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The best smartphones you can buy today

Update: Updated on April 2022!
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The new year is still fresh and yet we are in full testing mode for 2022. In this list of the best smartphones, we are constantly adding new models and telling you which phones from brands such as Google, Samsung, Apple, Xiaomi, Fairphone, and others you should consider buying. And we are kickstarting the year with some brand new releases.

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The best smartphones in 2022 in comparison

  Best productivity Best smartphone The best camera The best design The best value-for-money The best battery life The best foldable The most sustainable The best gaming phone
Product
Picture Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Apple iPhone 13 Pro Google Pixel 6 Pro Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Xiaomi 11T Pro Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Fairphone 4 Nubia Redmagic 7 Pro
Good
  • Excellent 120Hz QHD+ display
  • Very elegant sleek and square design
  • More consistent S Pen integration
  • Still the champion when it comes to versatile photos
  • Unrivalled Android update policy
  • Superb 120 Hz display
  • Excellent battery life
  • Great new camera module
  • 10-120Hz adaptive screen
  • Super-versatile camera
  • Android 12
  • Five years of security updates
  • IP68 certified
  • Price
  • Amazing design
  • Flexible screen
  • IPX8 certification
  • Four years of system update
  • Rear camera doubles up as front camera
  • Great build quality
  • Ecxellent 120 Hz AMOLED display
  • Solid performance
  • Good main camera
  • Good battery life
  • Triple slot for dual SIM + microSD
  • NFC
  • Loud stereo speakers
  • Full charged battery in 17 minutes
  • Beautiful display
  • Plenty of performance for its price tag
  • Interesting video features
  • The dual AMOLED 120 Hz screens are well calibrated
  • Accomplished and waterproof design (IPX8)
  • Hybrid form factor is very useful
  • OneUI and Flex mode - the perfect combo
  • Great photos under well-lit conditions
  • No notch or punch-hole in the main display
  • Guaranteed 3 Android updates and 4 years of security patches
  • Possibly receive up to 6 years software updates
  • Sustainable device
  • Made under fair working conditions
  • Surprisingly good camera performance
  • Feels well-made
  • Good battery life
  • 120 Hz AMOLED bezel-less display
  • Cool transparent and backlit design
  • High-quality stereo speakers
  • Unmatched performance without overheating
Bad
  • Disappointing Exynos 2200 performance
  • Poor battery life
  • Fast recharge is not fast enough and the $60 charger is not included
  • Expensive price
  • Basic 8 GB RAM/128 GB storage configuration is too limited
  • USB-C port is long overdue
  • "Fast" charging at with 20 watts
  • Battery charge time
  • Limited storage availability by region
  • A niche product
  • Camera could have been better
  • Battery capacity is below average for its category
  • Somewhat bulky camera hump
  • Camera performance drops in low light conditions
  • No 5G support
  • No wireless charging support
  • Camera quality is below average
  • No microSD card slot
  • Snapdragon 888 SoC has overheating issues
  • Really big and heavy
  • No IP certification
  • Camera module isn't groundbreaking
  • Disappointing under-display selfie camera performance
  • Battery life is not outstanding
  • Fast charging is too slow
  • Aggressive thermal throttling (but it does not overheat)
  • Expensive
  • Comparatively expensive
  • Rather large and heavy
  • LCD display with a teardrop notch
  • Lags technically behind similarly priced smartphones
  • Disappointing camera module
  • Battery life could be improved for longer gaming sessions
  • No IP certification
  • Fuzzy update policy
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In this article, we tell you which mobile phones you can buy without fearing any buyer's remorse. Since the opinions about which is the best phone differ wildly even inside the NextPit editorial team, our big phone recommendation list is hotly debated in the editorial office.

We obviously know that not all 2022 phones have come out yet. But we want to help those readers who are looking for the best smartphone in 2022. Therefore, this article is not about a review, but about a current market overview that reflects March 2022.

