Upcoming Smartphones in June 2023: By integrating cutting-edge features and functionalities into their products, smartphone manufacturers try to stay relevant and preserve a competitive edge. Famous brands like OnePlus, Nothing, Realme, and Motorola are currently getting ready to reveal their most recent inventions. In the coming month, a fresh batch of high-end and midrange smartphones will be available.
Here is a list of the most anticipated smartphones that are likely to be released in June 2023, from the eagerly awaited Samsung Galaxy S23 FE to the highly anticipated Nothing Phone (2).
Nothing Phone (2)
One of the most anticipated mid-range smartphones right now is the Nothing Phone (2) (model A065), and the company has even confirmed some of its specifications, including the processor and battery size, as well as teased the phone’s appearance. A major improvement over the Phone (1) with the Snapdragon 778G+ SoC, the smartphone is confirmed to be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC and is most likely to feature at least 8 GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.
The 4,700 mAh battery in the Phone (2) is also confirmed, and it is quite likely to offer both fast wired and wireless charging. The introduction of the Nothing Phone (2) is anticipated for late June.
🚀 Performance boost: Initial tests show that app opening speed on Phone (2) is TWICE as fast compared to Phone (1), with an impressive 80% overall performance improvement. It’s looking very promising!
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OnePlus Nord 3
Another intriguing phone, the OnePlus Nord 3, is rumoured to be a renamed OnePlus Ace 2V and is expected to appear in June. The MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC is rumoured to power the upcoming mid-range smartphone from OnePlus, which is expected to offer a larger increase over the Nord 2T in every regard. Additionally, a sizable 6.7-inch display with 1.5K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and an in-display fingerprint sensor are anticipated for the OnePlus Nord 3.
Tianma 1.5K 6.74' 2772×1240 120Hz 2.5D Fluid AMOLED
USB Type-C 2.0 / SuperVooc 80W / 5000 mAh
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iQOO Neo 7 Pro
It is also verified that the iQOO Neo 7 Pro will go on sale in India in the coming weeks and that the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC would power the device. As a result, the iQOO Neo 7 Pro’s price will probably fall between that of the iQOO Neo 7 and that of the iQOO 11. In addition, it is most likely that the smartphone will have an FHD+ resolution display with at least a 120Hz refresh rate and a sizable battery, perhaps with support for up to 120W fast charging.
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Another intriguing option is the Motorola X40, which may go on sale in the coming weeks. Based on the premium Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, this smartphone will have a sizable 6.7-inch 165Hz refresh rate display and an in-display fingerprint sensor. Along with other features, the smartphone will have an IP68 grade for water and dust protection. The Motorola X40 will probably be one of the most reasonably priced smartphones equipped with Qualcomm’s flagship chip in 2023.
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE
It is rumoured that Samsung would introduce the Galaxy S23 FE, a fan-edition flagship phone that is reported to be powered by the Exynos 2200 SoC. The gadget will probably have a 120Hz refresh rate display and boot the OneUI operating system based on Android 13. The Galaxy S23 FE is anticipated to feature features like wireless charging and an IP classification for water and dust resistance, exactly like its predecessors. For the cameras, we can anticipate a triple camera configuration with a separate telephoto and ultra-wide-angle lens.
Realme 11 Pro+
A mid-range phone, the Realme 11 Pro+, is expected to go on sale in June. The Realme 11 Pro+, according to the manufacturer, will have a 200 MP primary camera, at least 8 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of internal storage. It will also be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 7050 SoC. The phone has a curved front display and a leather back panel in terms of style.