Smartphone: Top 10 Best Handsets On The Market

Aadhya Khatri - Mar 17, 2019

Smartphone: Top 10 Best Handsets On The Market

You will probably find your own favorite smartphone here.

Ranking the smartphones is not as easy as putting the one with the most advanced features on top. If a list is compiled in that way, it will become a ranking of price rather than the value they bring to their users. This top 10 smartphones listed will show you the phone is value for money or not:

1. OnePlus 6T

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OnePlus 6T

The OnePlus 6T is not a smartphone with all the bells and whistles but it deserves the top spot on this list.

It might not have a lot on offer but it does what a smartphone supposes to do so well. The OnePlus 6T has an attractive appearance and takes good-looking photos. Users have smoothly running apps and a long-lasting and reliable battery. All of these benefits come at a price of Rs. 37,999 compared to the price tags of above Rs. 51,000 like other smartphones on this list.

Price: Rs. 37,999

2. Galaxy S10e

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Samsung Galaxy S10e

If you can stretch your budget to more than Rs. 55,000 and want the best value for money, the Galaxy S10e fits the bill.

It shares the same processor with the S10, which has the price tag of more than Rs. 62,000. The S10e sports an excellent screen, an ultrawide camera, and a fingerprint scanner that can put to shame the in-display sensor that the S10 has.

The compact design can also please those who fancy a small screen.

Price: Rs. 55,900

3. iPhone XR

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If you compare an iPhone XR with an XS or an XS Max, the truth is, the scale will tip towards the former even if it is much cheaper.

When it comes to user experience, there is no major difference between an XR and an XS. It is true that the OLED display, the bigger bezels, and the two lens arrangement might be a plus to some, but they definitely do not worth the extra money.

With an iPhone XR that comes with advanced features and a large screen, the price of $750 is considered a good deal.

Price: Rs. 76,900

4. Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL

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Google Pixel 3

The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are amongst the top players regarding camera phones, period.

The Pixel 3 boasts dual-lens selfie cameras, an ultrawide one and a regular one. With a design that quintessential to the older smartphones as well as a smaller screen, these are arguably the only differences between it and the Pixel XL.

The XL has a notch design but you should not put much hope in it. However, if you actually go for an XL, this should not be a deal breaker as not many people will notice its bad performance.


Pixel 3: Rs. 59,639

Pixel 3 XL: Rs. 64,999

5. Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus

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Samsung Galaxy S10

Samsung Galaxy S10 is an enhancement in every way, but it does not mean Samsung sacrificed its highlight features that have differentiated the company from its rivals.

The ultrawide camera, as well as its extra features, can easily outperform the four smartphones above, but since it does not really a good deal in comparison with the S10e for example, it ends up at the fifth spot.


Galaxy S10: starting at Rs. 66,900

Galaxy S10 Plus: Rs 72,000

6. Samsung Galaxy Note 9

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9

So far, Note 9 is the best smartphone from Samsung, no matter how many flagships models have been released. The elegant look and its 6.4-inch screen coupled with the great productivity, making any list of best smartphones incomplete without mentioning it.

The S Pen accompanied Note 9 is suitable for those who find themselves in need of instance note taking. The phone is even capable of doing some tasks that many will have to switch to a computer to do.

Its $1000 price tag might deter a lot of potential users but if you can splurge on a phone and are considering Note 9 and the iPhone XS, Note 9 is a better choice.

Price: Rs. 67,900

7. iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max

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iPhone XS

The iPhone XS and XS Max are your best bet with Apple. They are both great but their price tags push them down further on this list.

For iPhone devotees who are willing to spend over $1000 for a smartphone, there is no reason not to buy either the XS or the XS Max. The only difference is the size. But if the value for money is what you are after, please note that both of them do not have a fast charger or a USB-C adapter.


iPhone XS: starting at Rs. 99,900

iPhone XS Max: Rs. 109,900

8. LG V40

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LG V40

With the features that you can usually find on more expensive phones, the LG V40 can make you feel like what you pay for it money well spent.

It camera arrangement is comprised of an optical zoom lens, an ultrawide lens, and a wide angle lens. This setup is more versatile than the dual lens system that most smartphones have.

If you look for a smartphone that supports great music playing, the V40 is right up your alley, thanks to its amplifier of very good quality.

Price: Rs. 49,990

9. iPhone X

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iPhone X

The iPhone X may run on the old A11 chip but its iOS 12 has made up for this so users usually notice no imparity between the X’s and the XS’s performance, which utilizes the A12 chip.

The iPhone X is a better deal than its XS successor, but those who have already been willing to pay $900 might want to stretch their budget $100 more for those handfuls of upgrades.

Price: starting at Rs. 74,000

10. Huawei Mate 20 Pro

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro

The Mate 20 Pro is Huawei’s latest creation and it serves as a reminder of the reasons why Huawei can gain numbers of devices from users all around the world.

The fierce opposition to Huawei from the US has left its citizens one fewer choice when they need a perfect phone in every way but the Mate 20 Pro is widely available in other parts of the world.

Price: Rs. 69,990


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