Top Upcoming Smartphones Launching In June, 2023: OnePlus Nord 3, Realme 11, iQOO Neo 7 Pro & More!

Sheetal Bhalerao

Sheetal Bhalerao

Jun 06, 2023

After the launch of the Pixel 7A,Moto Edge 40, the Poco F5, Lava Agni 2 last month, here comes another month  packed with several notable launches from all the famous brands. 

Top Upcoming Smartphones Launching In June, 2023: OnePlus Nord 3, Realme 11, iQOO Neo 7 Pro & More!

Upcoming Smartphone Launches For The Month Of June

That being said, let’s go through the list of upcoming phones in June 2023.

1. OnePlus Nord 3

Nord 3 is most likely to be launched on the 21st of June, 2023, and a similar model already exists in the Chinese market. 

They call it the OnePlus Ace 2V and it’ll share mostly identical specifications, but the Indian model could have a different primary sensor.

It is most likely to be offered with a 1.5K high-resolution AMOLED display with 120Hz, and a flagship Dimensity 9000 SOC. 

The smartphone will run Oxygen OS 13 out of the box, and the design does feature the signature OnePlus Alert Slider. 

2. Realme 11 Series

Realme plans to replace its Realme 10 series which was launched just a couple of months ago with the Realme 11 series as the phonemaker usually launches number series twice a year.

Again, the specs are known as the 11 Pro+ is already out in China. 

It will be packed with a 120Hz curved 1080P OLED screen, the MediaTek Dimensity 7050 chip, a 5000mAh battery with 100W of fast charging, a new flashy back design, a standout spec a 200MP primary sensor.

So far, there are not any pricing leaks yet, but since the Realme 10 Pro+ started at 24,999 for the base 8+128 GB model, then it can carry the same price tag or maybe a few thousand rupees extra thanks to the celebrity endorsements and new hardware.

3. iQOO Neo 7 Pro

This is a popular phone for gamers under 30,000 rupees. Again, as with most phones in this list,  it is already out in Chinese markets, so the specs are known.

Neo 7 Pro falls in a very competitive segment, which is around 35,000 INR. 

It has a fully clocked Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 version on the TSMC Fabrication and is very beneficial to gamers. 

Further, it adds extensive cooling systems, works with game developers, and has neat software features for gamers. 

Its base model could start at 128 or 256GB, and expected at a price of 35,000 INR. 

Its features include a 120Hz AMOLED 1080P screen, 1/1.57″ primary sensor, 8MP ultra-wide, and 2MP Macro with a 5000mAh battery and 120W of fast wired charging.

The phone could launch around June 20.

4. Samsung Galaxy F54

This smartphone is already out in other markets under a different name- the Galaxy M54. 

For the unawares, Samsung differentiates their Amazon and Flipkart listings with the M and F series names  respectively in India.

But they mostly overlap in design and specifications.

So, M54 has standard midrange specs and the usual Samsung perks like One UI ecosystem benefits and feature-packed software. 

As we know that Samsung’s camera processing is one of the best in the industry, so the upcoming F54 will probably have one of the best cameras in the target price range.

But, it will also come with the typical Samsung mid-range phone weakness such as pricing and the chipset. 

This Phone could hit a whopping 34,999 mark and might sell online at 29,999 since the box price is typically much higher than the retail price.

 This is a massive bump from the sub-25K pricing of the M53, but it’s still worth waiting for since the specifications are better than the A34, and we might see the price go lower during offers. 

Its 6000mAh battery is a selling point, but let down by lackluster charging speed.

The smartphone maker will be launching the Galaxy A54 on June 6 in India.

5. Motorola Razr 40 Series

Motorola will be launching the Moto Razr 40 and Razr 40 Ultra, the two new competitive flip-style foldable phones and an Indian launch would happen soon, according to the officials. 

 The Phone has already come out in global markets in May, so, we can expect these phones to launch in India this month.

As we know, the Razr 40 has a 7 Gen 1 chip with severe heating concerns and a relatively large 4200 mAh battery. 

The handset has a 1.5″ cover screen and a 144Hz 1080P panel, with 60Hz on the cover screen. 

