Today we go over the best smartphones this year. We don’t mean to make you buy them. We actually would love for your to keep your old phone running as long as possible. We’re against the notion of upgrading electronics to a newer and slightly better model every year. This trend unfortunately creates a lot of e-waste that our planet and all leaving creatures have to deal with. Please recycle your electronics responsibly.
And now back to today’s subject. Let’s have a look at the newest and the best phones on the market.
This is the best smartphone on the market this year. The new s10 plus comes fully packed with incredible features, some of which are entirely new to the smartphone world. If you’re looking for the best viewing range, then check out the s10 plus screen. The super AMOLED 6.4-inch screen combined with the super colors, an excellent dynamic range, and an embedded fingerprint scanner is everything you need in a screen.
The new Samsung s10 plus also has a durable battery life that guarantees you a day’s usage. Alongside the excellent 4100mAh battery is its new wireless power share that allows you to charge other devices.
The quality of the camera makes it the best. It comes with three rear cameras 12mp +12mp + 16mp and two from cameras 10mp + 8mp which takes the clearest and colorful pictures.
It’s surprising that the junior brother of the s10 plus is second on the list. The standard s10 comes with almost the same features in the plus successor.
The significant difference between the two is its screen as this one comes with a portable 6.1-inch screen that has a high quality 1440×3040 resolution.
The battery life is a way a significant upgrade when compared to that of the s9, but when you think of all the goodies you get with a bigger screen; you are still going to get an all-day battery run with your best bet being a night charge.
The camera setup is the same as that of the s10 plus. The cameras are still the best you can get on any smartphone for now, including the iPhone X.
Of course, there is going to be a Chinese phone of this list, and it is none other than the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. It is the best phone the Chinese have pushed out to the world to date. What you get is a perfect blend of style, power, and performance.
The screen is bigger than that of the S10, with a 6.39-inch OLED display gracing its front panel, the 3120 x 1440, 538 PPI display is one of the best you can get on the market with outstanding color accuracy.
In terms of processor, it sports a Huawei Kirin 980, an octa-core 2.6ghz
It comes standard with 6gb of Ram + 128gb storage more than enough for you to play games, movies, and run all the apps you want while still checking up on Instagram and Facebook at the same time.
The Mate 20 Pro also comes with three rear cameras with an excellent 40MP wide-angle and 8MP telephoto lenses.
The tested battery life is around a day and a half of moderate use after a single full charge.
For the time when the s9 came out back in 2018, it was one of the most powerful phones in the world and also one of the most expensive. It was the first phone to offer 1 terabyte of storage.
The screen of the Samsung Note 9 is similar to that of Note 5 but with a beautiful wrap around the frame the way only a Samsung phone can. The design comes with smaller bezels and impressive color accuracy, coupled with a remarkable brightness range.
The CPU powering this beast is the 1.7ghz octa-core Exynos 9810 processor. The stock option Operating system it comes is android 8.1 with the option for upgrading of course.
The camera has a very impressive low light performance and color representation. The photos taken by Note 9 is high on the colorful side, but the onboard AI mixes up these colors nicely. The cameras responsible for this are the 12-megapixel Rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera.
The battery is not a disappointment, as it packs up to 4,000mah in its chassis. This is the biggest battery any Samsung device has ever had. It is no surprise though when you think of the size of the screen and all of the processing power under the hood. This battery lets it last through the day easily with a single charge.
This is the latest addition to the Apple family of iPhones. Even though this is not a phone for everybody as a result of its price and its iOS, it is still a tech to be reckoned with.
The XS comes with a fantastic 5.8-inch display that has incredible colors and Apples true tone technology; what this means for you is that you get the best visuals regardless of your environment. Apple called their OLED screen the Super Retina, and it is easy to see why. The screen resolution is 2436 x 1125 with 458 PPI.
The battery life on the phone is probably its least impressive feature as it just a touch below average, even though it is better than that of any other iPhone before it. For all the processing power that is carried under the hood, it should have come with something better. However, you should still get a day’s worth of use from a single charge.
The camera of the iPhone XS is top of the line. It is equipped with a dual-lens 12-megapixel camera made up of a main wide-angle lens. The shots taken with the cameras are highly detailed and packed with lots of color and sharpness. It is one of the best cameras ever put in an iPhone.