From 5G support to foldable screens, smartphone manufacturers are evolving at a faster pace to provide consumers with the latest innovations.
While the Galaxy series devices hold the lead in sales worldwide, consumers have more and more choice in buying excellent smartphones in various price categories. The editors of the site CNET, dedicated to computer technology, presented their own ranking of the best Android smartphones in 2019, based on the results of independent testing.
All features included: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus
Exquisite and multifunctional, smartphone Galaxy Note 10 Plus closes the gap from top models. This stunning 6.8-inch phone has a battery that lasts all day and great cameras for capturing quality photos and videos.
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Flagship contender: OnePlus 7 Pro
While most high-end smartphones offer pop-up selfie cameras, fingerprint sensors, and multiple cameras at once on the back, the OnePlus 7 Pro is one of the best such devices based on its price. The 6GB RAM / 128GB smartphone starts at $669 and the 8GB / 256GB one starts at $699.
Best Budget Smartphone: Motorola Moto G7
This is one of the most affordable and reliable phones. While the Moto G7 doesn't sound great and its image quality is far from perfect, Motorola smartphone Stylish design with long battery life and fast charging.
Best Camera: Google Pixel 3
The Google Pixel 3's exceptional camera captures stunning images in both daylight and night. And with the second wide-angle camera, you can take group portraits. Among the additional features there are many interesting things, including the ability to lock the screen during a call. The successor to the Pixel 4 smartphone will be presented in October.
Best value for money: Samsung Galaxy S10E
The Samsung Galaxy S10E is arguably the best buy in terms of price-to-package ratio offered by the feature. This smartphone is perfect for those who are looking for a device with the fastest Snapdragon 855 mobile processor combined with long battery life. The smartphone also has the ability to charge other devices wirelessly.
Great camera and budget option: Google Pixel 3A
Unlike last year's Pixel 3, it's not waterproof, doesn't have wireless charging, and its maximum storage is limited to 64GB. But the Pixel 3A has an additional headphone jack, as well as the same exceptional Night Sight camera for shooting in the dark. Oh, by the way, in the light of his photos also look great. Well, at the price of the device from $399, this is a really interesting option.