Top 3 Best Android Smartphones You Can Still Buy In 2019

2019 has been an excellent year for Android and the many manufacturers out there. With lots of high-end devices that rolled out this year and the controversies ignited by Apple and its iPhone 11 series, we can say that, undoubtedly, 2019 was the year of Android. But let’s also see which are the top 3 best Android smartphones that you can still buy in 2019.

Top 3 Best Android Smartphones That You Can Still Buy In 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Launched in February, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus was the first flagship smartphone that rolled out this year. It came out with a more prominent display than its predecessor and a lot of improvements, including the in-display fingerprint sensor.

The device is excellent, sporting high-end technical specs and stunning design. As for the cameras, the smartphone does a great job of taking photos and videos. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is, therefore, among the best Android smartphones that you can still buy in 2019.

Huawei P30 Pro

While Galaxy S10 Plus is the best you will get, overall, if you want to focus on taking photos and videos, then Huawei P30 Pro is ideal for you. The Chinese manufacturer launched the P30 Pro model with four primary cameras – a 40mp Super Spectrum sensor, one 20mp wide-angle sensor, an 8mp sensor for zoom-in, and a Time Of Flight camera for enhancing the quality, which boasts 10x optical zoom and laser autofocus.

With an amazing design and high-end under the hood components, Huawei P30 Pro is one of the most stylish and performant Android smartphones launched this year.

OnePlus 7T

Last but not least, OnePlus 7T is also one of the best Android smartphones still available in stores during the last months of 2019. The device is the best smartphone that you’ll get for about 560 US Dollars. It sports high-end technical specs, while it is a budget phone.

Even though it lacks an IPv rating and a 3.5-mm audio jack, OnePlus 7T remains performant and is stylish.

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