As the year 2014 has seen the release of various great phones and tablets, you may expect more amazing devices to be launched in the upcoming 2015. The good news is that there are indeed a lot of high-end mobile gadgets will come next year. Here in the following list of the top 5 anticipated Android smartphones of 2015, you can find whether there's anyone that meets your expectation or not.
Top 5. Sony Xperia Z4
Sony is rumored to release its flagship Xperia Z handset the Z4 with a larger 5.5-inch display and a Quad HD resolution to match the current trend of smartphone market in 2015. As from our part, we'd like to see an improved camera interface (which is just too cluttered and complicated now), and a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 on Xperia Z4 to make it a true rival to current flagships.
Top 4. LG G4
Reports say that LG would likely to release its G4 next year which might be the first phone to launch with an in-house LG system chip. Besides, the G4 model is supposed to continue improving on the 5.5" Quad HD display formula with a lower price than its rivals such as Samsung.
Top 3. HTC One M9
Based on reports so far, the HTC One M9 will come with 5.2-inch QHD display with 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution and powered by Snapdragon 805 chipset. What's more, this smartphone is expected to be fully waterproofed.
Top 2. Samsung Galaxy S6
According to Samsung's official statement, the successor to its Galaxy S5, the S6, is expected to bring some big changes such as adopting the design and premium metal frame of devices like the Galaxy Alpha, being the first Samsung top-shelf Android smartphone to come with a 64-bit chip, or even introducing a 21-megapixel shooter and much more.
Top 1. Samsung Galaxy Note 5
The rumors of the next generation that is Galaxy Note 5 have already been spread widely enough featuring a slightly larger 5.9" display with a massively sharper, Ultra HD resolution. Since it's still subject to change, we would like to expect the Galaxy Note 5 bring some major improvements with a 64-bit system chip, S-pen as well as the multitasking.
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