According to industry sources, leading global smartphone manufacturers are expected to unveil a number of mid- and low-priced smartphones at CES 2017 kicking off on January 5 in Las Vegas.
Samsung Electronics is likely to exhibit 4.7-inch HD display Galaxy A3 along with 5.2-inch A5 and A7 coming with Super AMOLED full HD display. Estimated to be priced at 300,000 won or so, these models are expected to come with fingerprint recognition sensors to be compatible with Samsung Pay, too.
LG Electronics is planning to unveil five inexpensive smartphones at CES 2017, K10, K8, K4, K3 and Stylus 3 to be specific. These are characterized by their high-performance cameras and unique features for user convenience. Stylus 3 is expected to provide a much improved note-taking feature as well as fingerprint recognition for security enhancement.
Huawei is predicted to unveil its next flagship model. Xiaomi exhibits Mi S, a 4.6-inch full HD phone coming with 2.5 G tempered glass. Sony is said to unveil a 5.2-inch full HD phone and a 5.5-inch 4K display phone. Asus is planning to display Zenfone AR compatible with Google Tango. TCL’s DTEK70 is expected to have a price of less than 200,000 won.