Next year, there may be five new smartphones to wait

Next year, there may be five new smartphones to wait

In 2022, there’s already a lot to look forward to, including new budget-friendly phones from Samsung and Apple, which might debut in the first part of the year. Later this year, a large new version of the basic iPhone and a Samsung phone that might feel like a true successor to the Galaxy Note are both expected.

We’re less than a month away from the start of the new year, and several of the smartphones that came out this autumn easily made CNET’s best smartphone list. The Google Pixel 6 and Apple iPhone 13 were released in 2021 (here’s how the four new iPhone models compare), but we’re looking forward to what 2022 has in store for smartphone debuts.

Apple refreshed its $400 budget iPhone for the first time in four years in 2020, but it looks like we won’t have to wait that long for the third-generation model. The iPhone SE 3 could launch in the first half of 2022, according to a note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that MacRumors reported.

It’s expected to get 5G support and a boost in performance, thanks to the addition of Apple’s A15 Bionic chip, the same processor that powers the iPhone 13, according to Nikkei Asian Review. The current iPhone SE, by comparison, runs on Apple’s older A13 Bionic processor from the iPhone 11.

The next-generation iPhone SE might also be the first to get Face ID, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman wrote in his Power On newsletter. The 2020 iPhone SE and 2016 version both have Touch ID since they still have the physical home button. But reports are conflicted over whether the next iPhone SE will get a makeover or retain its retro look. Kuo says it will likely have a similar design that’s the same size as the current model, according to MacRumors, while the Chinese tech site MyDrivers suggests it will look more like the iPhone XR.

The second-generation iPhone SE stands out for its balance of great performance, affordability and portability. Based on the reports that have circulated so far, it sounds like Apple plans to expand on that by giving the iPhone SE some more modern features while hopefully retaining the qualities that have made it so appealing in the first place.

The News Highlights

  • Next year, there may be five new smartphones to wait
  • Check the latest Rumors updates and news.
Disclaimer: If you need to edit or update this news from compsmag then kindly contact us Learn more

For Latest News Follow us on Google News


Latest Headlines
  • Show all
  • Trending News
  • Popular By week
Ten more inmates test positive for COVID |  News
Ten more inmates test positive for COVID | News
As of Friday night, 57 incarcerated individuals are considered positive across four Vermont facilities. Statewide, 57 positive staff cases currently exist ...
Lenovo Legion Y90 gaming phone leaked, so ROG Phone users beware!
Lenovo Legion Y90 gaming phone leaked, so ROG Phone users beware!
The Legion Y90 will come equipped with a hefty 5,500 mAh battery cell (probably dual-cell design, consisting of two 2,750 mAh batteries), and the phone will ...
ICICI Bank's consolidated profit in the third quarter increased by approximately 19% to Rs 6,536 crore
ICICI Bank’s consolidated profit in the third quarter increased by approximately 19% to Rs 6,536 crore
On a standalone basis, the bank recorded a 25 per cent rise in the post-tax profit to Rs 6,194 crore for the quarter, up from Rs 4,939.59 crore in the ...
Bill aims to bring more film and media business to Indiana
Bill aims to bring more film and media business to Indiana
However, a tax credit option could incentivize productions to set up shop in Indiana. “We love Indiana, but the work is everywhere else,” said Johnson. “What ...
MicroStrategy plummets as the SEC refuses its Bitcoin accounting
MicroStrategy plummets as the SEC refuses its Bitcoin accounting
The enterprise software maker, which said in 2020 that buying and holding Bitcoin was one of its primary business strategies, used non-GAAP measures in its ...
COVID-19 vaccination does not reduce fertility for women, but men who catch COVID can, study finds
COVID-19 vaccination does not reduce fertility for women, but men who catch COVID can, study finds
However, male partners who reported they tested positive for COVID-19 appeared to be associated with “a transient reduction” in the likelihood of conception ...
Union Pacific signals COVID-19 employee crisis to pressure volumes
Union Pacific signals COVID-19 employee crisis to pressure volumes
Fritz, however, stuck to the company’s 2022 volume guidance and remains confident it will be ahead of U.S. industrial production, which is forecast to grow ...
In the Ipsos poll, Macron got 25%, Le Pen and Pecresse 15.5% each.
In the Ipsos poll, Macron got 25%, Le Pen and Pecresse 15.5% each.
Less than three months before the first round of voting on April 10, 77% of the French say they are certain or almost certain to cast a ballot, the poll ...
Southern Japan quake breaks roads and buildings, NHK reports
Southern Japan quake breaks roads and buildings, NHK reports
The quake struck at 1:08am off Japan’s southern coast at a depth of 45 kilometers (28 miles), but there were no signs that it would trigger a a tsunami, ...
Tata Motors says witnessing gradual recovery in CV segment demand
Tata Motors says witnessing gradual recovery in CV segment demand
Accordingly, the recovery was triggered on the back of increase in economic activity, which along with a robust rural economy has driven the sales of CVs. ...
Show next
We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a reply

Compsmag - Latest News In Tech and Business
Logo