Saturday 15 August 2020

Top 5 Smartphones In 2020

The best phones deliver great cameras, the performance you need to multitask and the endurance to last the whole day. And you don't have to wait for the iPhone 12 if you need a great smartphone right now. So here are some of the best smartphones right now, read below.

iPhone 11

The best smartphone for people who don't want to spend a bundle, the iPhone 11 has killer dual cameras and a cheaper price than the iPhone 11 Pro. The iPhone 11 offers amazingly good low-light photos via its Night Mode, and there’s a new ultra-wide lens that lets you fit in more subjects or scene with its 120-degree field of view. Selfies get a serious upgrade, too, with a 12-MP camera that automatically switches to a wider view when you turn the phone to landscape mode. 

The 6.1-inch LCD on the iPhone 11 isn’t OLED-great, but it’s colorful and bright. A blazing A13 Bionic processor, long battery life and your choice of six colors solidify the iPhone 11 as a winner. Should you wait for the iPhone 12? If you want 5G connectivity, it's not a bad idea. But the iPhone 11 is one of the best iPhone right now.

What you don't get in the Apple iPhone 11 is the same flexibility of camera that you get in iPhone 11 Pro – and that's because it has a dual-camera, rather than a tri-camera. Plus, the screen (while large and clear) is also trumped by the Pro range and some other, equally-priced devices.

OnePlus 8 Pro

The OnePlus 8 Pro is one of the best phones because it packs so many features into a phone that costs less than premium flagships. You get performance that can match any leading phone and a gorgeous display with a fast 120Hz refresh rate for ridiculously smooth scrolling. 

Opting for the fastest refresh rate can reduce battery life, but set the screen refresh rate at 60Hz and you can expect more than 11 hours of battery life — well ahead of what the average smartphone can pull off. The OnePlus 8 Pro becomes the first OnePlus phone to support wireless charging; even better, it's the fastest wireless charging we've ever seen.

Other phones sport more capable cameras, but the OnePlus 8 Pro four rear lenses performed capably, sometimes producing results that match what the best camera phones have to offer. If you want a great Android device, the OnePlus 8 Pro is proof you don’t need to spend more than $1,000 to get one of the best phones. 

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
It's hard to know where to start with the Galaxy S20 Ultra, because Samsung has really gone to town here, from the 100x digital zoom on the rear camera to the huge 6.9-inch AMOLED display you get around the front. It's the priciest of the S20 models, and it shows. 

Of course it's a stunning phone to look at, something you would expect from Samsung at this stage. Inside you have some of the best internal components you're going to find in a handset in 2020. And then around the back is one of the best and most versatile cameras on the market. It packs a smashing 108MP Camera.

Don't forget the hefty 5,000mAh battery here either, ensuring the phone will be able to run and run no matter what you put it through. It's hard to find any fault in what the S20 Ultra offers, and it's hard to find a phone in 2020 that's able to beat it in any of the key departments that matter.

Google Pixel 4

The Google Pixel flagship phones have a lot going for them and easily make it on to our best smartphones list. Leading the way again, of course, is the camera: Google has added a second lens this time around, meaning even better shots (and even pictures of the stars). 

Elsewhere you've got a modest specs bump over last year and the pure stock Android experience that the Pixel phones are known for. Sometimes the strength of a phone lies in what it doesn't have, rather than what it has. 

A couple of cool features worth mentioning are Face Unlock, which makes it easier than ever to get in your phone, and Motion Sense, which lets you control music playback, silence alarms and more with a wave of your hand. With wireless charging and full waterproofing included too, there aren't many marks against the Pixel 4 (and its bigger sibling the Pixel 4 XL). Battery life could be improved, but there's so much that's good here, it's not too much of a problem.

Samsung Z Flip

If folding phones ever take off, we'll have the Galaxy Z Flip to thank. This is the first folding phone we've seen to live up to the promise of foldables, thanks to Samsung's use of a classic design.

The Galaxy Z Flip resembles the flip phones of a generation ago. But unlike half-baked efforts like the Motorola Razr, the Galaxy Z Flip has a little something extra — a layer of ultra-thin glass beneath that display that adds a feel of durability when you flip open the phone to reveal its 6.7-inch AMOLED display.
Samsung also includes features that take advantage of that folding design. A Flex mode splits the screen in half, so that when you're using an app like YouTube, the video displays on the upper half of the Galaxy Z Flip's display while you can scroll for more info and leave comments using the screen's bottom half. The Galaxy Z Flip support multitasking as well, letting you run multiple apps at once. If you want 5G connectivity, you might want to wait until the Galaxy Z Flip 5G ships next month; it costs $80 more than $1,380 Galaxy Z Flip. While that's not cheap by any means, that $1,380 price makes the Z Flip the most affordable folding phone you can buy at the moment Whether you're currently after the most powerful Android smartphone money can buy, or a shiny new iPhone upgrade from Apple, those are the suggestions we have for you.

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