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In 2016, we have seen some great smartphones from various vendors such as the Samsung, LG, HTC, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Huawei, etc. Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge impressed many with its design language and so does the OnePlus with its affordable OnePlus 3.
While LG started the trend of modular devices, Motorola quickly revamped that and took it to a whole new level. Huawei has been busy with the dual camera devices all the year.
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It's been a sad year for Samsung in terms of Galaxy Note 7's global recall, however, the company has been releasing devices every now and then in every segment. OnePlus released just one device this year and it received mucj praise from all over the world.
Samsung is already working on their next flagship phone- the Galaxy S8 and there were some rumors saying that OnePlus is already in works of their OnePlus 4. Which one will be a flagship killer when they goes official? Let's find out.
Samsung is expected to revamp the design language of the upcoming Galaxy S8, however, at the same time, OnePlus will also make changes to their OnePlus 4 and expected to feature much premium design than the OnePlus 3.
In terms of display, the OnePlus 4 is expected to feature a 4K display with support for Google's daydream properties. There should be any introduction for Samsung devices in terms of display. Samsung is planning to pack a 4K display in the Galaxy S8 and it will come only in one variant with dual-edge display.
OnePlus is very good at offering high-end hardware at an affordable price. Samsung Galaxy series also comes with insane price, but they are priced aggressively. Both the smartphones are expected to feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 830 chipset along with 6GB of RAM. OnePlus 3 also came out with 6GB of RAM, so we might see 8GB RAM on the OnePlus 4.
The OnePlus 4 is expected to feature a 28MP rear camera along with a 21MP snapper on the front. The Galaxy S8 is expected to feature an IRIS scanner on the front, same as the Galaxy Note 7. A 30MP rear camera is expected on the rear along with a 8MP front-facing snapper.
OnePlus 3 has turned the cards around with its unique dash charge technology and the same is expected on the OnePlus 4 as well. Rumors suggest that the OnePlus 4 is expected to feature a 4,200mAh battery, while Samsung might not bump the battery size in the Galaxy S8 as well.