What to expect for 2019 from the smartphone world? Huawei, Apple and Samsung: here are the best smartphone models coming out you should not miss
The most anticipated smartphones arriving in 2019

The 2019 will be a very innovative year for the smartphone: the mobile market will see the introduction of many new and the arrival of more and more advanced devices with Apple, Samsung and Huawei at the forefront.

There are few new features put in place since 2019, a year that could in the future be remembered as an important test for the smartphone world: the 5G, the fifth generation of connectivity, the folding screens capable of transforming our normal phone in a tablet, increasingly tight notches and much more.

The innovations planned for next year promise to seriously change the way we communicate from mobile, with a series of revolutionary smartphones capable, already only with the few anticipations emerged, to warm the hearts of fans and future buyers. What should we expect from this 2019 mobile? Let’s find out together.

Samsung Galaxy S10

The new Samsung Galaxy S10 is definitely one of the most anticipated smartphones in the 2019 price list, with an upcoming release scheduled for mid-April and an official presentation of stability in mid-February.

The new top of the range Samsung could arrive in three models, different for price range and performance, and should rely on a fingerprint reader located below the screen (borderless) and with Super AMOLED 4K technology.

Triple camera back and double for the front of the phone, a design that should follow that of Galaxy Note 9 and the absence of the notch, the hated/beloved cleat on most current devices. The rumors see in fact Samsung Galaxy S10 with an Infinity O screen, with a hole for the camera, as the next and expected Galaxy A8s (always expected for 2019).

Huawei P30 and P30 Pro

The mysterious heir to Huawei P20 is still a great secret to the Chinese house, but we know that the project exists and that the new smartphone will debut next year.

Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will take the reigns of their lucky and beloved predecessors, with some characteristic sources of persistent rumors such as the curved OLED screen with notch, Kirin 980 processor and in its PRO version as many as five rear cameras. Huawei, after the Mate 20, seems to want to impress its users by focusing on mobile photography, with the main sensor featuring 38 megapixels. Regarding the release date, not much is known, although a global launch is likely between February and March, anticipated by an official presentation at the Mobile World Congress 2019.

Samsung Galaxy A8s vs Huawei Nova 4

Great battle is also about the new full-screen smartphones, with only the camera hole: the protagonists of 2019, at least at the beginning, will undoubtedly be Samsung Galaxy A8s and Huawei Nova 4.

The full-screen smartphone of the Chinese house aimed at users of mid-range, with a 6.4-inch display and 2310 x 1080 megapixel, without notch and with the brand new front camera hole (25 megapixel, next to the front 48-megapixel). The price should vary between 490 and 450 dollars.

Samsung Galaxy A8s will be equipped instead of 6.3-inch Infinity-O display, with a resolution of Full HD+ 2340×1080 pixels. The front camera, also enclosed within the full-screen smartphone, will be 24 megapixels combined with the triple rear camera with 24, 10 and 5 megapixel sensors.

iPhone XI

The plans for Apple’s 2019, with the alleged iPhone XI model, are still a mystery: after the sales flop of the iPhone Xs and XR, which disappointed expectations, Cupertino now looks forward to the first details of the new iPhone.

The rumors offer some interesting data: the new iPhone coming out next year will not support the 5G and could see the return of the Touch ID next to the now appreciated Face ID. The fingerprint sensor could be mounted below the screen, which should see reduced the much criticized notch cleat. An interesting patent has also recently come out, filed by Apple for some time, which features an iPhone with a folding screen (able to close itself up like a notebook).

It is unlikely, however, that the 2019 sees the debut of the first iPhone with folding screen: Apple will have to focus on new and substantial news, able to buy back that slice of the market burned in the last quarter of 2018, returning to offer unique features compared to an Android competition increasingly stratified and fierce.



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