Best Phone of 2019 in the US
The good phone of 2019 in the US is a costly investment, whether it comes from Samsung, Apple or Google. A lot of these phones prices start at $1,000, so you’ll want to take your choice sincerely. That’s why we’re here to advice for you.
1. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
A big phone with a few new specifications
Release date: March 2019 | Weight: 175g / 198g | Dimensions: 157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8mm | OS: Android Pie | Screen size: 6.4-inch | Resolution: 3040×1440 | CPU: Snapdragon 855 | RAM: 8/12GB | Storage: 128/512GB/1TB (up to 1.5TB with card) | Battery: 4,100mAh | Rear camera: 12MP + 12MP + 16MP | Front camera: 10MP + 8MP
Camera: The S10 Plus has 3 cameras on the back: a 12MP regular lens, a 12MP optically zoomed lens, and a new 16MP ultra-wide lens. We found the picture nature to be a bit variable – may be due to the dual-aperture main lens – with nice but not true low-light performance.
Verdict: After analysis the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e, we can say for sure that the S10 Plus beats them out. It has the awesome specs, cameras and battery life of the whole set, and it’s not too much more costly than the other models. If you need a phone that will blow any other device out of the water in early 2019 – as well as its in-screen fingerprint sensor and very good reverse charging – this is your real choice.
2.iPhone XS Max
Want the great, nice iPhone? This is it
Release date: September 2018 | Weight: 208g | Dimensions: 157.5 x 77.4 x 7.7mm | OS: iOS 12 | Screen size: 6.5-inch | Resolution: 1242 x 2688 | CPU: A12 Bionic | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64/256/512GB | Battery: 3,174mAh | Rear camera: 12MP+12MP | Front camera: 7MP
Camera: This is the great iPhone camera ever made, even if the 12MP dual-lens rear camera number hasn’t replaced in various years. It’s all around the software inside and how the A12 chipset interprets scenes with Smart HDR. It’s up there with the Google Pixel 2 and Samsung Galaxy Note 9, even if Apple’s pictures influence to be less vivid in our tests and more true-to-life.
The iPhone XS is a complete beast when it comes to act. The new A-12 Bionic chip performs far above what the Snapdragon 845 today is can do. The display is absolutely serious eye-candy and the cameras themselves are great. What’s not so great is the battery life, and the price tag of Rs 1,34,900. While this is absolutely a very dynamic device. The iPhone XS isn’t for everyone. It is for those for whom price tag is no object, and for those who can really manage the price tag.
3. Google Pixel 3
The best camera on a phoneRelease date: October 2018 | Weight: 148g | Dimensions: 145.6 x 68.2 x 7.9mm | OS: Android Pie | Screen size: 5.5-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 2160 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB/128/256GB | Battery: 2,915mAh | Rear camera: 12.2MP | Front camera: Dual 8MP
Camera: The Pixel 2’s cameras are its good selling point. On back, the 12.2MP sensor paired with Google’s dazzling software optimization make for gorgeous photos in most situations. Optical Image Stabilization absolutely helps, too. Selfie lovers get a gift with dual front-facing cameras that can snap pictures with very unique viewing angles.
The Pixel 3 carry with it refinement to an established design, butter smooth achievement, a pixel perfect camera and a display to immerse you. For the consult about price, it is more reasonable than an iPhone XS and offers exotic overall performance. Sure, there is no face unlock and at full volume the full device vibrates but if you need flagship performance, then you can definitely consider it.
4. OnePlus 7 Pro
The pop-up camera will lure you in, but the premium screen will get you to stay
Release date: May 2019 | Weight: 206g | Dimensions: 162 x 75 x 8.8mm | OS: Android Pie | Screen size: 6.67-inch | Resolution: Quad HD+ | CPU: Snapdragon 855 | RAM: 6/8/12GB | Storage: 128/256GB | Battery: 4,000mAh Rear camera: 48MP + 8MP + 16MP | Front camera: 16MP
Camera: The camera has consistently been the weakest part of the OnePlus lineup, but we’ve experienced better phones from the OnePlus 7 Pro. In camera front OnePlus 7 Pro (regular, ultra-wide and telephoto) did a fine job in proper light. Nightscape mode has been enhanced, but begs for a tripod in mixed light (any lights in dark scene tend to smear).
OnePlus mobile used to feel like a no-brainer suggestion to me. They provide cutting-edge specs and an awesome user interface at half the cost of the competition. You’re absolutely going to have to weigh what you value before jumping in with your eyes closed. It view the part of a flagship phone and acts more lavish than it really in part because of its top-shelf specs.