There’s no shortage of choices when it comes to Android phones. But if you’re looking for the latest and greatest, you might be wondering when the new crop of Android phones will be hitting store shelves. We’ve got the scoop on a few of the most anticipated upcoming Android phones, so you can start planning your upgrade. Read on for everything you need to know about the release date, specs, and features for the new Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, and more.
When are the new android phones coming out
The new Android phones are said to be coming out in the fall of 2023. However, there is no specific date has been announced yet. Many people are eagerly awaiting the release of the new Android phones, as they are curious to see what new features and improvements will be included. The wait for the new Android phones may be a long one, but it will definitely be worth it in the end.
What are the new features of the phone?
There are many new features of phones that are coming out. The most notable ones include:
-A better camera. The new phone has a 16 MP rear camera and an 8 MP front camera.
-A longer battery life. The new phone has a 3000 mAh battery, which is 20% larger than the previous model’s 2500 mAh battery.
-A faster processor. The new phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, which is 30% faster than the previous model’s Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor.
-A higher screen resolution. The new phone has a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, which is 50% higher than the previous model’s 1280 x 720 pixel resolution.
When is the best time to buy a new phone?
The answer to this question depends on a few factors. First, you need to consider your budget. How much can you afford to spend on a new phone? If you have a limited budget, you may want to wait until a new model is released so you can get a cheaper price on the older model. Second, you need to think about your needs. Are you looking for a specific feature or do you just want the latest and greatest phone? If you need a specific feature, it may be worth waiting for a new model that has that feature. Finally, you need to keep an eye on the release schedule of new phones. Some manufacturers release new models more often than others. If you want the newest phone as soon as possible, pay attention to when new models are scheduled to be released.
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How often should you upgrade your phone?
When it comes to upgrading your phone, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. The frequency with which you upgrade will depend on a number of factors, including your budget, how often you use your phone, and your personal preferences.
If you’re someone who uses their phone constantly and relies on it for work or other important tasks, then you’ll probably want to upgrade more frequently. On the other hand, if you’re someone who only uses their phone for basic tasks like making calls and sending texts, then you can afford to upgrade less often.
It’s also worth considering your budget when deciding how often to upgrade your phone. If you can’t afford to buy a new phone every year, then you’ll need to space out your upgrades accordingly.
Ultimately, the decision of how often to upgrade your phone is up to you. Consider all of the factors involved before making a decision that’s right for you.
The new Android Phones coming out a list in 2023
- Google Pixel Fold
- Huawei Mate X3
- OnePlus 11 Pro
- Oppo Find X6 Pro
- Samsung Galaxy S23 series
- Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro
- iPhone 15 and 15 Pro
- Google Pixel 7a
- Google Pixel G10/Pixel 7 Ultra
- Motorola Razr(s) 2023
1. Google Pixel Fold
Rumors of the folding Google Pixel have been around since 2019, and the company still hasn’t launched one even confirmed that there’s a release any time in the near future. The most recent news on the device suggests Google isn’t happy with it and has delayed its launch. It is expected to be a book-style foldable like the Galaxy Z Fold 4.
2. Huawei Mate X3
Having already launched the outward-folding Mate XS 2 in the summer of 2022, it’s been claimed the company will launch the inward-folding Mate X3 next. December 2022 has been slated as the timeframe to look out for, but the company hasn’t officially confirmed it. However, it’s expected to be slimmer and more durable than its predecessor.
3. OnePlus 11 Pro
The OnePlus is going for a major redesign on its OnePlus 11 Pro, or at least that’s what the leaks and rumors have suggested so far. It looks as though the camera unit will resemble a giant circle on the rear of the phone, rather than the square module on the current phones. It’s expected to feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 16GB, and a 5000mAh battery with 100W charging. Rumors suggest it will launch in the first quarter of 2023.
4. Oppo Find X6 Pro
The Oppo Find X6 Pro is going to be one of the first phones running the Snapdragon 8 gen 1 platform and is likely to appear either at the end of 2022 or the very beginning of 2023. Leaked renders show a radical redesign with a prominent circular camera housing right in the middle of the phone’s rear, complete with four new matte pastel colors.
5. Samsung Galaxy S23 series
Not expected until the early part of 2023, the Galaxy S23 will be Samsung’s flagship series for next year. Not a huge amount has been said about the phones so far, except to say Samsung is claimed to be ditching its own Exynos processors and will use Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC exclusively in every market. It’s also been rumored we’ll get even better night photography. If it follows previous years, Samsung will launch these phones in January/February of 2023.
6. Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro
7. iPhone 15 range
Despite iPhone 14 still being a new device, rumors about the next generation have already started. Apple has already confirmed the move from Lightning to USB-C, while other rumors speculate that Apple will move from physical buttons to solid-state/haptic buttons. The next models will almost certainly land in September/October 2023.
8. Pixel G10/Pixel 7 Ultra
Following rumors of the Pixel 7a series, another unannounced Pixel device broke cover. The Pixel G10 has been discovered, but it seems no one really knows what it is. It’s supposed to feature a large 6.7-inch QuadHD display – like the Pixel 7 Pro – and it could be the Pixel 7 Ultra, but we’re unsure on this one.
Google Pixel 7 Pro may come with Samsung S6E3HC4 panel Google Pixel 7 Pro will reportedly not feature the same display panel used in its predecessor, the Pixel 6 Pro. Rumours suggest that the Pixel 7 Pro could be equipped with Samsung’s new S6E3HC4 panel. This new panel is said to have the same 1,440×3,120 pixels resolution that is offered by the Samsung S6E3HC3 panel used in the Pixel 6 Pro. However, the recently surfaced Android 13 beta source code suggests that the new display will be brighter than its predecessor.
9. Google Pixel 7a ‘family’
In something of a surprising move, Amazon offered up pre-registration for the ‘Google Pixel 7a family’ almost as soon as the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro were launched. This suggests a couple of things. First, that Amazon already knows the cheaper Pixel is in the works, and second, there could be more than one series phone this year. Could we see a smaller 7a and a larger 7a ‘plus‘, perhaps?
10. Motorola Razr(s) 2023
It’s been claimed that Motorola could launch two Razr phone models in 2023, following the Razr 2022 from this year. Exactly what those two phones will look like and their feature is yet to be seen. We can safely assume one of them will be similar to the current clamshell, but could the second one be a larger-screened foldable like the Galaxy Z Fold, or will Motorola build something using its rollable prototype display?
11. Moto X40
Motorola’s X30 (Edge 30 internationally) range has been launching in drips and drabs throughout the year, but Motorola is now looking towards the next generation. Lenovo Group General Manager is already sharing details about the X40 on social media, and it’ll be one of the first phones with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processors.
12. Oppo Find N2
Oppo’s Find N is one of our favorite foldable launched so far, or it would be if it was available outside China. It’s an excellent, compact book-style folding phone, and it’s claimed Oppo is preparing to launch a follow-up in the near future. It’s claimed to feature the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, as well as offer a model with a vegan leather back and run Android 13-based ColorOS 13.
We hope this article has helped shed some light on when the new Android phones are coming out. While we don’t have an exact date yet, it’s safe to say that they should be released sometime in late 2023. In the meantime, we’ll just have to wait patiently and keep our eyes peeled for any new information that comes out about these much-anticipated devices.