The beginning of the year is sometimes a great time to spend your remaining money from Christmas. But if you’re thinking of a new smartphone, there are some things you should know first. January is generally a proper time for technology enthusiasts. But, let’s see why you shouldn’t buy a new smartphone right now.
CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, from Las Vegas starts the year with much enthusiasm and many announcements. CES is then followed by another event, dubbed MWC (The Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona. Usually, smartphone companies utilize MWC as a promo to release their upcoming devices.
As a result of those two significant events, there is some advice that you should consider. It is useful if you try to resist a little bit of the urge to spend money on a new device. As the latest smartphones are released, the older versions lower in price. If you resist and hold on with your patience, you can save a lot of money.
New Smartphones and Possible Price Decrease
The South Korean developer has a lot to offer, starting from the S10 Lite to Note 10 Lite at the beginning of the year. Also, for February 11, we will witness the unveiling of Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e, as well.
However, if you want to spend your money on a Samsung smartphone, you should consider the discounts for the S10 variant! Or you can wait for the S10e because, in a few months will be a real bargain.
The first quarter of 2020 will bring the newest Huawei smartphones, the P40 and P40 Pro. The devices will probably be announced at the MWC in February. But, if you still want to buy a Huawei, the best option for you could be the P30 Pro. The smartphone remains a favorite worldwide.
Ryan Bluckley been the senior editor at The Trending Times since 2018. A two-decade veteran of journalism, Ryans’s work has appeared in the The Register, Examiner, The Sun and numerous other print and digital outlets. He is a member of the United Media Guild.