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Best New Phone 2019

best new phone 2019: The Best top 20 new smartphones 2019, Choose the new phone that is best for you
The Best top 20 new smartphones 2019

The Best top 20 new smartphones 2019

Choose the new phone that is best for you

Now that we have become CES 2019 and MWC 2019 at the back, we have a list of the powerful phones we have stood against each other - competition will surely become tougher once you fold it and the 5G phones begin to reach the market. 

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At the front of the package is the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, the Galaxy S10e, and the Galaxy S10, the least specialized. Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL from Google compete for the best camera phone and continue to excel.

iPhone XS, XS Max and iPhone XR with low prices from Apple are still ranked first. On the other end of the price spectrum, there is the new OnePlus 6T, which falls under its competitors with good specifications. 

It is also part of our best cheap phones. Among the best Samsung phones, the Galaxy S9 Plus and Note 9, which are also on our list of best gaming phones.

It may be difficult to keep track of all the great phones in the market, but we have tested everything better and identified which one stands above the rest. 

We have all the specifications and details for your comparison and detailed calculations about the performance of each phone. 

Whenever a new phone appears, we will see how it accumulates in front of the current list of the best new smartphones in 2019

So whether you're excited about coming out of a new iPhone or Android or hearing that a new phone 2019 has the best specifications, you can see it among the best smartphones here.

With all phones ready for comparison, we'll show you one thing. The best phone is not simply the new iPhone, although our list consists of familiar names: Apple, Samsung, Google and LG, all in the top 20.

We experience the latest and latest phones (sometimes) in comprehensive mobile phone reviews. This is our business. We are here to separate the better from the average. 

To move to our US March 2019 list, we have adopted the newly updated rating system on many factors: design, performance, battery life, camera quality, and consistency software updates. The truth is that they are all very close, but you want to get away with your biggest phone.

Why we have more than just one number: Your personal preference between iOS 12 and Android Pie can connect you to another device besides our top-rated phone. 

Nobody in the US wants to get rid of iMessages, and we understand that. Similarly, Android is better for many people who want to tamper with their settings - this is Google's specialty with its mobile operating system.

Similarly, your contract with AT&T or Verizon or Sprint or T-Mobile is a preference. The best phone for AT&T may not be available in the contract on Verizon, and vice versa. We need to keep this in mind when recommending phones.

If you have not noticed it the first time, alert the spoiler, our best choice is not only iPhone XS from Apple or Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. We are not predictable. Before you close a contract or a binding link to a costly locked phone, check out our best phonebook, which is updated regularly.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

20. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

New phone with some new features

Release Date: March 2019 | Weight: 175g / 198g (Ceramic) Dimensions: 157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8 mm Operating System: Android Pie Screen size: 6.4 inches Resolution: 3040 × 1440 CPU: Snapdragon 855 | RAM: 8 / 12GB Storage Capacity: 128/512 GB / 1TB (up to 1.5TB with card) | Battery: 4,100mAh Rear Camera: 12MP + 12MP + 16MP Front Camera: 10MP + 8MP.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is the best new phone you can get from Android now if you're using the specs only. Of course, as the first flagship in 2019, the new Snapdragon 855 processor is emerging prominently here with better performance than the phones that closed in 2018. 

Add a few new (but not essential) features to Samsung's stunning, ever-present display and design as well as specifications Supreme and you have the real flagship - for the real leading price, of course, starting from 999/9999 pounds sterling / 1499 USD / 3599 AED.

Screen: The Super AMOLED 6.4-inch screen is great, but that's not surprising. It is the same size as the Galaxy Note 9, and much larger than the Galaxy S9 Plus' 6.2 "screen. 

The "Infinity O" screen gives up the hole in the top right corner. Yes, it is twice the hole in the S10 and S10e, but how will the extra camera fit? This option (and thin frames) offers an amazing screen rate of 93.1%, keeping the phone as thin as possible.

Battery Life: The 4,100mAh battery and the S10 Plus' is the largest Samsung yet, just past the last 9,000mAh memo and beyond the 3,500mAh one in the Galaxy S9 Plus. 

Although this did not increase the battery life of the new phone from its predecessors, it continued throughout the day by 10% to 30% to get out of our regular tests. This, of course, with standard settings: raise the resolution from Full HD + to QHD +, brighten the screen or keep it longer, and will drain the battery faster.

