Purchasing a new phone in 2020 is an expensive investment, regardless of the company that has manufactured it. This means choosing a phone that best suits you is all the more important. The market has seen a mass influx of new phones in the first half of the year and is expecting more soon.
Samsung Galaxy S20 / S20 Plus
- Latest specs
- 30x zoom max
- A smooth 120Hz refresh rate
- Aggressive price bump
- Poor in-screen fingerprint sensor
- The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is rated the best phone you can buy today, while the smaller, and slightly less capable, Galaxy S20 is so similar that we’ve lumped to two together.
- What makes these phones standout is their price.
- Weight: 194g
- Great value
- Great discounts
- Ultrawide lens better than telephoto
- LCD screen
- Fingerprint-prone glass back
- The iPhone 11 isn’t technologically superior to the iPhone 11 Pro series, but it is priced well. It replaces the iPhone XR with the same 6.1-inch screen but has a new dual-lens camera at the back.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
- Amazing camera zoom
- Handy S Pen stylus
- Ultra expensive
- Skin smoothening in photos
- The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is Samsung’s most expensive phone, and its perk is that it comes with an amazing camera. Prepare for extreme close-up shots with the 5x optical zoom and 50x digital zoom. The famous S Pen returns with new tricks such as recording voice notes and syncing them with your handwritten notes.
iPhone 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max
- Night mode shines through
- Lots of power
- No updates in design
- High prices
- The iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are almost identical, save for the different screen and battery sizes, as well as their prices.
OnePlus 8 Pro
- One of the best displays around
- 5G and plenty of power
- Reverse & fast wireless charging
- Most expensive OnePlus yet
- Less storage in the base model vs 7T Pro
- The OnePlus 8 Pro blew everyone away when it was reviewed. While the OnePlus 8 is still also an option, it’s missing many, many of the new features we like about the Pro.