10 Upcoming Smartphones of 2019

Vasu Arora

Already half of the year had gone, but it does not hold the smartphone market from flooding with new models. The pace of smartphone progress is moving so fast that there is continually something new standing forefront.

Here's the list of upcoming 10 smartphones which you can look forward to buying using the Noon coupon.

iPhone 11


Apple will launch another iPhone model this year, yet observing as how the iPhone Xs range hasn't accomplished just as anticipated, it will be intriguing to note what features Apple brings with the iPhone 11 in 2019.

A leak has proposed the smartphone will include Time of Flight cameras to help photography balancing and will bring back the Touch ID security.

Samsung Galaxy Fold


Samsung Galaxy Fold is also reported to be released before October 2019. The phone will be powered by Android 9.0 OS and will be accessible in four color choices.

The handset will likewise feature an in-built fingerprint sensor for the fundamental security purpose. The phone will accompany internal storage of 512 GB. It will further have an amazing 4380 mAh battery to support its 7.3-inch screen with a display of QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED.

Google Pixel 4 Series


The series of Google Pixel 4, which will probably comprise of the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL, is supposed to show up in the market by October. It’s expected they'll be camera-centered, much the same as their forerunners.

Additionally, they might work on the next Android version, recognized as Android Q. They are more likely to be flagship smartphones powered by the latest high-level chipset of Qualcomm — in all likelihood the Snapdragon 855.

Huawei Mate 30 Pro


Soon Huawei is set to uncover a 5G-ready Mate 30 Pro model. It is rumored that the new mobile will accompany Huawei's next-generation Kirin 990, that is assumed to enhance the organization's abilities in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) and produces an increasingly intuitive system for users.

Further, the phone is presumed to have two additional rear-facing cameras, increasing the count of lense from three to five.

Motorola Moto RAZR


The Moto RAZR name may return to existence with another Moto RAZR. Instead of merely being a retro handset, there is an assumption that this will be a folding smartphone, presumably with two displays.

Not much has been revealed, yet a Lenovo executive has affirmed that Motorola wouldn't like to get left behind in releasing its folding phone model and even demonstrated a fan video in a presentation.

Xiaomi Mi A3


Xiaomi Mi A3 is going to be a new launch by the company this year. The phone is supposed to feature a 6.40-inch touchscreen display screen, an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor, and 6GB of RAM.

The Xiaomi Mi A3 is also presumed to run Android 9.0 and feature a 3,300mAh battery with Quick Charge 4+ quick charging support.

In terms of cameras, this handset is supposed to come with triple primary camera including 48-megapixel; 13-megapixel camera and 8-megapixel camera along with the 32-megapixel front camera.

Sony Xperia 1


The Xperia 1 was reported in Barcelona at MWC 2019.

A vast 6.5-inch display with an aspect ratio of 21:9. Sony’s flagship boasts first-class specs like the 8GB of RAM, 855 chipsets, and a triple-camera feature. Officially, the smartphone is launching on 12 July - well, which is almost here.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10


Samsung has announced the release date of 7 August for its new Note phone series, that means Note 10 is just a few weeks away to be in your hands which you can buy using the Amazon coupon code.

There will reportedly be two Galaxy Note 10 versions this time around. The Note 10 that will flaunt a 6.3in screen and the Note 10 Pro slated to be extra-large with the screen size of 6.7in.

Leaks aim toward the 3.5mm earphone port and much-overlooked Bixby button being abandoned for the Note 10 models. Note 10 is supposed to feature three cameras, and Note 10 Pro features four due to the installed 3D depth-sensing camera.

Honor 20


Honor 20 was announced in Standard and Pro models.

Both have the same screen size and are identical in resolution and technology, as well as the same 32Mp front camera.

The major differences can be seen in RAM and storage specs of both versions. Other variations are that the Honor 20 possesses a depth sensor and the Pro has a 3x telephoto. Further, there’s an f/1.4 lens on the Pro version whereas an f/1.8 on the regular handset.

LG G8 ThinQ


This 2019 flagship by LG presents the Snapdragon 855 processor.

It has a conventional design with a full-screen display along with a notch. There will be some extravagant functions, for example, a time-of-flight camera, sound on display, and some attractive 'touchless' gestures.