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The best Android smartphones you can buy in 2018 – 2019: While some of these phones may be very expensive, others are cheap and of good quality. Below are the mobile devices that will shake the planet come 2018. As of now, full specifications are yet to be  displayed.

Are you planning to buy phone(s) come 2018? Are you a phone freak person? Or you want to change or buy for some one? Here are some of the best and good quality phones worthy of that cash in your pocket.

Nokia 9


  1.          Nokia 9 and it’s said to be more premium than the recently-announced Nokia 8

  2.      The display adopt curved edges with an 18:9 aspect

  3.      It is waterproofed  and has metal body

  4.      Nokia 8 has pair of 13-megapixel cameras on the rear as well as a 13-megapixel camera on       the front

  5.      It  has a dimensions of 140.9 x 72.9 x 7.5mm with the camera bump expanding it to 8.9mm

  6.      Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, 6GB RAM

  7.      64 or 128GB storage + microSD

  8.      3800mAh battery with Quick Charge

  9.      Nokia 9 will cost €749 a fair jump up from the €599 price of the Nokia 8.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+


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  1. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is thought to be coming in two sizes once again and sticking with the Infinity Display. 

  2. Having seen the debut of Samsung’s dual camera on the Note 8, we’re also expecting to see these zoom skills coming to the S9 too.

  3. Huge design changes not expected from S8 and S8+, apart from rear

  4. Fingerprint sensor built into display reported and disputed

  5. Screen sizes reported to remain same as S8 and S8+

  6. Infinity display expected again

  7. Super AMOLED panel and Mobile HDR Premium both likely

  8. Android O with TouchWiz expected

  9. Bixby voice assistant likely 

  10. Rumors are a little light on the ground, but there’s already chatter that it will be running Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and we’d be expecting to see it launch around April 2018.

Next Sony Xperia

Sony churns phones more often you we have hot meals. Having announced the Xperia XZ1, XZ1 Compact and XA1, new then appeared suggesting that Sony wants to change its smartphone design.

That’s big news, because we’ve essentially had the same Omni Balance design in Sony Xperia phones since the Xperia Z.

There’s no word on what we might see or when we might see it, but it’s safe to suggest that MWC 2018 would be a likely venue, although Sony has also used CES to launch devices in the past. Either way, expect to see something early in 2018.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Nevertheless the Note 8 has barely gone on sale, but Samsung is already talking about the Note 9. In an interview, the development team confirmed that they’d moved straight into planning for the next Note model, including working on enhancing notable features, like the S Pen.

So there are no firm details at the moment, but we’d expect Samsung to be unveiling the Galaxy Note 9 in late August 2018, with more enhanced S Pen features.

Apple iPhone 9

Meanwhile the iPhone X is a celebration of 10-years of iPhone. It’s also super-premium and expansive. But Apple has confirmed that this phone lays the foundations for the next 10 years of the iPhone and we suspect that the 2018 iPhone update will take a lot from the iPhone X.

There’s currently no knowing what Apple will call the new iPhone, but we suspect it will move from stainless steel back to aluminium to bring the price down, while retaining that 19:9 display and using Face ID rather than Touch ID in a home button.

We expect Apple to offer a couple of sizes in this design, making some differentiation between the two as it does with the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus currently. At the moment, however, there’s no evidence to say exactly what might happen

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HTC has added the HTC U11+ to its 2018 line-up, shifting to an 18:9 display and boosting a number of areas of this phone. It comes at a strange time, and feels like the foundation for the 2018 flagship.

Nevertheless we wouldn’t be surprised to see a similar device on new hardware with a couple of additional features launching in April 2018.

However rumours are light on the ground at the moment (including the name), but HTC has come forward and said that it will be making a return to dual cameras in 2018.

HTC was the first to put two cameras on the back of its phone in the HTC One M8, and we can’t help feeling this is a bid to compete on the spec sheet with rivals like LG and Huawei.

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