Iphone 8, Samsung S8, Redmi Note 4, Details Of Upcoming Mobiles Device

The biggest smartphone launches of 2016, such as iPhone 7, Moto Z and OnePlus 3, are over and done with, but that doesn't mean there are no more great smartphones you can look forward to this year and the early part of 2017. The rumour mill continues to dish out details about the upcoming smartphones by brands such as Motorola,HTC, Xiaomi and so on, while next year's flagship models have are in the news too. Here's a look at the nine upcoming smartphones you should be most excited about.

1. Xiaomi Redmi 4

Done with its top-end Mi 5s,Mi 5s plus, Mi Mixand MI-Miz, Xiaomi's next major launch is the entry-level Redmi 4 smartphone. Set to redmi 4, whose images have leaked via Chinese certification agency Tenaa, is said to have the same 5-inch screen size of Redmi 3s and 3s prime, but display resolution is likely to be full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) instead of 720p.

Xiaomi redmi note 4 is also rumoured to get a processor upgrade, from Snapdragon 430 to Snapdragon 625; 32GB internal storage, up to 256GB microSD card support, and 3GB RAM are expected to be the standard configuration. On the back is said to be a 13-megapixel camera, while the front camera is expected to have 5-megapixel resolution. Other key features of Xiaomi Redmi 4 are said to be Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based MIUI 8 software, 4100mAh battery, and fingerprint sensor on the back.

2. Nokia's Android phones
The at Nokia smatfornxeNokia are among the most anticipated mobile in the tech world. The Finnish company is rumoured smartphones early next year,Propabily the mobile world at Barcelona in February next year; while one of the models is tipped to come with a 5.2-inch display, the other is said to have a 5.5-inch panel, both with 2K (1440x2560 pixels) resolution and OLED screens.

Both uz smartphones are said to have a metallic body with water- and dust-resistance (IP68), and fingerprint sensor on the back; the fingerprint sensor is rumoured to be "the most sensitive ever" courtesy the company's research on graphene. On the software side, the company is said to be using the Launcher medic rich we have previously seen on the Nokia N1 tablet.

3. Moto M

Lenovo-owned Motorola is expected to unveil the Moto M mid-range phablet in December this year, likely as an upgrade to last year's Moto x play. Moto M specifications registered with Chinese certification agency TENNA showed that the smartphone has a 5.5-inch screen and 3000mAh battery and dual-SIM support. Other reports say that the smartphone will have full HD (1080x1920 pixel) resolution, Snapdragon 625 processor or Mediatek Helio P10, Android 7.0 Marshmallow operating system, and a metallic body. The handset is supposed to come in two variants: with 32GB storage and 3GB RAM, and 64GB storage and 4GB RAM.

9. Meizu Pro 6s

Meizu Pro 6s, a variant of the company's Pro 6 smartphone, has been spotted a number of times on benchmarking apps as well as certification agency databases and Weibo. The smartphone is likely to have a 5.2-inch display with full-HD resolution, Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based custom software, MediaTek Helio X25 SoC, 32GB internal storage, 4GB of RAM, a 21-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front camera. While the battery capacity is not yet known, the company is expected to use the proprietary MCharge fast-charging technology in the smartphone.

The Meizu Pro 6s will be quite similar to the Pro 6 in design, according to company Vice President Li Nan. It is expected that the smartphone will feature the 3D Press display, which works similar to Apple's 3D Touch on iPhone 6s and beyond.

10. Vivo X9

Scheduled to hit the market in mid-November, Vivo X9 is expected to have a dual-camera setup (20-megapixel 8-megapixel) in front. The smartphone is also rumoured to come in two variants: 4GB of RAM and 6GB of RAM, with yet unknown storage options. It is said to have thin bezels on the side, a hardware Home button below the display, and USB Type-C for charging. Along with the X9, Vivo is said to be working on X9 Plus, which sports a bigger screen.

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