Phone Releases of 2017

Phone Releases of 2017
Authored By Diana Cox 0 Comment(s)

The start of the year is always an exciting time; resolutions are fully underway, the next season of our favourite TV show is just around the corner, and we get to find out what mobile phone releases to expect within the coming months!

If you're due an upgrade, don't do it just yet! In 2017, there are some real treats in store for both Android and iPhone lovers, so let's take a look...

Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus

We, of course, couldn't talk about new phone releases without mentioning the much-anticipated iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. 

What we know so far:

Release date - September 2017 (Apple's 10th Anniversary).
Features - wireless charging, facial and/or iris recognition, and much more. 
Changes - no home button (touch screen instead).

HTC 11

In the past, HTC has launched new phones at MWC in, skipping it in 2016. We expect the HTC 10's successor to be unveiled at MWC this year.

What we know so far:

Release date - it's rumoured to be unveiled in February and available from March. 
Features -  faster processor than previous models, and more RAM.
Changes - longer battery life and faster charging (hopefully).


It's rumoured that LG will be getting rid of the common modular appearance - we can't wait to see!

What we know so far:

Release date - unveiled in February and due to be available for sale in March.
Features - iris scanner.
Changes - a new, sleeker design, and improved camera. 

Samsung Galaxy S8

The best has been saved until last (for the android lovers in particular!). We just can't wait to see what the next flagship beholds!

What we know so far:

Release date - February or March of 2017.
Features - A 4K screen and SD830 chip
Changes - while very little has been revealed, there have been many rumours stating that the S8 will feature some new design change - Oooh!

Whatever handset you're looking to get your hands on this year, keep your ear to the floor as more rumours begin to emerge!



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