OnePlus 5, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, HTC U11 and more

We round up the best gadgets accessible this year

2016 WAS an intriguing year for cell phone fans, however 2017 looks set to be significantly greater.

We've just observed Nokia make its hotly anticipated come back to the Android cell phone market and BlackBerry bring back the old-school QWERTY console, and talk has it we're yet to witness the introduction of Microsoft's purported Surface Phone, Samsung's cutting edge Galaxy Note cell phone and Apple's tenth commemoration iPhone.

We've gathered together the best cell phones officially accessible but to come in 2017.

The OnePlus 5 is simply the Chinese company's most recent, and most costly, so called 'lead executioner'.

Specs-wise, OnePlus' most recent lead is justified regardless of the additional money, with its best end Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, walloping 8GB RAM and iPhone 7 Plus-equaling double camera setup, which OnePlus cases is the 'most astounding determination' available right at this point. Somewhere else, you'll discover a unibody aluminum skeleton, 5.5in Full HD AMOLED show and a 3,300mAh battery, which we discovered regularly endured two days.

Sony uncovered the Xperia XZ Premium at Mobile World Congress as a cell phone that takes after on from the Xperia XZ however is better depicted as the genuine successor to the Xperia Z5 Premium on account of some world-first components.

Sony claims the Xperia XZ Premium gloats the principal ever HDR 4K screen to be found in a cell phone, which packs an eye-popping 800ppi pixel thickness. The cell phone likewise packs a fresh out of the box new 19MP camera sensor that is fit for catching 960fps moderate movement recordings and Qualcomm's 10nm Snapdragon 835 microchip.

The HTC U11 touches base as the follow up to the magnificent HTC 10, and this time around the Taiwanese organization is bringing the serious canons: a Snapdragon 835 processor, up to 128GB capacity and, sit tight for it, squeezy tech. The handset's "squeezable" edge goes about as a contribution, with HTC offering huge amounts of customisation around the experience

. The handset, which includes an exceptional reflexive frame, likewise packs a 12MP camera with f/1.7 opening and Instant HDR, a 3,000mAh battery that keeps going an entire day, and, er, no earphone jack, with HTC deciding on sound through USB.

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