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Friday, June 26, 2020

Best smartphones of 2020 - Buyers delight and reviews.

Best smartphones of 2020 - Buyers delight
Samsung Galaxy S20

In a recent smartphone buyer's guide released via GSMArena, includes the completely overhauled directory of the best smartphones you can buy.

Below are the top picks:

1). Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung Galaxy S20

The Samsung Galaxy S20+ has taken over the Galaxy Note10+, as indicated in the Editors' choice in the Best flagship category, on GSM Arena platfor.

According to the report, it is not the greatest available Galaxy, but the Ultra, and the Plus is much better value for a buyer.

Specification:


Superb 120Hz AMOLED display

Versatile triple camera setup, with impressive image quality and consistency

Expandable storage (though a single 128GB base storage option)

The fingerprint sensor performance is behind the competition

The body gets hot under load and the CPU throttles considerably

Zoom camera is not as sharp as the S20 Ultra's at 4x or 10x


 2). Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone 11 Pro Max
One of the most expensive flagship phones in the market today, remains the iPhone 11 Pro Max, with a three-year-old design with the biggest of notches, and it's heavy and thick.

The gadget is offering an extra camera, improved dust and water resistance (still IP68, but stays longer and  deeper in water). It's a refinement over the previous generations, and unmatched performance. If you're an iPhone type of enthusiast, the 11 Pro (Max or otherwise) is a no-brainer.

Versions:
A2218 (Global market)
A2161 (USA, Canada, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands)
A2220 (China, Hong Kong)


3). Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 5G
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
Among the flagship smartphones of the 2020, is the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro. With the following  reviews:

•    Super bright 90Hz AMOLED display
•    Dependable battery life, fast charging, 65W brick in the box, super fast wireless charging
•    Best stereo speakers we've heard
•    Quad cam with two teles and a 108MP main unit delivers outstanding photo quality across the board, day and night, very good video as well
•    No IP rating (though some splash resistance claimed)
•    No memory expansion
•    Ultra wide cam misfocuses in close-up shots, not great in low light
•    Selfie cam not up to the rear cam's standard



4). Oppo Find X2 Pro
Oppo Find X2 Pro
Oppo Find X2 Pro
The Find X2 Pro, by Oppo could not compromise at all, when picking the hardware for the smartphone.
It comes with custom-built camera system with big-sensor main and ultra wide shooters and a 5x periscope.
The display is also said to be great with these features and reviews:


    Standout design, particularly if you opt for the Vegan leather version
    Class-leading 120Hz 1440p display
    Fastest charging in the segment (36mins to full)
    Excellent thermal management, exemplary sustained performance

    No memory expansion
    No wireless charging
    Low-light zoom camera performance not quite up there with the best


5). OnePlus 8 Pro
OnePlus 8 Pro
OnePlus 8 Pro
OnePlus, which was a flagship-on-a-budget brand, has now reached a point where it's price is almost at par with  other highend smartphones.

So it is not surprising when the OnePlus 8 Pro price has gone up to as much as a Galaxy S20+ price in some parts of the world.

The IP68 rating and wireless charging capabilities of the 8 Pro has made the OnePlus, one of the flagship you can long for over the shelves of gadget dealers.

Below are some of it's other features:


    Class-leading 120Hz 1440p display
    Great camera all-around
    Super fast wireless charging
    Loud stereo speakers

    Inconsistent motion smoothing feature, no always-on display
    No memory expansion
    Color filter camera is meh, so is the ultra wide in low light


6). Huawei P40 Pro
Huawei P40 Pro

Huawei P40 Pro

The Huawei P40 Pro under an 'Almost there' badge is a flagship smartphone, as with it's predecessor, the Mate 30 Pro which was released some six months back.

Huawei own App Gallery has tremendously expanded and offers a sensible alternative to the Google Play Store with most apps you'd need, but the absence of the Google Mobile services means some apps will definitely never work, which makes the P40 Pro hard to be recommend to the general public.

See some of it's features below:

    Very good 90Hz AMOLED display
    Great battery life, properly fast charging
    Excellent photo quality day and night across all cameras, 5x telephoto is longer than the Ultra's

    No Google Mobile Services means some apps will never work
    Some competing displays are higher-res and/or higher refresh rate
    Disappointing 4K60 videos
    Only takes NM cards for memory expansion
    No stereo speakers

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