Top 9 Best Smartphones To Buy In 2019

We cannot think of a life without our smartphones, can we? Our daily life is totally ruled by the tiny device which holds all our secrets, documents and memories in one place. Naturally when we decide to buy a new smartphone a lot of research goes behind picking up the right phone.

Any smartphone can be judged on the basis of its looks, performance, memory, and camera to name a few features. While some of such smartphones are top in terms of performance and camera their looks are not convincing enough to even give them a look through.




Here we bring to you a compilation of the best smartphones of 2019. These smartphones have been analyzed on the basis of the processor, design and the camera setup.

Amongst a wide variety of pixels, iPhones and One plus the iPhone definitely has an edge which is difficult for anyone to beat. The latest editions of all these phones have innovation and style as the most important factor. We have analyzed them carefully and then only taken a final call on them.

Hopefully, with the help of this listing, you would be able to take your pick and get the kind of smartphone you always wanted.

1. Apple iPhone XS

Apple iPhone XS smartphone was launched in September 2018. The phone comes with a 5.80-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1125 pixels by 2436 pixels at a PPI of 458 pixels per inch.

The Apple iPhone XS is powered by hexa-core . processor The phone packs 64GB of internal storage that cannot be expanded. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Apple iPhone XS packs a 12-megapixel (f/1.8, 1.4-micron) primary camera and a 12-megapixel (f/2.4) secondary camera on the rear and a 7-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The Apple iPhone XS runs iOS 12. It measures 143.60 x 70.90 x 7.70 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 177.00 grams.

The Apple iPhone XS is a Dual-SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and eSIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, Lightning, Active 4G on both SIM cards, 3G and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include Face unlock, 3D face recognition, Compass/ Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope and Barometer.

Review: Tech.co

Is the new iPhone XS truly worth $1,000 of your hard-earned? Apple certainly hopes you’ll think so, and there’s no doubt this is an utterly premium smartphone. But there’s no getting away from that price-tag. The XS is Apple’s newest phone, replacing 2017’s iPhone X and sitting between the enormous XS Max and cheaper XR. The XS is a big phone for Apple in more ways than one – it has a sizeable 5.8-inch screen. But, it’s a big departure, too. Together with the XS Max and XR, this phone sees the company completely abandoning the older design first seen on 2014’s iPhone 6.

There’s no more Home Button, and certainly no headphone jack. You’re unlikely to be disappointed by the finished product – it’s a gorgeous, top-of-the-line phone with a blisteringly fast processor at its heart. Read on to learn if it’s the right phone for you.

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2. Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung users have been waiting for Android Pie for months, and for some S9 users, that wait is finally over. The One UI update — build number G960FXXU2CRLI — has begun rolling out to S9 users in several countries in Europe and the Middle East. This is a wonderful Christmas surprise, as the One UI update wasn’t slates to roll out to the S9 until January, but you won’t find up complaining.

Featuring the many, many features of Android Pie and Samsung’s biggest design update in years, this is a big update with a lot to unlock in it, but luckily, we’ve had weeks with the One UI update already thanks to the One UI Beta program. You can see a full list of new and improved features in the official change log.

This is Samsung’s first attempt at a gradient color, with Ice Blue having a deep blue hue at the top that gradually transitions into white. It really is something.

In a word, the camera. Samsung has kept the primary sensor at 12 megapixels.The S9 have adjustable apertures, switching seamlessly between f/1.5, sitting in front of an all-new sensor that is great in low light.

Review: TheVerge

here comes a point in most successful products’ existences where they become predictable. The new model, building off of the triumphs of its prior version, maintains the same look and feel while introducing more subtle enhancements. Apple’s used this tack with the iPhone and iPad for multiple generations, and Microsoft has done the same with the Surface Pro in recent years. Don’t rock the boat; don’t fix what isn’t broken.

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3. Google Pixel  2 XL

While Google hasn’t overhauled the aesthetics of the smaller Pixel 2, it gains dual front-facing speakers (and loses a headphone jack), benefits from IP67 water and dust resistance, has an improved 1080p OLED display and an upgraded Snapdragon 835 processor, along with a 2700mAh battery.

