Price: Starting at 3,299 Chinese yuan (about $530)
Global availability: TBA (one configuration will support US LTE networks)
What to expect: Chinese phonemaker Xiaomi recently took the wraps off of its Mi Mix 2S phone, which comes with a Snapdragon 845 processor, up to 8GB of RAM, and a big 6-inch screen with tiny bezels (just look out for that selfie cam on the bottom).
Global availability: April 2018 (it won't sell in the US)
What to expect: The new Nokia 8 Sirocco flagship features a much more premium design than the standard Nokia 8, thanks to curved edges and a larger display. It also boasts premium hardware like a Snapdragon 835 processor and dual-rear cameras.
What to expect: It's official, but we don't know when it's coming. OnePlus tends to announce its latest flagship phone in late spring or early summer, and with the OnePlus 5T currently sold out in some markets we're eager for its next phone.
Global availability: April 2018 (through Amazon and Best Buy)
What to expect: Like Sony's other Xperia phones, the Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact, come with some serious camera abilities like shooting HDR photos with 4K resolution and super slow motion video at 1080p resolution. The duo is pretty similar on paper, but the XZ2 Compact is smaller with a 5-inch display, versus the XZ2's 5.7-inch display.
Photos of what is apparently the Motorola Moto G6 were spotted TENAA, China's Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center. This comes after news that Lenovo, the company that owns Motorola, will be announcing new phones in April. Perhaps the Moto G5 follow-up will be one of them.
Price: Starting at 179 euros and 269 euros (about $220 and $330)
Global availability: TBD (they won't sell in the US)
What toexpect: The Blade V9 and the cheaper V9 Vita are two different budget phones that offer large screen-to-body ratios and dual-cameras for less money. Just don't expect them to blow you away with their specs.