Camera: The S10 Plus has three cameras on the back: a 12-megapixel camera, a telephoto lens with a 12-megapixel optical zoom and a brand new 16 mega lens. We found that the image quality is somewhat variable - perhaps because of the double-aperture main lens - with good performance but not fixed in low-light. 

Not exactly suited to the night vision mode of Google Pixel 3, but it still outperforms most other camera phones on the market. These front-facing cameras allow the depth of images in vertical mode, which deserves a larger gap in the screen gap.

Miniature: After some time using the standard Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e, we can definitely say that the S10 Plus beats it. It has the best specifications, cameras and battery life for the whole set, not much more expensive than other models. 

If you want a phone to blow up every other device out of the water in early 2019 - in addition to the fingerprint sensor on the screen and reverse charging - this is your only real choice.



iPhone XS Max
iPhone XS Max

19. iPhone XS Max


Release Date: September 2018 | Weight: 208 g Dimensions: 157.5 x 77.4 x 7.7 mm Operating System: iOS 12 | Screen size: 6.5 inches Resolution: 1242 × 2688 | CPU: A12 Bionic | RAM: 4GB Storage: 64/256 / 512GB Battery: 3,174mAh Rear Camera: 12MP + 12MP Front Camera: 7MP

iPhone XS Max is the new big Apple iPhone with a 6.5-inch widescreen screen that can not be missed if you're looking for the best phone running iOS 12. It's fast, has a fantastic screen display and gives you a great experience Photos from the dual-lens rear camera 12-megapixel camera.

Screen: The 6.5 "OLED screen is the reason why iPhone XS Max chose its smaller 5.8-inch iPhone XS. The phone is still the size of the iPhone Plus, but thanks to the onscreen screen (minus the slit cut at the top), you can get more properties. It looks more colorful than the old iPhone LCDs too.

Battery Life: You'll get the best battery life from an iPhone XS Max simply because it has more battery space. The 3,174mAh capacity is not the largest (Samsung Note 9 is 4000mAh), but Apple's ownership of both software and hardware means it has been intelligently improved. You will get a battery that lasts all day long even with heavy use.

Camera: This is the best iPhone camera ever made, even if the rear camera number did not change the 12-megapixel lens several years ago. It's all about the software inside and how the A12 chipset interprets the scenes using Smart HDR. It's here in Google Pixel 2 and Samsung Galaxy Note 9, even if Apple's images tend to be less clear in our tests and more realistic.

Small rule: This is an iPhone for anyone who wants something new and does not care about its costs. The iPhone XS Max is expensive, but it's the best upgrade if you're using large screens and an Apple ecosystem, such as the App Store and iMessage. The iPhone XS is a good choice if you have a smaller hand, and your iPhone XR might be better if you have a smaller wallet.



Google Pixel 3
Google Pixel 3


18. Google Pixel 3

The best camera on the new phone

Release Date: October 2018 | Weight: 148 grams Dimensions: 145.6 x 68.2 x 7.9 mm Operating System: Android Pie Screen size: 5.5 inches Resolution: 1080 × 2160 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 | RAM: 4GB Storage Capacity: 64 GB / 128/256 GB Battery: 2,915mAh Rear Camera: 12.2MP Front Camera: Dual 8MP

Google Pixel 3 was launched in October, offering some internal upgrades, better camera performance, a second front camera, and a better screen than the previous one. As with previous pixels, when it comes to smartphone cameras, this is a big competitor.

Screen: Pixel 3 extends the previous model screen to 5.5 inches by 18: 9 aspect ratio. No cracks take up any screen area either. Rich colors on the OLED display, thanks to dual front speakers, they make the flow device useful.

Battery Life: The 2,915 mAh battery does not interest you in a modern smartphone. However, while maintaining us, it is not difficult to get battery life throughout the day. If you do not pick up a lot of images, it may be easier to get a full day battery, but with this good camera, it may be hard to avoid.

Camera: Pixel 2 cameras are the best selling point. In the background, the 12.2-megapixel sensor associated with Google's great enhancement works to capture stunning images in most situations. Optical image stabilization certainly helps too. Photo enthusiasts are rewarded with dual front cameras that can take pictures at different viewing angles.