Jump to:

  1. Buying advice: What smartphones are offered in 2022
  2. NextPit recommends: The best smartphones of 2022
    1. Best productivity: Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
    2. Best smartphone of the year: Apple iPhone 13 Pro
    3. Best smartphone camera in 2022: Google Pixel 6 Pro
    4. Best smartphone design: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
    5. Best value-for-money: Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro
    6. Best battery life of the year: Xiaomi 11T Pro
    7. Best foldable in 2022: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
    8. Most sustainable smartphone: Fairphone 4
    9. Best gaming smartphone: Nubia Redmagic 7 Pro
  3. How did NextPit select the best smartphones?
  4. Alternatives to buying new
  5. Upcoming sales at a glance
  6. Further "Best Of" lists

Buying guide: What smartphones are offered in 2022

Each year, smartphone manufacturers try to add exciting new features to their models, ranging from cameras to batteries and even the form factor itself. Below are a few tips on what to look for when buying a smartphone in 2022.

What features do flagship smartphones currently offer?

  • Form factor: Foldable displays are probably the most exciting development in smartphones in recent years. Thanks to flexible displays, the form factors of the smartphones themselves are also becoming more flexible. In 2022, you will have choices between the ultra-compact Galaxy Z Flip 3, the standard brick format from the iPhone to the Xiaomi, or the foldable tablet in the form of the Galaxy Z Fold 3. You can find a current overview of the best foldable smartphones here:
  • Cameras: The vast majority of high-end smartphones offer at least three cameras at the back: ultra-wide, standard wide-angle, and telephoto. Do not be blinded by the resolution count: The difference between 12 and 108 megapixels is not as big as the numbers suggest. What is more important are factors like the sensor size or the image processing algorithms. You can read more about this in the respective smartphone reviews or in the following article.
Google Pixel 6
Essential for a top smartphone in 2022: a good camera! / © NextPit
  • Batteries: You hardly have to worry about battery life this year. Even with intensive use, you can get through the day with the vast majority of models. However, the differences are starker when it comes to charging: While Xiaomi charges its smartphones completely using 120 watts in a matter of minutes, Apple and Samsung are more conservative. Additional information about batteries and fast charging can be found in the following article.
  • Display: First it was 60 Hz, then 90 Hz, 120 Hz, or even 144 Hz: Over the past two years, smartphones have been getting faster and faster displays. At long last, the Pro models from the iPhone 13 range too, have jumped aboard this bandwagon in 2022. High refresh rates ensure a smoother display, whether for gaming or in everyday use. However, the higher Hertz numbers also nibble away at the battery, so manufacturers usually adjust the refresh rates depending on the content being displayed. You can read more about screens via the following article.
  • Processing power & other specifications: In 2022, there is hardly any need to worry about eeking out sufficient performance in a high-end smartphone. All better smartphones offer more than enough power for current games and for everyday life anyway. The same applies to 5G, which is now standard equipment in smartphones. However, you should carefully consider how much memory you need before buying. This is because expansion options like a microSD card slot are almost non-existent in the upper mid-range models.

NextPit recommends: These are the best smartphones in 2022

Do you want to know more about the different smartphones? In the following segments, we present our favorites and dive into the advantages and disadvantages briefly. Depending on the type of user, there is a perfect choice for everybody. 

Best productivity: Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
With the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung has presented one of the hottest contenders for the best smartphone of 2022 / © NextPit

Read the Galaxy S22 Ultra review on NextPit

The first smartphone we want to introduce to you is the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. In March 2022 it is, in our opinion, the most exciting smartphone you can buy. And compared to the Galaxy S22 and the Galaxy S22+, some exciting innovations await you here.

Samsung has finally managed to integrate the S Pen stylus directly into the housing of the smartphone. That's right, 2022 basically started with the launch of a new Samsung Galaxy Note. In addition, Samsung has been able to improve the already powerful quad-camera of the Galaxy S21 Ultra once again. The S22 Ultra offers larger sensors and should therefore offer better shots, especially at night.

Besides the Galaxy S22 models, the other highlight for the beginning of 2022 was the Western release of the Xiaomi 12 line. We already published a hands-on for the vanilla and Pro models, but we will wait for a full review before taking the crown of the S22 Ultra.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro: The best smartphone of 2022

Apple iPhone 13 Pro
The iPhone 13 Pro currently offers the best overall package of all smartphones. However, those who do not like Apple or iOS will also find exciting alternatives in Samsung, Xiaomi, and other Android brands / © NextPit

Read the full iPhone 13 Pro review on NextPit

Which is the best smartphone in 2022? The answer depends, of course, on which universe you feel more at home in - Android or iOS. In October, our choice was the iPhone 13 Pro because we think it offers the best overall package across all aspects: from camera and performance to its operating system and ecosystem.