The larger, tall-but-narrow Pixel 2 XL has a 6-inch 2880×1440 pOLED display with diminutive bezels that keep the overall chassis size to a minimum. Think LG V30 but slightly taller. Inside, there’s a 3520mAh battery — bigger than the Pixel XL — along with the same CPU and RAM specs.

What could be the most interesting change from last year is the addition of optical image stabilization (OIS) to augment the existing electronic stabilization from last year. There’s still a 12.2MP rear camera sensor, with 1.4μm pixels, laser and phase-detection autofocus, all with an f/1.8 aperture.

Finally, a built-in eSIM is interesting because it opens up the possibility of Google offering Project Fi to any customer who wants it, even without a carrier SIM card installed.

Review: Techradar

The Google Pixel 2 XL is a stunning fruit to bear from the company’s still-young focus on melding its software and hardware efforts. It’s refined, confidently serving as a showcase of how far Google’s design (and the stock Android experience powering it) have come in the past few years.

Plus, it’s a launching point for a few interesting debuts, like the intelligent Google Lens feature and the slick, new Pixel Launcher and, now, the Android P beta.

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4. HTC U12+

he HTC U12 Plus mobile features a 6.0″ (15.24 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1440 x 2880 pixels and runs on Android v8.0 (Oreo) operating system. The device is powered by Octa core (2.8 GHz, Quad core, Kryo 385 + 1.8 GHz, Quad core, Kryo 385) processor paired with 6 GB of RAM. As far as the battery is concerned it has 3500 mAh. Over that, as far as the rear camera is concerned this mobile has a 12 UP + 16 MP camera. Other sensors include Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope. So, does it have a fingerprint sensor? Yes, it does. For graphical performance that can make games run smoothly, this phone has got a Adreno 630 GPU. On board, storage is at 64 GB with the option to expand the memory.

Review: Engadget

Once a big player in smartphones, HTC is now better known for its Vive VR headsets than anything else. The firm offloaded the team responsible for the Pixel phones to Google earlier this year, shortly before the chief of its smartphone division resigned. Another round of layoffs later, as HTC merged its VR and phone arms together in North America, and you’d think it was kissing the industry goodbye. But according to the company, that’s far from the case, though we imagine there’ll be a keen eye on the success of the new U12+, the HTC flagship of this year. With plenty of top-tier competition recently unleashed on the public, though, can HTC still hold its own?

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5. Apple iPhone X

The Apple iPhone X is powered by 2.39GHz hexa-core processor and it comes with 3GB of RAM. The phone packs 64GB of internal storage that cannot be expanded. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Apple iPhone X packs a 12-megapixel (f/1.8, 1.22-micron) primary camera and a 12-megapixel (f/2.4, 1.0-micron) secondary camera on the rear and a 7-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The Apple iPhone X runs iOS 11 and is powered by a 2716mAh non removable battery. It measures 143.60 x 70.90 x 7.70 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 174.00 grams.

The Apple iPhone X is a single SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts a Nano-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, 3G and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include Face unlock, Compass/ Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope and Barometer.

Review: CNET

The Good The iPhone X delivers a great blend of handheld comfort and a big, gorgeous 5.8-inch OLED screen. The rear-facing telephoto camera outshoots the iPhone 8 Plus in low light, and the front-facing camera snaps impressive portrait mode selfies. Face ID generally works fine.

The Bad The iPhone X is harder to get following the release of the iPhone XS. The all-glass body means a case and an insurance plan are musts. Shorter battery life than iPhone 8 Plus.

The Bottom Line iPhone X remains a winning evolution of the iPhone, and is worth a look — if you can still find it on sale.

 

6. Apple iPhone 8

iPhone 8 is a new generation of iPhone. Designed with the most durable glass ever in a smartphone and a stronger aerospace grade aluminum band. Charges wirelessly.1 Resists water and dust.2 4.7-inch Retina HD display with True Tone.3 12MP camera with new sensor and advanced image signal processor. Powered by A11 Bionic, the most powerful and smartest chip ever in a smartphone. Supports augmented reality experiences in games and apps. With iPhone 8, intelligence has never looked better.

Review: MacWorld

The iPhone 8 is a gorgeous, sleek and incredibly powerful smartphone, there’s no doubt about it. The A11 Bionic chipset provided the highest benchmark scores ever, leaving Android rivals in the dirt, and the low-light camera performance is a marked improvement on the iPhone 7.

