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Assessing 5 of 2019’s Best Smartphones

The Independent reviews some of the best smartphones to invest in this year




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With a number of sophisticated mobile phones emerging every now and then, there is a certain degree of difficulty when finding the right and suitable device. With this in mind, reviews about the top gadgets are indeed very helpful for potential buyers.

Here is a review of some android and i-Phone smartphones for everyone’s benefit. The units are considered among the best in the market today. In order to establish an impartial view, these devices are randomly presented and are not, in any way, ranked based on certain preferences.

  1. Motorola Moto G6

When it comes to budget-friendly items, the Motorola Moto G6 is among the android units to choose from. This is basically an upgrade from 2018’s G5 Plus device. With a second rear camera in tow for portrait mode images, the phone provides a

YouTube screen grab: Motorola Moto G6

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considerably huge display based on its 18:9 screen ratio.

Compared to its last year’s predecessor, the G6 has ditched the micro-USB port and replaced it with the USB-C. The metallic back side is nowhere to be found and replacing it is a glass cover with curved edges which is protected by the Gorilla Glass 3 element.

  1. LG V40 ThinQ

Even though Apple and Samsung brands are usually ranked at the top of the smartphone industry, there is another player in this segment that provides promising and dependable products. The LG V40 ThinQ is a breakthrough gadget that so

YouTube screen grab: LG V40 ThinQ

unlike the rest of them.

Here is device that has five camera lenses. That’s a couple of photo snappers upfront and three on the rear. For anyone who is keen to improve their image capturing approach, this is the phone for you. Perhaps the closest gadget to compete is the Amazon Fire Phone which has also five cameras but such lenses are only intended for motion tracking.

  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Fans of huge smartphones will feel comfortable with another Korean device. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 introduces a capability that leans on its S Pen stylus tool. Whether it is about scribbling or taking screenshots or tinkering with some photos, the latest Note gadget has the precision to do what any user wants.

YouTube screen grab: Samsung Galaxy Note 9

The Note 9 does not merely come up with a big 6.4-inch screen. It also contains powerful hardware components such as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and the 4,000mAh battery. The device is further enhanced with either a 128GB or 512GB storage systems with a microSD card to boot.

  1. One Plus 6T

Anybody looking for an unconventional smartphone will find one with the One Plus 6T device. Over the years, the company has initiated some instrumental developments through this product. The 6T

YouTube screen grab: One Plus 6T

is in play when patched to notable US networks like T-Mobile and Verizon.

This is one of the leading android devices as of late. It definitely has gone international based on its overseas connections. In addition to its excellent camera, the unit’s slick performance is attributed to the seemingly-lightning speed of its processor.

  1. Apple i-Phone XS

As a leading technological firm across the globe, Apple continues to tighten its grip for the top spot. The arrival of i-Phone XS has solidified that approach. This unit is an improved state of the 2017 X model. In addition to an upgraded camera sensor, a new processor is also in place to heighten the gadget’s operational efficiency.

YouTube screen grab: iPhone XS

The XS is armed with essential security measures. In addition to a Face ID sensor, the device is comprised with a depth-sensing front camera. Although it has only a single rear photo snapper, the best thing about this accessory is the presence of its own software-aided portrait mode.


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