The year is nearly out of days, and 2020 is almost here. While that brings about a lot of exciting things for everyone, it holds a lot of excitement, particularly for tech enthusiasts. The first quarter of the year – January to March – is a major smartphone launch season where several major brands (except for Apple and Google) launch or announce their upcoming devices. This year is no different as we already have confirmations and rumours about quite a few exciting smartphones. Here are some of the best smartphones to be launched in the next few months.

Samsung Galaxy S11 Series, S10 Lite

This list cannot start without the Galaxy series on the top. Samsung has consistently launched the flagship range at the beginning of every year. While the Galaxy S11 series is set to be launched on 18 February according to reliable sources, the new Lite range will see its debut in January with the S10 Lite.

Realme X50

Realme’s first smartphone with 5G will debut on January 7, 2020, according to official images. Along with the new Snapdragon 865 or 765, you should expect the usual fast charging support and 64MP rear cameras.

Redmi K30, K30 Pro

Redmi’s K series has been quite popular with its K20 launch. While the K30 has already been launched in China, it could make its way to India in January 2020. Additionally, the K30 Pro could be launched in March 2020, according to rumours. While the K30 packs a 730 G, the Pro version should come with a Snapdragon 865.

Oppo Find X2

One of the most exciting things about Oppo’s upcoming Find X2 could be the rumoured 50W wireless fast charging, which would make it much faster than many wired charging options. Additionally, it will be a 5G smartphone with the Snapdragon 865.

Oppo Find X from earlier this year


Huawei P40

The latest series from Huawei could launch in March 2020 and bring with it impressive features like a 120Hz refresh rate on a 6.57-inch 2K resolution display. The company has also stated that the smartphone will be the first to have a 10x optical zoom camera.

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