As we are heading towards the end of this year, the rumors on new smartphones 2016 begin to be intensified more than ever. These rumors have already drawn a massive attention from the smartphone enthusiasts.
Among them, these are two new smartphones 2016 rumors that have created a massive buzz throughout the online community.
New Smartphones 2016 Rumors: Next-Generation Apple Smartphone Expected to be the Thinnest iPhone Ever
During the last several years, the thickness of the iPhone has been shaved down significantly. The next generation iPhone 7 is also expected to retain the trend. According to the new smartphones 2016 rumors, the upcoming iPhone 7 will be the thinnest Apple smartphone of all time. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the famous KGI Securities analyst, the new device will have a thinness between 6.0-6.5mm. As a result, it will have a thinness similar to iPad Air 2 and iPod Touch.
More information about the features of the next-generation iPhone are also swirling throughout the internet. According to the new smartphones 2016 rumors, the iPhone 7 will feature the Force Touch technology. It is a pressure sensitive system that allows a device to differentiate between light and heavy touches and perform different operations accordingly. The particular system has already been applied in the current-generation Apple Watch.
New Smartphones 2016 Rumors: Microsoft Expected to Bring a New Mid-Range Nokia Lumia Next Year
While many people blame Microsoft for Nokia’s loss of market share, the company is still trying to get into the top position with its smartphone lineup. According to the new smartphones 2016 rumors, Microsoft is planning to bring a new mid-range Nokia Lumia handset next year. The detailed specification of the device hasn’t been revealed yet. However, the new smartphones 2016 rumors claim that the particular smartphone will have a metal build. Being a mid-range handset, the price of the device will be within the range of the budget minded consumers.
This is the end of our two new smartphones 2016 rumors. Keep in touch with us to get more rumors about next year’s handsets.