The IFA 2019 throws the curtain after three days of extensive activity where the Predator Thronos Air gaming chair that massages, the Porsche Taycan electric or the limited edition Walkman 40th anniversary of Sony have captured all eyes. But not only techie curiosities live technology lovers: IFA 2019 All the news about mobile phones have come to light and here you will find them all.
Regardless of the launch of existing models in other colors, such as the Huawei P30 Pro in two new finishes and the Honor 20 Pro in Icelandic Frost, these are all the mobiles presented at the IFA 2019:
Sony Xperia X5
The Japanese firm has taken advantage of this IFA 2019 to present the Sony Xperia 5, an iteration of its ambitious flagship Xperia 1 maintaining its 21: 9 format, but in a more compact and manageable design for day to day. Something like an Xperia 1 Compact.
With a 6.1 “HDR OLED panel that stays in FHD + resolution and Dolby Atmos, the Sony Xperia 5 has among its strengths the consumption of content supported by the quality of its screen and sound. With triple camera with bursts of 10 fps, Snapdragon 855 processor and 6GB of RAM, this high-end model will go on sale next week in Europe.
Sharp Aquos R3
The Sharp Aquos R3 arrives in Europe with a peculiarity in the rather peculiar design: that of having an eyebrow and chin, or what is the same, a double notch. Above we find the selfie camera and below the fingerprint reader.
Aesthetic details aside, it is a high range that stands out for its 6.2 “PRO IGZO LCD screen that reaches 4K +, 120 Hz refresh rate and Snapdragon 855 processor. The Sharp Aquos R3 will arrive at the end of the year at A price of 729 euros.
LG G8X ThinQ
The Korean LG has completed its proposal for the high-end with the LG G8X ThinQ, a terminal that inherits the Dual Screen of the LG V50 ThinQ, going a step further with a third screen, both integrated in that accessory that allows them to rotate 360 degrees. The objective? Offer a different and more complete multitasking.
The two main panels are 6.4 “OLED type with FHD + resolution and the third 2.1” monochrome, with two rear cameras, Snapdragon 855 processor, 6 GB of RAM, 128GB capacity, fingerprint reader integrated into the Display and a 4,000 mAh battery with fast charging.
Motorola One Zoom
Lenovo has introduced the Motorola One Zoom, a terminal with four rear cameras in a terminal that offers a premium and forceful design, bordering on 200 grams of weight. Also, this One Zoom integrates Alexa as an assistant in markets such as Spanish, Italian, English and German.
The Motorola One Zoom is an ambitious mid-range, with a Snapdragon 675, 6.39 “OLED panel with FHD + resolution, fast charge for its 4,000 mAh battery and integrated fingerprint reader on the screen. Its price is 429 euros.
TCL Plex is the first TCL mobile launched in Europe with the distinction of integrating a dedicated chip for the screen similar to the image processors of televisions. Its panel is 6.53 inch FHD + LCD technology. Another highlight is its triple rear camera, with a Sony IMX582 sensor with 48 MP, a wide-angle lens using a 16-megapixel sensor and a third of 2MP for night photography and video.
For the rest, we are facing a mid-range with Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of RAM. The TCL Plex will reach European markets the last quarter of this year at a PVP of 329 euros.
The former Finnish Nokia have been quite prolific in this edition of IFA 2019 presenting up to five terminals. The most ambitious in its approach is this Nokia 7.2, a mid-range that stands out for its triple rear camera whose lenses are provided by Carl Zeiss.
For the rest, a Snapdragon 660 processor, 6.3-inch FHD + IPS panel, the options of 4 and 6 GB of RAM accompanied by 64 and 128GB capacity and a 3,500 mAh battery. Its price is 299 euros.
It is difficult to distinguish Nokia 6.2 from its “older” brother Nokia 7.2. If you go to detail, you will discover that the Zeiss signature does not appear in the area of the triple chamber that also integrates this model.
And this trio is somewhat humbler in its specifications, as well as its processor, a Snapdragon 636. As for RAM and capacity, we find the versions of 3 / 32GB and 4 / 64GB. Otherwise, they are two drops of water. These differences are noticed in the price of this attractive mid-range, which remains at 199 euros.
The second phone (in importance) presented by TCL Communication has been this Alcatel 3X, a mid-range focused on offering a good overall image experience at a fairly tight price. Thus, it has a 6.53 “HD + screen in 20: 9 format and a versatile triple camera.
In the rest it is quite less ambitious: Helios P23 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of capacity and 4,000 mAh without fast charging. Its launch will take place in October at a starting price of 159.99 euros.
Moto E6 Plus
Second and last terminal presented by Lenovo, this Moto E6 Plus is a fairly discreet mid-range: with notch, dual rear camera, a Helio P22 processor and the options of 2 / 32GB and 3 / 64GB of RAM and capacity, respectively. The most interesting thing about the E6 Plus is that its battery is removable and that it uses Android One. It will reach the Spanish markets in October from 139 euros.
Nokia 800 Tough
The Nokia 800 Tough is a phone for adventurers, however it has IP68 certifications against dust and water and the military standard MIL-STD-810G. With aesthetics and rugged design but heart of feature phone: 2.4 inches screen, Snapdragon 205, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of expandable storage to run KaiOS as an operating system. It will be launched in October at a price of 109 euros.
Nokia 2720 Flip
The Nokia 2720 Flip is a mobile phone cover of all life, although with two screens. KaiOS runs thanks to the Snapdragon 205 processor with 512MB of RAM and with 4GB of expandable internal storage. A compact phone, with Google Asistant and priced at 89 euros.
The humble proposal of TCL goes through this Alcatel 1V, an Android Go phone that has its lowest price at its low price. With a PVP of 79.99 euros, it mounts a Spreadtrum SC9863A processor, 16GB of storage, a single rear camera without large displays and 5.5-inch LCD panel. In short, an entry-level telephone for those looking for something simple and economical.
Simplicity to the maximum: Nokia 110 for 18 euros, a phone with the essence of those simple and robust Nokia that led the Finnish brand to success a few years ago. With 1.77 inches of screen, 4MB of RAM and 4MB of ROM running Nokia Series 30+ as an operating system.