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Top 4 Smartphones on the Market Now


Buying a new phone is a very big decision, one that you simply can’t make overnight. The smartphones in today’s time come with top-notch technology, specifications, and features that end up giving real tough competition to one another.

If you are looking to replace your old, worn-out phone with a new sleek smartphone with all the latest features, here are the top four smartphones that you can choose from.


A High Ranking Android All-Rounder: Samsung Galaxy S20

With a 6.2 inch Dynamic AMOLED display and 64 Megapixel rear camera, the Samsung Galaxy S20 is not only the most capable camera phone on the market, but it is also the most dynamic. A fantastic display and a powerful 4,000mAh battery (including reverse wireless charging), a 120Hz screen refresh rate, and its 5g evolution capability are all some more features that ensure that this phone raises the bar.

However, that’s just the bottom-tier (if you can even call it that) of the S20 lineup. The Plus offers a 512GB storage option while the Ultra reigns supreme with its 108-Mega-Pixel Rear Camera. Although the entire S20 range does take a toll on one’s wallet, at the end of the day, you’re getting your money’s worth with a high functioning phone immersed in top-notch specifications.

Best Camera: Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max

When it comes to the camera department, not many phones out there hold a candle to Apple’s cameras. The iPhone 11 Pro Max comes with a 12-megapixel wide, 12-megapixel ultra-wide, and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens that is all calibrated to present users with brilliant, as-close-to-real-life images as a camera can manage. On top of that, the phone has a sensational night mode and zoom features.

The effortlessly large yet compact 5.8-inch screen gives wide pixel coverage while matte, fingerprint-resistant glass makes it the most visually striking phone on the market. Want more? The iPhone 11 Pro Max also comes with support for Dolby Atmos Sound and supports wireless charging, as well as proprietary fast charging.

Best Budget Phone: Apple iPhone SE

Starting at only $399, this front and back glass body has an attractive price with a slew of features that honestly sound too good to be true. Its fantastic battery life with wireless charging support and water resistance makes it even more worthy of being on this list. The camera itself is on par with the iPhone 11 lineup – it includes Smart HDR for photos, Quick Take filming, and Portrait Mode!

The iPhone SE’s 4.7-inch LCD screen may also appeal to those looking for smaller phones while bringing back the home button might attract people who are longing for the old iPhone designs.

A Worthy Rival: Motorola G7

With a glossy, contemporary design, turbocharging, a striking display, quality dual rear cameras, and fantastic battery life, the Motorola G7 is quite a worthy rival to its more big-name competitors (not that Motorola is a small player in the smartphone market, of course).

The camera quality is quite decent and allows you to shoot slow-motion videos, 4k video, and capture photos in portrait mode. In terms of specifications, the Motorola G7 comes with 64 GB of storage, 3000-mAh battery, dual 12 and 5-megapixel camera, and 4 gigabytes of RAM.

When buying a new smartphone, the key is to shortlist a few options by comparing specifications and features and picking the one that best meets your needs and requirements.