Don’t caring many about a new iPhones? Good. There are a ton of new Android phones entrance out this October, and some are earnest to be a distant some-more engaging than Apple’s softly upgraded flagships.
First, on Oct 3, LG will launch a triple-rear-camera V40 flagship. Six days later, we’ll get new Pixel phones from Google. Razer is expected about to launch a gaming-related phone usually one day later, on Oct 10. And afterwards Samsung has a puzzling Galaxy eventuality on Oct. 11.
And Huawei will launch a Mate 20 flagship on Oct. 16 — expected a second triple-rear-camera phone to be launched in a month.
That’s already an considerable lineup, yet it’s utterly probable that we’ll see a few some-more cold phones in October. Let’s puncture into a details.
October 3: LG V40
LG’s smartphone multiplication hasn’t done income in years, but, starting with a LG G6 and a LG V30, it’s been producing phones that are indeed flattering great.
With a LG V40, a association competence also have a world’s initial on a hands. In a promotional materials, LG strongly hinted that a phone will have a triple behind camera. Rumors contend it will also have a twin selfie camera, and while we’ve seen both facilities on phones before, no vital manufacturer has had both on a same device.
The dual-camera systems on prior LG phones have been flattering good, so there’s reason to trust that a LG V40 will be a phone with a best cameras to come out this year.
Specs-wise, a LG V40 is rumored to have an OLED display, a Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB of RAM, and adult to 128GB of storage. Google’s Android 9 Pie will expected be on board, and LG’s ThinQ tech will raise a phone’s camera and other facilities with a assistance of AI.
October 9: Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL
There aren’t too many secrets left to share about Google’s arriving Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones. Both inclination have been leaked left and right, so we know a smaller Pixel 3 will have a notchless screen, while a incomparable Pixel 3 XL will have a nick on tip (both will have a large chin and Google’s standard two-tone pattern on a back).
The 5.5-inch (or thereabouts) Pixel 3 will expected have a singular behind camera and twin selfie cameras, as good as a 2,915mAh camera. The Pixel 3 XL will expected have a 6.2-inch shade and a identical camera setup (one on a back, dual on a front). Both phones are expected to competition a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage.
Also, over a weekend, Google launched a teaser website that indicates a phone will come in 3 colors: Black, white, and packet green.
The many engaging aspect of Pixel phones is never hardware, yet — it’s software. Android is Google’s playground, and a association mostly introduces totally new facilities together on a Pixel devices. Expect surprises, generally in a camera department.
October 10: Razer phone
Razer has bravely squeezed a eventuality between Google and Samsung events, yet given how bustling Oct is, a association didn’t have many of a choice.
We know subsequent to zero about what Razer’s about to unveil, yet a entice content — “Flagship // Gaming” — does prove that we’re about to see a followup to final year’s gaming-oriented Razer Phone. Expect comprehensive hardware, well-developed gaming performance, and… maybe a improved camera?
October 11: Samsung’s poser Galaxy device
This one is even some-more of a poser than a Razer device; in fact, we don’t unequivocally know it’s a phone. The Note 9 came small months ago, and it’s approach too early for a Galaxy S device, that are typically denounced in March.
Announced with a tagline “4X fun,” a eventuality could move us a long-awaited, oft-rumored foldable Samsung phone, yet that’s a large “if,” given that a company’s CEO of mobile, DJ Koh, recently had a lot to say about such a device, that could be denounced sincerely soon.
It’s equally as probable that Samsung will be phenomenon some arrange of laptop, yet given a Galaxy code has strongly been tied to phones and tablets, we’re banking on a mobile device.
October 16: Huawei Mate 20
Despite all a large names on a list above, Huawei’s arriving Mate 20 competence spin out to be a many engaging Oct launch. The association has been slowly, usually building towards this moment, any of a flagships significantly improved than a final one. Its P20 Pro was a initial triple-rear-camera phone on a market, and it’s still among a best.
The Mate 20 will expected have a polished chronicle of that camera, and it will also have Huawei’s new Kirin 980 chipset that a association claims is better than a Snapdragon 845 in a innumerable ways. The rest of a specs will expected be really strong: A 6.3-inch AMOLED screen, a 4,200mAh battery, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and wireless charging are rumored. And Huawei typically launches some-more than one season of a flagships; a Mate 20 Lite is already out, yet we might also see a some-more comprehensive “Pro” and “Porsche Edition” variants.
The maybes: OnePlus 6T, Asus ROG Phone, RED Hydrogen One
Amazingly, a list expected won’t stop there. Several some-more phones are scheduled for (or have been deferred into) a fall, so they’ll substantially launch possibly in Oct or November.
The biggest name on a list is OnePlus, whose 6T flagship is a rarely expected inheritor to a OnePlus 6, mostly crowned a aristocrat of affordable Android phones. Rumors say it’ll have a 6.4-inch OLED shade with a built-in fingerprint sensor, a Snapdragon 845 chip, 6/8GB of RAM, and 64/128/256GB of storage (unfortunately, it substantially won’t have a headphone jack).
As for that launch date, a OnePlus 5T came out in November, so it’s satisfactory to assume a 6T will follow in a footsteps. However, there have been so many leaks, teasers, and announcements associated to this phone that we wouldn’t be too astounded to see it a small progressing this year.
We know most of a details about Asus’ gaming-oriented ROG Phone — it’s an comprehensive savage with a lot of engaging tweaks and facilities directed to raise your mobile gaming experience. What we don’t know is accurate date of accessibility or a price, yet there’s a satisfactory luck that we get them in October.
Finally, there’s a RED Hydrogen One phone. Coming from RED, a association famous for a high-end cameras, it will be rather of an peculiar beast, with a unique, “holographic” screen, (likely) a top-notch camera and aging specs. The phone is already really late to a market, so RED will be struggling to recover it as shortly as possible. The phone indeed has a Nov. 2 launch date, yet that’s usually for a conduit variant; pre-orders should be shipping on Oct. 9. Why are we putting this one down as a “maybe,” then? Well, it’s been behind so many that we won’t trust it until we see it.