October can be said to be a month of fairy fights. Why do you say that? Up to now, it is confirmed that there are more than ten new models released in October, and one has an advantage over one. Therefore, friends who plan to change their phones in the near future may wish to wait, and it is not too late to make choices after these new phones are released. Let’s take a look at the essayist today!
Apple iPhone 12 series (price between 800$ and -2000$)
Although it is said that this time Apple is one month late compared with previous years, and the press conference is scheduled to be released at 1 am on October 14th, Beijing time, it has brought Apple’s first 5G flagship product iPhone 12 series. In terms of products, the iPhone12 series includes four versions of iPhone12 mini, iPhone12, iPhone12 Pro, and iPhone12 Pro Max. In terms of appearance, iPhone12 adopts the design of the flat middle frame design of the iPhone 4 era, and the hardware adopts Apple’s latest A14 flagship processor. The external 5G baseband has excellent performance in terms of appearance, performance and 5G network experience.
Huawei Mate40 series (price between 800$ and 1500$)
Following Apple, the Huawei Mate 40 series will also hold a press conference at 8 pm on October 22. As Huawei’s flagship high-end flagship product in the second half of the year, the Huawei Mate40 series also has four versions, namely Huawei Mate40, Huawei Mate40 Pro, Huawei Mate40 Pro+ and Huawei Mate40 Porsche Edition. In terms of appearance, they adopt a curved double-hole screen design. The appearance is very amazing, and the hardware part uses the Kirin 9000 chip, and the performance can be said to have reached the top level of the Android camp.
OnePlus 8T (Price around 600$)
Except for the iPhone 12 series and Huawei Mate40 series that have received the most attention, the OnePlus 8T, which will be officially released on October 15. As the latest flagship model of OnePlus, OnePlus 8T uses a 6.55-inch digging screen design. Although the appearance is very similar to the previous generation, OnePlus 8T supports a 120Hz screen refresh rate, which brings amazing visual effects. In the hardware part, the top processor of Snapdragon 865 + UFS3.1 storage + LPDDR5 running memory, supplemented by its own hydrogen OS system, is absolutely ahead of most Android phones in fluency.