In 2019, it is safe to say that most of the free world has a cell phone or at least access to one. And cell phones are not what they used to be, limited to calls, texts, and an app or two. No, now smartphones are the do-everything mobile device that allows us to connect our whole lives to it.
But there are different smartphone makers out there that bring different things to the table. Knowing the differences and what each can offer is important when deciding which phone is the best for your needs and desires.
Here is a guide to some of the best smartphones of 2019.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
The Galaxy S10 has a huge screen for easier, gorgeous display as you watch or stream videos on your phone. The camera is one of the best on the market right now and provides an ease of use that many love.
There are also a litany of new features and the specs are the latest and greatest. There is one downside to this – and most of the other phones on this list – in that it is very pricey at $999 US. Still, there is not a smartphone on the market that can touch the overall package brought to the table by the Samsung Galaxy S10.
iPhone XS Max
If there is a smartphone on the market that is comparable to the Galaxy S10 Plus, it is this. The screen on the iPhone XS Max is massive and provides a beautiful all-screen display that is color-rich and provides vibrant quality.
Even better, you can get all-day battery use out of this smartphone. The battery lasts longer than ever. The camera is also the best that Apple has ever made, making the photos feel more true-to-life than ever.
Google Pixel 3
While the aforementioned options provide flash, the Google Pixel 3 is about the substance. Featuring the best-in-class cameras, the Pixel 3 delivers the sharpest and most true-to-life photos to its 5.5 inch screen that is available on the market.
Though it doesn’t have the flash of the two aforementioned phones, it might pack the best punch on the inside and a battery that can stand up to all-day usage. The camera alone makes it worth the price point and it holds up with the big boys in terms of usability and overall quality.