Miniature: The Pixel 3 is strong inside, and although its design is not the most exciting of 2018, nor is it its battery, it is about the camera in the end. With Google's talent for photo enhancement, this phone can almost sell itself using the camera alone.

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Samsung S10e
Samsung S10e

17. Samsung Galaxy S10e

Release date: March 2019 | Weight: 150g | Dimensions: 142.2 x 69.9 x 7.9mm OS: Android Pie | Screen size: 5.8-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 2280 | CPU: Snapdragon 855 | RAM: 6 / 8GB Storage: 128 / 256GB Battery: 3,100mAh Rear camera: 12MP + 16MP | Front camera: 10MP

The Samsung S10e is the littlest (and least pricey) sibling of the S10 line in both size and features. While it loses out on a few of the cutting-edge features like the in-screen fingerprint scanner and a telephoto lens, its remaining arsenal of flags specs, ultrawide camera, and good interface make the S10e a standout at a discount. Plus, it's small enough to use one-handed.

Screen: The 5.8-inch AMOLED screen is crisp and sharp, with enough bright colors and customization options to tweak to your liking. While it's nice that the budget flag of the S10 line has an OLED screen (unlike the iPhone XR with its LCD display), it's not an as high resolution as its bigger siblings, capping out at 1080 x 2280 pixels to the S10 and S10 Plus' 1440 x 3040 pixel maximum.

Battery life: A 3,100mAh capacity is not the largest battery on the market, but it will see you through the day and may last longer than you think thanks to the phone's smaller screen. 

You'll need to stretch it out if you plan to use Wireless PowerShare, the S10 line's new feature that lets you donate battery charge to another Qi-charging device. Do not worry, it will not drain yours to oblivion: the feature shuts down when your phone hits 30% battery.

Camera: Considering the standard Galaxy S9 had a single lens, the S10e is a major upgrade with its two useful cameras. The first is the standard 12 MP, f / 1.5-2.4 Dual Aperture lens found in the phone's predecessor (switching between the two in day/night shots), while the second is a 16MP f / 2.2 ultrawide lens that manages the 123-degree field of view. While the phone misses the 2x telephoto of the other S10 phones, its ultrawide is far more useful.

Mini distinct: The S10e is a fantastic little phone, perfect for anyone who wants to use their flagship phone one-handed - or just wants all the best specs at a lower price. While it's still more expensive than midrange phones or the current value champion, the OnePlus 6T, the S10e has more features and cutting-edge specs to push it beyond the competition.



OnePlus 6T
OnePlus 6T

16. OnePlus 6T


Release Date: October 2018 | Weight: 185 g Dimensions: 157.5 x 74.8 x 8.2 mm Operating System: Android Pie Screen size: 6.41 inches Resolution: 1080 × 2340 CPU: Snapdragon 845 | RAM: 6 / 8GB Storage: 128 / 256GB Battery: 3700mAh Rear Camera: 16MP + 20MP Front Camera: 16MP

Following the trend in recent years, OnePlus released an iterative update on OnePlus 6T. The new phone does not significantly change the interior of the phone, but the design has been modified with some exciting enhancements that can challenge the best.

Screen: The new OnePlus 6T is the most exciting part of the device. It's a huge 6.21-inch AMOLED screen, and although the resolution is only 1080 × 2340 (not as sharp as the most expensive competitors), OnePlus has made the screen dominate the space on the front of the phone. It has shrunk to a very low level, and the coup de grace is a fingerprint scanner under the screen.

Battery Life: The OnePlus 6T occupies a 3,700 mAh battery. In our tests, it was easy to enter for a whole day. With fast charging, it is not difficult to add it to extra battery life if you use the phone a lot on any given day.

Camera: The back of the OnePlus 6T has two good cameras, with a wide aperture. There are a 16-megapixel wide-angle camera and a 20-megapixel secondary sensor. They take great pictures that may not beat the best competitors, but they approach satisfactorily. To capture sharp Sylvie images, the front camera has a 16-megapixel sensor.

Miniature rule: Although the OnePlus 6T offers it, it is impressive that it is at a low price. Value display in 6P OnePlus is very good, anyone looking for quality key without a high price has a good choice here.

