Smartphones have been dominating the mobile market from the past few years. Their versatile features like high-speed Internet browsing, accessing personal e-mail on the move, capability of playing 'high-definition videos and 3D games' and their ability to sync smoothly with other 'smart devices and computers' are making them more and more popular among working professionals and youngsters.Several big players like Samsung, Apple, LG or Nokia are regularly releasing their own innovative models and this gives the users a robust collection to select from. The smartphone OS is also getting updated very fast which makes more and more features being introduced into it. Let's have a quick look into the most anticipated smartphones that are yet to be released in 2013.
The iPhone 5s is the much-speculated next version of the highly successful iPhone 5. Just three after the release of the iPhone 5 in the United States, rumours have been circulating on the Web that Apple is already working on their next smartphone named iPhone 6. Most probably, it may feature the same design and sleekness of its predecessor. The improvements could be in the processor and RAM speeds. The new device may come with a minimum processing speed of 1.5 GHz. The rear camera's resolution can be 13 mega pixels which became the industry standard in 2013. The phone's OS will be IOS 7 which is expected to give a user interface that is incredible. Apple will surely release this innovative product to seize back its share in the high-end smartphone segment from Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy Note III:
After celebrating the success of the Galaxy S4, Samsung is rumoured to release their new product in the 'phablet' segment named Galaxy Note III. It is a successor of the widely popular Galaxy Note II. The Note III is expected to prove Samsung's monopoly in the 'phablet' segment just like how the Note II did. The new device is expected to be powered by a 2 GHz quad-core processor and 1.5 or 2 GB RAM. It can sport a 6-inches touch screen and a better battery life than the Note II. The OS could be the latest version of the Android Jelly Bean.
Google Nexus 5:
Hailed as the most-loved smartphones by Google's fans, the Nexus series of phones have carved a niche for itself in the market. Google's new instalment, the Nexus 5 is supposed to be released in a few months. It can come with a 1.5 GHz quad core processor and 1 GB RAM. Its camera can be with 13 MP resolution. As Google reserves its latest Android version to its own devices, the Nexus will most probably come with Android Key Lime Pie 5.0 as the operating system. This gadget is expected to sport a much appealing design than its previous versions of the Nexus phones.
Nokia Lumia Catwalk:
The Lumia Catwalk is the successor of Lumia 920. As the name suggests, Nokia is trying to make the Lumia 920 lighter and thinner and release it as a new version. The hardware could be same as the previous version due to the restraints put on it by Microsoft's Windows Phone OS. If there will be a release of a latest version of Windows Phone OS, then this device will surely come with it.
Motorola X Phone:
The Motorola X Phone is expected to be released by Google in the second half of this year. Just like the Nexus 5, it can come with the Key Lime Pie OS. The processor can be 1.7 GHZ quad core coupled with a 1 or 1.5 GHz RAM. However, just like other Motorola smartphones, this gadget is expected to come with stunning design and a 1080p display.