The budget devices are having shrinking bezels, dual rear cameras, and no notches. Many more things are going to be altered this coming year 2019. Let us take a look at what else is likely to happen next year.
According to The Economic Times, South Korean tech company Samsung seems to release a foldable smartphone with a big 7.4-inch screen when unfolded and a 4.6-inch display like a regular smartphone when folded.
The device will function as a tablet complete with multi-tasking features and will fold inward. It will cost around $1,770 that could end up limiting sales.
The company will also introduce the slimmest bezels on a flagship. These include the Samsung Galaxy S10 with an increase in height of the display, Galaxy S10 Plus with a quad high definition 1440 x 3040-pixel display, and Galaxy S10 Lite with a full high-definition 1080 x 2280-pixel display.
The tech giant Apple may change their design of the notched iPhone X look for the upcoming iPhones. The 3D Touch will continue to be ditched, and the dual-camera lens setup will remain. Then, the Google Pixel 3 Lite is speculated to pack a wonderful 12.2-megapixel rear camera. This will be a mid-range, low-cost handset with a 32GB of internal storage and a large battery than the current Google Pixel 3s.
Meanwhile, the Huawei Mate 30 will likely offer four cameras on the back, all vertically arranged in a module, with a pretty sizable flash note right alongside. The highly anticipated OnePlus 7 will have a triple lens rear camera and a front-facing camera hidden behind its sliding all-screen display without bezels or notches at all.
Chinese-based tech company Oppo is rumored to be the first company to mass-produce 5G compatible handsets next year. Then, Xiaomi is all set to launch the 5G Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 early next year in the UK and Europe and will hit store shelves either just before or after Mobile World Congress 2019. This device will feature a magnetically sliding 6.39-inch OLED display with a sleek bezel-less design and a dual rear camera system.
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