In our review of the iPhone 13 Pro, we were particularly impressed by the new camera features, especially the Cinematic Mode and the Photographic styles. And of course, we're very happy to see that the compact Pro model also has the same camera as the Max version this year.

And then, there are also upgrades like the 120 Hz display (finally!), a longer-lasting battery, the smaller notch, and the more potent SoC yet again. You can find an overview of all current iPhone models in the following link as apart from the iPhone 13 Pro, Apple currently officially carries five more smartphones in its portfolio.

2.2 Google Pixel 6 Pro: Best camera smartphone in 2022

Google Pixel 6 Pro
Behind this black bar hides the best smartphone camera on the market / © NextPit

Check out the Google Pixel 6 Pro review at NextPit

The Google Pixel 6 Pro not only has arguably the most eye-catching camera design of the year but is also the most versatile as well. Yes, Google isn't alone with its flexible camera hardware of ultra-wide, wide-angle, and telephoto lenses. But no other manufacturer has delivered camera features as impressive as Google's this year - while also delivering amazing image quality. We're committed to saying that the best camera smartphone in 2022 hails from Google.

It might also be noted, that in our blind camera test conducted in Q1 of 2022, the Pixel 6 Pro was the smartphone with the most consistent camera quality in the comparison. Behind it, we had the iPhone 13 Pro followed by the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

But the Pixel 6 Pro is also far more than a glorified mobile camera. The design is certainly a matter of taste, but it is definitely striking - and we like that. The case feels good in the hand and is protected against dust and water according to IP68 certification. The AMOLED display is amazing to look at, offering great display quality and a variable refresh rate from 10 to 120 Hertz.

Finally, the new Tensor SoC performs well and is simply fun to use in combination with the new Android 12 operating system. However, the fact that Google promised three major Android updates and five years of security patches was not enough for all Android fans. There was also criticism for the rather limited amount of small storage and variants (the iPhone offers up to 1 TB!) as well as the (relatively) slow "Quick" charging.

We have reserved the best for the last. With a recommended retail price of $899, the Google Pixel 6 Pro is not a bargain but is still pleasantly "cheap" for a flagship. And if you can make do without the telephoto lens, the little Google Pixel 6 sibling also offers a great camera experience for just $99. In the following article, we dive into all the differences in detail with the price comparison below showing you the current prices.

2.3 Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3: Best smartphone design of 2022

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
The Galaxy Z Flip 3 is exceptional - and our design favorite of the year / © NextPit

Click here to read the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 review at NextPit

Boom! Yes, five stars. That doesn't mean the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is the perfect smartphone. But it is our way of honoring Samsung's success in finally creating a new class of devices that is suitable for the masses: foldable smartphones. The Z Flip 3 no longer feels like a fragile prototype, but like an everyday item, thanks in part to its IPX8 certification.

And what a chic everyday object it is! The wow effect of the fold-out display is not lost even after our review which is several weeks old. And when folded, the smartphone is just delightfully small. Samsung has also improved everyday usability with minor hardware and software improvements. For example, the exterior display is now more useful and offers more functions than its predecessor.

Of course, this smartphone is not free from weaknesses. At just $999, the Galaxy Z Flip 3 resides in the higher price segment for smartphones, but it offers comparatively very little camera performance. And the battery is also not quite as capable as compared to the competition. It is a pity since there simply must be more space for the chassis to store a larger battery.

2.4 Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro: Best value-for-money smartphone in 2022

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro may not be new, but it offers amazing value-for-money / © NextPit

Click here for the detailed review of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro

Amidst outstanding flagships that cost around $1,000, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro looks a bit lost here. But despite, or perhaps because of, its low price of approximately $250, this smartphone has earned its place in this "Best of" list. The device makes numerous flagship-class features available to the masses.

That begins with the great AMOLED display, which provides a smooth display at a 120 Hz refresh rate. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G cannot keep up with the stronger SoCs of the 7-series or even the 8-series, but it is sufficient for most games. Only having 5G support would have been good here. In return, there is a very decent battery life thanks to the 5,000 mAh cell within.

The main camera relies on a 108-megapixel sensor from Samsung and delivers solid results. However, you should not expect miracles from the ultra-wide-angle camera and the dual telephoto camera, and neither is this a performer in low-light conditions. Of course, the significantly lower price compared to the aforementioned devices would require sacrifices somewhere.

