Highly anticipated new phones for 2016
The current year has seen a vast number of great phones which will be talked about for quite some time. However, as we approach the following year, here are a few new phones for 2016 which might intrigue you.
This particular company has made some great quality smartphones during the last few years. However, their final G series has made a constant success with some high-quality devices. If they manage to keep the quality and stay on the same track, this will without a doubt be one of the best phones coming out next year. LG did not pursue the metal and glass design, and by many this could be seen as a flaw, but LG makes up with this little flaw with premium features.
Sony Xperia Z6
Sony is on the verge of releasing their sixth device within the Z series and this particular smartphone and this could be a make or break phone.
The device is based on OmniBalance principle. That means that the phone features an aluminum and glass body, it is water resistant and dust proof. The phone has not changed much over time, and they could use a refresh every now and then.
Even though the phone features a fingerprint scanner, a MicroSD card slot, and a cool design, the Z6 isn’t much superior over its predecessor. Sony needs to do something about this very quickly in order not to lose its fans. It is always good no to mess a lot regarding the design and features, but small and relevant changes are always welcome.
HTC One M10
HTC didn’t really set the world on fire, but HTC One A9 looks like a copy of iPhone. The profits of HTC are in a constant decline, and they badly need to make a big-selling smartphone. Will the new One M10 be that straw of salvation? It is hard to say, but we can always hope. Not much has been revealed about the HTC One M10, however, we hope it will address some of the issues and concerns of its predecessors.
They should think about a complete design makeover. Their new device might be something radical even, who knows, we’ll just have to wait and see. These few new phones for 2016 are all very much welcomed and we hope to see some small, but awesome changes.