The mobile telephony sector is constantly boiling and above all constantly renewing. Smartphones succeed one another and often look very similar, but this does not prevent us from waiting for certain models with impatience.


If you have not watched all the news, here is a summary of the rumors about the most anticipated Android phones of the moment.

Huawei Mate 9

Presented in early November, the Huawei Mate 9 was originally scheduled to be available from 15th November. The commercialization has however taken a little delay and even Vmall, the official store of the manufacturer, does not offer it yet. However, his arrival should not be long.


Despite its slightly higher selling price, the mate 9 is a very good smartphone powered by an excellent 960 Kirin, a beautiful screen and a battery of 4000 mAh which gives it a remarkable autonomy. It also features a dual Leica camera with a rather ingenious zoom function.

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro

Originally planned for this fall, the marketing of Lenovo Phab 2 Pro seems finally shifted to the period of the holiday season. Its peculiarity is to be the first smartphone from the Tango project of Google. It embarks in this title a bard of sensors capable of realizing a virtual image of its environment for uses in augmented reality.


Still need to love big smartphones though. The Phab2 Pro is equipped with a Quad HD 6.4-inch screen. The rest of its datasheet consists of a Snapdragon 652 processor, 4 GB of RAM, a 4,050 mAh battery, 64 GB storage and a 16 megapixel camera.

Xiami Mi MIX Nano

After the highly acclaimed Mi MIX, Xiaomi would prepare a smaller version of its smartphone without borders. Although the brand has somehow denied its existence, the rumored pictures show a prototype is being tested.


The rumors evoke a 5.5-inch screen for a template equivalent to that of the iPhone 7 (4.7 inches) and technical specifications similar to those of the Mi MIX, namely a Snapdragon 821, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB storage.

Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8 si expected in the first half of 2017. It is a near certainty after the Galaxy S7 of this year, Samsung will unveil, unless a cataclysm, its S8 Galaxy in 2017. If the Korean remains true to its usual timetable, it could be presented at the Mobile World Congress, end of February. The rumors indicate to compensate for losses from Galaxy Note 7 battery problems for the year.


According to rumors, the Galaxy S8 could be available in two versions of different sizes, but always with a curved screen on the sides. It would also issue a definition 4K screen and an Exynos 8895 processor clocked at 3 GHz. For the moment, however, this still has to be conditional, especially since several months still separate us from the arrival of this phone.

Huawei P10

After the very good P9 in 2016, indications are that Huawei is currently working on its successor, the P10. The model for this year suggest that the P10 would be presented soon at CES (in January) and MWC (February), which confirms the many rumors already available.


There is talk of similar designs to that of P9, but with a possibly curved screen on the edges, like the Edge range of Samsung. If we already know with certainty that it will be equipped with a Kirin 960, rumors also suggest a qHD screen 5.5-inch, 6 GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage and 8 cameras And 12 Megapixels. It would also issue an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.


After five iterations, there is little doubt that LG will announce in the coming months, the sixth model in its range “G”, the LG G6. For the record, its predecessor, the G5, was unveiled during the Mobile World Congress in February. The rumors about her are still scarce, but it seems that the South Korean manufacturer abandons both the idea of modularity and headphone jack.


The smartphone, however, retain a removable battery, one of the highlights of the range and would initiate the first time LG the presence of a retinal scanner. Another detail, LG G6 will ignore curved screen this time in 2017.

 Sony Xperia X2

At the MWC 2016, Sony had pulled a line on its Xperia Z range to launch the Xperia X range. This year, it is expected that the Xperia X2 will be re-launched with the Xperia X2 – or so forth its name. The rumors evoke a terminal keeping the same aesthetic line, but with possibly a 4K screen, many prototypes in Full HD would also be tested.


It is expected that whatever happens to a camera capable of filming in UHD, but also apparently to a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, the first smartphones with a Snapdragon 830 being expected around the MWC, and 4 GB of RAM. At the moment, the rumors about it are really minimal and to take to the conditional.