If you are planning on buying a new phone in 2015 you might want to wait a little, while CES 2015 was very promising there are still many manufacturers that haven’t revealed their flagship Android smartphone of 2015.
Lets take a look at 3 best android phones of 2015 that are worth waiting for and that are coming out in the next couple of months:
1. OnePlus Two (Expected Q2 2015)
The new flagship device from OnePlus is expected to release sometime Q2 2015. According to OnePlus one themselves, the new device will have a rather unique design and of course run Cyanogenmod 12S (based on Android Lollipop). While nothing as far as hardware has been confirmed, we can expect some amazing specs from the young start-up and no invite system to get your hands on one.
The OnePlus Two will also be a high-end but low priced device (similar to the OnePlus One) which is available for just 269€
2. Samsung Galaxy S6
After the disappointment of the Galaxy S5 and huge lost in revenue the S6 also known as “Project Zero” will be an important release for Samsung.
According to Samsung executives the S6 will be “unique and different” something it has already demonstrated it knows how to do with the Galaxy A series, it will also be the first from the Galaxy S series to feature a powerful new 64-bit processor and looking at Samsung’s history, we don’t expect the other hardware components to be any less impressive (4GB of RAM maybe?)
3. Xiaomi Mi5
The Mi5 is on the list because it will be the first smartphone from Xiaomi to launch internationally and it is going all out. Many investors and users are keeping an eye on Xioami and it is not planning on letting anybody down, this is why the Mi5 is a phone worth waiting for.
According to leaked specs the Xiaomi Mi5 will feature some impressive specs with a 5.7-inch screen, quad HD (2560×1440 pixels) display, 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and 3600mAh battery.
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