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Best smartphones 2023 new smartphones

Best smartphones in 2023 new smartphones

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung Galaxy S22, RealMe GT 2 Pro, Oppo Find X5, Apple iPhone SE (2022), Xiaomi 12, OnePlus 10 Pro, Sony Xperia 1 IV, Huawei Mate Xs 2, Google Pixel 6a, Asus ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro, Nothing Phone 1, Huawei P60 Pro, Google Pixel 7, Motorola Frontier, Google Pixel Fold, Nokia 10 PureView, Xiaomi 12 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Apple iPhone 14,

 Do you want to follow the launch of each new smartphone like a falcon? Your schedule will be full in 2022: From rich informants to new flagship phones to foldable phones, there is no shortage of upcoming phones on the horizon.

Although the silicon shortage has not been completely resolved, it seems that mobile phone manufacturers have at least the ability to manage the chip situation. And that's good news for smartphone fans: With less brisk production plans, 2022 is shaping up to be a year full of new phones.

Are you keen to stay up to date with what lies ahead? We've rounded up confirmed releases, potential launches, and leaked rumors below, so you'll know exactly which smartphones you can expect to see in 2022. We'll update this list regularly with news of upcoming phones.

The biggest smartphones released so far in 2022

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

Following the success of last year's Galaxy S20 FE — or "Fan Edition" — the follow-up model draws a thinner line between affordable flagship and mid-range wingman to the full-fledged Samsung Galaxy S21. 

Samsung Galaxy S22 series

Samsung's latest line of flagship smartphones includes three models. The S22 and S22 Plus closely follow in the footsteps of last year's S21, while the high-end S22 Ultra takes up the mantle of the now-defunct Note series phablet — complete with S Pen support. Buy the S22/Plus here 

RealMe GT 2 Pro

RealMe's latest release targets big-name whistleblowers. The first phone to land in the UK with Qualcomm's powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 silicon, it should be a real powerhouse.

Oppo Find X5 series

Oppo unveiled the Find X5 and Find X5 Pro in February. With a sleek ceramic back and a large 6.7-inch AMOLED display on the front, the flagship Pro is powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. Dual Sony sensors and Hasselblad optimization also mean it doesn't lack in imaging capabilities. 

Apple iPhone SE (2022)

Apple's third-generation SE sticks firmly to the mold set by its predecessors: It's an entry-level iPhone in an old shell, still in the style of the iPhone 8. But it also adds some key improvements including 5G connectivity, improved battery life and the Apple A15 Bionic processor for speedy performance. . 

Xiaomi series 12

The first Xiaomi device to drop the "Mi" branding, the Series 12 was launched globally in March. Surrounded by the less expensive vanilla 12 and 12X, the 12 Pro leads the line: a sharp design, superior build quality and gorgeous display make it a true flagship, with three 50MP camera sensors.

OnePlus 10 Pro

According to the specifications revealed earlier this year, the latest flagship from OnePlus is a strong contender. With the first-generation Snapdragon 8 occupying the silicon, the 10 Pro uses Hasselblad imaging tricks to complement the trio of sensors. The 5,000mAh cell inside is plenty, while 80W wired charging means refueling quickly.

Building on its predecessor, Sony's fourth-generation Xperia 1 brings a world-first optical zoom experience to smartphone photographers: instead of a fixed telephoto lens, the 12MP main camera can zoom between 85-125mm continuously. 

Sony Xperia 10 IV

Sony mobile phones have never been such a heavyweight, but the Xperia 10 IV is a real featherweight for 5G. In fact, at 161g, it is the lightest 5G smartphone you can buy right now. Cycles though, it still packs a 5,000mAh cell, along with upgraded cameras, an improved screen, and a new processor.

Huawei Mate Xs 2

The successor to last year's Mate Xs, the Mate Xs 2 is an improvement in all the right places, with an improved screen, a sleeker design, and added stylus support. It's also one of the few to adopt a fold-out design, with an improved hinge that provides greater durability and no visible creases.

Google Pixel 6a

Continuing the mid-range pedigree of Google's Pixel 'a' devices, the 6a boasts a spec sheet not far behind its full siblings. There's Tensor silicon inside, a 6.1-inch OLED display on the front, and a two-tone lid on the back. But there are also budget trade-offs when it comes to upgrade pricing and imaging skills.

Asus ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro

The Asus ROG Phone 5 (and its follow-up, the 5s Pro) was our favorite gaming phone of 2021. With flawless performance, a gorgeous screen, and a wealth of gaming-focused features, it ticks all the boxes for fast gaming. ROG Phone 6 takes that legacy and turns it into 11.

