6 Super smartphones with features you have never seen before

The year 2017 has seen the launch of various super smartphones offering features that you have never seen before

Here are 6 latest smartphones boasting of ‘world’s-first’ features

Asus Zenfone AR: 8GB RAM

Asus launched the world's first 8GB smartphone Zenfone AR.

ZenFone AR is the world’s first 5.7-inch smartphone with Tango and Daydream by Google. Tango is an impressive new augmented reality technology in Asus Zenfone AR that changes the way you interact with the world and expands your vision. And with Daydream, you can experience high-quality, immersive virtual reality with your phone.

LG G6: Dolby Vision viewing technology

LG's G6 is claimed to be the world's first smartphone to feature Dolby Vision viewing technology.

LG G6 was unveiled at the recent Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, boasts ‘Full Vision’ display with 18:9 aspect ratio.

LG G6 capture life’s breathtaking views with Dual 13MP rear cameras. The 125° wide-angle lens allows you to capture photos and videos with a wider perspective

The LG G6 makes taking great selfies effortless with an enhanced front camera that automatically snaps a picture when a face is in frame—no buttons required.

Huawei P10 Plus: 4.5G connectivity support

Huawei P10 is claimed to be the first smartphone to boast of 4.5G LTE connectivity with 4x4 MIMO Technology for faster speeds.

The smartphone will be launched in 4GB and 6GB RAM variants. The company also launched its younger sibling, Huawei P10.

ZTE Gigabit Phone: 5G connectivity support

ZTE has unveiled its the world’s first smartphone to support 5G connectivity.

Dubbed as Gigabit Phone, the device is capable of achieving peak download speeds of up to 1  Gbps, which is up to 10 times faster than the first generation of 4G service used today.

Sony Xperia XZ Premium: 4K HDR display

Sony unveiled its Xperia XZ Premium smartphone at the recent Mobile World Congress 2017 tradeshow.

The smartphone is claimed as world's first to come with 4K HDR display, the Japanese company is the first to bring 4K resolution displays to smartphones.