5 most anticipated smartphones of 2014

2014 is a little more at halfway, but fact remains that several models of smartphones are expected by the end of the year.



galaxyf(5) Samsung Galaxy F

Samsung is expected to launch two new flagship smartphones later this year, which will be called the Samsung Galaxy F.

Its design should be very similar to that of the current Galaxy S5, but with one big difference: the back will be made of brushed metal, such as the HTC One M8.

For years, critics have criticized the South Korean company for the creation of their smartphones using a "plastic cheap", rather than premium as the metal or glass materials.

Rumors suggest that it will be delivered with a screen 5.3 inches Super AMOLED quad-HD with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. Inspired by the S5, it will be water resistant to water and dust and will be equipped with the new fingerprint scanner.

Released - September


motox1(4) moto X + 1

It talks a lot about Moto X + 1 will be a model evolved from the popular Moto X. The specifications of the handset has been disclosed yesterday by the Brazilian website "The Logos Bookstore."

According to the leak, the X + 1 will have a screen 0.5 inch larger than its predecessor which measures 5.2 "and will have a resolution of 1080 x 1920. It should be equipped with a 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and 2 GB of RAM.

He should have 32 GB of internal storage with the possibility of extending up to 128 GB via microSD port. Cameras revolutionize anything with a 12MP sensor and 5MP at the front. X + 1 will also come with Android 4.4.4.

Release - August


note4(3) Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The second flagship of Samsung smartphone to be launched in 2014 will be the "phablet" Galaxy Note 4.

The fourth generation of the Note should have a huge 5.7-inch screen with two options to choose. Future buyers have the opportunity to purchase a version with a flat amoled or AMOLED screen curved according to their own preferences.

If the rumors prove true, the Note 4 Galaxy will be the most powerful smartphone ever produced. Several rumors point to a Snapdragon 805 SoC processor with four cores running at 2 GHz, a 420 and more than 3 GB RAM Adreno GPU.

As for the camera, he should expect a slight improvement from the Galaxy Note 3 with a sensor of 16MP ISOCELL, as seen in the S5.

Released - September


nexus6(2) Google Nexus 6

After Google has revealed that contrary to popular belief they would continue to produce smartphones Nexus, the rumors have been commonplace on the Nexus 6.

With the rumors of the Nexus 6, it could provide strong competition to the Galaxy Note 4 to Samsung for the title of the most powerful smartphone on the market. A Taiwan newspaper believes that it could feature an Octo-core processor SoC of 2.0 GHz with 3 GB of RAM.

Rumours also suggest that the Nexus 6 would be equipped with a screen of 5.5 inches and a fingerprint scanner.

The battery should also see a significant improvement with the Nexus 6 versus Nexus 5, which has been strongly criticized for the duration of battery life.

Released - November

iphone6(1) Apple iPhone 6

Every iPhone that comes with a new number is often considered the most exciting smartphone of the year, and this one is no different.

It is guaranteed that Apple will completely redo the look of the iPhone with iPhone 6. We have seen various leaks of images that show a much larger smartphone with him back all aluminum curved. A sapphire glass screen is also provided in two new sizes of 4.7-inch and 5.5 inch.

The inside of the appliance will be an A8 20 nanometers with still only 1 GB RAM chip, which is the same amount currently in the A7 of the 5s iPhone chip.

According to rumors the only improvement of the camera in the iPhone 6 will be the introduction of the optical image stabilization, which creates images and videos clearer and more precise.

The storage capacity is always a let down at Apple and it should be the same with 16 GB to 64 GB models, without the possibility to add.

It will be preinstalled with the iOS operating system 8, which includes improvements in messaging, interactive notifications, and better integration with other Apple devices.

Released - September / October