The best upcoming phones for the rest of 2022

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung Galaxy S22, RealMe GT 2 Pro, Oppo Find X5, Apple iPhone SE (2022), Xiaomi 12, OnePlus 10 Pro, Sony Xperia 1 IV, Huawei Mate Xs 2, Google Pixel 6a, Asus ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro, Nothing Phone 1, Huawei P60 Pro, Google Pixel 7, Motorola Frontier, Google Pixel Fold, Nokia 10 PureView, Xiaomi 12 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Apple iPhone 14,

Nothing Phone 1

There has been a lot of hype for nothing in recent months. Carl Pei's animal project has already created a stir with its Ear 1 wireless earphones. For its next stunt, the tech startup has officially announced that it will be producing a long-talked-about smartphone.

The now announced £399+ phone will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 778G+ platform - noting that Qualcomm has added support for wireless charging and reverse wireless charging, something not found in any other phone using this silicon.

It adopts the transparent design style that has become the manufacturer's trademark, with a selection of taillights. Nothing calls it an "avatar interface". Essentially a new twist on the old notification light idea, these lights blink in different patterns for different calls or app notifications, show remaining battery or charge status, glow red when recording video, and act as a fill light when taking photos. The overall design is somewhat iPhone-esque, with flat sides and an aluminum frame.

The software is based on Android, but it is covered by an interface called Nothing OS. Nothing says it more than simple looks: Pei has made it clear that he wants to produce an alternative to Apple's integrated software/hardware ecosystem.

O2 will stock the Nothing smartphone exclusively in the UK, but it won't be available in the US at this time.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung Galaxy S22, RealMe GT 2 Pro, Oppo Find X5, Apple iPhone SE (2022), Xiaomi 12, OnePlus 10 Pro, Sony Xperia 1 IV, Huawei Mate Xs 2, Google Pixel 6a, Asus ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro, Nothing Phone 1, Huawei P60 Pro, Google Pixel 7, Motorola Frontier, Google Pixel Fold, Nokia 10 PureView, Xiaomi 12 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Apple iPhone 14,

Huawei P60 Pro

Huawei P50 Pro was launched last year, and it was a little strange. As a photography powerhouse, it benefited from a quartet of capable cameras with plenty of megapixels between them - including a periscope lens that offered an excellent 200x digital zoom. The problem was that the ongoing trade restrictions meant it took a while for the flagship to get out of China.

Will his successor do better? Only time will tell. The Huawei P60 Pro and Pro Plus are expected to arrive in mid-2022, with the latest rumors pointing to a September release date. Based on the evolution of previous Pro mobile phones, the P60 Pro will likely pack a sufficiently powerful camera toolkit, along with a large full-screen experience.

But little is known about the P60 Pro's firm specs, let alone when - or if - it will arrive in Blighty (or beyond).


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Google Pixel 7

Google's Pixel 6 saw the search giant's return to making true flagships, after the mid-range detour of its predecessor. And after an official teaser at Google I/O 2022, it looks like the Pixel 7 will follow suit.

Official specs are still lackluster on the ground, but Google showed off the 7th generation Pixel on stage. The promotional images revealed a device developed from the Pixel 6, which features curved glass on the front and a metal camera bar on the back, with three lenses and edges that blend into the body.

We also know that the Pixel 7 will be equipped with the new next-generation Google Tensor chip. Its performance is unknown at this point, but if its predecessor is anything to go by, the Pixel 7 should offer a class-leading smartphone experience.

Due out "later this year," we expect to see the Pixel 7 arrive in October, when Google's flagship phones are traditionally out. Pricing is anyone's guess, though we hope to see it undercut competition from Apple and Samsung.

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Motorola Frontier

Modern Motorola phones provided high specifications at an average price. It looks like his next phone will take things even further: early leaks show that the Frontier — which is rumored to arrive this summer — is equipped with a massive camera, featuring what's presumed to be a massive 194MP main sensor. Those same sources indicate that it will be flanked by 50MP ultra-wide cameras and 12MP telephoto lenses.

Other specifications are no less impressive, if the rumors are true. They point to the 6.7-inch OLED panel on the front, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus chip inside, along with 125W fast charging and 5G connectivity support.

The latest information suggests that a July launch is possible, but there is no word on pricing yet. Motorola's recent devices tend to be in the mid-range, but if the cost hike from the Edge 20 Pro to the new Edge 30 Pro is anything to go by, the Frontier may be priced to match the sheer number of megapixels.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung Galaxy S22, RealMe GT 2 Pro, Oppo Find X5, Apple iPhone SE (2022), Xiaomi 12, OnePlus 10 Pro, Sony Xperia 1 IV, Huawei Mate Xs 2, Google Pixel 6a, Asus ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro, Nothing Phone 1, Huawei P60 Pro, Google Pixel 7, Motorola Frontier, Google Pixel Fold, Nokia 10 PureView, Xiaomi 12 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Apple iPhone 14,

Google Pixel Fold

What about the elusive pixel fold? Depending on who you ask, you'll hear a range of answers. Some believe that the Pixel 6 will be foldable. Others have predicted that a separate Pixel Fold will launch by the end of 2021. Now, the latest information indicates that Google won't be launching the Fold at all — at least not in its current form.