2.5 Xiaomi 11T Pro: The best battery life of 2022

Xiaomi 11t Pro
Consumes more power than a refrigerator: The thick charger on the left pumps up the battery of the Xiaomi 11T Pro at 120 Watts / © NextPit

Click here for the detailed review of the Xiaomi 11T Pro

The Xiaomi 11T Pro boasts an impressive speed record: In just 17 minutes, the 5,000 mAh battery can be charged to 100 percent. Instead of charging the smartphone overnight, you can now perform everyday charging while showering and brushing your teeth. Insane.

The screen of the Xiaomi 11T Pro is also impressive, having won Ben over in the review. However, that's about it for its major strengths. Although there's plenty of processing muscle thanks to the Snapdragon 888 SoC, the smartphone cannot run at its full potential due to overheating problems. The camera system has a 108-megapixel sensor and 8K video recording capability, but the picture quality is somewhat disappointing in reality.

The bottom line is, the Xiaomi 11T Pro is a specifications monster that is less than the sum of its parts. If battery and charging performance are your primary concerns, then you are in the right place.

2.6 Samsung Z Fold 3: The best foldable of 2022

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is more tablet than a smartphone / © NextPit

The full review of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 can be found here.

What we wrote about the Flip at the beginning also applies to the Galaxy Z Fold 3: Samsung's foldables have grown up and matured. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is more rugged than its predecessor and feels more adult-like, and more of a complete device. It offers the same IPX8 certification as the Flip 3 model, but is also significantly more expensive with a starting price of $1,799 and will thus probably remain an exotic device that is out of reach of the masses.

But it is an impressive exotic nonetheless. The two 120 Hz displays are gorgeous, and thanks to amazing performance and continuously improved software, it is really fun to use in everyday use. Only when you game does the thermal throttling occasionally throw a wrench in your plans, and the battery life is not exactly outstanding either.

The cameras perform decently but cannot keep up with current flagships which is a bit disappointing considering the initial cost. Well, the successor of the Galaxy Note series is just a workhorse and not a photo pro; even if there is a "first" in the Z Fold 3, as far as the camera is concerned. Samsung hides the selfie camera under the display which offers less spectacular results in reality than it sounds.

2.7 Fairphone 4: The most sustainable smartphone of 2022

Fairphone 4:
Fairphone 4: When was the last time you saw a replaceable battery? / © NextPit

Read the Fairphone 4 review at NextPit

Yes, the Fairphone 4 is neither the slimmest, nor the prettiest, nor the fastest smartphone. And considering what it offers, it's not cheap either. But: Fairphone does everything in its power to ensure that the smartphone is produced in a sustainable manner and under fair working conditions. Furthermore, the smartphone comes with a five-year warranty, and Fairphone plans to roll out Android updates until 2027.

The hardware can also be upgraded: Besides the battery, you can also replace the camera modules or the memory, for example. The solid build quality also gives us hope that the smartphone will last much longer than just the industry-standard of two years.

Of course, there is also a downside: For a recommended retail price of €579 (there are no plans for the Fairphone 4 to be sold Stateside), you will receive far less power in the Fairphone 4 than in handsets from Xiaomi and its ilk. At least the Snapdragon 750G SoC offers solid performance and is also capable of 5G support, but will that still be sufficient in 2027? We shall see. The included cameras also performed surprisingly well for a small manufacturer. The bottom line is, the Fairphone 4 offers a well-rounded overall package and has thus earned four out of five stars.

2.8 Nubia Redmagic 7 Pro: The best gaming smartphone of the year

Redmagic 7 Pro
Redmagic 7 Pro beat any other gamer smartphone in 2022 / © NextPit

Read the Nubia Redmagic 7 Pro review on NextPit

Debunking the Asus ROG Phone 5, the newly released Nubia Redmagic 7 Pro can be considered the best smartphone gamer on the market today. Offering an unmatched performance-to-price ratio, the Pro version of the Redmagic 7 features a so-called Pro Vision Gaming experience touted by the manufacturer, which is essentially based on the completely bezel-less display with no notches or punches.

The smartphone offers very high-performance levels thanks to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset and pairs the SoC with enough cooling power to control the thermal throttling. In addition, there is a very smooth AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, a large high-quality stereo speaker, and a cool transparent design.