Read more: OnePlus 6T


Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Samsung Galaxy Note 9

15. Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Release Date: August 2018 | Weight: 205g Dimensions: 162 x 76.4 x 9 mm Operating System: Android Oreo | Screen size: 6.4 inches Resolution: 2960 × 1440 CPU: Exynos 9810 | RAM: 6 / 8GB Storage Capacity: 128/512 GB (up to 1 TB with card) Battery: 4000mAh Rear Camera: 12MP + 12MP Front Camera: 8MP
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the best phone you can buy today if you are not ashamed of its basic price of $ 1000 for 128 GB. The 512 GB model is $ 1,250. But when combined with a 512GB microSD card, this version gives you the first 1TB - bigger than many laptops sold in the United States.

Screen: The Samsung Infinity 6.4 "screen is slightly larger (longer, but actually narrower than Note 8) and wraps around the sides for a curved and gentle look. Samsung is anti-bezel and prong. What you may not see at first is the extreme brightness of the display and the color reproduction. It is impressive when you see it personally.

Battery Life: Note 9 contains a 4000 mAh battery which is the main reason we liked it on the S9 Plus, the second-best phone in the United States. Capacity is 14.2% higher than S9 Plus and 33.3% greater than S9. Continue throughout the day with heavy use and deep on the second day with normal use. You can also charge via wireless easily, and quickly recharge the battery at 17% in 15 minutes.

Camera: Note 9 is great, just like the S9 Plus six months ahead, and has the added advantage of taking pictures from a distance of up to 30 feet via Bluetooth S Pen. Samsung also added smart intelligence to the camera that automatically adjusts white balance and color based on the scene you discover. 

The camera, like Google Pixel 2, works in low light (sometimes better, sometimes worse, but not much either way), and the default camera application is more powerful (than the Google app), yet it remains simplified and proactive. It lacks HDR video recording, which appears on other Android and Sony Android phones.

Miniature: Note 9 is larger in all respects, including the price. It's one of the most expensive phones in the United States, where there's iPhone X. Directly, but you get a better camera and more storage space (and a microSD slot) for your money. The battery is bigger, too. Samsung packs a lot in its smartphone all day using a stylus.



IPhone XR
IPhone XR

14. iPhone XR

More affordable than the new iPhone

Release Date: October 2018 | Weight: 194 grams Dimensions: 150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3 mm Operating System: iOS 12 | Screen size: 6.1 inches Resolution: 1792 × 828 | CPU: A12 Bionic | RAM: 3GB Storage: 64/128 / 256GB Battery: 2,942mAh Rear Camera: 12MP Front Camera: 7MP
iPhone XR release from Apple after iPhone XS and XS Max released shortly before. But thanks to its low price, it offers a more affordable option than XS models. 

For some, strong interior parts associated with a large screen and low price will make a strong purchase, especially thanks to the surprisingly good battery.

Screen: The iPhone XR is not the strongest selling point, as it is a significant reduction. The resolution is less than the full HD, and it is not a battery-friendly OLED display. However, the Liquid Retina LCD screen used still has its bright and brilliant colors. Despite this, the 6.1-inch screen provides a lot of real estates.

Battery Life: Although this is the most expensive iPhone to be released in the latest set of Apple, the battery life is distinguished. Thanks to the Bionic A12 and chipset and less accuracy, the battery performance is superb, making it the first iPhone to have a full day's rest of the use in our tests without our concern.

Camera: While other iPhones have dual background cameras, the iPhone XR has only one sensor. To take regular photos, you do a wonderful job though. The lack of a second camera also reduces the quality of portrait mode images. But critics came largely compared to other major cameras.

Miniature: The iPhone XR has all the performance of its most expensive brothers at home. The camera and screen may not be impressive, but where they really amaze the battery life. If you want an iPhone with a battery you will not always worry about it, the XR device is the device.

Read more: Review iPhone XR


Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Huawei Mate 20 Pro


13. Huawei Mate 20 Pro


Date of issue: November 2018 | Weight: 189 grams Dimensions: 157.8 x 72.3 x 8.6 mm Operating System: Android 9 | Screen size: 6.39 inches Resolution: 1440 × 3120 | CPU: Kirin 980 | RAM: 8GB Storage: 256 GB | Battery: 4200mAh Rear Camera: 40MP + 20MP + 8MP Front Camera: 24MP

Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the best phone from the Chinese company so far, offering a great combination of design, strength, and performance with a few concerts that have also been put forward.

