5 Top Upcoming Smartphones in 2020

If you are searching for the top upcoming smartphones in the coming months, then read through this post and choose your preferred one based on specifications and rumoured prices. Also, we have shared the possible releases date as well as the speculated price.

Do you want to buy a new phone or change the old one? Are you waiting for the next big surprise from the smartphone brands? Well, with the current phase of trending technology, mobile manufacturers continuously try to afloat in the competitive market and therefore, announce the upcoming smartphone to hype the potential customers.

Top Upcoming Smartphones

Knowing the upcoming mobile phones benefits both consumers and the manufacturers; the buyers can compare the configurations and the brands can adjust the specifications as well as prices. This way the customers can choose the best smartphone within the budget, and the OEMs can modify their manufacturing and marketing strategies.

We have researched and analysed the upcoming mobile phones 2020 and from the long list, in this post, we have published the top 5 smartphones coming within this year.

Best 5 Upcoming Smartphones 2020

Samsung Galaxy Note 20

Samsung has not shared any detail about the specifications but from our research, we have found that it will bring two phones: Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus. You have seen the last Galaxy line is 10 but the brand has decided to jump the Galaxy line from 10 to 20.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20

The Galaxy Note 20 is going to be powered by the popular chipset the Snapdragon 865 and in some regions, Exynos 990. Also, the device comes with the IP68 water-resistance rating. You can expect 12 GB of RAM and a maximum of 256 GB of internal storage. You will see the in-display fingerprint scanner and wireless charging, which you have seen in the previous Galaxy series.

The approximate release date of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is August 05.

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Asus Zenfone 7

Asus Zenfone 7 specifications and prices are super-guarded and we have not found any leak or rumour yet. However, we can expect to get the successor of Asus Zenfone 6—naturally, the Zenfone 7 will be updated with high-end specifications.

Asus Zenfone 7

Of course, the device will come with a flip camera that will make it unique among the competitors. The chipset will be Snapdragon 865 and you will get the new OLED display—upgraded from the LCD display.

Like the specs rumor, we have not heard the release date yet; however, the estimated date can be the third quarter—from July to September.

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2

You will expect to see a 6.23-inch display on the front and the folded display measure is 7.59 inches. In terms of other specs—design, battery, and chipset—you can expect similar to the predecessor. Besides, there is a chance to get a large camera notch, most likely a punch-hone camera solution.

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2

OnePlus 8T and 8T Pro

With the Snapdragon 865 chipset, you can expect a few improvements as well as some high-end design changes. The device will support 65-watt fast charging, OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro is supporting 30-watt charging. So you can expect a high-speed charging method. Furthermore, with the speculated charging support, the device will be fully charged within 30 minutes.

OnePlus 8T and 8T Pro

Google Pixel 5 series

Google Pixel series tend to be in the premium hood by offering high-end Snapdragon 865 chipset. However, in Google Pixel 5 series, the brand may lower its standard and it will provide premium mid-range specs. A mid-level Snapdragon 765 will be provided under the hood along with 5G supports but the price can be expected to be lower.

According to the market rumour, you can expect to get the phone by October 2020.

Conclusion: These are the top 5 upcoming smartphones you can expect to get within 2020. We will update this list from time to time, and you will get the information about which phones are coming. Feel free to add the rumoured handsets and we will add the phones into our list.

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