November 20th, 2020 | Updated on June 1st, 2021
Are you in the market to choosing a new phone for yourself? We have our best smartphone list to show the top 11 devices that are worth purchasing.
What’s more, we have divided the choices as per the price range you may have in mind. So, if you think some sets are way above your budget, then you can choose from the cheap smartphones that we have shortlisted.
This year a total overhaul has happened, and many new devices have entered this list. We understand that you may not always want to buy a high-end phone for yourself. Hence, we have categorized the choices accordingly.
What’s more, we have reviewed these products assessing their pros and cons. So, if you already know what you want, choosing your mobile is a breeze. Go through our list and pick up the best option for you quickly.
1. Samsung Galaxy S20
More camera, more power, more fun – in a slim, balanced form. Create anywhere on the sleek, powerful Galaxy S20 5G with an expansive 6. 2” Infinity-O display and radical new 30x Space Zoom.
Galaxy S20 5G’s modern design gives you an immersive, cinema-quality experience with next-level functionality.
Take pro- quality, hi-res images and video with a groundbreaking 64MP camera and full system of studio lenses with super stabilization.
The Galaxy S20 is cheaper, and easier to handle, than the Galaxy S20 Plus and gargantuan Galaxy S20 Ultra, but that doesn’t mean this is a cheap or low-spec device.
2. iPhone 11 Pro
Triple 12MP cameras (Ultra Wide, Wide, Telephoto) with Portrait mode, Night mode, Auto Adjustments, next-generation Smart HDR and 4K video up to 60 fps with extended dynamic range.
12MP TrueDepth front camera with Portrait mode, Smart HDR, 4K video recording up to 60 fps, and slo-mo video support for 1080p at 120 fps.
The iPhone 11 Pro delivers big performance in a compact package. You get triple rear cameras offer amazing performance, complete with an ultra-wide lens, a new Night mode and better Smart HDR, plus extended dynamic range in video. Overall, the iPhone 11 Pro is now arguably the best camera phone around.
3. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
This Galaxy S10 Plus is Certified Refurbished. It is 100% functional and in near perfect cosmetic condition with the possibility of a few light hair marks.
It will NOT come in its original packaging but will include a certified cable and UL approved power adapter. Headsets, SIM card and manual are NOT included.
This Galaxy S10 Plus is fully functional with T-Mobile, AT&T and all other GSM networks. It will NOT work on Sprint, Verizon, Boost, Virgin Mobile or any other CDMA network.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is technically the third iteration since the company redefined the core form of a mainstream smartphone.
The Galaxy S8 focused on refining the display to achieve the highest screen-to-body ratio possible and transformed modern smartphone design.
4. Google Pixel 4
Pixel 4 is the phone made the Google way, with a camera that takes the perfect shot every time. It’s also the first phone with Motion Sense.Best of all, it’s built around the Google software you know and love, that’s always getting better.
The Google Pixel 4’s poor battery life is a shame, because Google’s flagship is an otherwise great all-around device with clever software features; useful differentiators, like Face Unlock, Motion Sense and the 90-Hz screen; and the finest cameras we have ever seen on a phone.
5. OnePlus 7 Pro
OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone comes with a 16MP popup selfie camera along with triple rear camera setup. Another highlight of the smartphone is that it comes with a 90Hz refresh rate AMOLED display.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is fast, has a neat pop-up camera and its triple rear cameras take fantastic pictures — all at $80 less than its closest Samsung and iPhone rivals.
6. Moto G7
Meet Moto G7 with Alexa Hands-Free. With a 6.2″ Full HD+ Max Vision display, 19:9 aspect ratio, AI powered camera software, and a long-lasting battery, it’s impressive any way you look at it.
Now simply by saying “Alexa” you can play music, hear the news or check the weather wherever you are. Just ask – and Alexa will respond instantly.
The Motorola Moto G7 has a slick contemporary design, a dewdrop notch display, decent dual rear cameras, turbo charging, solid battery life and a near-stock version of Android 9 Pie making it worth every penny.
7. Google – Pixel 3a
Get more done with Pixel 3A. It has an extraordinary camera with features like night sight, portrait mode, and HDR+. a battery that charges fast and lasts all day .
All the helpfulness of the Google assistant built in. And 3 years of security and os updates included . it’s everything you love about Google – in a phone. Works with all major carriers.
Since the advent of Google’s first smartphone, the Pixel branding has been reserved for premium flagships. That ship has now sailed, as the Silicon Valley giant is making affordable handsets in the Pixel 3a and 3a XL and selling them through almost every retailer it can.
8. Huawei P30 Pro
This Huawei P30 Pro comes with huge storage space and features superb low light photo quality along with a 5X optical and 10X hybrid zoom.
In a time when smartphones have become increasingly similar, Huawei has found a way to make the P30 Pro stand out: it gave it superpowers. Its ability to see in the dark is uncanny; its optical zoom is amazing; its stamina is out of this world.
9. OnePlus 8
The OnePlus 8 has a 6.55-inch AMOLED panel with sloping sides, a wide colour gamut, and a hole-punch cutout in the upper left corner.
The 90Hz refresh rate makes usage in general feel fluid and snappy. It also has an in-display fingerprint sensor, which is super quick at authentication.
The OnePlus 8 Pro got a higher resolution, higher refresh-rate display, better cameras, and two highly sought-after features — wireless charging and IP-rated waterproofing.
The OnePlus 8 seemed somewhat left in the shadow of the 8 Pro, and this time, it doesn’t even have a killer starting price.
10. Google Pixel 4 XL
The Google Pixel 4 XL isn’t just about good looks though, it’s got it where it counts too. With a 6.3-inch QHD OLED screen and deafeningly loud speakers, it’s great for watching TV and movies.
You’ll need to buy your own headphones if you want to listen in private though, as it doesn’t come with any.
While the Pixel 4 is good and has plenty of promise, it still falls short of expectations. This is not to say it’s a bad phone, it’s actually really great in several areas.
It’s just a bit disappointing, because while it brings some innovative technical marvels, a pedestrian necessity like battery life is still left unaddressed. And while Google typically gets a pass because it’s Google
11. Honor 9X
Honor 9X has a flagship-worthy Kirin 810 chipset and 6GB of RAM along with liquid cooling to let you know that it’s serious about gaming performance. It also looks and feels the part of a premium smartphone too with a glass cover and flashy color options.
The last Honor phone to be confirmed to have Google Mobile Services (GMS) is the Honor 9X, from the affordable X range of handsets, a phone which succeeds the Honor 8X. Affordable certainly is the name of the game here.