Top 5 Upcoming Mobile in India 2024


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Are you also going to buy a smartphone, then see these 5 new smartphones coming in 2024. There is something for every consumer, from 5G devices to flagships. 2024 is expected to take this technological revolution to the next level. With AI slowly becoming the way of life, brands like Google, and Vivo, Nothing are planning to flagships in smartphones. Apple too is planning to bring new updates to the flagship iPhone 16 Series.

In this article, we have summarized all the major smartphones that brands like Apple, Vivo, Google, Nothing etc. will launch in 2024. Some of these are confirmed, while some are rumored as of now. Dive in to know what 2024 will bring for tech enthusiasts.

Top 5 Upcoming Mobiles 2024

The next 2-3 month is quite exciting for tech fans as there are a lot of smartphones that are going to debut in India. Brands like Apple, Vivo, Nothing and Google are going to introduce their flagship smartphones, while Vivo is all set to introduce its high-range Vivo X100 Series in India. So if you are planning to buy a new phone then you should wait for these top-end smartphones.

1. Apple iPhone 16 Series

Apple iPhone series launch is one of the most anticipated tech events of the year. In 2024, Apple will announce the iPhone 16 Series in September/October like every year. The iPhone 16 series is expected to have 4 smartphones- iPhone 16, iPhone 16 Plus/Max, iPhone 16 Pro, and iPhone 16 Pro Max. The 16th generation iPhones will be powered by A18 Bionic chipset and run IOS 18 with various new features. There might be a dedicated video button likely to be called ‘Capture Button’ and the Action Button will be available on all 4 iPhone 16 models. It is still very early to conclude what new Apple will bring this year. More will be known as months go by.

2. Vivo X100 Series

Vivo has started teasing the launch of its X100 Series in India. Known for its unique design and photography prowess, the Vivo X100 Series will include 2 variants- Vivo X100 and Vivo X100 Pro. Reports claim that Vivo will launch this series in India in 19 March 2024, though the exact date is still unknown. Both the smartphones in this series feature a triple camera setup at the back and a Vivo V3 chip for better photography. Vivo has continued its partnership with Zeiss so that it offers the best imaging capabilities with the X100 Series. Both the devices are IP68 rated and powered by Dimensity 9300 SoC.

3. Google Pixel 9 Series

Like every year, Google will launch the Google Pixel 9 Series including Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro smartphones. Google Pixel 9 Series is expected to be among the first Android devices to have Qi2 charging. The newest Pixels will be powered by Tensor G4 chipset and run Android 14 out of the box. Pixel 9 Series is also expected to get some hardware improvements in terms of camera though the design of the smartphones will be similar to predecessors.

4.  iPhone SE 4

Apart from the iPhone 16 Series, Apple is expected to come up with the iPhone SE 4 in 2024. It will be the smallest Apple device with a display of 4.7 inches, a Touch ID, and a Home Button. The iPhone SE 4 will feature USB-C charging and have a dual-lens camera setup at the back. The main camera might be 48MP. The budget iPhone is said to be powered by A15 chipset and also offers 5G connectivity. Under the hood there will be a 3279mAh battery with proprietary fast charging.

5. Nothing Phone 3

Carl Pei’s Nothing will launch the 3rd generation flagship in 2024. Nothing revolutionized the smartphone industry when it launched Nothing Phone 1 in 2022 as it had a unique design and top-of-the-line specs. Nothing Phone 3 is expected to arrive in the July 2024 and will face more upgrades over Nothing Phone 2. Nothing Phone 3 will have the signature transparent back panel with glyph lights inclusion. It will focus on LED strips for notifications, making it more aesthetic and premium. The 3rd generation device is likely to be powered by the latest Snapdragon device and has a triple camera setup at the back.