Google is expected to unveil the next version of its Android phone at its 2017 I/O developer conference on May 27, 2017.
The company has been teasing its new flagship Android phone since 2016, when it launched the first iteration of the Pixel, which was later followed by the Nexus 6P.
But it’s not just Android fans that will be waiting in the wings.
Apple is also expected to introduce its first ever iPhone 5S at its developer conference.
That phone will be the latest iteration of Apple’s iPhone lineup, and will be available with a new “premium” version of the company’s mobile operating system, which is also called iOS 10.
But Apple is likely to use its upcoming developer conference to unveil an even bigger update to its iPhone lineup that is going to compete directly with the iPhone 5, AppleInsider has learned.
The “iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus” are expected to be the biggest iPhones to hit the market since the iPhone 6.
AppleInsiders was told by a source that Apple will launch a pair of new iPhones at the conference, both of which will feature new cameras and more powerful processors.
AppleInsiders previously reported that Apple is planning to unveil a new iPhone in late April, and the company is likely going to announce a new flagship iPhone at the developer conference, with AppleInsies sources saying the company will likely launch two new phones at the event.
Apple has been touting its next-generation iPhone lineup as having an iPhone 6S display, and that feature is now a little less relevant, as the iPhone 7 is rumored to feature a 5.5-inch display and the iPhone 8 will feature a larger 6.3-inch screen.
The iPhone 7 Plus, which could be announced as soon as this week, could feature a display of 5.7 inches or bigger.
Apple also has been rumored to unveil its next flagship iPhone this month, and sources tell us that it will feature the same screen size as the current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7s.