Major Features We Wish To See in The Upcoming 2018 Smartphones

Daphne Planca
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In today’s market, a mixture of the two mobile operating systems, such as Android and iOS, would matter knowing that each of them has their own pros and cons. The security and privacy aspect of iOS would be nice to blend alongside the flexibility of Android. If so, the user can customize the default email app with timely updates and better notification management.

According to ZDNet, app icons can also be arranged wherever the user wants to. With the hybrid operating system, the entire iMessage experience, from apps to Apple Pay, is needed so that either log whether a FaceTime call was made or message was sent will be successful.

In terms of design, the curved screen edges like the Galaxy lineup of Samsung smartphones are not only comfortable to hold in your hand but also offer accessibility via edge notifications. Their phones also come with great brightness and saturation to clearness and color quality.

The two-tone glass back similar to the Google Pixel 2 XL is very appealing since the back is mostly covered in metal. A small section at the top is also covered in glass. However, this metal at the backside is causing an issue for wireless charging technology. Powering the phone will be the 4000 milliamp-hour battery like the Huawei Mate 10 Pro with the support of wireless charging.

In the photography department, a second rear camera to zoom out on a framed photo is more preferable than the second lens to zoom in on a subject. The photos taken in a cramped page can fit more providing a wider look of the overall view. This feature is still alive and seen in the newly released LG G7 ThinQ.

Having the notch like the current iPhone X on the upcoming smartphone can be a good compromise for space and functionality. The overall size of the display can be expanded while the phone’s footprint shrinks simultaneously. A USB-C cable is still better compared to another cable to charge or sync a phone because of more options to get connected to many devices.

So, what do you think of having these features in the upcoming smartphones? Let us know by writing your thoughts in the comment section below.

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