After the MWC, it is time for the launches presented at the catal fair and other news to arrive in Brazil, which should have a busier year in terms of launches compared to recent years.
In addition to the traditional releases, we will have the debut of some brands that were gone.
Find out which smartphones are coming soon to shelves.
In May, Huawei announces the full portfolio of products to be sold in Brazil, but we already know that the Huawei P30 Pro and P30 Lite are part of these new releases.
It is expected that the brand will present other news during the event that has no exact date to happen.
After the first imported products, the Chinese brand starts manufacturing smartphones in Brazil to optimize demand and reduce manufacturing and import costs.
Motorola One Vision
Already leaked on the official website of Google, benchmark testing and in every way possible, now only the announcement is missing.
The Motorola One Vision has already been approved by Anatel and is waiting for its official announcement on Brazilian soil, although it is not certain that its name will be this (in China it must be Motorola P40).
This smartphone will have notch on the circle screen, Android One and 18: 9 aspect ratio screen.
It should be launched in mid-May as a successor to the Motorola One.
LG G8 ThinQ
After launching the LG K12 +, LG is set to begin work on the arrival of the G8 ThinQ, one of MWC's major releases in February.
The device offers a new proposal for using the system for gestures and voice commands, as well as bringing small refinements compared to its predecessor, the G7 ThinQ.
Like the Motorola One Vision, the G8 is also Anatel approved.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7
Approved by Anatel, Redmi Note 7, Redmi Go and Redmi 7 are also due to be launched in the near future.
It is not yet possible to know if this other process involving DL, which currently sells the Redmi Note 6 and Pocophone F1 in Brazil, or if it is headed by Xiaomi who has moved back to its official networks and suggest that they return with their smartphones to the country.
At first, DL denies that it is involved in the new approvals, while Xiaomi's press office did not respond to AndroidPIT about the actions the brand has in view for the coming months.
The Galaxy A50 was a title I used modestly to sum up the avalanche of launches that Samsung is promoting later this month on April 10, when launching the Galaxy A10, A20, A30, A40, A50, A60, A70, A80 and A90.
All these devices have already been approved by Anatel and should debut next to the Galaxy Tab S5e, a version with good specifications and which is sold on the international market for a more affordable price.
There are major differences between the models and all are gathered in this article:
Zenfone 6 and Others
The models I mentioned above are, say, on our map of releases that should happen between April and June, but there are other devices that will be announced in other countries and that should arrive sometime between the first and second semester, as the case.
Zenfone 6 and Galaxy Fold, the latter already approved by Anatel.
With respect to Asus, the Taiwanese brand recently launched the Zenfone Max Shot in the country with the proposal to be the first smartphone that does not use the Soc platform, but the new SiP.
Zenfone 6, however, is a release scheduled for May 16 in Spain, but is expected to arrive in the second half of the year.
And what are you expecting which release?
(tagsToTranslate) Motorola (t) Huawei (t) Huawei P30 Pro (t) Huawei P30 Lite (t) P30 Lite (t) Galaxy A50 (t) Galaxy A