2017 release All the major smartphones we’re expecting this year

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We‘ve already seen a number of great smartphones announced in 2012 including the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, LG G6, and also the Huawei P10, though there are plenty more high-end devices coming in 2012 which should go head to head using the current flagships in the marketplace. If you’re wondering which smartphones we’re expecting to discover in 2017 so when will they be available, continue reading. You’ll find all of the details regarding the Xiaomi Mi 6, OnePlus 5, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, among others down below. Note : We’ve now moved Q1’s releases towards the bottom of the post with on the job and review videos ; we’ll rotate and refresh this page in the beginning of each and every new quarter.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus

Two of the very most anticipated smartphones from the year, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, were announced with a press event on March 29 and can be hitting stores on April 21. Both devices offer a big Infinity display (5. 8 and 6. 2-inch ) that’s curved on each side and also has small bezels on the highest and also at the bottom. As there’s not enough room upon the front, Samsung moved the iconic fingerprint scanner to the rear from the devices, next towards the camera. 

The flagships also include Samsung’s own digital assistant called Bixby, and that is an alternative to Google’s Assistant. They‘re slated for a worldwide release on Friday, April 21, but you are able to already pre-order them inside the US and also a bunch of other countries. Check out the Galaxy S8 hands-on video below to find out more.


Xiaomi Mi 6 and Mi 6 Plus

The official reveal from the Xiaomi Mi 6 looks to become just all around the corner with the corporate confirming the smartphone will certainly be launched on April 19 in Beijing. However, it didn’t say anything regarding the Mi 6 Plus, so there’s an opportunity that the 2 devices won’t be announced on a single day. 

The flagships are expected to feature high-end specs and are available a couple of different variants. As with of Xiaomi’s smartphones, they‘re going to offer an excellent price-performance ratio, like the pricing is rumored to start out at just $290. If you need to discover the 2 devices, twenty-four hours a day look into the Xiaomi Mi 6 and Mi 6 Plus rumor roundup post.

ZTE Axon 8

Together with the OnePlus 3T, the ZTE Axon 7 was perhaps one of the best budget smartphones of 2016. We’re excited to discover what its successor, the Axon 8, will bring towards the table. If the corporate sticks to the standard one-year release cycle, It‘ll announce its upcoming flagship in May, with sales starting a few month later. In an effort to contend with more established brands in the marketplace, the ZTE Axon 8 will attempt to spark consumer interest with great specs and also a relatively low price.

Asus Zenfone 4, Zenfone 4 Deluxe, and Zenfone 4 Ultra

The new Zenfone 4 series of smartphones is predicted to become announced at Computex in Taiwan, which kicks off at the conclusion of May. We’re still just a little while away, so we don’t really know what to anticipate coming from the devices but leaks will emerge in due course. Like the Asus brand isn’t really that more successful inside the smartphone world, the corporate will need to innovate and take some risks if this wishes to contend with the large boys like Samsung, Huawei, among others.


HTC has already confirmed the U Ultra isn’t the only real high-end device It‘ll release in 2012. The corporate said that many of us can get a Snapdragon 835 powered HTC in 2017 — probably known as HTC U — which is predicted to become officially announced inside the second quarter. Consistent with Evan Blass, HTC will require the wraps from the smartphone in mid to late April, while sales are expected to kick off in early May. 

The newest rumors claim that perhaps one of the biggest features from the device will certainly be the sensors placed inside the sides from the phone (Edge Sense technology ). These will allow users to perform certain tasks, like launching the camera, simply by squeezing the edges from the device.


OnePlus 5

The release date of the OnePlus 5 is kind of hard to pinpoint. The OnePlus 3 was announced in June 2016, but just five months later the OnePlus 3T was unveiled. Nevertheless, our guess is that the OnePlus 5 will make an appearance at the end of the second quarter — June. As always, we expect it to feature high-end specs and an affordable price tag, which is the combination that made the company and its products famous in the first place.

You’re probably wondering what happened to the OnePlus 4, right? It looks like the upcoming OnePlus flagship will skip the number four due to its association with death in Chinese culture.

Moto Z and Moto Z Force (2017)

Last year’s Moto Z and Moto Z Force took the modular approach to the next level. Some people loved it, while others weren’t so impressed. Nevertheless, both are great devices and we are looking forward to seeing their successors this year. Not much is known about them, except that they will probably still boast a modular design that will make them different from most other smartphones on the market. Our best guess at this point is that they will be announced by the end of second quarter (June) at the latest and perhaps not surprisingly, might be known as the Moto Z2.

July – September (Q3)
Honor 9

Last year’s Honor 8 is a great device, especially when considering its price. It offers solid specs along with a glass body that is really easy on the eyes. Although we don’t know much regarding its successor, the Honor 9, we expect that the company will opt for the same strategy that made the Honor 8 successful. It should go on sale in July, assuming that the company sticks to the standard one-year release cycle, and it’ll likely have a pretty similar specs sheet to the Honor 8 Pro, just with a smaller screen and Leica branded cameras.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Despite the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung will still release a new version of its popular phablet under the Note brand  this year. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8, as it will likely be called, should be announced sometime in the summer. Probably in August, just like the last two Note smartphones, though the delay of the Galaxy S8/S8 Plus could change that, pushing it slightly later in the year.

The device will presumably look somewhat similar to the Galaxy S8 and will also feature the popular S Pen, that will hopefully come with a bunch of new tricks. Let’s just hope that the upcoming Note 8 won’t experience the same problems as the Note 7, which was recalled by the company because of the whole “exploding in your hands” issue. The Note 8 will also likely get the under-glass finger scanner and may also get dual cameras, both of which were rumored for the S8.