Octoberfest: How many Android smartphones will release next month?

September 18, 2018

Looks like October is going to be a busy year for smartphones.

Following Apple’s iPhone event last week, companies are slowly gearing up to reveal some of its upcoming Android smartphones as well. With a new Android phone being announced every week for the entirety of next month, users will have a lot to choose from if they prefer Google’s operating system.

Here is what’s scheduled to be announced next month:

LG V40 (October 3rD) – LG’s next flagship is due to be announced on ‘Mean Girls’ day. Expect improvements on the smartphone’s hardware, including the cameras and audio system. Simultaneous events in New York City and Seoul will be taking place so stay tuned.

Google Pixel 3 (October 9th) – Google’s next flagship device is now confirmed to be revealed during its ‘Made by Google’ event that will take place on the 9th of October. Online leaks about the Pixel 3 point to a similar design on both the standard and XL sizes, but expect even better camera hardware that should make it the top choice for smartphone cameras.

Razer Phone 2 (October 10th) – As reported earlier, Razer’s next-generation, gaming-centric smartphone will be announced in October. The company turned heads when it announced a smartphone solely dedicated for gaming last year, so expect various improvements on an already great hardware for the Razer Phone 2.

Samsung (October 11th) – Samsung may have already released the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 9, but it has been teasing another smartphone release on the 11th of October which is most likely its budget line of Galaxy A devices.

Huawei Mate 20 (October 16th) – London will be the main launch pad for the Huawei Mate 20 and Huawei Mate 20 Pro. The new smartphones will be the first devices running on the new Kirin 980 CPU that promises to deliver an even better performance.

OnePlus 6T (End of October) – OnePlus is also scheduled to release its updated OnePlus 6 in the form of the OnePlus 6T that will likely include big changes that include an in-display fingerprint sensor.

Any of the upcoming smartphones you are excited about? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

by Victor
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff.