The next generation of smartphones is here, and you’ve probably heard about it. You’ve probably heard about the Huawei P30 Pro, Google’s Project Ara, and Sony’s Xperia 1. Now, let’s talk about what will be included in these new devices. The next generation of smartphones could also mean new features and capabilities that have never been seen before. Which ones should you buy? Here are five reasons why.
Huawei P30 Pro
The Huawei P30 Pro is the next-generation smartphone. With virtually no bezels and a small teardrop-style notch for the front camera, the Huawei P30 is one of the most beautiful smartphones on the market today. It also has a long-lasting battery and Google app support. Despite its shortcomings, it is easy to recommend the P30 Pro. Besides, it is the last Android smartphone from Huawei.
Google’s Project Ara
If you’ve ever wondered how modular phones can become a reality, consider the concept behind Google’s Project Ara. The Ara phone is based on an interchangeable base frame with six modular slots for attaching hardware modules. The endo will store charge for the modules, allowing them to be swapped out without turning off the device. Other modules include a keyboard and identity module. Ara can be customized for different purposes, such as fitness tracking or music playing.
Sony’s Xperia 1
The Sony Xperia 1, a new Android smartphone, has been announced at Mobile World Congress. It is part of the company’s flagship Xperia series. The new Xperia 1 is one of the smallest smartphones currently on the market, making it ideal for people who want an inexpensive Android phone but still want a premium experience. Sony is planning to release two different versions of this smartphone.
Apple’s iPhone 14
Apple’s iPhone 14 could sport a titanium alloy chassis. The alloy has been used for the iPhone’s watch band, and only Apple Watch models are available in titanium. It is also extremely lightweight and durable. But, how will a titanium-clad iPhone 14 look like? Will it feature the same 6.1-inch display as the current model? That question remains to be answered. But, there are some hints that might hint at a potential redesign.
Samsung Galaxy Beam
The next generation of smartphones is here. The Samsung Galaxy Beam is one such device. The phone features a five-to-50-inch projector. It is equipped with an 8MP main camera and a VGA front-facing camera. It has up to 32GB of internal storage. While the phone is not tied to a specific carrier, it can be easily removed from the app drawer. The battery life is also impressive, delivering up to seven hours of talk time and 530 hours of standby.
Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro
Several leaks suggested that Apple would bring ProMotion to all iPhone 14 models by 2022, but that’s unlikely to happen. According to display analyst Ross Young, the reason is that there’s a huge shortage of such displays in the market. Apple could not meet the demand for the feature in the standard iPhone 14 models. Instead, Apple might opt to add ProMotion to some of its models to make them more competitive.