The Best Smartphones of 2019


The smartphone horizon holds a lot of promise with foldable and edgy 5G-enabled phones, to more dual-camera and bezel-free smartphones expected to hit and flood the market in 2019. Top brands include Samsung, Apple, Google, OnePlus, and LG.

1.   Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are, without a doubt the best phones released by Samsung in 2018. However, the Note 9 promises to edge out these and other Samsung phones with its high processing power and a large screen, not to mention the phone being dubbed the Everything Phone.

While this phone costs more than most phones on the market, its massive 4000mAh battery, the 128GB/ 512GB onboard storage, and the S-pen which doubles as a remote shutter make this an exceptional phone to own. And, there’s more. This phone boasts the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. This processor will not only make this the phone for work and social interaction but, you could also use it for your online entertainment with ease.

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2.   Google Pixel 3

This phone boasts a high performance and edges out most Android phones on the market. Its camera is among the best, taking brilliant photos even in low light conditions thanks to its single rear lens which allows you to capture wide selfies. Coupled with its premium design, this could be your best phone in 2019.

The other reason why you might want to upgrade to a Google Pixel 3 in 2019 is the phones AI-powered feature for call screening.

Google’s Pixel 3 is powered by an Octa-Core processor, and it runs on the Android v9.0 operating system. On the downside, its internal storage is not expandable.

3.   Apple iPhone XR

If you are looking for an iPhone that offers the highest value, consider the Apple iPhone XR. It is cheaper than the iPhone X and XS but delivers the best performance, and it has a long battery life.

Its processor is an A12 Bionic, and the storage space ranges from 64GB, 128GB or 256GB. It runs on an iOS 12 operating system.

Unfortunately, it lacks a 3D touch, and its portrait camera is not impressive since its rear camera doesn’t have an optical zoom. Also, it has a lower resolution screen, and you cannot fully optimize some apps, and the aluminum in XR is not as durable as XS’s steel.

4.   Apple iPhone XS

If you are looking for a luxury upgrade phone, then this iPhone XS could be exactly what you need. While facing steep competition from iPhone X and iPhone XR, this phone boasts a camera that delivers the best of photos – the photos captured by this phone are better than iPhone X’s, taking breathtaking photos in high-contrast and dark environments. Its processor is powerful and super-fast, and an even faster Face ID.

Its OLED display is a lot more vibrant with an even higher resolution, and better black levels. Its construction is durable than that of other iPhones with its rear-glass being almost break-resistant.

You might also like that the phone offers dual-sim support and fast cellular connectivity. Unfortunately, its battery life leaves a lot to be desired. Even with the fast charging system, the battery life is undesirable.

5.   Samsung Galaxy F

For years, Samsung has promised its fans a foldable smartphone, and it would appear that the promise is finally becoming a reality. Samsung Galaxy F is Samsung’s first foldable smartphone. Its prototype was unveiled in 2018 November. Galaxy F has a 7.3inch display revealed when you unfold the phone. When closed, Galaxy F has a 4.6inch display on the outside. Essentially, you could use it as a phone or a tablet.

6.   OnePlus 6T

The OnePlus 6T is a remarkable phone with features mirroring the other marquee phones that are too expensive. One of the top features that stands out from this phone is its in-screen novel fingerprint reader.

Its hardware is equally impressive – a top-speed Snapdragon 845 processor, an excellent dual camera (rear), and 128GB internal storage.

Note, however, that it features are close to those of the OnePlus 6, and you might not need to upgrade to 6T if you have the 6.

On the downside, it lacks a headphone jack, the on-screen fingerprint reader is slow, and the design is not water resistant.

7.     Motorola Moto G6

If you are on a tight budget and looking for a great phone, you might want to try this Motorola G6.

This phone is in no way shabby – it has a fast charging system, it runs on Android Oreo, and it has impressive dual rear cameras. All these features, coupled with the phone’s sleek design make it one of the best and most affordable smartphones on the market today.

It has an 32GB storage, a 3GB RAM, and a 1.8 GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor.

In conclusion, the best smartphones of 2018 boast a high processing power, sleek designs, more storage, impressive cameras, and longer battery life.

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