging technology, the same caters to both style and utility. But to keep the anxiousness amongst the smartphone-lovers rolling, the same is 'prohibitively priced' till it hits the market.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold FE
In 2021, a 'Fan Edition' of the Galaxy Z Fold will be announced. The amount, according to early projections, will be $1,099. The Snapdragon 865, which was last year's standout chip, will be included, but no 5G connectivity will be eligible. Samsung is yet to make an official statement, but all signs are that it would be cheap.
Since the advent of bendable monitor technology, reports of a bending iPhone have circulated. Samsung has already launched several foldable handset prototypes. Apple is frequently the first to markets for innovative technologies, so there's a possibility it'll slip behind.
So, start cherry-picking yours!