10 Best Samsung Phones According To Your Needq

10 Best Samsung Phones According To Your Need

Samsung recently has manufactured one of the most selling phones in the world. One great thing about it is that it comes in all shapes and sizes, Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Note 20 which had joined the race. And we haven’t even started talking about Galaxy Z Fold 2. With the matter of time, there would always be something new coming. But as far as this time is concerned, here are the best Samsung phones that you can buy.

1. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Screen Size: 6.9 inches | Processor: Snapdragon 865 Plus (US)/Exynos 990 (WW) | Android Version: 10 with One UI 2.5 | RAM/Storage: 12 GB/128 | 512 GB Cameras: 108MP, 12MP, 12MP and laser autofocus sensor (Rear); 10MP (Front)

The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the best phone that you can but right now and here’s why. It is the phone’s dynamic refresh rate which automatically sets itself based on the phone you are using for. The S pen with its latency reduced to 9ms is more responsive than ever. The best chipset for Android phones Snapdragon 865 Plus powers the phone.

2. Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus

Screen Size: 6.7 inches | Processor: Snapdragon 865 (US)/Exynos 990 (WW) | Android Version: 10 with One UI 2 | RAM/Storage: 12 GB/128, 512 GB | Cameras: 12MP, 64MP, 12MP and time-of-flight sensor (Rear); 10MP (Front)

One great thing about the Galaxy S20 Plus is that it is the correct balance between premium features and price with high-end features and a powerful telephoto lens and main camera. Its four cameras are ready to take the perfect shots you want.

3. Samsung Galaxy Note 20

Screen Size: 6.7 inches | Processor: Snapdragon 865 Plus (US)/Exynos 990 (WW) | Android Version: 10 with One UI 2.5 | RAM/Storage: 8 GB/128 GB | Cameras: 12MP, 12MP and 64MP (Rear); 10MP (Front)

With the great S pen ready to take the action and the Galaxy Note 20’s 6.7-inch display skips the fasted refresh retakes. Plus, Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset, the same one in more expensive on in Note 20 Ultra you’ll be impressed with the price.

4. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Screen Size: 6.9 inches | Processor: Snapdragon 865 (US)/Exynos 990 (WW) | Android Version: 10 with One UI 2 | RAM/Storage: 12, 16 GB/128, 512 GB | Cameras: 108MP, 48MP, 12MP and time-of-flight sensor (Rear); 40MP (Front)

There are many cheaper Samsung phones out there, but this one stands out with its amazing features. Its smooth scrolling is noticeable with a 120 Hz refresh rate. Almost 12 hours of battery life thanks to 5,000 mAh battery powers S20 Ultra. Also, the Snapdragon 865 leading the phone helps the ultimate flagship which produces the best benchmark scores, scores that we’ve seen yet from an Android phone. It has a powerful camera team that would give ultimate detailed shots even when zoomed.

5. Samsung Galaxy S20

Screen Size: 6.2 inches | | Processor: Snapdragon 865 (US)/Exynos 990 (WW) | Android Version: Android 10 with One UI 2 | RAM/Storage: 12GB/128GB | Cameras: 12MP, 64MP, 12MP (rear); 10MP (front)

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is a balance between price and capabilities, so it’s easy to overlook Samsung Galaxy S20 mainly due to below-average battery life. But one thing clear is that this is the least expensive 5G phone.

6. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Screen Size: 6.4 inches | Processor: Snapdragon 855 (US)/Exynos 9820 (WW) | Android Version: 9 Pie with OneUI | RAM/Storage: 8, 12 GB/128 GB, 512 GB, 1TB | Cameras: 12 MP, 16 MP and 12MP (Rear); 10 MP and 8 MP (Front)

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus sets up a high standard for all the smartphones out there, not just Samsung. The immersive experience with Infinity-O display shows the videos and apps filling screen without any notches.

7. Samsung Galaxy S10e

Screen Size: 5.8 inches | Processor: Snapdragon 855 (US)/Exynos 9820 (WW) | Android Version: 9 Pie with OneUI | RAM/Storage: 6, 8 GB/128, 256 GB | Cameras: 12 MP and 16 MP (Rear);10 MP (Front)

$150 less than the Galaxy S10, there are some trade-offs. However, not as many as one would expect. Galaxy S10e gets all the features other Galaxy S10 has, the ability to wirelessly charge other devices, a still-powerful Snapdragon 855 chipset, and an AMOLED screen. The only thing it lacks is settling for two rear cameras instead of three and an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.

8. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

Screen Size: 6.7 inches | Processor: Snapdragon 855 Plus | Android Version: 10 with One UI 2 | RAM/Storage: 8 GB/256 GB | Cameras: Dual 12 MP (Rear); 10MP (Front)

Inspiration from phones from the past, Samsung made a better flip phone from Motorola Razr. It feels solid with Ulta Thin Glass that covers the 6.7-inch interior display. Folding the device neatly that inserts into the pocket come with many cool features. With a flew mode, it allows you to split activities with top and bottom half. It supports multitasking allowing you to run two apps at a time.

9. Samsung Galaxy S10

Screen Size: 6.1 inches | Processor: Snapdragon 855 (US)/Exynos 9820 (WW) | Android Version: 9 Pie with OneUI | RAM/Storage: 8 GB/128 GB, 512 GB | Cameras: 12 MP, 16 MP and 12MP (Rear); 10 MP (Front)

Samsung Galaxy S10 fits itself wedged between S10e and S10 Plus in size. Some may make the mistake of glossing over this 6.1-inch phone. Most of the features in S10 Plus could be found in S10 including high-performing triple-lens rear cameras, the ability to charge other devices wirelessly and Snapdragon 855 processor.

10. Samsung Galaxy A71 5G

Screen Size: 6.7 inches | Processor: Snapdragon 765 | Android Version: 10 with One UI 2 | RAM/Storage: 8 GB/128 GB | Cameras: 64MP, 12MP, 5MP depth and 5MP macro (Rear); 32MP (Front)

Decent performance, good battery life, and most importantly connectivity with all kinds of 5G networks is something Galaxy A71 offers. The big 6.1-inch OLED display reinforces the idea that other options are available for gid screen other than the Galaxy note series.

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