Most-awaited smartphones of 2017: Surface Phone, OnePlus 4, Galaxy S8, iPhone 8
With 2016 drawing to an end, this year has seen one of its best smart phone releases right from iPhone 7 to Google Pixel and many more. With the upcoming year in about two months there is a list of the most awaited smart phones for 2017.
The mobile phone world is a constant update with new releases every now and then, and with technology developing everyday smart phone users are looking for something greater each year. Out of the most anticipated phones in 2017, OnePlus 4 is one device that stands out on the list.
According to ITech Post, fans are very excited for the OnePlus 4 to release. This is because OnePlus 3 has been a huge success.
Based on all predictions the company is certainly going to increase its reputation with OnePlus 4, which mean the RAM could be up to 8 GB and the CPU will be with one of the latest technologies in 2017.
The Microsoft Surface Phone is also highly anticipated, with Microsoft executing new strategies to climb the top it is said that the phone could come in three variants, and it can also possibly come to Continuum-enabled, as stated by M Star News.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to launch in late August or early September the phone could consist of a 6 GB RAM, powered by Snapdragon 830 and the device is also expected to carry a special feature which is the iris scanner and a dual camera system.
Samsung will probably add more features to make the phone successful to cover up its failure with the Galaxy Note 7.
With last but not the least the rumors of iPhone 8 are already on the loose, with the recent launch of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus rumors state that the iphone 8 will be extra special. It is said to have an invisible finger print scanner with an all glass body, other rumors also state that the phone will have curved edges.
With the list already anticipated, there are chances that other devices will add up to the number. With technology developing everyday, 2017 will possibly see a new generation of smartphones.