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the most anticipated releases for this 2022

the most anticipated releases for this 2022

At the beginning of each year, technology companies begin to give clues about their launches. The ‘smartphones’ are one of the products preferred by consumers and incorporate new technologies every year. Those are some of the devices that will be seen this year.

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The technology portal ‘Pocket Lint’ ensures that this is one of the most anticipated releases. Despite this, this iPhone should include a new design, since the previous copies It is already 2 years old. It is expected to eliminate the popular ‘notch’ and include a fingerprint reader on the screen.

iPhone SE Plus (Apple)

After the new iPhone SE 2020 was announced, rumors began to circulate about another model of that much larger reference. It is said that this device would take the body of an iPhone 8 Plus. This would be a good economic option since the iPhone 12 mini, the lowest in the categories, is not cheap at all.

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Galaxy S22

This year a launch of multiple devices of the Samsung family is expected. According to the portal, the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra would be launched in February of this year. The cameras would go from 50 to 108 megapixels.

Huawei Mate 50 Pro

Huawei’s new device would be the brand’s largest, incorporating a 7,000 milliamp battery and a 6.8-inch screen. Rumors point to a possible launch for March this year, according to ‘Pocket Lint’.

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nokia x50

This ‘smartphone’ would be the successor to the Nokia 9 PureView and incorporates features similar to those of other releases this year, such as a 108-megapixel main camera, a 6.5-inch screen and will be able to run Snapdragon 700-series hardware.