We had an amazing time checking out the latest innovations in technology – from smartphones, tablets, and wearables to talking human-like robots, virtual reality headsets, and blazing-fast 5G networks. Here is the list of best upcomming smartphones you can by in 2016, from companies that are not related to giants of smartphone industry like Apple, Samsung, HTC, Sony, Microsoft or any other company.
Symetium Smartphones PC :
Symetium is much more than your ordinary smartphone – It is so brilliant that it is more like a genius phone! It has all the innovation and technology of a computer, right in the palm of your hand!
One device for Everything – Symetium is the no-compromise smartphone PC
The world’s first super smartphone that floats in water. Comet is an Android powered super smartphone with the latest technology, high speed processor and elegant design. With Comet, you will never lose your smartphone or data stored in it simply because you dropped it in water. Live the moment, enjoy the beauty of water without the panic of losing your smartphone.
Chances are, if you’ve owned a smartphone over the past few years, you’ve used it for countless things: sending messages, using apps, capturing photos and video, or playing games. It’s no secret that installing apps and games and taking photos and video with your phone rapidly consumes the storage available to you, and it doesn’t take much to hit storage limits on your phone.
When you do run out of space, which you likely will, there are three ways to deal with it. You could buy a phone with more storage to begin with, or pick one that has the option for storage expansion. (Most people do neither of these things.) You could plug your phone into your computer and offload pictures and video to make space. Or, you could go nuclear and delete apps, games, photos, videos, and music from your phone to make room for other fun stuff you want to do with it.
None of those options are really great when you’re in a pinch and just want to take a few more photos, but what if you didn’t have to worry about storage at all? That’s the promise Nextbit is selling with the Robin, a $399 Android phone available for purchase starting today.
Here is the Video promo of these awesome smartphones :