Best Smartphones for Smart People – the Big Three

Some people are satisfied with a phone that can call, text, reach others on social media, find a Bitstarz welcome bonus and that has a camera that isn’t too busted. Some may even enjoy one or two mobile games. However, there are the tech-geeks out there, as well as people looking for the best of the best, whether for novelty’s sake or for professional performance. Here are the best three phones on the market right now.

Samsung Galaxy S10 (Along with Plus)

Arguably the best Android phone in the world, and available for purchase for $750-$1300 on Amazon (at the time of writing, though it really depends on several different factors, including your location), Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus comes with a few features every gadget enthusiast is going to love, though, admittedly, one or two may need getting used to. For example, one of the novelties is the Infinity-O design for the screen and it is worth noting that the screen in question is simply gorgeous.

The cameras with amazing capabilities are nothing to sneeze at. Furthermore, you can muscle up your new device with 12GB of RAM and a whole terabyte of memory. The battery has a capacity of 4,100mAh. The operating system of the device is Android 9.0 Pie. The only competitor that could challenge S10 in the Android world could be Huawei P30 (more on that later).

iPhone 11

Not only does the best iPhone in the world have a great camera, but it also has an amazing battery life, something you don’t often boast about when it comes to Apple devices. Depending on where you shop and the upgrades you choose, you can even get it cheaper than you would the aforementioned Galaxy S10. There are deals at Amazon and companies like Verizon and AT&T that are willing to give you this phone for about $700, if not less.

It has a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina LCD display, which might upset a fan or two, though the color balance more than makes up for any inconvenience a nitpicker might experience. The phone borrows a great deal from its predecessor, iPhone XR, though this deals more with the aesthetics than performance. It just goes to show that Apple still has a few tricks up its sleeve.

Huawei P30 (and Pro)

If you are looking for an Android device that brings its own dash of flavor, you need not look further than Huawei P30. Apart from running Pie, it also has its own EMUI 9.1 and a fast-charging battery of a 3,650mAh that can handle an hour or two of video content without feeling much stress.All in all, it is a well-rounded phone with an amazing camera, extra lens and 5x optical zoom with the Pro version, that doesn’t get winded when you make it do what a smartphone should do. Interestingly enough, P30 offers more pixels per inch than the Pro, with 1,080 x 2,340. It definitely deserves one of the top three spots.