Smartphones are the most personal gadget we possess. That’s why it’s so important to buy the phone that’s suitable for your needs. There are so many factors to look for, from design and operating system to robustness and security. Here I have considered every aspect of a smartphone to figure out if it is a good buy for you. Here is the best smartphones that you should buy in 2019.
Google Pixel 3 – The Best Android Phone
At present Google’s Pixel 3, and 3 XL are the best Android phones we’ve ever used. With Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and 4GB of RAM, it has the best software experience on a phone. Running the latest Android 9 Pie, it also has Call Screening that used Google Assistant to screen transcribe robocalls in real time.
It is packed with the crisp, plastic, 5.5-inch OLED screen displaying a 2,160 x 1,080 resolution. Like most flagship phones, it’s IP68 water-resistant phone that features 12.2-megapixel camera, the best around.
iPhone XS: The Best iPhone
This iPhone XS is almost great at everything. It is considered better than the iPhone XS Max, due to its size with its 5.8-inch screen. It has high-resolution energy-saving and colorful OLED with inky, deep blacks. It has almost “bezel-less,” design that makes watching videos and movies more immersive. The battery lasts easily a full day. There are Siri Suggestions that can catch your usage patterns and make suggestions like responding to a call or text when it’s been idle for some time.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro: Best Battery Life
This phone is quite large 4,200mAh battery, enough to see you through two days before you need to find an outlet to recharge. It also has some clever software trickery to optimize power management. It takes only 70 minutes to fully charge the device from empty.
The Mate 20 Pro is packed with Huawei’s latest Hisilicon Kirin 980 processor, coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. In addition, an 8GB RAM version with 256GB of storage is also available. With a 6.39-inch AMOLED Quad HD+ display, it features an excellent triple-lens main camera with a 40-megapixel standard lens with 8-megapixel telephoto, along with a 20-megapixel wide-angle. You get an under-glass fingerprint sensor also.
Nokia 7.1: Best Budget Phone
This Nokia 7.1 is one of the perfect budget phones with a $350 price tag. Built with the aluminum unibody that feels sturdy, but the “toughened” glass on the back cannot withstand cracks or scratches.
It has 5.84-inch LCD screen making this phone perfectly compact, supporting HDR10, which gives excellent video quality when watching HDR movies like Netflix and YouTube. This phone runs Android One giving fast version updates for two years, and security updates for three, which is rare for most budget phones.
It has solid performance, with the Snapdragon 636 processor powering this phone with 4GB of RAM. The camera is also quite capable, able to produce photos worth sharing on social media. With only one downside is its battery life, which may not last you a full day.
This is the perfect time to purchase a smartphone as every smartphone manufacturers have introduced their phones of the year, and you’re there to pick the best. So, hurry up and grab the best fit suiting your budget and needs.