Android Flagship Phones Of 2017: Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Nokia Androids, LG G6, LG V30, OnePlus 4 And More
As 2017 starts, smartphone fans know that new flagship devices will soon come out of smartphone makers' doors. If you're one of the people who is looking to buy a new phone this year, this post is for you. Here are some of the most awaited Android flagship phones of 2017.
Nokia Androids 2017
Nokia has already released one Android this year, the Nokia 6. However, this phone is a midrange phone and although it has amazingly gathered a million registrations before its release, there are still people waiting for a flagship Nokia smartphone. Fortunately, rumor has it that this can happen next month at the MWC event.
Samsung Galaxy S8 And Galaxy Note 8
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to arrive sometime in April and it can come with an amazingly curved body, flat front surface (no home button) and a new AI assistant from Samsung. The Note 8, on the other hand, is expected for a mid-2017 arrival and it could come with a super-improved stylus and with a different look.
LG G6 And LG V30
LG is proud to share that their LG G6 has gone through extensive testing to ensure that it is a very safe smartphone, as per GSM Arena. This phone is also rumored to get an MWC announcement but this hasn't been confirmed yet. As for the LG V30, the only rumor about it is that it may no longer have a secondary screen.
The HTC 11 is yet another phone that's expected to be launched in MWC 2017. As for the specs, this phone is expected to come with a powerful Snapdragon 835 processor, as per PC Advisor. Needless to say, the HTC 10 did quite impress so hopefully the HTC 11 will do the same.
The OnePlus 4 is still expected to be a flagship-killing phone just like its predecessors. It could come with the powerful Snapdragon 835 and a RAM size of up to 8 GB. Hopefully, though, OnePlus would still keep the low price that the OnePlus series has been loved for.
Google Pixel Phones 2017
Google has just released the Pixel and Pixel XL phones so as of now, there still aren't many news about the company's 2017 release. Nevertheless, Google is still expected to refresh their smartphone line in 2017. Hopefully, though, they can create something that can strongly compete with the mainstream smartphone brands.
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