Smartphone Rumours: 2014

2013 saw the release of well known flagship smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, HTC One, iPhone 5s and the Nexus 5.
A lot of speculation has gone around the smartphones of this year and what 2014 may hold for the mobile phone industry. 2K Screens have been rumoured to take the stage this coming year along with bigger batteries and better processors, however, what actual phones are expected?

With the Mobile World Congress (MWC) approaching, many rumours have been going around about what phones may be released. The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been the most hyped and expected phone so far. The rumoured specs include a 64-bit processor, 3GB of RAM, a 2K Display and a new design. Although some of this may be hard to believe, it is possible. The 64-bit chip has already been proved a success with the iPhone 5s and a 2K screen is very likely. A new design will definitely receive a lot of praise, if done properly, as the current plastic casings on Samsung devices aren’t very popular with consumers.

Another rumoured phone is the code named ‘HTC M8′. Not much information has been revealed about this phone as of yet, however, a few specifications such as a Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB of RAM has been thought to arrive with the phone. According to leaks, the HTC M8 is rumoured to have a 5 inch, Full HD display and possibly Sense 6 on the software side of things. It is unknown whether this flagship will be announced at MWC as last year, the HTC One was released a few days prior to the event. Only time will tell.

What’s your opinion on these rumours and what do you think will be released this year? Let me know in the comment section!

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3 thoughts on “Smartphone Rumours: 2014

  1. I’m just hoping for a high end, 5″ Windows Phone with 8.1 on. That would be amazing.

  2. Nice article Viren! I can’t wait to see more coverage on all of the latest phones on your blog! Personally I’m hoping to get an iPhone 5c this year to replace my Nexus 4.

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