The smartphone market changes rapidly, with newer models coming out every year. Whether you are an early adopter or like to buy the latest smart phone 22, it can be hard to determine which smart phone is best for you. Here’s a look at the top 5 smartphones on the market right now and what makes them great.
The New iPhone XS
The latest smartphone in Apple’s line-up, and also it’s largest. It has a 12MP camera, 5.8 display, A12 Bionic chip and comes in two models: 64GB ($999) and 256GB ($1,149). The XS Max has a 6.5 display, same camera and chips but more storage: 64GB ($1,099) or 256GB ($1,349). What really sets these apart from competitors are their displays: both are built with OLED screens so they look better than most others on market (even if their pixel count can’t compete) and their size makes them feel extra good when using apps or watching video.
The Samsung Galaxy S9
The latest in a long line of powerful, feature-packed Samsung smartphones, the Galaxy S9 boasts an innovative dual-aperture camera and more. The phone is water resistant and features wireless charging. It’s compatible with Samsung Dex, which allows you to use it as a PC when connected to an external monitor.
The Pixel 3
Google has just released its new flagship, and in our opinion it’s not only one of, but possibly THE best smartphone you can buy right now. For starters, there’s a huge 5.5-inch OLED display with 18:9 aspect ratio that really makes content pop—even if most Android apps aren’t optimized for full-screen mode yet.
The LG G7 ThinQ
The latest of LG’s flagship phones, like its predecessors, is packed with features and makes a great choice if you are looking for a smartphone that really can do it all. In our opinion, its major selling point is its unique hardware features: not only does it have an extra-wide 6.1-inch display that can show you more information at a glance, but there’s also additional useful hardware on top of that – such as a dedicated button to launch Google Assistant.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Performance, Screen and Camera – The Mate 20 Pro has a lot going on with its design. For example, while most devices use a standard 16:9 aspect ratio on their displays, Huawei uses an elongated 19.5:9 aspect ratio on its Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro phones. This means that even though both models have 6.39-inch displays, they are slightly taller than similar-sized Android phones.