Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Note 4 relatively soon, with wall to wall flexible display, wireless charging technology, an anti-shake feature as well as a highly capable camera, which will be able to make unexpectedly good images in low light situations. It is as of yet unclear how much of that technology will be implemented into the Samsung Galaxy S5, already expected to hit the shelves in a few months. Furthermore, Samsung has announced to jump the 64-bit bandwagon, which – since that they are a serious technological company – would mean that the next phone will feature at least 4 GB of RAM.
LG just released the Nexus 5 with Google, but also the LG G Flex, which above all has a killer battery. They will also soon release their latest version of the Samsung Note – the LG Vu 3, with LG Vu 4 already in testing phase.
Apple made sure everyone noted the stellar launch of the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, but the rumour mill is all about the iPhone 6. From a flexible display, to more RAM, from an even larger screen to finally additional storage capability, nearly everything is not only expected, but demanded.
HTC is releasing the long expected follow up to the popular Desire series, the Desire 300, it will be a mid-budget phone, targeting mostly markets in India, China and similar.
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra just came out, but the public interest is not stellar. Sony is also concentrating on releasing Tablets lately, even the Xperia Tablet Z with LTE capability.
The Nokia Lumia 1520 is expected to hit the stores very, very soon, with a 20 MP camera, a quad core processor and the Microsoft Windows Phone 8 Black OS.