As expected in this type of device though, the camera module is a bit disappointing. And as we've mentioned in the past, while that's not necessarily a bad thing, it's just not good enough for a flagship. But overall, there is no Android smartphone more powerful than today's Redmagic 7 Pro!

How did NextPit choose the best smartphones in 2022?

Anyone who is considering buying a smartphone for over $1,000 or the hereabouts is likely to be quite familiar with the smartphone world. After all, there has to be a fundamental interest in investing the price of a used small car on a mobile phone!

Before you commit to a purchase, take a hard-look look at the spec sheet. Make sure the phone of your choice meets all your requirements. Flagship Android and iOS smartphones can easily last for several years thanks to frequent updates. Picking up the flagship smartphone is therefore also an investment for the future and should therefore be carefully considered. 

So take a good look at the smartphone and if possible, get a hands-on before you buy. Do you like the software? Are you bothered by elements such as a plastic back or a huge notch in the display? For these reasons, the rankings in the above list are not set in stone. Everyone has different preferences and needs, and so, one smartphone that works for you might not work for your other half. All these things should be considered before you swipe your card.  

Alternatives to buying new

Refurbished, sale units, and used smartphones

If removing the protective film for the first time on your new device does not cause you to jump for joy, you can pick up more expensive smartphones from the second-hand or refurbished market. It is particularly advisable to use devices that carry a refurbished guarantee. These are used smartphones that have been checked and refurbished by reputable companies to ensure that they are in tip-top condition. Refurbished devices are particularly exciting to check out when they come with an extended warranty. This is how you protect yourself when picking one up just in case the handset gives up the ghost just a few weeks down the road.

Of course, you do not have this advantage when buying a used smartphone from private owners on platforms such as eBay, eBay classifieds, or other portals. However, used devices can be found for significantly reduced prices here, as there are no additional costs because the middleman has been cut out. With the so-called 'sale', you also secure older models that online shops still carry in new condition but which are no longer in production.

Promotions and sales

Towards the end of the year, each consumer electronics device that you purchase is accompanied by an even greater risk of stumbling upon a cheaper offer just a few weeks down the road. This can be attributed to sales like Black Friday and its associated Black Week, Amazon Prime Day, Singles Day, and Cyber ​​Monday, all of which are discount days in the months of October and November, which are meant to prime the economy before Christmas shopping frenzy season begins. Since smartphones are one of the most popular consumer electronics devices in the market, you should keep your eyes peeled for great deals. You can check out the dates for this year's sales and promotions in the table below:

Upcoming bargains and sales dates

Mark these days down in your 2022 calendar:
Event Date
Amazon Prime Day July 2022 (rumored)
Singles Day 11 November 2022
Black Week 21 to 25 November 2022
Black Friday 25 November 2022
Cyber Monday 28 November 2022

It's best to keep an eye on our homepage these days. Because we search for offers in every online shop and manufacturer's website and assess the offers according to their value. As in this article, you can inform yourself with further reviews and news about the respective devices before buying.

Sign up for a contract with a service provider or an installment plan

If your old smartphone is completely broken and cannot be used, leaving you in desperate need of an immediate replacement, you can always opt for an installment plan that covers several months of payments. Normally, this is seen in the traditional framework of smartphone contracts, where you obtain a new smartphone for free for a monthly surcharge or for a lower one-time payment. Generally speaking, restrictions of a particular smartphone model to a specific network operator no longer exists today. However, there is still the risk of paying more for the device at the end of the contract compared to buying it outright now.

On the other hand, you also obtain cheaper prices with a monthly financing plan. You pay off the purchase price of the new device across an agreed number of monthly installments sans contract and with 0% interest. Such financing packages are extremely popular, but it also comes with their own risks. For instance, if you lose your new smartphone immediately after buying it or if it breaks, you will still honor the remaining installments for a device that can no longer be used or is limited in functionality. 

What do you think of this approach as well as our selection? Which models have we missed out on which do you think deserve to be included in the list? Let us know in the comments!

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    No LG phones again!! Come on people why are you so biased against LG? The V20 and the G6 should be on the list.

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  • Anjel Arobi 1 month ago Link to comment

    I love to use Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3


  • storm 2 months ago Link to comment

    Coming from already owning a phone that's doing everything I ask of it, none of these phones strike me as worthwhile. They're all software abusers of the consumer.

