Rapid growth in modern technology is a proof that the world really goes high-tech each day. Apparently, people can’t help but to wait for the latest trends that keep on coming and affect daily living.
In recent times, cellphone has become one of the necessities that help humans fulfill activities or even survive a day. But using this gadget always comes with a surprise. This is because tech firms selling electronic products strive to improve the current models. Further, phone brands seem like mushrooms that continue to exist and come out to meet the growing demand of people. As a result, both aficionados and regular Joes are all left waiting for new products and shocked upon seeing their specs.
Are you one of the many techy people who are eager to see the latest phone models this 2015?
There is a stiff race among electronics companies and phone makers. In a pursuit to dominate the market, these firms launch new phones at least once each year.
Here’s a list of what you can expect to see now or in the coming weeks or months:
- Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge
These models were unveiled on March 1st and are set to be released on selected countries on April 10th. These sister phones have many similar specs with only a bit difference on battery, weight, and color of unit. Both do not have memory card slot.
- HTC One M9
This third-generation One model has similarities with One M8 but it features a much narrower and thicker frame. It runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop and boasts its 20-megapixel rear camera.
While these two manufacturers announced the phone’s official release in the market, some others remain mum leaving aficionados speculating about their latest offers.
Below are other phone models we all expect to see before 2015 ends:
- Microsoft Lumia 940
- Apple’s iPhone 6S / 7
- Sony Xperia Z4
- LG G4
- Samsung Galaxy A7
- Nexus 7
- Huawei Ascend P8
- Asus ZenFone 2
- Google “Project Ara”
- Moto X+2
- Xiaomi Mi Note
Which one attracts you the most? Which one best suits your lifestyle?
(Note: The writer does not aim to preempt any impending release of these phone models nor promote these brands. The second list is a consolidation of predictions and rumors among phone fanatics across the Net, thus, these may or may not be released in the market and the name model may change.)