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0 Smartphones to appear in 2017 - Best of CES 2017

Phones were not the major attraction at CES 2017, still, we have picked some of the best smartphones trends for the upcoming year. These devices will surely appear in next months' MWC, Mobile World Congress 2017- world's biggest mobile show.

If you are not too much on Apple and Samsung's costlier devices, can certainly wait for these alternatives again with promising features and top-notch specifications.


Consumer Electronics Show - 2017

Huawei Mate 9 with Alexa - Mate 9 is now available in the US too. This smartphone will be the first to have Amazon Alexa - an excellent virtual assistance on smart devices which will control your home through your commands.


LG Stylus 3 - For those, who are die hard fan of the stylus, and slightly unhappy with Galaxy Note 7 recall, can look for this option. This is the only stylus high-end option right now available till Galaxy 8 comes. 


ZTE Axon 7 - ZTE Axon 7 is the great budget high-end Apple/Samsung alternative unveiled at CES, It is a full metal body with rounded corners and has some of the best specs out there. With Quad HD AMOLED display, Dual front facing stereo speakers, 20Mp rear camera, 4k video support, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, microSD, QuickCharge 3.0 and USB-C support this is some of the great bargains. 

At around $400 price tag, Axon 7 competes for high-end competitors at around half a price.

Huawei Honor Magic - It has built-in AI (artificial intelligence), and available only in China right now, has more productive features including surface notifications, flashlight and much more. 


Asus ZenFone AR - probably the first phone to support Augmented reality features and work with both Google Tango and Google's Daydream and can smartly layer information in front of your eyes. Surely it will support most of the smart glasses features too.


Honor 6X - Honor 6X was revealed at CES with again all-metal design. Its has 5.5 Inch full HD display, auto-adjusting brightness levels, advance refocusing, 3340mAh high-density battery, 70 hrs of music playback, 8 hrs of gaming on full charge and are some of the main attraction. Device is expected to have price range of $250 only and the best alternative to Apple/Samsung devices.  

BlackBerry Mercury - After secured by Alcatel, Blackberry now has more life with their trusted user support. Surely, we will see more Blackberry phones soon or later and 'Mercury' will be available for review by next month at MWC.


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HTC U - HTC will launch a new product called U with some of the great features and mostly they will be named as 'HTC U Ultra and U Play. 


Nokia 6 - Nokia with support from HMD Global ready to bring a new android based smartphone. Nokia after a pause came back with their android smartphone initiative and some surprising features with upcoming Nokia 6 launch. 


Nokia 6 will have an aluminum body with just 8mm thickness, Octa-core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 5.5 Inch Full HD display, 4GB RAM, microSD, 16Mp Camera, 8Mp front facing, Android 7.0 Nougat OS and 4G/LTE capabilities. 


It will also have a front-facing fingerprint scanner and support for Dolby ATMOS surround sound technology. It seems Nokia is waiting for next month's MWC 2017 show to bring this phone to the market. Approximate price range is $245.

Asus ZenFone 3 and Zoom - Asus last week revealed their new upgrade to ZenFone series with ZenFone 3 and a mid-range ZenFone Zoom with pretty decent specs. 

Zoom claims to boost battery life up to 25 hours of web browsing, 48 hours of talk time and 42 days stand by on single charge. It has 12Mp dual lenses camera with 2.3x optical zoom similar to an iPhone 7 Plus. It has a 13Mp front-facing the camera for selfies and a more interestingly device is 4K supported. Expected pricing is around $500.

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