It is based on the premium P20 and P20 Pro, which provide more screen, enhanced tri-cameras and a screen scanner.

The screen: The Mate 20 Pro offers a huge 6.39-inch screen, giving you tremendous space for games and movies, and the accuracy of QHD and HDR10 ensures everything looks great. There is a wide degree at the top of the screen though.

Battery Life: You will get a great battery life from the Mate 20 Pro, and we have regularly achieved one and a half days of use from one shipment during our review time with the headset.

Camera: The Mate 20 Pro comes with three cameras at the rear, which takes up the 40-megapixel wide-angle and 8-megapixel zoom lens from the P20 Pro - but the new sensor is new. It's a 16-megapixel widescreen that lets you get more of your surroundings in every shot.

Miniature: The Mate 20 Pro is a full-featured phone at a full price - it even has some tricks you will not see anywhere else, and features are more powerful than most of its competitors.

Read more: Huawei Mate 20 Pro


Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10

12. Samsung Galaxy S10

Release Date: March 2019 | Weight: 157g | Dimensions: 149.9 x 70.4 x 7.8 mm Operating System: Android 9 | Screen size: 6.1 inches Resolution: 1440 × 3040 CPU: Snapdragon 855 / Exynos 9820 | RAM: 8GB Storage: 128 / 512GB Battery: 3400mAh Rear Camera: 12MP + 12MP + 16MP Front camera: 10MP

The S10 Plus is the best phone from Samsung, but the standard S10 supports almost all of the high-end features in the form of a compact factor and at a slightly lower price. 

However, the S10e loses a few of these at a lower cost, putting the S10 standard in an awkward place. The Middle Child is a wonderful phone but is surrounded by both of his brothers, who have more willing outlets in the smartphone market.

Screen: With a 6.1-inch screen, you will not get exactly a small screen with the standard S10, but Samsung has reduced its dimensions more than the S9, keeping the dimensions surprisingly compact. You can also get a fingerprint scanner embedded in the screen, which means there is no rear scanner for a smooth back cover.

Battery Life: The battery has grown in the S10 compared to the battery in the S9, but with the increased screen size, I still look at battery life throughout the day at night. The S10 also contains Samsung's new PowerShare Share, allowing you to charge other devices wirelessly at the back of your phone.

Camera: Like the S10 Plus, the Galaxy S10's three cameras are among the best in the market, building on the excellent S9 series by offering more features, imaging modes, and overall clarity.

Microphone: The Samsung Galaxy S10 gets the right upgrades, new lenses, and fun new features. You'll like all these powerful features, while your friends will have the new Wireless PowerShare feature - it helps them more than others.

Read More: reviews of the Samsung Galaxy S10


iPhone XS
iPhone XS


11. iPhone XS


Release Date: September 2018 | Weight: 177 g Dimensions: 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm Operating System: iOS 12 | Screen size: 5.8 inches Resolution: 1125x2436 | CPU: A12 Bionic | RAM: 4GB Storage: 64/256 / 512GB Battery: 2,658mAh Rear Camera: 12MP + 12MP Front Camera: 7MP

The iPhone XS is a secondary upgrade but important compared to the latest iPhone design last year. It is noticeably faster and has an improved dual-lens camera to make it a better option if you're willing to pay the same price as the launch. 

The new iPhone looks no bigger than 5.8 inches from the outside, but if you want a more affordable one-handed size for your iPhone, this is the device to buy.

Screen: The 5.8-inch OLED display on this iPhone is great, but it's not a fire extinguisher for some people who can not literally handle the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max (which we like a bit more in our big gloves). 

This phone size is not much larger than the old iPhone 7 or iPhone 6 with a 4.7-inch touch screen - although you will miss the Touch ID button at home. You'll forget it when you stare at the colorful OLED display, which is more dreamy than the old LCD screen from the iPhone.

Battery Life: The iPhone XS has the same battery life as the iPhone X, so you will get a full battery life throughout the day with normal use. Power users may struggle a bit without one of the best power banks. Although Apple says the battery life is 30 minutes longer than the iPhone X, the smaller capacity and our tests show that they are shy of this claim.

Camera: This is where you'll see differences in the familiar iPhone XS. The dual-lens camera provides intelligent HDR and optical image stabilization (OIS) technology. Not as vivid as the cameras on Google Pixel 2 or the Samsung Galaxy S9, but you'll get realistic images that make the iPhone 2018 a worthwhile upgrade.

