Best upcoming mobile phones in India

Updated on 25-Apr-2024

The frequency of smartphone launches has increased exponentially over the past couple of years with users having no dearth of options to choose from. We expect this launch intensity to compound in the future as well. There are a number of phones slated to be launched soon in India. These upcoming mobile phones will add to the already impressive list of phones in the market. Year after year, you can expect new launches to feature more robust hardware and the latest features. From cameras, to design, features and performance, these upcoming smartphones look likely to change the landscape of the smartphone industry. To that end, here’s our list of the best upcoming phones in India. We will include phones under various price brackets in this list, so whether you’re looking to buy a budget phone or a flagship one in the future, this list of upcoming smartphones in India should have you covered.

  • 1.
Screen Size: 6.78u0022
Rear camera : 50 + 50 + 8 MP
Storage: 256 GBGB
Battery capacity: 5400 (mAh)

The Realme GT 5 Pro could launch in India soon. The phone will give tough competition to the likes of the OnePlus 12R with its impressive feature set. The phone is expected to house the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, an AMOLED display, a triple camera array, and 150 W fast charging support. Realme generally is very aggressive with its pricing, so this launch could spice up the competition in the Indian flagship-killer phone market.

  • 2.

vivo V30e

Specs Score
Screen Size: 6.78u0022
Rear camera : 50 + 8 MP
Storage: 128 GBGB
Battery capacity: 5500 (mAh)
Build and Design
Features and Specifications
Value for Money
  • Eye-catching design
  • Solid primary and selfie cameras
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Display is not HDR certified
  • Mediocre gaming performance
  • No Gorilla Glass

The Vivo V30e is slated to launch in India on May 2. The phone flaunts a “Gem Cut” design with dual texture on the rear panel that makes it stand out from the crowd. The phone features a curved display. It also features vivo’s popular Aura Light design that adds a ring light effect to your portraits. The phone features a Sony IMX882 camera as well as a 50 MP selfie camera with auto-focus capabilities. As for power, you get a large 5,500 mAh battery which provide long-lasting battery life.

  • 3.
Screen Size: 6.1u0022
Rear camera : 12 + 12 MP
Storage: 128 GBGB
Battery capacity: 4942 (mAh)

The Google Pixel 8a may hit Indian shores in the coming months. According to reports, the Pixel 8a will see a significant uptick in battery capacity this year. This will help offset the power draw of Google’s Tensor processor, which is sadly known to be not as efficient as its Snapdragon counterparts. The phone is expected to feature a compact sized display and 90 Hz refresh rate support. It will come with Google’s latest Tensor G3 chipset, let’s see if the throttling and heating issues are minimised this time around.

  • 4.
Screen Size: 6.7u0022
Rear camera : 50 + 12 + 5 MP
Storage: 128 GBGB
Battery capacity: 5500 (mAh)

OnePlus is currently gearing up to launch the Nord CE4 in the near future, but the Nord 4 is also on the horizon, according to reports. The phone is expected to be a rebranded OnePlus Ace 3V which has been confirmed by OnePlus China President. It is expected to launch with Snapdragon’s upcoming 7+ Gen 3 chipset. The phone could feature an AMOLED screen with 1.5K resolution and a massive 5,500 mAh battery. It is also expected to come with 100 W charging like the CE4.

  • 5.
Screen Size: 6.67u0022
Rear camera : 64 + 8 + 2 MP
Storage: 128 GBGB
Battery capacity: 5000 (mAh)

Vivo could launch the Vivo T3x 5G in India this month. The phone is expected to be priced between ₹12,000 and ₹15,000. It is speculated that the phone will feature a 6.58-inch display and will be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 6020 processor. It could also pack a 5,000 mAh battery with 18 W fast charging support. As for optics, we expect a 50 MP primary camera and a 2 MP secondary lens on the back.

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Dhriti Datta

Perpetually sporting a death stare, this one can be seen tinkering around with her smartphone which she holds more dear than life itself and stuffing her face with copious amounts of bacon.

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