Smartphone Trends in 2018

Nowadays, choosing the very best smartphone is more of a challenge than ever. Many of the latest smartphones you can buy offer excellent speed,  battery life and looks. When buying a smartphone there are many factors to consider, including whether you want an Android device or an iPhone. Android smartphones run on Google’s Android operating system and makeup almost all non-Apple devices. Apple’s iOS operates between iPhones and tablets. But here you can find the most suitable phones for you, like this 

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S9 boasts the brilliant Infinity Edge display which occupies 84-percent of the body and cutting-edge guts. The Galaxy S9 Plus features massive 6.2-inch display Super AMOLED display for the best media experience. Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset makes the smartphone one of the fastest on the market, allowing you to breeze through all tasks from web browsing to intensive 3D gaming. Dual 12 MP camera takes stunning photos even in low light with very little noise.

OnePlus 5T

OnePlus is at it again, offering big specs for a price well below the competition. Under the hood, there is the Snapdragon 835 and 6GB/8GB of RAM, but also a new display that stretches edge-to-edge and reduces the bezel. The dual-camera setup, which uses both a 16- and the 20-megapixel camera, works well and delivers great photos.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 is proving that you don’t have to spend the big money to get stunning flagship design. There’s a massive 5.99-inch 1080p display wrapped with razor-thin bezels, powered by powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and complemented with 6GB of RAM. So you are getting flagship specifications and performance for a lot less money. There’s a 12-megapixel camera round back complete with 4-axis optical image stabilisation.

iPhone 8 Plus

If you prefer iOS and don’t want to spend a fortune on the iPhone X, this should be your first choice. The iPhone 8 Plus has the same dated design as it’s predecessor, but new features include wireless charging,  the True Tone screen and that super fast A11 Bionic processor. The iPhone 8 Plus has dual 12-megapixel cameras on the rear and taking even more refined and fantastic-looking photos. If you look past the design, the iPhone 8 Plus remains a splendid handset that’s easy to recommend to those who simply wouldn’t want anything other than an Apple smartphone.

 

 

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