Miniature provision: Although it is still expensive, the iPhone XS is the best phone we have for someone who wants to use iOS 12 and does not want to spend more money on the iPhone XS Max. You have your limits, and maybe 5.8 inches and $ 1000.

Read more: iPhone XS


Google Pixel 3 XL
Google Pixel 3 XL


10. Google Pixel 3 XL


Date of issue: November 2018 | Weight: 184 g Dimensions: 158 x 76.7 x 7.9 mm Operating System: Android 9 | Screen Size: 6.3 inches Resolution: 1440 × 2960 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 | RAM: 4GB Storage Capacity: 64 GB / 128 GB Battery: 3,430mAh Rear Camera: 12.2MP Front Camera: 8MP + 8MP

Google Pixel 3 XL offers higher internal tools and a projected screen for the latest frequency for a larger phone from Google. They have the same great cameras as the smaller brothers, but they have more screen and more batteries. Unfortunately, this also means high prices.

Screen: Pixel 3 XL has a large 6.3 "OLED screen with 18.5: 18 aspect ratio. HDR support and 1440 × 2960 resolution. The viewing experience is good, although this screen has a somewhat chunky degree that may not satisfy everybody.

Battery Life: In the tests we conducted, we found that the 3,430mAh battery would be great. Power users can have a full day, and ordinary users are likely to find themselves getting a day and a half. Some battery performance is likely to come from a good battery upgrade in Android Pie. Fast charging and fast wireless charging throughout the display.

Camera: Pixel 3 XL has the cameras to win. Google knows how to make a good camera that goes far beyond the specifications sheet. Uses a 12.2-megapixel back-end sensor, but improved software helps it surpass other smartphone cameras in almost all cases. Front-facing cameras also offer more personal photo enthusiasts.

Miniature: The Pixel 3 XL improves according to the design of previous generations, which fits more of the screen in almost the same size. It also manages battery life which should satisfy more. Best of all, the camera is better than anything else you'll find (except Pixel 3, which is equally good).

Read more: Google Pixel 3 XL review


Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus


9. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus


Release Date: March 2018 | Weight: 189 grams Dimensions: 158.1 x 73.8 x 8.5 mm Operating System: Android Oreo | Screen size: 6.2 inches Resolution: 1440 × 2960 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 / Xenus 9810 | RAM: 6GB Storage Capacity: 64 GB / 128 GB Battery: 3500mAh Rear Camera: Dual 12MP Front Camera: 8MP

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is the second-best phone you can buy today for anyone who does not use the pen. It is a little cheaper and marginally smaller than Note 9. 

It is still a large widescreen phone, a top-line camera and a battery life that runs all day long. This is one of the best Samsung phones that you can buy in the US if you are willing to pay the price and have hands big enough for its huge size.

Screen: Super AMOLED 6.2-inch screen that really sells this phone, not because it contains more pixels than before (not) from the S8 last year. They are curved edges with a future appearance, vivid colors and high contrast ratio that make the screen appear. It is hard to go back to any other size once you have stuck the beautiful big light beam in your hand.

Battery Life: The Samsung 3500mAh battery is large enough to last all day and slightly more. It's better than a normal size S9, although other phones outside of China are up to 5000mAh these days. It's the only area where these phones seem to be enough, not the size of Plus. Fortunately, it supports the very fast shipping standard of Samsung.

Camera: Low-light scenarios do not fit with the dual-lens dual-lens of the Galaxy S9 Plus. It does a good job of adjusting dark environments without adding noise from the other camera's phone. This tool removes the textures in the process, but is equal to and sometimes better than Google Pixel 2.

Small rule: Galaxy S9 Plus is Samsung's response on iPhone X, but better in several ways. It also features stereo speakers, face opening, AR Emoji and dual cameras with 12 megapixels. What's the best? Best in low-light, 3.5 mm headphone jack and a larger 6.2-inch curved screen - no degree. No one has this group right now.


IPhone X
iPhone X


8. iPhone X


Release Date: September 2017 | Weight: 174 g Dimensions: 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm Operating System: iOS 12 | Screen size: 5.8 inches Resolution: 1125 × 2436 | CPU: A11 Bionic | RAM: 3GB Storage: 64 GB / 256 GB Battery: 2,716mAh Rear Camera: 12MP + 12MP Front Camera: 7MP

iPhone X has been surpassed by iPhone XS, but little has changed since it was launched in late 2017. The phone is still fast, with good cameras and looks great - and you'll get it a little cheaper than its successor retailers and carriers Shop).

