The best of…
Samsung Galaxy S10
With the latest edition of its flagship phone, Samsung “has really delivered.” The firm’s displays remain “the best in the business,” and this model has a triple-lens rear camera, an in-screen fingerprint sensor, 128 GB of base storage, and “ridiculously good” battery life.
Apple iPhone 11
The top models cost $1,000 and more, but Apple is wisely letting most buyers get the latest iPhone at a mid-tier price. It runs on the fastest chipset around, and its cameras now feature an ultrawide-angle lens and an excellent Night Mode.
OnePlus 7 Pro
“A swiftly rising flagship killer,” OnePlus makes smartphones with specs comparable to Samsung’s. With a 90-hz AMOLED screen and the same snappy processor as the Galaxy S10, the 7 Pro is “by far the best value for a premium smartphone today.”
Google Pixel 3a
If your budget is $400, “you cannot find a better phone than this.” Though it lacks certain luxury features, the Pixel 3a “manages to feel like a high-end $800 phone in the ways that matter most,” beginning with a camera that’s “as good as anything you can buy.”
Motorola Moto G7 Power
Though Motorola’s middle child gets by with slightly less RAM, storage space, and one fewer camera than the $299 Moto G7, it’s the better choice, because the G7 Power’s battery can last three days. “There’s simply no better deal for a smartphone under $250.”
Source: Tom’sGuide.com ■