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New Smartphones That You Have to Lookout For

The smartphone market is evolving at a rapid pace, and there is and will always be something held in the wings. Do you think that you have your hands on the latest smartphone model now? Then in a week or who knows in a day, your opinion will change. Because of the heavy competition in the market, smartphone companies are bringing in more and more models at affordable prices. Now you are going to see some of the new smartphones that you have to lookout for before this year ends.

OnePlus 7T Pro

OnePlus 7T pro is the most anticipated one in new smartphones coming soon. Apart from OnePlus branding, this phone has some of the best features in the market that makes it stand out from the rest. OnePlus is known for releasing new devices within months gap and now this mobile is going to hit the market pretty soon. Camera, 90 Hz liquid crystal crisp display, and Snapdragon 855+ are some of the standing out features of OnePlus 7T Pro.

RealMe X2 Pro

RealMe has garnered a big market already with its affordable and amazing specific mobiles. Now the company is coming with RealMe X2 Pro, a mobile with premium features. RealMe has already started touting it as a budget premium phone, and with the features that it is offering, there is no harm in calling it premium.

Vivo U3

This is another budget smartphone from Chinese company Vivo. The company is putting in a lot of effort to enter the budget segment and compete with brands like RealMe and Xiaomi. It started offering mobiles at affordable prices with some interesting features. It is rumored that this phone will have a 6.5-inch display.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9

Xiaomi is already ruling the mid-range market in India, and the company has released a lot of phones this year, from Redmi 7A to the flagship killer K20. Now, the company is planning to bring another mid-range budget phone into the market. Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 is coming with 6.4 inches screen and sporting four cameras in the back and a 13 MP front facing camera.

Samsung Galaxy S11

You may get to see this mobile until early 2020. This mobile is likely to come with 5G, and the punch hole camera in this device is much smaller, just like the one present in Samsung Note 10. Samsung Galaxy series has attracted a lot of people and is one of the best selling devices in that price range. This mobile is going to be the first 5G handset from Samsung, and the one thing that we have to wait about is whether it will work on all bands or not.

Motorola Moto Razr

Yes, Moto Razr is back into the game, and now it is coming with some interesting features like folding phone. Motorola is planning to launch its folding phone into the market this December (if rumors are to be believed). This mobile has a dual display, and according to the leaked images surfaced online, this mobile is going to bring in a new trend into the smartphone market. It is stylish and smart.

So, these are just sme of the mobiles from renowned brands that will be released by the end of this year or in the first half of next year. Every brand is trying to stand out from the competition and is offering some of the best features for its users. These are the new smartphones coming soon, and if you are looking to buy them, we have given you a list of phones with varied price ranges, so pick the one that matches your budget. 



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From Plasma to LCD, and LED to touchscreen, the display screen technology has come a long way in the past two decades. Undoubtedly, mainstream companies such as Nokia, Samsung and Apple have contributed a lot towards innovative technologies to enhance the user experience. Not to forget, the invention of active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) displays in 2008 that is acting as the basis for next-gen devices. Building upon this technology, Samsung and LG rolled out their curved-screen smartphones in 2014. This launch has fuelled Samsung’s ambitions to release infold, outfold, rollable and stretchable AMOLED displays. Notably, Apple has patented designs of rollable smartphone which folds like an ancient scroll.

Let’s dive a little deeper into the flexible screen technology, which seems to conquer the future soon.

Flexible Display Technology...

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Literally, a flexible display screen is an electronic visual display which is movable in nature. This is a type of OLED that has a flexible plastic substrate on which the electroluminescent organic semiconductor is deposited. Or, in layman’s language, a flexible screen is a display made up of flexible materials like plastic instead of traditional rigid glass. Unlike the prevalent traditional flat-screen displays that are used in the majority of electronic devices, the flexible screens will be bendable.

Advantages...

Better longevity: As these displays will be made out of plastic, they might offer more longevity as compared to the traditional glass.

Lightweight: As it is a known fact that plastic is lighter than glass, flexible display screens will be definitely lighter than the traditional glass displays.

Leaner dimensions: The flexible display screens have the capability to be manufactured in thinner dimensions and different shapes unlike the traditional rectangular screen.

Unbreakable: There might be a possibility to incorporate unbreakable plastic into the flexible display screens.

Disadvantages...

Inflexibility of circuit board: There are a lot of things going on with a flexible display. There are many different materials – conductors, semiconductors, insulators, substrates – that can be combined into a very thin film.

Less reliable: As there is a flexible plastic substrate on which the electroluminescent organic semiconductor is deposited, there might be incidents of accumulation of screen diodes on the foldable portion of the screen after a long span of wear and tear.

More...

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The flexible smartphones by Samsung, including Galaxy X or Galaxy F, will feature two inside panels with the foldable technology and one outside panel. On being unfolded, it will have a 7.3-inch screen. Also, the technology giant plans to roll it out at a cost ranging from $1850 to $2000. Apart from Samsung, Huawei is also rumoured to be launching smartphones with flexible screens in early 2019. Moreover, the company is said to launch these smartphones with flexible screens at a competitive price, thus giving an edge to Samsung.

While a lot of talking has been done about flexible display screens, those with a soft corner for technology can’t wait for long to bend and stretch their smartphones or have a laptop-like experience on their mobile devices!

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