Screen: The 5.8 "OLED screen is the leading Apple, just fine: sharp and bright, with a better view than a budget successor, iPhone XR. X abandoned the flat screen home button and Face ID to sign in and authenticate in his quest for the best real estate from the screen to the body, so expect glory from edge to edge ... away from the notch.

Battery life: In a 2716 mAh battery, the X battery is not great. It will provide you with accurate usage just over a day before the phone ends, but this is not easy on modern phones.

Camera: The 12 megapixel iPhone X shutters were the highest in their era, but have since been surpassed by many leading companies. The backlit camera system is still in place, especially for portrait mode, and 4K video shooting is not a joke. Expect a good personal image performance, too.

Microphone: The iPhone X is still a high-quality phone, especially since the iPhone XS has not added much to its predecessor. Do not expect to outperform the best phones this year, but the one-year-old is still just one year old.

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Google Pixel 2
Google Pixel 2


7. Google Pixel 2


Date of issue: October 2017 | Weight: 143 grams Dimensions: 145.7 x 69.7 x 7.8 mm Operating System: Android Pie Screen size: 5 inches Resolution: 1080 × 1920 | CPU: Snapdragon 835 | RAM: 4GB Storage Capacity: 64 GB / 128 GB Battery: 2700mAh Rear Camera: 12MP Front Camera: 8MP

Google Pixel 2 is the best phone if you're looking for a pure Android experience with a great screen, incredible camera and stereo speakers. It is not as cheap as the old Nexus phone, but it has improved significantly in terms of quality, quality, and specifications.

Screen: Pixel 2 has a 5-inch screen, a very large overhead strap, chin, and side edges as standard today. Swallow that bitter pill and high-definition Full HD in your phone, and you'll find it fun enough to play games and videos (although there are some problems with their viewing angles).

Battery life: While the 2700mAh battery is small as standard today, the smaller phone screen will not drain the battery quickly. Just do not expect to get more charging day from the phone.

Camera: Even today, the camera on Pixel 2 remains amazingly good. The pictures look fantastic and will satisfy both the occasional and the most serious snapper. The low light conditions, in particular, are where this phone shines - perhaps not as efficient as the Galaxy S9 - and you'll have trouble taking a bad picture with this phone.

Microphone: This phone is suitable for you if you want to experience pure Android with one of the best camera settings on the market. All this in return for the price dropped to the cheap budget area/cheap area.


LG G7 ThinQ
LG G7 ThinQ


6. LG G7 ThinQ


Release Date: May 2018 | Weight: 167 | Dimensions: 153.2 x 71.9 x 7.9 mm Operating System: Android Oreo | Screen size: 6.1 inches Resolution: 1440 × 3120 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 | RAM: 4 / 6GB Storage Capacity: 64 GB / 128 GB Battery: 3000mAh Rear Camera: Dual 16MP Front Camera: 8MP

LG G7 ThinQ is an impressive small phone from the brand (annoying name aside), where it comes with a strong bouquet and a convenient price in many areas. There is an attempt to correct the errors of the LG G6 phone - which resulted in a good alternative to the traditional big speculators.

The screen: The LG OLED Super Bright screen may not be here - but it is able to provide peak brightness well, and can handle HDR10 and Dolby Vision playback and has a large and wide view with a smaller degree. It is large in size, but it is one of the most capable screens.

Battery Life: At 3000 mAh, the LG G7 ThinQ is not the largest in the market ... it is showing up in performance. This is not terrible, as some smart background processes process things, but it will last only about a day when others begin to move into two parts.

Camera: Smart camera here is great if you want to capture more picture, with a much wider viewing area brings more information. The smart sensor tries to figure out what's in front of you - with great results, but only when it's right. It's not the best camera, but you can take some stellar images.

Miniature: It's very tight at the top of our smartphones so the tweak can make a big difference, and LG is impressed by a tightly manufactured package at a very reasonable price - it looks like many of the best Android phones out there, but you'll definitely find some items to enjoy here.

Read more: Review LG G7 ThinQ

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