Our Top 3 Most Anticipated Android Smartphones Of 2015
These 3 phones are sure to titillate and astound.
This year was a great year for Android smartphones. We've seen awesome devices like the Nexus 6, HTC One M8, LG G3, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and tons others. As the year draws to a close we look forward to 2015 and wonder what great new features we'll see in cellphones. All the major brands are due for flagship refreshes soon and we're on pin and needles to see what they have in store for us next.
Although there aren't a ton of details available yet for many of these phones, it can be assured that due to the success of their predecessors that they will make it out sometime next year. Although some of this may be rumor and conjectures, we've done our best to provide solid information. With that said, we want to share with you our top 3 most anticipated phones of 2015.
[NOTE: The following images are artist mockups and not indicative of the final products.]
The LG G3 was an absolutely fantastic phone and it only stands to reason that the G4 will be even better. Rumor has it that the G4 may use LG's proprietary "Neo Edge" technology to make the bezels the thickness of a credit card making the front of the phone truly all screen. It is also expected to have the new 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor and will probably ship with a QHD screen.
HTC One M9
HTC has really come back with their One series and we hope to see more of the same with the HTC One M9 (or whatever HTC decides to brand it as.) Rumor has it that it will keep much of the same design ascetic and most of the changes will center on a thinner body and updated specs. That's just fine with us as the M8 hit all the right buttons as far as current smartphone design is concerned and it would not be in HTC's best interest to mess to much with a good thing.
Samsung Galaxy S6
The Samsung Galaxy S5 wasn't the most popular in the long running line of Samsung flagship phones, so we're excited to see what Samsung has in store to rectify the complaints associated with the S5. Consumers can expect to see a move away from the plasticky, pleather materials used in previous models and a move towards a sleeker, most elegant chassis as well as the standard update of specs.