Best Phones for 2018

Best Phones for 2018

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The Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the perfect place for new smartphones as the biggest Android smartphone manufacturers release their new models in this time. The biggest smartphone manufacturer is Samsung, and they just released their latest version of the Galaxy line of smartphones in the MWC of 2018. iPhone and OnePlus are lined up to release their next flagships at the latter end of this year; thus, we should take a look at the best phones of 2017. Snapdragon, the processor of choice for the top brands in the smartphone market, also announced their latest flagship processor, the Snapdragon 845 which has Adreno 630 GPU which promises to deliver 30% better performance than last year. Thus, as a result, we list down the most hotly anticipated smartphones of this year with the latest specs and the most eye-catching and eye-popping features. So please do VOTE on what you think deserves to be the best phone for 2018.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

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Samsung released their latest smartphone, the Galaxy S9 Plus on the 25th of February, and this phone looks like a beast. Many have already touted the S9 Plus to have the best camera on the market, with a dual 12-megapixel camera that can shift the aperture from f1.5 to f2.4, which can capture a huge amount of light during low light scenarios. It fashions the latest Snapdragon 845 processor with Adreno 630 GPU, 6 GB of RAM, and it also comes with Android Oreo straight out of the box. The battery life on it is 3500 mAh, which sounds modest in comparison with other phones but when you factor in the higher efficiency of its processor, you already know its bound to give you more juice than the Galaxy S8 Plus from the previous year. All the specs make it a hot contender to be the best smartphone of 2018.
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OnePlus 5T

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One of the most hotly contested flagship smartphones of this year, the OnePlus 5T promised to be a flagship killer with its top of the line specs and an unbeatable price tag! With the all the top specs of 2017 such as Snapdragon 835, 8 GB of RAM on the high model, 128 GB of on board storage, a bezel less display and dual camera right out of the box, the OnePlus is hailed all around the world to be a trusted brand that never fails to deliver on its promises. The entry level model has 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of on board storage. The phone delivers noticeable upgrades from the OnePlus 5 with a new face recognition technology and faster processing speed and higher gaming performance. The biggest difference from the OnePlus 5 to the OnePlus 5T is its bezel less display although the battery is a bit short at 3300 mAh but due to better optimization of the OnePlus 5T, this phone has the same screen on time as the OnePlus 5.
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Apple iPhone X

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The next flagship from the stores of Apple, the new iPhone X promises to be far better than the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus from 2016 with a huge bump in performance and higher specs that rivals other brands of Android. The 2017 flagship model will improve on the hardware side as well as the software side from the iPhone 7 Plus. This new generation of smartphone from Apple has a bezel less display and a far greater screen to body ration than the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. With a 5.8-inch screen and a dual 12 MP camera at the back, this represents the biggest design change from Apple. The iPhone X gets rid of the fingerprint scanner for the faster and more secure Face ID recognition software, and the processor is a new bionic A11 chip from Apple, with 3 GB of RAM and 2716 mAh of battery. There are two variants of iPhone X, one with a 64 GB of onboard storage and the other with a 256 GB of onboard storage.
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Google Pixel 2XL

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Google always amazed us with their smartphones. Last year’s Pixel XL had the one of the best camera on a smartphone, and this year’s Pixel 2 XL promises to do the same. With a FHD AMOLED display, 4 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 835 chipset, the new Pixel is faster and smarter than ever before. The camera fashions a dual setup for great bokeh shots and panoramic settings. It weighs only 175g, has Android 8.0 right out of the box, 6.0” screen and a 3520 mAh battery. There are two variants of the Pixel 2 XL, one with a 64 GB of onboard storage and the other with a 128 GB of onboard storage.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 8

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The favourite Note series of the smartphone market, the Galaxy Note 8 promises to bring some generation upgrades to the disastrous Galaxy Note 7 from 2016 with Snapdragon 835 processor, 6 GB of RAM and a better camera. The battery life of 3300 mAh on this phone will also improve from Note 7 thanks to a more efficient chipset which will use less power to function. The screen is a Super AMOLED 6.3” with a dual 12 MP camera for great bokeh shots. There are two variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, one with a 64 GB of onboard storage and the other with a 128 GB of onboard storage.
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LG V30

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The LG V30 released on September of 2017, and it has an impressive spec sheet to say the least. The camera of LG V20 was already great and managed to compete with the best smartphones of 2016, and the LG V43 promises to do the same with its amazing camera and customizable settings. The screen sports a 6.0” QHD AMOLED display for immersive viewing experience and the battery of the LG V43 is 3300 mAh. The specs are similar to other flagships such as Snapdragon 835 processor with Adreno 540 GPU and 6 GB of RAM with 128 GB of internal storage.
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Apple iPhone 8 Plus

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The iPhone 8 Plus got overshadowed by the more impressive screen and design changes of the iPhone X, but it’s still one of the best smartphones of this year. The performance upgrades over iPhone 7 Plus is very noticeable on this phone with a new A11 bionic chip from Apple. It has iOS 11 right out of the box with a much improved and more efficient 2691 mAh of Battery life. It sports a 5.5” Full HD screen and a dual 12 MP camera with 3 GB of RAM. There are two variants of iPhone 8 Plus, one with a 64 GB of internal storage and the other with a 256 GB of internal storage.
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Motorola Moto G5 Plus

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Arguably the best budget friendly phone of 2017, the Motorola Moto G5 Plus has some impressive specs to back up its lofty claims. The screen is a beautiful 5.2” Full HD display with 4 GB of RAM and Snapdragon 625 chipset. The phone handles all your daily tasks with ease and can also handle some high-end gaming without much lags. The Moto G5 Plus comes with a 3000 mAh battery and 12 MP of camera. It also has two variants, one with a 32 GB of onboard storage and the other with a 64 GB of onboard storage.
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Sony Xperia XZ Premium

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Although Sony has lost its shine somewhat from its hay days, the Xperia XZ Premium still manages to pack a punch. It comes with Android 7.1 right out of the box and is upgradeable to Android 8.0. The screen comes at 5.46” and has an impressive 4K resolution, and the 3230 mAh battery will be able to last you at least half a day on full charge. It has a 19 MP camera and 4 GB or Ram with the Snapdragon 835 processor. The Sony Xperia XZ Premium has 64 GB of internal storage.
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HTC U11

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Although HTC has also lost its shine like Sony, the U11 has a reputation of being the best music phone of 2017. The design of U11 is very attractive and it is one of the first phones to introduce squeezable sides, which is a pretty useful and fun feature that adds value to the phone. The music quality on this phone is unmatched to any of its competitors, and the 12 MP camera is also impressive. Its specs include 6 GB of RAM and the Snapdragon 835 processor with Adreno 540 GPU. The screen comes 5.5” and has a resolution of 1440x2560 pixels. The 3000 mAh battery will comfortably last you a day under moderate usage. There are two variants of HTC U11, one with a 64 GB of onboard storage and the other with a 128 GB of onboard storage.


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