    There are phones coming to market that should be better at that critical thing than all of these phones. They'll likely be somewhat lesser hardware. But the hardware is more than adequate, it's the software that's so abusive right now.

    It's time for that to change if the companies want to sell me a phone.


  • Simone Costi 6 months ago Link to comment

    My LG V30 has just turned 3 years old and its battery has been worn out over time. I 'm also tired of being stuck with android 9. Should I replace the battery or should I wait for the Galaxy s22 Ultra and buy it?


    • Rubens Eishima
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      6 months ago Link to comment

      If Android updates are important, one option to consider (depending on where you live) is the Pixel 6.


      • Simone Costi 5 months ago Link to comment

        I don 't like google 's design approach, as well as I don' t like the stock Android OS. Because of that, I 'm not considering devices with a non-customized UI. I 've also been a Samsung fan in the past (I also liked the Touchwiz UI), so the Google Pixel is definitely not a good choice for me!
        Last, but not least, only samsung devices allow to disable fast charge, meaning that I can choose to charge at a maximum of 5V and 2A ( or maybe 3), no matter how much powerful is the charger I use.


  • storm 6 months ago Link to comment

    Pixel and Fairphone are the only phones of interest to me on the list. My phone is more productivity focused and so gaming level features aren't worth the money. I've been very satisfied with mid tier phones for quite a while now.


  • storm 10 months ago Link to comment

    I guess I don't wAnt to wave a flag. None of these interest me at all


  • Zeeshan_sid Mar 24, 2020 Link to comment

    I think LG phones are good


  • Andrew Burgin Mar 18, 2020 Link to comment

    Motorola Edge should be released soon,and with Samsung now struggling with the sales of there new S20 models,they have got stop over pricing there phones,or they will be struggling soon,and its there own problem cause by copying the pricing policy of Apple


  • storm Mar 18, 2020 Link to comment

    OnePlus is too expensive to merit best value.


  • Kimberley M. Williams Dec 26, 2019 Link to comment

    The upgrades are coming day by day but there is some new phone nowadays and it is amazing


  • Sajibuzzaman Nov 6, 2019 Link to comment

    Thanks


  • Ronald Fwanio Nov 3, 2019 Link to comment

    Been Using Galaxy Note 8 for 3 years and S10+ for awhile and they have the best Specs and Features!! Lovin' it!!


  • David Martrano Nov 1, 2019 Link to comment

    I've been using the s10+ since it's release. This phone is simply a pleasure to use. I really have no complaints. All the premium features. Display, cameras & battery are excellent, there is no finer even after 8 mos of very heavy use!


  • GT Ohh Oct 31, 2019 Link to comment

    I'm rockin a Samsung Galaxy S10 and loving it, my only gripe is the lack of an LED notification. That said its great so far. My wife has the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and she says its the best device shes ever owned. Does anyone know when Samsung is releasing android 10 & the new One UI 2?


  • marco sarli
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    Oct 29, 2019 Link to comment

    Only expensive ones


  • eSparkBiz Jun 7, 2019 Link to comment

    Android phones are the best in terms of cost because iPhones are expensive! Recently, one of my friends has bought Huawei P30 Pro. This phone has excellent features and less price.


  • Steven Clark Seeds May 1, 2019 Link to comment

    £234 as 'best value'?! Come off it. My Moto G5+ was £159 nearly 2 years ago, the G6 and its Play version are now similarly priced...
    While I'm at it, imo it's high time smartphone users, makers and commentators started demanding that ALL battery-powered devices (not only phones...) have batteries that can be replaced by the user. Getting a new phone because the battery is failing is simply unsustainable - and we all KNOW that in our hearts of hearts...


  • Say What?? Apr 30, 2019 Link to comment

    The Mate 20 X has the best battery life. I get around 11-13 hours of screen on time daily. The S9+, Note 9 would be one of the best phones if they gave us a non edge screen version. I'm not a fan of the curves.


  • Ross Downer Dec 25, 2018 Link to comment

    Why is there a crappy iPhone on the middle of your main image when you are talking about android. No android user would be stupid enough to fall into the the Apple arena. I would rather not have a phone then buy Apple. Bring on the Galaxy F. I have used all of the phones above and in my opinion the Samsung Note 9 and Galaxy S9 are by far the best paired with the Galaxy watch they are fantastic.

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