Many rumors spreading about upcoming smartphones, it’s time to see what 2019 will bring us in terms of smartphones. One new thing that’ll be rising in 2019 is 5G, and with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 coming out soon, OEMs are going to be fantastic after it.
We’re expecting to see the new Snapdragon 855 chipset in a variety of top-end phones throughout 2019. Even Huawei and Samsung are working on creating an equivalent processor, if not better, and this competition is going to be very exciting.
Most smartphone manufacturers have already settled on a yearly upgrade cycle and here is the short information on when the most expected phones of 2019 will come.
Here is the list of upcoming smartphones released in 2019:
BlackBerry Key3 – Expected release July 2019
A phone with a physical keyboard will probably continue to exist in 2019 and it will most likely be called the BlackBerry Key3. Every key double as a shortcut and the whole keyboard works as a trackpad.
The Key3 can back with a more influential chip and an improved camera, so it will be a wonderful phone in 2019.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10- Expected release August – September 2019
Samsung has awakened after the Note 7 battery explosion scandal and it has brought us the excellent Note 8 and Note 9, with the latter featuring a big, long-lasting, and safe 4,000mAh battery. We hope the Note 10 doubles down faster and has smoother performance, more S Pen tricks, and an even better camera.
Most of all, we are looking to Samsung which promises to give us timely software updates in 2019.
Xiaomi Pocophone F2 Expected release: August – September 2019
The Pocophone F1 was the superphone of 2018: a phone with a price of $350 yet a flagship processor, big battery, and impressive performance.
And we hope the next Pocophone, the Poco F2, sticks with that “affordable flagship” mentality. The phone may be launched in August
Moto Z4 Expected release: August – September 2019
It’s more than three years since Motorola showed us its Moto Mods system of magnetically breaking mods.
The unlocked Moto Z4 features a 48MP camera sensor, 2-days of battery life, an OLED display with a built-in fingerprint sensor, and much more. Users will also get a free moto 360 camera mod with your acquisition.
Apple iPhone 2019 series Expected release: Friday, September 21st, 2019
It’s still a bit early to know for sure what Apple iPhone will release in 2019, but we do expect it will stick with its premium pricing and we will have three phones: two premium, $1,000+ models, and a third, more affordable phone with some negotiations.
Apple has its own hardware team that makes the world’s fastest phone chips and we guess it to remain in the lead of phone performance charts in 2019.
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Expected release: October 2019
October 2019 shapes up to be very hectic, but the true star of the month will likely be the new Pixel 4 family.
One of the very best smartphone cameras around will get better next year, pushing the limits of what you think is possible from a phone shooter. Google was also killed with criticism against the big and rather insufferable notch on the Pixel 3 XL, so we imagine it listens and manages to come up with a more elegant design.
The most important thing about the 2019 series of Pixels will be availability.
OnePlus 7T Expected release: October 2019
After a few months of the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro, we hope OnePlus to strike once again with the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro – two phones that will be about gradual improvements and polishing touches to the original OnePlus 7 family.
LG V50 ThinQ Expected release: October 2019
As already announced by LG, the highlight of the LG V50 will be 5G connectivity. The phone was legally announced at MWC 2019 starting this year, but it’s a mystery when it’ll finally be released.
Now, LG is said to be hard at work on sorting out that semi-experimental 5G connectivity, along with other hardware and software kinks. Positively we’ll see it earlier, but if not, we guess the usual LG V-series release timing of October may still work.
Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 Expected release: October 2019
We don’t know much about the upcoming Huawei Mate 30 series yet, but we do know that those will be insanely stacked phones.
After Huawei made a splash with the P30 Pro earlier this year — that phone featured a very impressive and elaborate camera system allowing for up to 10x quality zoom — we can only have high hopes of Huawei’s upcoming, and even higher-end Mate phones.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 Expected release: October – November 2019
Chinese company Xiaomi’s Mi Mix series of phones has always managed to surprise us with impressive forward-looking design and cutting-edge internals, and we have no reason to believe that a new iteration won’t be released this year. The full-screen, bezel-less series should get a new phone in late 2019 with a phone that will bring faster performance, tinier bezels, and an improved camera while sticking with a premium look and feel.