October is going to be one of the most happening months for mobile enthusiasts because we’re expecting many new top-tier phones to launch. A couple of years back, March used to be filled to the brim with launches at MWC Barcelona and all the big names tried to take down one another.

Samsung’s S-series has established itself as a leader and all OEMs are now focusing on improving their product and launching it at the end of the year. This way, they have an edge in analysing the market trend as well as the following holiday season helps in boosting sales. This year, the hype has been more about price sensitive phones like the POCO F1, Mi A2, Vivo X21, and the Nokia 7 Plus.

 

Now, we are looking forward to seeing the flagship phones from makers like Google, OnePlus, LG, Nokia, and Razer.

 

  1. Google Pixel 3: 

 

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 There aren’t too many secrets left to share about Google’s upcoming Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones. Both devices have been leaked left and right, so we know the smaller Pixel 3 will have a notch-less screen, while the larger Pixel 3 XL will have a notch on top.

 The Pixel 3 is expected to have a single rear camera, while the front has a dual camera setup. The Pixel 3 XL will also have a similar setup and the duo will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC, 4GB RAM, and 128GB storage. Google has started teasing or trolling, depends on your perspective, and things will go official on October 9.

 

  1. OnePlus 6T: 

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Continuing the same launch timeline, OnePlus has confirmed it will be launching the 6T by the third week of October. While the ‘T’ series phones from the company are supposed to have minor upgrades over the May flagship, rumours, and reports suggest OnePlus has some interesting new things coming up.

This includes a much smaller water droplet style notch on the top, an in-display fingerprint scanner, and maybe, a triple camera setup on the back.

These additions are sure to offend quite a lot of OnePlus 6 buyers, not just because a new and better flagship has been launched within 6 months, but because they are also removing the 3.5mm headphone jack. Yes, OnePlus intends to go the Apple way.

 

  1. The Mystery 4X Samsung: 

(c) Samsung

 Honestly, this is the phone I’m personally most excited about. The core reason being, Samsung has managed to keep the lid on, and everything we’ve heard about it so far is extremely unreliable. This is how phone launches are actually supposed to be, exciting, not leaked multiple times again and again. 

 As far as the details are concerned, we are guessing it’ll have a 4-camera setup on the rear. A much bigger guess can be a foldable phone, but that’s a very big if. Samsung will be making everything official on October 11.

  1. Razer Phone 2: 

(c) Twitter

Razer too has scheduled a launch, nicely fitting between Google and Samsung. We know the new phone will be focused on gaming, (obviously!) and will also have a dual camera setup on the rear. Leaked renders of the phone suggest it will have sharp edges and slim bezels too.

 The Razer logo on the back will be glowing, and the phone will have a 6-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. We are also pretty sure the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC and will be backed by a 4500mAh battery. The phone will be launched on October 10.

  1. Huawei Mate 20: 

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The Mate series is typically the larger version of Huawei’s flagship smartphone ranges, and this year’s Mate 20 will feature the new Kirin 980 platform and make its debut on 16 October at an event in London. The Mate 20 series will continue with the premium design found on the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, though it is likely to adopt waterproofing and the notch design of the P20 and P20 Pro.

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