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The Top 12 Future Smartphones of 2022/23

The Top 12 Future Smartphones of 2022/23

Lint from a pocket, the rate at which cell phones are developing means that something new is always on the horizon. The next big thing is already being anticipated as soon as the newest phone is discovered.

Here, we take a peek at the 2022 and 2023 smartphones that still need to be released. This list will be updated frequently with the device rumours we believe to be fascinating and credible.

Regarding already-released devices, we’ve compiled a list of the top smartphones for 2022 elsewhere, including those we think are the best overall. There are also mid-range roundups up to £400 if your budget is a little less, as well as our piece on cheap cell phones under £200.


The upcoming generation of phones

Google Pixel Fold

The Google Pixel has been the subject of folding rumours since 2019, but the company has yet to officially announce one or even hint that it will be released soon. The most recent information on the product indicates that Google has postponed its debut because they are unhappy with it. It is anticipated to fold like a book, similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 4.


Huawei Mate X3

It’s been reported that the company will introduce the inward-folding Mate X3 after launching the outward-folding Mate XS 2 in the summer of 2022. The anticipated launch date has been set for December 2022. However, the corporation has yet to announce it formally. It is anticipated to be more robust and thinner than its predecessor.


OnePlus 11 Pro

According to leaks and rumours, OnePlus is planning a significant overhaul for the OnePlus 11 Pro. Instead of the square module found on the current phones, it appears that the camera module will resemble a massive circle on the back of the phone. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 16GB of storage, and a 5000mAh battery with 100W charging are anticipated to be included. According to rumours, it will debut in 2023’s first quarter.


Oppo Find X6 Pro

One of the first smartphones to use the Snapdragon 8 gen one platform will be the Oppo Find X6 Pro, which is anticipated to launch at the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023. Four new matte pastel colours are seen together with a conspicuous circular camera in the centre of the phone’s back in leaked renderings.


Samsung Galaxy S23 series

The Galaxy S23, which is anticipated at the beginning of 2023, will be Samsung’s flagship series for that year. Much has been said about the phones up to this point, other than the rumour that Samsung would stop using its own Exynos CPUs and only utilise Qualcomm Snapdragon SoCs in every market. Additionally, there are rumours that night photography will grow even better. If past years are any indication, Samsung will introduce these phones in January or February of 2023.


Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro

Xiaomi may be taking a new approach with the following numbered series of flagship phones, according to recently leaked renders. Thin lines on the camera unit still separate the three lenses, but the enclosure is considerably square than on the current 12-series devices. Three 50MP cameras are rumoured to be on the back, but since the launch is still a ways off (spring 2023), such rumours may be false.


iPhone 15 range

Even though the iPhone 14 is still following model has already begun. While other Apple would switch from physical buttons to solid-state/haptic ones, Apple has already announced the switch from Lightning to USB-C. The following models will debut in September or October 2023.


Pixel G10/Pixel 7 Ultra

Another unannounced Pixel device emerged after rumours of the Pixel 7a series. Although the Pixel G10 has been found, only some genuinely understand it. We’re still determining this one, but it should have a giant 6.7-inch QuadHD display, just like the Pixel 7 Pro. It also might be the Pixel 7 Ultra.


Google Pixel 7a ‘family.’

Pre-registration for the “Google Pixel 7a family” was made available by Amazon nearly immediately after the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro went on sale, which was entirely unexpected. This implies several ideas. The cheaper Pixel is already being developed, and there may be more than one series phone this year, according to Amazon. Could there possibly be a smaller 7a and a larger 7a “plus”?


Motorola Razr(s) 2023

According to rumours, Motorola may introduce two Razr phone models in 2023 and the Razr 2022 this year. We still need to determine exactly how those two phones will look or function. One of them will undoubtedly resemble the present clamshell, as we can reasonably assume. Still, the second one might be foldable with a larger screen like the Galaxy Z Fold, or perhaps Motorola will create something using its rollable prototype display.


Moto X40

Motorola’s X30 (Edge 30 globally) series has been released in bits and pieces throughout the year, but Motorola is already looking ahead to the following generation. According to information shared on social media by Lenovo Group General Manager, the X40 will be one of the first smartphones featuring the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processors.


Oppo Find N2

If Oppo’s Find N were accessible outside of China, it would be one of our favourite foldable. It’s a great, small book-style folding phone, and rumours suggest Oppo is getting ready to release a replacement soon. It is asserted to have the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, provide a model with a vegan leather back, and run ColorOS 13, which is based on Android 13.

edited and proofread by nikita sharma



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