The year has produced many sparkling new devices, from inexpensive blowers to folding phones to new flagships. Before you switch calendars, several new cell phones will come. Do you want to know what’s coming? The confirmed, probable, and rumored releases are below. In 2022, you’ll know which of the greatest upcoming phones to expect.

1. Samsung Galaxy S23

According to reports, there will be hardware enhancements but no major cosmetic changes. These could include a 40MP selfie cam and a 200MP main camera. We want it as OnePlus, Motorola, Xiaomi, and others have pampered us with 65W+ fast charging. Given prior circumstances, a launch and reveal in February 2023 would be a good bet for the Galaxy S23 release date.

2. Apple iPhone 15

There are few iPhone 15 rumors. We’d want to see the Dynamic Island notch on the base models. To match the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s lossless 10x optical zoom, we’d like 8K video recording and a periscope zoom camera. Who’s right?

3. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5

It’s unlikely. Currently, there are minimal rumors. But we’d want a thinner design, a built-in S-Pen, and faster charging to sketch and doodle on its large unfurled display.

4. Google Pixel Fold

What about the Pixel Fold? Depending on whom you ask, you’ll get many answers. The Pixel 6 was rumored to bend. By 2021, others projected a Pixel Fold device. It’s more likely that Google scrapped its initial foldable. According to industry reports, Google won’t debut a foldable in Q1 2022. What will Google’s foldable’s specs be? However, if it follows the Pixel 6, it will have a clean, premium look with a pure Android experience geared for folding.

5. Oppo Dragonfly

Oppo’s first folding phone received four stars on the test. The Find N’s pocketability made it appealing. However, clamshells will likely influence its design. The screen should have 120Hz refresh rates and Qualcomm silicon. If the Find N is any indication, it should be priced competitively versus Samsung’s folding devices.

6. Huawei Pro P60

The Huawei P50 Pro, released last year, was unusual. The periscope lens had a 200x digital zoom. The flagship took ages to leave China due to trade constraints. Will its replacement perform better? Recent rumors suggest that the Huawei P60 Pro Plus and Pro will launch in late 2022. Based on past Pro phones, the P60 Pro will likely have a great camera and a large full-screen experience.

7. OnePlus Nord 3

The Nord 3 has not been released by OnePlus this year. In May, the Nord 2T offered a midway upgrade, followed by the OnePlus 10T. Twitter commentators continue to debate Nord 3’s 2022 release. Little proof exists. But some sources remain optimistic about a new OnePlus appearing before the year is through. We expect the OnePlus Nord 3 to follow its mid-range predecessors in feature-richness.

8. Nokia 10 PureView

Since the Nokia 9 PureView premiered at MWC 2019, rumors have circulated about a replacement. The multi-lens mobile’s success is still uncertain despite the extended wait. Several names have been proposed for the illusive device. The soothsayers hope it will establish a new Nokia standard. We expect a PureView sequel to include advanced camera tech. Some say the silence is due to silicon shortages.

9. Xiaomi 13

Xiaomi generally releases its flagship phones in December. However, in 2022, they may launch earlier. Some analysts anticipate seeing the Xiaomi 13 Pro and 13 land in November or October. That’s likely a supposition, as is whether Xiaomi will debut the devices in Europe and China simultaneously. But here’s hoping we see the handsets before the year ends. Industry speculation claims the Xiaomi 13 Pro and 13 will continue the maker’s partnership with Leica after the Xiaomi 12S Ultra’s photo-happy nature. The Xiaomi 12S Ultra’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip is expected to power both phones, according to numerous sources.

10. Redmi Note 12 series

A Redmi Note successor is also coming from Xiaomi. The Redmi Note 11T Pro and 10 debuted this year and complicated Redmi’s lineup. However, a Note 11 sequel is still awaited. Due to the slow distribution of its predecessor, which arrived in China but wasn’t released worldwide until 2022, it may be delayed. At least two Note 12 handsets will have 6.6in FHD+ panels, according to Twitter. Each is projected to be 8.8mm thick compared to the previous generation’s 8.1mm. Note 12 is expected to feature a 4300mAh battery, while the Note 12 Pro will use a 4980mAh cell. MediaTek Dimensity is rumored for the handsets.


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