But no matter how good it is, it just isn’t a tempting enough upgrade for current iPhone 7 owners. If you’ve got an older iOS device or are looking to switch from Android to iOS, the iPhone 8 is a great option, but iPhone 7 owners might not feel it’s worth the upgrade.

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7. LG G7 ThinQ

Take the guesswork out of great photos. LG G7 ThinQ recommends optimized filters according to the different subjects in your frame and even lets you know when to switch to a wide-angle shot.

Snap a photo to learn the history behind a landmark, identify an exotic bird or compare prices on a new shirt. With Google Lens, it’s fun and easy to learn about the world around you. Bring the bass and fill your room with pulse-pounding sound. A larger speaker and greater sound levels make the LG G7 ThinQ louder and more exhilarating than ever.

Send texts, watch videos and browse the web – even in direct sunlight. Brilliant colors, striking visuals and a super bright display make the LG G7 ThinQ brighter than the standard LCD phone.

Feel like you’re in the middle of a concert or your child’s school play. DTS-X Virtual Surround Sound makes the LG G7 ThinQ’s audio appear as if it’s coming from every direction – even overhead.

Review: Engadget

When it comes to Android flagships, Samsung is king of the hill. According to a recent IDC report, Samsung is the No. 1 Android brand in the world, with Huawei and Xiaomi close behind. Nowhere on that top-five list is LG, which might seem surprising. After all, with solid feature sets and good-looking designs, the V30 and last year’s G6 aren’t too shabby. LG even had a little bit of help from Google along the way; the G6 was the first non-Pixel phone with Google Assistant, the V20 was the first new phone to ship with Nougat, and the V30S ThinQ was the first with device-specific Google Assistant commands.

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8. OnePlus 6

The OnePlus 6 mobile features a 6.28″ (15.95 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and runs on Android v8.1 (Oreo) operating system. The device is powered by Octa core (2.8 GHz, Quad core, Kryo 385 + 1.8 GHz, Quad core, Kryo 385) processor paired with 6 GB of RAM. As far as the battery is concerned it has 3300 mAh. Over that, as far as the rear camera is concerned this mobile has a 16 MP + 20 MP camera Exmor RS sensor supporting a resolution of 4616 x 3464 Pixels and the front snapper is powered by a Exmor RS sensor. Other sensors include Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope. So, does it have a fingerprint sensor?

Review: Androidcentral

With OnePlus releasing a new phone every six months, it’s safe to say that the OnePlus 6T, likely coming in November, will offer a few select upgrades to the company’s tried-and-true formula — along with a modest price bump.

But if you’re in the market for a phone right now, and don’t want to spend more than you need to on a well-rounded Android experience — heck, smartphone experience in general — the OnePlus 6 is your absolute best option.

Whereas previous models had notable drawbacks, particularly around camera quality, OnePlus has seized on a confluence of factors to release a phone that has no major flaws, at a starting price few believed was possible.

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9. Motorola Moto Z3

Motorola Moto Z3 smartphone was launched in August 2018. The phone comes with a 6.01-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2160 pixels.

The Motorola Moto Z3 is powered by 2.35GHz octa-core processor and it comes with 4GB of RAM. The phone packs 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 20000GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Motorola Moto Z3 packs a 12-megapixel (f/2.0, 1.25-micron) primary camera and a 12-megapixel secondary camera on the rear and a 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The Motorola Moto Z3 runs Android 8.1 and is powered by a 3000mAh. It measures 156.50 x 76.50 x 6.75 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 156.00 grams.

Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC and USB Type-C. Sensors on the phone include Face unlock, Fingerprint sensor, Compass/ Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor and Gyroscope.

Review:Androidauthority

The Motorola Moto Z3 is the “first 5G phone,” in that it will have an optional add-on for Verizon’s 5G network next year. Until then, it stands on its own merits as a solid phone and a good way to try out Moto Mods.

The Motorola Moto Z3 is the “first 5G phone,” in that it will have an optional add-on for Verizon’s 5G network next year. Until then, it stands on its own merits as a solid phone and a good way to try out Moto Mods.

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