Thinking about upgrading your phone? There are a ton of great options out on shelves right now, but there are a bunch of exciting phones coming out later this year.
If you’re thinking about upgrading your device you have a big decision to make: Buy something from the current crop of devices or wait to see what companies like Apple, Samsung, and HTC do in 2019. It’s not an easy decision to make.
Companies launched some outstanding devices in 2018 and they’re now much cheaper than they once were thanks to discounts from carriers and retailers.
Devices like the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, iPhone XS and iPhone XR, OnePlus 6T, and Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL should be on your radar. Older devices from 2017 are also an option if you aren’t looking to break the bank with your next phone purchase.
As we push into the new year we’re starting to hear more about the devices that will replace these phones in 2019. We don’t have the full picture just yet, but phones like the iPhone 11, Galaxy Note 10, and Pixel 3 Lite are all rumored to launch later this year.
Today we want to take you through these rumored devices and fill you in on what you should know before you buy your next device. Our guide outlines what we currently know about these phones and when you can expect them to land on shelves.
We’re starting off with the phones that are either confirmed or heavily rumored. You can expect more than five new devices in 2019, but these are the devices that’ve caught our eye and the devices you need to be aware of as you look to buy your next phone.
We're only a few weeks removed from Apple's iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR launches, but we've already heard quite a bit about the company's plans for 2019.
That's a long time to wait, but waiting might be the right decision for many of you. The 2019 iPhones will apparently come with some major upgrades.
Apple will reportedly bring some major camera upgrades to the iPhone line in 2019 and it might shrink the notch on the iPhone's display.
We also expect the company to tack on the usual processor and software upgrades with iOS 13 likely powering the new models.
If you're an iPhone user or you're thinking about making the switch, take a look at our early guide to buying the 2019 iPhone.