Does this mean we won't see a foldable Pixel phone in 2022? not necessarily. Most likely, this means that Google has managed its first attempt at a foldable device, in order to focus on a new phone that will be released later this year. That would certainly fit in with industry reports claiming that Google will not release a foldable device in the first half of 2022.

What does Google's foldable spec sheet have in store? This is less certain — though if it follows the template set by the Pixel 6, you can expect a clean, premium design with a vanilla Android interface optimized for a foldable setup.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung Galaxy S22, RealMe GT 2 Pro, Oppo Find X5, Apple iPhone SE (2022), Xiaomi 12, OnePlus 10 Pro, Sony Xperia 1 IV, Huawei Mate Xs 2, Google Pixel 6a, Asus ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro, Nothing Phone 1, Huawei P60 Pro, Google Pixel 7, Motorola Frontier, Google Pixel Fold, Nokia 10 PureView, Xiaomi 12 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Apple iPhone 14,

Nokia 10 PureView

Rumors of a Nokia 9 PureView replacement have been circulating pretty much ever since this device was launched at MWC in 2019. Despite the long wait, there is still little certainty about if, when and how a multi-lens mobile phone might succeed.

Nokia 9.3, 10, X50, X60… Various names have been suggested for this elusive device. But one thing unites the fortune tellers: the hope that it will set a new standard for Nokia. We certainly expect the PureView follow-up to include all sorts of smart camera tech. The new device will also need 5G connectivity to keep up with its competitors.

Four cameras, massive batteries, powerful processors: Rumors about the Nokia 10 PureView are swirling around, but solid specs are nowhere to be found. Some sources state that the silence is due to difficulties in obtaining suitable silicone. Everyone thinks this is true.

In fact, it's not clear if the device is actually in the works, let alone at the cost (smartphone prices have risen exponentially since the launch of its £549/$699 predecessor). As you can see, this isn't a sure bet - but we're still hoping to see a new Nokia flagship in 2022.

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Xiaomi 12 Ultra

The dual-screen Xiaomi launched the 11 Ultra last year with enough megapixels among its three rear cameras to satisfy a battalion of smartphone photographers. And behind it raises the bar even higher when it comes to photography.

After its launch in China, a global rollout is expected to follow later this year. Xiaomi 12 Ultra comes with Leica camera hardware. It uses a full 1-inch sensor for its primary lens, with Xiaomi sharing development costs with Sony to give the 12 Ultra some serious low-light chops. Ultra wide and telephoto lenses remain unchanged.

There's also a 120Hz OLED display, 120W fast charging, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ silicon.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung Galaxy S22, RealMe GT 2 Pro, Oppo Find X5, Apple iPhone SE (2022), Xiaomi 12, OnePlus 10 Pro, Sony Xperia 1 IV, Huawei Mate Xs 2, Google Pixel 6a, Asus ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro, Nothing Phone 1, Huawei P60 Pro, Google Pixel 7, Motorola Frontier, Google Pixel Fold, Nokia 10 PureView, Xiaomi 12 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Apple iPhone 14,

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 & Z Flip 4

An ardent early proponent of foldable phones, Samsung shows no signs of staying flat in 2022. Having launched the expensive Z Flip 3 and the unfamiliar, slightly less expensive Z Flip 3 in 2021, there's every chance we'll see successors to both devices. this year.

Not much concrete information is being circulated about the specifications or design of any of the smartphones, but we hope to see Samsung focus its efforts on reducing the visual wrinkle that currently plagues the center of its foldable devices. The improved cameras would be great too, as would a place to store the S Pen on the Z Fold 4. What more could we wish for? Lower price, at least for the Flip.

If we see two new Z foldable phones from Samsung, we'd guess fall 2022 would be the most likely launch window, given previous Galaxy Fold devices launched in August or September.

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Apple iPhone 14

Like clockwork, Apple is expected to release a new batch of iPhones in 2022. Like the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 before it, the iPhone 14 family is expected to include standard, Mini, Pro, and Pro models. the above.

Traditionally, Apple only gives its flagship iPhones a major upgrade every two years. This trend continued with the iPhone 13, which retained largely identical dimensions and designs to the iPhone 12, while also adjusting the hardware and camera performance.
So we expect major improvements in imaging and performance with the iPhone 14. But could we also see a design overhaul? Other than switching to flat aluminum edges for the iPhone 12, Apple hasn't strayed too far from the design language established with the iPhone X. At the very least, we're hoping to remove the long-awaited selfie camera. Notch - While some early leaks suggest that Apple may also be flattening the rear camera bump.

When does the iPhone 14 cover (and its siblings) break? Outside of 2020, when its schedule has been disrupted by the global pandemic, Apple regularly releases its latest flagships in September - which is exactly when we can expect to see the iPhone 14.




















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