The most of smartphone user in this new year have tested top mobiles from brands like Apple, Samsung, Google, Motorola, OnePlus, Huawei and more. According to testing these phones,We have collected some idea and we want to share to you. So, Please choose what you like among top 5 best smartphones 2020 Reiew
Top 5 Best smartphones 2020 Reviews lists
1. IPHONE 11 PRO| smartphones
Mix that all together and throw in an OLED screen for good measure and you come out with a versatile smartphones that will handle just about every task you throw its way, without stopping to take so much as a single breath. However, that’s not to mean it isn’t without its fair share of faults – the biggest of which is the lack of support for 5G. Although, that’s not as big of a deal as one would have thought.
5G is still a long way off being the nation’s standard. In fact, it’s only available in a handful of cities nationwide at the moment and even then, only in really small surface areas within. Even if the iPhone 11 Pro supported 5G, you probably wouldn’t be able to use it. And let’s not forget that 5G tariffs are about as expensive as can be, so the fact it doesn’t work with the network actually brings the price down.
The Apple iPhone 11 Pro also comes bundled with an 18W charger for fast-charging.
The fact of the matter is, it doesn’t get better than the Apple iPhone 11 Pro right now, and for anyone looking to upgrade their phone right now, its quality mandates that it is one the very first devices to be considered.
2. SAMSUNG GALAXY S10 PLUS
The rear-mounted camera also boasts an ultra-wide angle camera, which produces some incredibly dramatic shots. It also has less of the unsightly distortion we’ve seen from rival ultra-wide angle cameras in the past.
Finally, the new One UI operating system, which is based on Android Pie, is infinitely better than anything from the likes of Huawei, LG or Sony. One UI has been designed from the ground-up to acknowledge that while we all want massive screens on our phones, massive smartphones are really annoying to use, especially one-handed while squished into the train carriage during a morning commute. To solve this headache, One UI shifts all the elements of the user interface that you’ll actually need to tap into the lower-third of the touchscreen where they are within easy reach.
The Galaxy S10 Plus isn’t perfect. There are some really gimmicky new photo modes (who wants the background to look like it’s spinning?!), the Infinity-O cut-out is a little bit unsightly and it can cost up to an eye-watering £1,399 for the maxed-out model with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of built-in storage.
However, these are nitpicks, and don’t stop this from becoming our new go-to recommendation for anyone who wants the best phone on the market.
3. Huawei P30 Pro
We’re cautiously returning the Huawei P30 Pro to our list of best smartphones. It’s undoubtedly one of the best camera phones on the market, paired with a great powerful experience with outstanding battery life.
But there is that note of caution. With Huawei seemingly caught in the middle of the US-China trade war it’s still a little unclear what’s going to happen on the software front. The company has said that Android 10 is coming with EMUI 10 and that will bring it up to date for the best part of the next year.
4. Motorola Moto G8 Plus| smartphones
Motorola has had great success with the Moto G. For a long time it was the affordable phone to choose. Prices have risen, the range has diversified, but so too has the offering. The Moto G8 Plus is a stellar mid-range phone, packed with enough power to suit most people, great battery life and nice clean software.
It’s packed into a design that belies its price, and while the camera is the best on the market, at this price point you’re getting a lot of smartphones. Phones like the Moto G8 Plus demonstrate that you don’t always need to go flagship to get a great experience.
5. Oppo Reno 10x Zoom| smartphones
Oppo has made a big splash with the Reno family, topped by the 10x Zoom. It’s a silly name for a phone, but it mirrors much of the OnePlus 7 Pro in terms of hardware – all the way down to a pop-up wedge selfie camera to make sure that the display remains clear of notches and clutter. The result is a phone that’s pretty big and bulky, but you do get good performance and battery life with that.
The Reno runs Oppo’s ColorOS based on Android and while it’s not hugely intrusive, there’s a lot of changes and it’s not a smooth and nice to use as the software you’ll find on the OnePlus 7 Pro. There’s also a 5G version – called the Oppo Reno 5G – but which offers the same core functions.