The Razr 40 Ultra comes with a large 3.6″ cover display with LTPO and 144. 

Its inner screen refreshes at 165Hz and has a smaller 3800 mAh battery.

The main difference comes with the SOC powering the two phones since the Ultra has the 8+ Gen 1 SOC. 

Here,  8+ Gen 1 uses a 4nm TSMC node thus giving it an edge in performance and thermals.

The Razr 40 could start at around 60,000 INR, and the Ultra could go as high as 95,000. 

So far, Motorola didn’t specify a launch date, but the launch is assumed in the middle of June.

6. Infinix Note 30 Series

This phone has a 120Hz IPS LCD, the MediaTek Helio G99 SOC, and a 64MP primary camera. 

With 45W charging and a 5000 mAh battery, it is a pretty decent phone with a rumored 14,999 launch price.

 The Note 30 series is going to compete with the Tecno Camon 20.

While, the Note 30 Pro has the same G99 SOC and skips the ultra-wide but has a 108MP primary camera. 

This also brings 68W wired and 15W wireless charging and a 120Hz AMOLED screen, all for mostly under 20,000 INR.

So far, there is no official release schedule for the Infinix Note 30 series and we could see it in either June or July.

7. Tecno Camon 20 Series

This series was announced in May, and we’ll finally see the official launch in June. 

The smartphone has an underwhelming G85 SOC and 60Hz AMOLED with no wide angle, making it hard to recommend. 

It is priced at Rs 14,999 in India.

The Camon 20 Pro comes with slightly better specs with a 120Hz AMOLED screen and a 64MP primary camera with OIS. 

It offers an excellent Dimensity 8050 chip for the asking price of 19,999 and has a 5000mAh battery and 33W fast charging.

For camera, it offers a 108MP ultra-wide, which you don’t find in phones that are double the price.

The handset has a 1/1.56″ primary sensor and OIS, 45W charging, and a 5000mAh battery.

8. Oppo Reno 10 series

So far, Oppo Reno 10 series launch is not officially confirmed, but it’s mostly happening in June or July. 

The Reno 10 Pro+ will be offering a 1.5K AMOLED 120Hz display, and the 8+ Gen 1, but a 64MP 3X periscope for even better zoom flexibility. 

For pricing, the Pro+ might be around 55,000 in India.

Similarly, the Pro could launch for about 45,000, mostly 35,000 for the vanilla Reno 10 model.

9. Vivo V29 Pro (Vivo S17 Pro)

The Vivo V29 Pro is expected to launch on the 8th of June for a price tag of about 40,000 INR.

It is likely to ship with a 1.5K 120Hz AMOLED screen, an IMX766V as the primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide, and a 12MP 2X telephoto. 

The phone is packed with excellent specifications with the Dimensity 8200 and 66 or 80W of fast wired charging.

10. Realme GT3 240W

Realme GT3 240W launch might happen in either June or July in India. 

This phone shares near-identical specifications with the OnePlus 11R further swaps out the curved panel for a flat one, making it more gamer focused.

Similar to the OnePlus 11R, it has the same IMX890+ 8MP+ 2MP camera setup as the and the same 8+ Gen 1 SOC. 

It has some lights on the back, and the marquee feature is 240W of fast charging which can go from 1% to 100% in just ten minutes.

 So, it has an extremely fast charging, nearly double the charging speed of the OnePlus 11R.

Notably, these are just laboratory tests, and practical results may ultimately vary since 240W is just the peak charging number and not the sustained wattage this phone charges.

11. Realme GT Neo 5 SE

In closer observation to this list, you will find out  that there’s a trend that most of the launches are around the 40,000 or 30,000 INR segment. 

And why not as this segment is the most competitive right now, and the 500$+ market is rapidly growing, even in India.

The Neo 5 SE’s specs are promising with a 1080P 144Hz AMOLED display, the 7+ Gen 2 SOC, a massive 5500mAh battery with 100W of crazy fast charging, and the cameras seem to be the only weakness. 

It has an standard OV64B (64MP)+ 8MP+ 2MP, and you can get better cameras at this price.

It is expected at a 29,999 starting price for the base model and could be launched in June as it is coming out in China on 9th of June.

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