The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra tops TechRadar’s list of the best phones on the market right now, and it’s easy to see why.
Whether you’re a fan of photography who needs a smartphone, a DSLR rival, a regular note-taker who likes the look of the S Pen, or someone who spends a lot of time playing games or streaming video, there’s plenty to do. you love.
However, the high price of the phone may repel some people, so it’s great to have competitors to get your attention. And in the next few days, three new ones will launch that could steal you from the Galaxy.
We will take you through these three phones, in the order they are set to start, so you know what to expect.
ZTE Axon 40 Ultra
ZTE’s Axon 40 line is set to debut on Monday, May 9, and it is said that there will be an Ultra family member who will find himself.
It sounds like a giant phone that bears more than a fleeting resemblance to the S22 Ultra in a single leak, albeit with a built-in selfie camera so the screen looks intact.
It is said to have three 64MP rear cameras, 1TB of memory and 16GB of RAM and a 2K 6.8-inch screen – so it sounds impressive in different ways.
We will have to see if this will be widely available, because many ZTE Axon phones are launched outside the company’s home region in China, but not all.
Sony Xperia 1 IV
Sony’s flagship phones are often super powerful – and super expensive, and the company has confirmed that something launches on May 11 – Sony Xperia 1 IV, maybe?
Xperia phones are designed for creative professionals, with camera lenses and sensors created by the same minds that make Sony’s Alpha cameras, and with additional tools, it can be used as an additional viewfinder for photography.
In addition, they are often as powerful as Samsung phones, and the displays have 4K resolution, which gives them the trophy when it comes to high-resolution displays.
We don’t know what new Sony plans to do in the Xperia IV, but if we see some impressive improvements, the new phone may surpass the Galaxy.
Honor Magic 4 Pro
May 12 brings the last big start of the week from Honor. This is actually the global presentation of the Honor Magic 4 series, of which we have already seen a member.
This is Honor Magic 4 Pro and due to the fact that it was already partially launched earlier in the year, we already know a lot about it. It is set to have a 6.81-inch 120Hz screen, a powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset and an eye-catching design.
Perhaps the highlights of the paper are its cameras: it has a 50MP mainframe, a 50MP ultra-wide and 64MP telephoto trio on the back and a 12MP camera and 3D flight time sensor for selfies.
We’ll have to see how well it performs in action, but if the price is right, it could be a leading contender for our title of “best phones”.