10 best smartphones of June 2019

 

As for us phone freaks, we love to rock or recommend only the best of the best smartphones and of course the latest, like, the LATEST. And speaking of the latest, it’s July 2019. Wondering what smartphones kills this month? I gat you.

  1. Apple iPhone XS Max

Overall, this is the best recent smartphone you might want to buy. Though its upgrades are not much different from the iPhone XS, it offers you a larger canvas for watching video, split-screen view within certain apps and longer battery life. If you really want to spend a lot on a phone to use for a longer period of time, you should go for this, because, for the sum of $1,099, you get the fastest processor ever in a phone and a pleasurably large 6.5 inch OLED display, and a much better camera to use in low-lights. 

  1. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

If you’re looking for the best android phone so far, Samsung’s Galaxy S tenth generation is the one – Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. While it might not offer the best nighttime and low-light shots, it has more standard features some of its counterparts are yet to meet up to. Unlike most androids which usually have a fingerprint sensor at the back, the Galaxy S10 Plus has an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor under its phenomenal AMOLED screen 6.4-inch display which lets you quickly unlock the device. It has 12-5-hour battery life and let you charge other devices wirelessly. With its three rear cameras, it produces some stellar photos that give Pixel 3’s camera a run for its money. Samsung’s phone processor, Snapdragon 855 chipset, so far, delivers the best performance ever in an Android phone and even approaches the iPhone’s A12 Bionic processor which leads currently. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus costs $899.99 for all these features and more for the best total Android experience so far.  

  1. Huawei P30 Pro

When it comes to capturing photos, Huawei’s P30 Pro delivers outstandingly. Though it might not offer the best processor performance and screen resolution and doesn’t have a headphone jack for wired headphones, but with its four rear lenses, it takes astounding photos. With Huawei’s P30 Pro’s impressive camera skills, it knocks out other great camera phones such as Google’s Pixel 3 to be the number one smartphone for taking amazing photos, especially in low-lights. It offers a 5x optical zoom for capturing detailed images from far. It also has a superb battery life and a stunning design. But compared to the Pixel 3 and other great recent camera phones, the Huawei P30 Pro won’t come to the U.S due to some political entanglement. But as soon as you catch sight of it, don’t hesitate to get it if you want the best camera phone so far. You can get it on Amazon for $880.   

  1. One Plus 7 Pro

With One Plus’s new model, One Plus 7 pro costing $699 compared to other flagship phones with premium featurespremium features such as Samsung, Apple, and Google who now commands the $1,000 price tags, it has maintained its legacy of being the phone with the best flagship value to buy. For that price, the One Plus 7 Pro offers great features such as an expansive 6.67-inch display with a 90 Hz refresh rate. The One Plus 7 Pro is heavy though, and isn’t really acknowledged for water resistance and lacks charging and a headphone jack. But it is fast, has a neat pop-up camera, and takes fantastic photos with its triple rear cameras. These features and more make the One Plus 7 Pro the best of One Plus phones so far. And compared to its rivals, Samsung and iPhone, it costs a lot less making it the most affordable premium Android phone of 2019.  

  1. Google Pixel 3A

If you do not want to spend more than $400 dollar on a phone, then Google Pixel 3A is definitely the phone you would want to buy. It isn’t water resistant and doesn’t have wireless charging. But while other Google Pixel flagship phones might offer you a more powerful processor and more polished materials, the Google Pixel 3A offers you the same AI-powered camera, great low-light shot, and the pure Android experience as in the original $799 Pixel 3 for just $399. Thus if you don’t mind using a phone with local storage of 64GB for all the great things about Google’s Pixel flagship phones for $399, the Google Pixel 3A is what you are looking for.   

  1. Apple iPhone XR

Apple iPhone XR it that iPhone that offers you almost all you get in the $999.99 iPhone XS for $749.99. The $250 difference might cost you the dual rear shooters you get from the XS for 2X optical zoom, but you get the top-grade in every way. A bright, vivid and large 6.1-inch LCD display, the fastest (A12 Bionic) processor ever in a phone, Face ID, wireless charging and great camera quality, almost like the iPhone XS. And to top it all up, a lasting battery life. Apple iPhone XR is simply the best in iPhone value.

  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is perfect especially for those who prefer the large-screen phone. It has a big 6.4-inch QHD+ OLED display, the Snapdragon 845 chipset processor, 6GB of RAM with 128GB of storage and great battery life. You also get a new AI-assisted camera which allows for automatic scene recognition to get the best photo. What makes it even more special is the fact that it has a Bluetooth-enabled S Pen, which allows you to control the phone remotely for snapping photos, switching slides in PowerPoint and even navigating through the gallery. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gives you the best experience in a big-screen phone so far for $899.99.

  1. Motorola Moto G7 Power

The $299 Moto G7, is not bad in itself, but with a 5,000-mAh battery, the G7 Power beats it, lasting way longer. For costing less, the Motorola Moto G7 Power gives up some RAM, storage and a second rear camera. But for a token of $249, you get a pure Android software experience, a vibrant 6.2-inch display, and support for all U.S networks. However, in a case whereby you are budgeting, trying to save money but still want to get a smartphone that kills now, you can’t get a better phone than the Moto G7 Power under $250 today.

  1. Samsung Galaxy S10E

If you are a fan of small phones, Samsung Galaxy S10E should be a dream come true for you. This 5.8-inch Samsung’s Galaxy S10E shares the same Snapdragon 855 processor, core camera, and wireless power-sharing with the other Galaxy S10 models but gives up the in-display fingerprint and third rear camera lens. But you can rest assured of excellent photos and speed as in the Samsung Galaxy S10 models.  And with a starting price of $749, Samsung Galaxy S10E is the best compact smartphone so far. It has a great battery life as well.

  1. Apple iPhone 7

Apart from being the cheapest iPhone, Apple has to offer, the $449 Apple iPhone 7 is the best phone for your kids. Compared to adults, kids are careless. That’s why the IP67 dust- and water-resistant iPhone 7 is great for your kids. It can’t be damaged by just a splash of water. The App store in every iPhone including iPhone 7 will also give your kids access to a wide range of games and social networking apps. And thanks to the phone’s support for iOS 12, you can be in control of when they can use these apps.

All these phones are special in their own way; it all depends on your preference, your motives, and your pockets. And most importantly, they are all current and perfect smartphones to use for July 2019.   

 

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