The Best Upcoming 2022 Phones

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The year 2022 is shaping up to be a banner year for smartphones. The big brands and upstarts of the mobile industry have a lot to offer, from budget blowers to folding phones to flagship smartphones. In this blog – cheap mobile phones in Singapore – we’ve gathered the confirmed releases, likely launches, and rumoured disclosures to tell you exactly which smartphones you can expect to see in 2022.

 

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is the most powerful smartphone announced so far in 2022.


Following the success of the Galaxy S20 FE – or ‘Fan Edition’ – from last year, the Galaxy S21 FE straddles a finer line between inexpensive flagship and mid-range wingman to the full-fat Samsung Galaxy S21. It has the same 5nm processor, 120Hz frame rates, and 12MP main camera as the flagship handset, but costs £70 ($100) cheaper for the 128GB version at £699 ($699).


Galaxy S22 Series by Samsung

 

Samsung’s latest top smartphone lineup includes three models: the basic Galaxy S22, the bigger Galaxy S22 Plus, and the flagship Galaxy S22 Ultra, all of which differ in terms of specs, design, and pricing. The S22 and Plus follow in the footsteps of the S21 from last year, while the S22 Ultra, which comes with S Pen compatibility, takes over the phablet banner from the now-defunct Note series.

 

  • Xiaomi 12: The new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor is here, ready to power the next wave of Android flagships. And the Xiaomi 12 could be one of the first phones to use the new technology right out of the box. Even if its software wasn’t the most sophisticated, the Xiaomi Mi 11 combined a flagship spec sheet with a premium appearance at a reasonable price. If the Xiaomi 12 follows suit, it might be one of the best-value handsets of 2022. Xiaomi 12 is expected to hit the market in the first few months of 2022. There are numerous rumours about the upcoming smartphone, ranging from 200MP main cameras to selfie cameras hidden beneath the display. The more probable expectation is that the Xiaomi 12 will outperform its predecessor by increasing performance, improving camera quality, and maintaining a similar appearance. All of these should make it a fantastic phone, assuming the MIUI 13 interface isn’t too clumsy.

     

  • Realme GT 2 Pro: The GT 2 Pro is billed as Realme’s “first and most luxurious flagship,” and it will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. Realme devices have previously given top-notch performance at lower rates than the big-name blower brands, but they’ve always done so by cutting a few shortcuts. Realme is planning to debut an “ultra-premium flagship” in 2022, signalling a shift in strategy. According to early sources, the GT 2 Pro would include 125W fast charging, Realme’s UI 3.0 (based on Android 12), and a 50MP primary camera, in addition to the Snapdragon CPU.

     

  • OnePlus 10 / Pro: We previously knew that in 2022, OnePlus would forgo the 9T and instead focus on the OnePlus 10 and OnePlus 10 Pro flagships. OnePlus has already revealed the whole design and features for the Pro model, rather than keeping its new smartphones under wraps. The powerhouse features a wraparound camera housing with triple 48MP, 50MP, and 8MP sensors with Hasselblad optics, as seen in leaked renders. Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, a large 5000mAh battery (with support for quick 80W cable charging), and top-end LDDR5 RAM are all hidden beneath its natty matte exterior. Buyers will discover a 6.7in 120Hz AMOLED display up front. The OnePlus 10 has fewer details, and there’s still no indication on when either device will be available in the UK or the US.

     

  • Huawei P60 Pro: The Huawei P50 Pro was an unusual phone when it was released last year. It was a photography powerhouse, with a quartet of powerful cameras boasting plenty of megapixels — including a periscope lens with a fantastic 200x digital zoom. The problem was that due to persistent trade restrictions, the flagship was never able to leave China. Is its successor likely to do any better? Only time will tell if this is true. In the middle of 2022, the Huawei P60 Pro and Pro Plus are likely to be released. Based on the evolution of previous Pro smartphones, the P60 Pro will most likely include a powerful camera system as well as a large full-screen experience.

     

  • Oppo Peacock: The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Microsoft Surface Duo 2, and other foldable were released in 2021, making it a good year for them. However, the folding smartphone’s long-term fate remains unknown. Leaked specifications suggest that the company’s next gadget will be powered by a Snapdragon 888 processor and have an 8-inch folding display with a 2K resolution. There isn’t much else known about this prospective foldable entrant, but it’s intriguing to see another manufacturer getting ready to flex.

 

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