11. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the latest in the company’s lineup, and it’s very clear why so many people around the world like Huawei smartphones – at least at the high end of the Samsung Galaxy S9
10. Samsung Galaxy S9
The 303 / 5000Galaxy S9 is a magnificent smartphone with almost every feature under the sun. It sports the latest glasses, better screen, one of the best cameras you can get in a smartphone, a great design, wireless charging, water resistance and some other features that make the Galaxy S9 a purchase unthinkable.
9. iPhone 8 Plus
The iPhone 8 Plus is good to consider if you want the essence of the iPhone experience. It may come with an outdated design, but it comes with the same chip as the iPhone X and a dual-lens camera, where one of the lenses is a dedicated optical sound lens.
8. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
The Galaxy S9 Plus is basically a larger version of the regular Galaxy S9, but has a dual-lens camera system, where the secondary lens serves as a 2x zoom lens. The Plus model also comes with more RAM than the regular S9, which aids in overall performance speed.
7. iPhone X
The 355 / 5000Apple no longer sells the iPhone X, but is still widely available in carrier stores for $ 900.
The iPhone X may run on last year’s A11 chip, but many iPhone X users are not noticing much change in performance compared to the iPhone XS with the newer A12 chip. This is probably thanks to iOS 12 and the extra optimism.
6. LG V40
I am happy to finally put an LG phone towards the bottom of this list. The LG V40 is a great smartphone with all the usual features of the high-end Android phone, and comes with a three-lens rear camera system that offers users the best dexterity in taking photos.
5. iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max
The $ 1,000 iPhone XS and $ 1,100 iPhone XS Max offer the best in Apple design, performance and features. They are technically the best iPhones you can buy, but their position on this list is determined by their high price tags.
4. Samsung Galaxy Note 9
469/5000 The Galaxy Note 9 is the best Android smartphone that Samsung has released. It has a large 6.4 inch screen that looks fantastic with Samsung technology. Combined with high power specs, it is true productivity and hard work machines. I have recently come to evaluate the Soul Pen S to take notes in prompting an opinion and keeping me organized, and this gives me more precision for the tasks I would usually spare for a computer.
3. Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL
The 440/5000800 Pixel 3 and 900 Pixel 3 XL have the best smartphone cameras in the business, hands down.
They also lead Google’s vision of Android, which is clean, well-designed, and receives Android updates the moment Google releases them. This is something that some Android sites can boast.
The new Pixel 3 phones also come with dual-lens selfie cameras – one of the lenses takes regular selfies, and the other takes wide-angle selfies.
2. iPhone XR
In almost every aspect, you get the same experience as the iPhone XS series, except for the larger screens and a lower resolution LCD screen compared to a higher OLED screen and a dual-lens camera. But, in my mind, all those extras from the iPhone XS series are not worth the extra $ 250.
At $ 750, the iPhone XR is a great value for an iPhone with such a large screen and the latest specs. It’s just a shame not having an iPhone phone under $ 700 for those who like smaller screens.
1. OnePlus 6T
The OnePlus 6T does not come with many features that other phones on this list have, such as wireless charging, official water resistance ratings, dedicated zoom or ultra-wide-angle lenses, or an ultra-sharp 1440p display. And yet, he wins first place on this list.
That’s because it does the things it does so well, like looking good, taking pictures, using Android and apps, charging quickly, and taking a long time to just charge the battery. And it does all those things for a base price tag of $ 550 compared to $ 750 + price tags on smartphones. Translated.