Some of The Most Anticipated Smartphones in 2019

We saw a number of powerful smartphones released in 2018, but 2019 promises to be a better year for smartphones. Why? Because there are still a couple of smartphones yet to be released besides the ones that are already in the market. 

2019 is going to be a better year for smartphones because the new smartphones will be upgrades of their predecessors. Designs will be sleekier and sexier than ever and there are certainly going to be loads of new features. 

Quick digression: Iphone 11 was just released recently. And it's as cool as you'd expect. 

Below are some of the most anticipated smartphones in 2019:

Huawei: Mate 30 Pro

Mark your calendar. September 19th is the release date of the highly anticipated Huawei Mate 30 Pro. The smartphone will be revealed in Munich. There has been lots of report about the features of Mate 30 Pro. Most of the report point out to plenty of power via the new Kirin 990 processor, and the battery capacity is expected to be as high as 4500mAh. 

Google: Pixel 4

Google only released the official image of Pixel 4 after there was a massive flow of leaks to put an end to the intense speculation that has built up in anticipation of the phone. Google also revealed that Pixel 4 will have a screen notch, and both will have a big upper bezel to accommodate both a Face ID-like facial scanning system with sensors, as well as a tiny Soli radar chip that can read hand movements - and do things such as kick on the facial scanner as soon as your hand touches the phone, ensuring no delay for the scan.

One Plus: 7T and 7T Pro

One Plus ready released One Plus 7 Pro some months ago. However, they are taking no break as they plan on releasing One Plus 7T and 7T Prp later this year. Without doubt, the upcoming versions will have some cool features. 

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