In April 2010, Canon released the EOS 550D. The year after that in March 2011, the company followed it up with the EOS 600D. This year, we’re expecting to see another mid-level DSLR successor—namely the Canon EOS 650D—launched sometime in June.
We don’t know much about the upcoming EOS 650D, although some of its specs have leaked. Rumors state that it will have an 18-megapixel CMOS sensor but we don’t know whether it’ll be the same one in last year’s 600D model. Supposedly, it will also have a 9-point autofocus system and continuous autofocus in live view and video recording modes. Lastly, it will allegedly come with a touchscreen LCD display that was not present in the previous 550D and 600D models. That’s all we know so far, unfortunately, so we’ll have to wait a little bit longer for a more comprehensive list of specs.