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From the Apple iPhone 15 to the Huawei Mate X3, this article will explore a selection of exciting mobile tech innovations predicted for 2023.
Apple iPhone 15
Although the precise specifications of the iPhone 15 are shrouded in secrecy, it seems a fairly safe bet that the launch will take place in September 2023, with Apple’s annual cycle of launch and release dates generally remaining very consistent. Experts venture that this model may integrate a periscope zoom camera capable of matching the 10x optical zoom provided by the Galaxy S23 Ultra. There is also speculation that the iPhone 15 may also boast 8K video recording, and that rather than the usual Pro Max upgrade, Apple may launch an iPhone 15 Ultra version instead.
Google Pixel Fold
Although Google has yet to confirm or deny reports of a foldable Pixel phone in the making, rumours have been circulating since as far back as 2019. Some suggest that the launch, or even confirmation of the device’s development, have been pushed back because the company is simply not yet satisfied with the device. Industry insiders predict that the Pixel Fold will be a book-style foldable in a similar format to the Galaxy Z Fold 4, albeit a more compact version. A leaked case model appears to confirm the accuracy of these design leaks, although physical evidence of the Pixel Fold’s existence remains thin on the ground.
Samsung Galaxy S23
Samsung’s Galaxy S23 is predicted to introduce some noteworthy upgrade’s in terms of both design and camera technology, two areas that have traditionally been a key focus for the South Korean tech giant. Suggestions are circulating that the device could incorporate a 200-megapixel main camera, with these the rumours given credence by an announcement made by Samsung in mid-January 2023 revealing that the company had developed a new image sensor capable of capturing 200-megapixel photos. This would represent a giant leap from Samsung’s current 108-megapixel offering presented by the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Huawei Mate X3
The Mate X3 is tipped to follow hot on the heels of the Mate XS 2, an outward-folding smartphone that was launched in the summer of 2022. Rumours suggest that the key difference with the Mate X3 lies in the fact that it folds inwards rather than outwards, culminating in a slimmer, more durable device than its predecessor.