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Of all the devices coming soon, the HTC One M9 is the device that we know the most about. That's aided by HTC announcing its MWC 2015 press conference on 1 March, when you will see this device announced.
You can expect HTC to stick to a premium metal design, as well as offering those forward facing BoomSound speakers. The HTC One M9 is rumoured to launch with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset and 3GB of RAM, suggesting plenty of power.
Samsung didn't have the success it wanted with the SGS5, so we might see something of a revision of the format for the SGS6. Rumours of a metal-bodied phone are circulating, and with the A/Alpha being something of a test bed for a new generation of devices, full metal makes sense.
We'd expect the SGS6 to offer a display around 5.2-inches, but it's still not known whether it will be Quad HD or stick to full HD resolution. We suspect Samsung will step up to 2560 x 1440 pixels to fend off Korean rivals LG.
the Xperia Z3 is fairly recent - and a very good phone - but it looks like Sony could already be preparing the next update to its flagship device. Arguably it doesn't need to, but the Xperia Z4 or Z3S will probably see an early-2015 launch.
Of all the devices forthcoming, least is known about Sony's plans. We're predicting a Sony press conference at MWC 2015.
There's plenty of speculation around HTC's plans for 2015, with rumour and counter-rumour. There's been a suggestion that HTC is using dummy devices to throw people off the trail of what's to come. But it looks like M9 launch might see more than one device.
The rumour of the HTC One M9 Plus has come up a couple of times, suggesting that there's going to be a bigger device launched alongside the regular M9. There's talk of a 5.5-inch display, so it's not much bigger than the 5-inches that we think the M9 will have.