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Awesome Smartphones That Are Launching This Year!

Looking to buy a new phone for yourself this year? These new phones might just be the best options of the year:

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2

Samsung is one company that believes foldables are the future of mobile phones. Although the first version of the foldable (Galaxy Fold) was launched earlier, it quickly ran into troubles. Building on what was learned from last year’s disaster, Samsung is expected to launch the new version of the foldable, Fold 2.

The Fold 2 is expected to have a bigger internal screen and use a glass display (instead of the plastic display used in Fold). Some rumors suggest that Samsung could also launch a cheaper Fold E or Fold Lite alongside the pricey Fold 2.

Apple iPhone 12

Reports suggest that this new iPhone will keep the all-screen face, but will adopt a flattened metal frame, that’s similar to the current iPad Pro and the classic iPhone 4. As opposed to the current screen sizes (5.8, 6.1, and 6.5 inches), they could shift to 5.4, 6.1, and 6.7 inches.

However, some reports also suggest that there are two different 6.1-inch models, bringing the total tally to four iPhone 14 devices. It could break down into iPhone 12 at 5.4 inches and iPhone 12 Max at 6.1 inches (both using OLED screens), and iPhone 12 Pro at 6.1 inches, and iPhone 12 Pro Max at 6.7 inches (both of which are expected to feature more cameras, higher-resolution OLED displays, and more RAM).

Rumors suggest a four-eye design on the back and the addition of a time-of-flight camera to the current trio of the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max. A recent rumor also suggests 4K slow-motion shooting at 240fps, while another points to a 64MP shooter in the mix.

Google Pixel 5

We’re already hearing rumors and leaks about this Google phone. It is expected to have quite a distinctive makeover. Although almost everything is speculation at this point, rumor suggests one giant triple-camera setup on the back of this phone. A preview also suggests the potential for reverse wireless charging, as seen on Huawei and Samsung phones. It might have a similar design to the Pixel 4 at the back. With the support of a 5G network, the Google Pixel 5 will be launched later this year.

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