Why 2015 Is Best Year For Smartphone Lovers


2015 will be a awesome year for Smartphone Users, especially for Android Users. First of all there will be 64-bit processor in every mid-range and flagships. Secondly Chinese manufacturers Xiaomi, OnePlus, Oppo, Huawei, etc. will be ruling the market, as the consumers are preferring a total value for money over brands. People wont be considering iOS & Windows most likely except for blind followers of Apple.

We all know about the 41 MP Camera sensor which made its debut few years back on Nokia 808 Pureview and on Nokia Lumia 1020, since then its out of picture, but Pureview Technology followed in many other Lumia Smartphones. But now in 2015 we will see not only Pureview but also 41 MP Sensor on Android, this time it won’t be Nokia branded nor Microsoft but coming from top Chinese manufacturer Meizu. Meizu MX5 to sport 2K Display, Nokia’s 41 MP camera, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 a 64-bit processor along with Adreno 430 GPU and 4 Gigs of RAM.

This is not the end, Microsoft’s Windows 10 Lumia devices, Xiaomi Mi5 & Apple’s iPhone 6S are also on its way. Windows 8-8.1 users will also be able to upgrade their devices to Windows 10.
Samsung Galaxy devices and Sony Xperia will be facing a very tuff competition from Xiaomi, Meizu, Lenovo and Asus.

I personally don’t know whether or not Google’s Project Ara & Project Tango makes its debut in 2015. Puzzle-Phone a Finland smartphone manufacturer will compete with Google’s Project Ara. That’s it for now, keep following my blog and dont forget to bookmark it. For futher updates follow me on Twitter @iDeshnoor.


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