Smartphones have become the crux of our lives, and it is barely impossible to imagine our lives without it. Each year the smartphones get evolution from the previous year, and this makes it easy for the consumers to enjoy the features and benefits from the technological advancements. With the ever-changing technology, the current smartphones either get an upgrade, or there is a new model that comes into the market to treat the customers. The average life of any smartphone these days is either a year or until a new model has come up. When you plan to change your smartphone, you see the upgrades that you get from it. Better camera quality, sound, features and much more. So, let us look at some of the best smartphones that have changed the way we used phones in the UK.
• iPhone XS
iPhones need no introduction as the bitten apple logo says it all. Just like each year, this year too Apple has come up with a new version of their smartphone known as iPhone XS. The price is at £999, and the highest model comes at around £1449. It does not give a revolutionary change but has got some great features to offer to the market. The price is enormous for penny pinchers as it could fetch them a nice small car, but there is a lot to offer by the company which is worth the spend. The dual camera is an excellent buy for all camera users. You can also blur the image while taking a selfie or after you the picture as well. The phone is faster than the previous version and has a nice robust size and shape as well. All in all, it is a good buy for people who are brand conscious and have a budget to spend on.
• iPhone XR
This can be a budget iPhone for you when compared to the iPhone XS. It comes at a price of £749 to £899. The difference it has from the XS model is that it has an LCD screen unlike an OLED one in XS. There is no inner selfie camera but just a single outer camera to fit it in the budget of iPhone lovers. If you are looking to buy an iPhone XS but cannot spend that amount, then iPhone XR is a good option for you. Apart from that most of the features are similar but with a little rank, down technology to justify the cost of the higher version.
• Samsung Galaxy S9
The first thing to compare is the rate at which you are getting when compared to iPhone. It comes at the cost of £639 to £869. Light on the pocket and with an Android platform unlike the iOS platform in iPhones. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is similar in comparison to an iPhone for Android users. Most people prefer an Android instead of an iOS, and this is where this phone comes into the picture. The only problem with this model is that it has nothing new to offer to its users. It has become a redundant thing of where you always launch a new phone every year just to stay in the rat race. But do you really need to launch one? This question is raised with the launch of Samsung Galaxy S9. But the overall look and feel of the phone are just amazing.
• Samsung Galaxy Note 9
It is not just a phone but a phablet. If you plan to buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, then it must be for the stylus only. That is expected to be the only reason people are even looking at it. This phablet is going to be the next-gen revolution. You can use the stylus also called as the S Pen. It can be used to write on almost every app and send gif messages. The only remarkable feature, when compared to S9 apart from the stylus, is the bigger battery life. The processor is just about a little faster than the S9 and can be a good buy for all.
• Google Pixel 3 XL
This is by far the best smartphone for the camera. Also, it is from Google which makes it a great piece of technology. The cost to buy this phone is £869 and is a cut-throat competition to iPhone and Samsung for sure. As the name suggests, it is more inclined towards the camera feature, and you should look for it for sure.