#1 – Nokia 9 PureView
The Nokia 9 PureView smartphone is the latest device from the brand that seeks to enhance the consumer experience to be more dynamic and holistically robust by harnessing the power of the latest technology.
It is an Outfitted gadget with a whopping five cameras. The smartphone is capable of capturing up to 10-times more light than a traditional smartphone to ensure optimized colour representation and image quality. This also works to capture different textures and detail with enhanced precision to make it a far more competitive option than other photography-centric smartphones in the market.
The Nokia 9 PureView smartphone features just 8mm in thickness and boasts Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The fantastic features helps to prevent bumps and scrapes from rendering the exterior unsightly after regular usage.
#2 – Samsung Galaxy A9
The Samsung Galaxy A9 smartphone is a new tech device that is sure to be a hit amongst consumers seeking the next-generation of functionality from their mobile device.
The smartphone, outfitted with a whopping four camera lenses on the rear, is capable of taking a wide array of different pictures (24MP camera, Depth Camera, Ultra Wide Camera and Telephoto Camera functionalities). Galaxy A9 is absolutely an unbeatable powerhouse for photography that addresses consumer demand for enhanced picture taking capabilities with optimal mobility.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 smartphone comes in three colour options including; Bubblegum Pink, Caviar Black and Lemonade Blue.
#3 – Razer Phone 2
The Razer Phone 2 is positioned to be a frontrunner for avid gamers to choose when seeking the latest hardware to play their favourite titles on-the-go.
The smartphone is smartly built with a 5.72-inch LGZO LCD display and QHD resolution, while the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and Adreno 360 GPU promise a speedy UI experience. The smartphone has integrated slot of 8GB of RAM along with 64GB of internal storage that can be easily upgraded to a whopping 1TB with a microSD card.
The Razer Phone 2 smartphone has a dual-camera system on the rear for optimized photography and available in the market.
#4 – Samsung ‘Oxygen’
The conceptual Samsung ‘Oxygen’ smartphone was designed by Mladen Milic and Michael Muleba to meet the stylish needs of people who fancy trendy things.
Integrated with a sliding screen, the smartphone reveals a second screen when the main display is slid out of the way that offers access to an expansive QWERTY keyboard. This makes lengthy chats or messages simple to type out, thereby enhancing the overall experience with less constraint posed by
The conceptual Samsung ‘Oxygen’ smartphone hides the triple-lens camera system in the sliding screen portion that works to protect it between uses and keep the aesthetic of the device looking trim. The ultra-thin design ensures it fits well in the midst of other devices yet stands apart just enough to cause intrigue.
#5 – Samsung Flip Phone
The Samsung Flip is yet another high-end smartphone, in an old skool version, to appeal to a nostalgia-driven audience. With minimalist smartphones anchoring modern society, industry titan Samsung is hoping to take a step back by catering a design to an audience who yearns for the return of technologically simpler days when people were smarter than their phones.
The new device is, expectantly, contains all the features of Samsung’s sophisticated designs, such as; wireless charging and fingerprint scanning, and entry-level specs, including a Snapdragon 430 processor. The phone, which was only available in China, is expanding into other markets, speaking to the growing popularity of retro designs.
Samsung’s revival of the flip phone has been in the works for a few years, however it plans to revolutionize the smartphone industry with their best-of-both-worlds design which combines nostalgia and simplicity, with high-end mobile features.
#6 – Galaxy X
Samsung is one of the first tech manufacturers to release a fully pliable and flexible smartphone screen with its Galaxy X cellular device. The screen is designed to be flexible, allowing consumers to fold up the smartphone and fit it inside their pocket or bag. The structural screen will revolutionize smartphone designs, allowing consumers to own much more flexible tech devices with adjustable shape.
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The Galaxy X is able to offer a flexible screen thanks to the AMOLED design. The phone weighs no more than five grams a screen of 0.3-millimetres in thickness. The thin shape allows the screen to be fully rolled up without impact or cracking ensuing.
Despite the pliability of the Galaxy X screen, the device is still able to offer high resolution viewing capabilities.
#7 – Axon 7
ZTE has gone about developing an extraordinarily slim smartphone, dubbed the Axon 7, designed as a direct competitor to similar offerings from Samsung and LG.
This slim smartphone costs $400, which represents fantastic value for money considering that it comes powered with a Snapdragon 820 processor that happens to work in conjunction with a suitable impressive 6 GB of RAM. The display promises 1080p HD for viewing photos, videos and app interfaces in a high-resolution AMOLED format. The phone is even capable of letting you take breathtaking photos using image stabilization.
Perhaps the most impressive feature of this device is the fact that it’s exceptionally slim in terms of design. This makes it easy to carry around and use, something that is of growing importance to the discerning smartphone buyer.
#8 – Lenovo Bendable Smartphone
The device is a smartphone that can work as a bracelet, with the presentation showing a normal-looking smartphone that “snaps” into bracelet form much like children’s slap bracelets do. This means that with this smartphone, users can wear their phones on their wrists without having to worry about losing them or not having them immediately available. In the same presentation, a tablet that can be bent in half was also revealed — with the presenter taking it and folding it to use as a phone.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”rsliv5c756c1897cf6″]
There are some technologies, such as tablets, that are not easily portable — and bendable technology will not just make our technology devices more flexible, but much more compact and therefore easier to carry around.
#9 – Vibe K4 Note
The Lenovo VIBE K4 Note is a smartphone that comes equipped with its very own virtual reality kit. The kit is present in the form of TheaterMax technology, powered by Lenovo’s very own virtual reality technology, that allows users to enjoy an immersive big-screen experience on their smartphone.
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This smartphone virtual reality kit is truly a groundbreaking offering in that it allows smartphone users to enjoy a big-screen multimedia experience on what is actually a small smartphone screen.
#10 – Nokia 4.2
Voice assistant technology is showing up in almost every new product hitting the market which is subsequently driving up consumer reliance on it, so brands are taking notice as seen with the new Nokia 4.2 smartphone.
The device is outfitted with a dedicated Google Assistant button that will allow users to instantly toggle the voice assistant functionality whenever they desire for quickly taking care of digital tasks. Aside from this, the smartphone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 mobile processor, Android Pie 9 operating system and a dual rear camera system with a 13MP lens and a 2MP one along with an 8MP front-facing camera.
The Nokia 4.2 smartphone will come with either 2GB or 3GB of RAM along with 16GB or 32GB of storage.
Just before you leave remember that there will be no end to innovation and technology improvisions. This article is just to promote some of the experiments carried out in the tech world. We hope to bring you more of these in our next edition.
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