Top 5 Upcoming Smartphones To Be Announced In June 2013

    Today, it is no more difficult to find a smartphone of your choice. You can always pick a device from Brick and Mortar stories or visit online shopping sites.

    The most important thing that is needed before you purchase "connected device ", is the value added with it. For many, Samsung Galaxy S4, is the handset they would like to get because it offers some kind of value -Be it performance or its gesture controlled features? And for others it is just an expensive toy.


    Always check the internal specifications of a device before you get. It makes sense because you are investing your hard earned money Isn't it? Make sure the device (especially in case of Android) is upgradable by firmware updates via OTA. Another thing you should know in advance whether the device is genuine or not. Just open the rear back cover of the device underneath the battery. You will find 14/15 IMEI number; it is a way to know whether you device is real or fake in nature. There are more tips that will be shared in next -few feature stories.

    In this story, GizBot managed to bring top five upcoming handsets to be announced internationally. In the past few days, couple of new devices arrived in the market.

    Some have managed to arrive a little early in the Indian market. Now industry watchdogs have glued their eyes on five select smartphones that could change the world. Have a look:

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    iPhone 5S

    On June 10, Apple could announce its most ambitious smartphone. Before its official announcement, the device has been declared on the web. This happens with every Apple device before its official release. It is said that Apple would like to go with standard 4-inch display size powered by IGZO.
    With the coming of iPhone 5S, the new version of iOS will be rolled out. In the specification side, as said earlier, the sequel to iPhone 5 will arrive with A7X processor coupled with 2GB of RAM, fingerprint sensor, a 12-mega pixel camera on the rear, long battery life, 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, among others.

    Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom

    After announcing, Galaxy S4 Active earlier this week, Sammy could announce a dedicated handset for camera enthusiasts. It will carry a 16-mega pixel camera sensor and 10X zoom. According to report by Sam Mobile, the Galaxy S4 is said to have a 4.3-inch display, 1.6 GHz dual-core processor, 8GB of internal memory, and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. It is expected to announce on June 20.

    Low cost iPhone

    This very device is targeted at emerging markets such as India, China, and Latin American markets. Now Apple is doing quite well in the India especially with iPhone thing. It is largely believed that Apple could offer "affordable iPhone" in multiple colors. Specifications are still not out yet. It won't have aluminum body instead of plastic unibody. One could Apple announcing during WWDC 2013, which is around the corner.

    HTC One Mini M4

    After the launch of controversial HTC One, the makers are planning to announce a mini version of the device. It first appeared back in February. You might see the handset packing a 4.3-inch 720p HD display, dual-core processor, and UltraPixel camera. It should be out later this month, as per multiple -reports. Stay tuned to GizBot.

    Sony Xperia ZU

    In every possible manner Sony is trying to hide its first attempt at phablet devices. Yes, it's coming on June 25. It is still unknown whether the tech vendor has planned to announce a sequel to Xperia Z or so -called Togari tablet. It is said to pack a 6.44-inch Full HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, Android 4.2.2, Jelly Bean, S-Pen like stylus, 4G LTE, among other features.

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