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Top ten Smartphones: Best Phones for 2019 Round up

1. Huawei P30 Pro – TechXpert Score 94.85%

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  • The Huawei P30 Pro is the best smartphone on the market right now. – TechGuide review – 100%
  • The absolute best camera on any phone. – CNET review – 90%
  • A full charge took less than an hour, reaching 70% in just over 30 minutes via cable. – The Guardian review – 100%
  • The OLED display is stunning. It measures 6.47 inches corner to corner, and has a resolution of 1,080 by 2,340 pixels. – Zdnet review – 92%
  • A superstar handset that won’t let you down, no matter what you throw at it. – IT Pro Portal review – 100%
  • The camera is amazing, and it takes the whole idea of smartphone photography to the next step. – CoolSmartPhone review – 92%
  • The P30 Pro is Huawei’s latest flagship, and outshines the Mate 20 Pro thanks to superior cameras. – TechAdvisor review – 90%

2. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – TechXpert Score 94.25%

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  • The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is without a doubt a step in the right direction for Samsung. With a great design, outstanding battery life and a beautiful screen, it is arguably the ultimate Android phone out there at the moment. – LiveAtPC reviw – 88%
  • The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is a winner. iPhone users looking to switch to Android will also love this phone. – TechAeris review – 97%
  • It’s bigger, smarter and lasts longer than before. – Engadget review – 91%
  • Samsung have put more into it – and you’ll get more out of it. – GoodGearGuide review – 90%
  • Samsung is on to a winner with this big-screen smartphone. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • Samsung’s most important smartphone yet is also its best. – The Inquirer review – 90%
  • Fantastic hardware meets refined usability; the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is absolutely sublime. – ExpertReviews review – 100%
  • The Samsung Galaxy S10+ showcased a consistently great experience across each and every title. – Gadgets360 review – 98%

3. Huawei Mate 20 Pro – TechXpert Score 93.16%

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  • The Mate 20 Pro boasts an impressive collection of features and an exceptional camera to boot. – ItPro review – 100%
  • The aesthetics are quite striking from its curved edges, super thin bezel to its overall build quality. – Impulse Gamer review – 98%
  • The OLED screen is crisp and sharp with a default natural colour representation. You can switch this out to a more saturated, vivid look if you like as well. – TechAeris review – 93%
  • Android Pie 9.0 runs the Mate 20 along with EMUI on top. Personally I didn’t find any problems with the software despite numerous reviewers throwing hate at it. – Live at PC review – 88%
  • If photography is important to you, this phone is one of the best on the market. – AVForums review – 90%
  • In day-to-day usage, the Mate 20 Pro works very well. At roughly 189g, it’s on the heavier side and this is noticeable with one-handed use. – Gadgets360 review – 90%

4. Samsung Galaxy S10 – TechXpert Score 92.50%

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  • Samsung has produced easily its best Galaxy S device to date. It has come up with a device with superb build quality, with a stunning display, excellent camera and innovative new features. – TechGuide review – 95%
  • Samsung has made photography a central selling-point of its smartphones in recent years, and the Galaxy S10 is no different. – SlashGear review – 90%
  • The standard S10 model is almost as excellent as the S10 Plus. – The Verge review – 86%
  • All the S10 Plus power in a smaller package. – CNET review – 89%
  • The S10 is just one part of a three-prong plan of attack, from mainstream to full-on flagship, and might just be the best of the bunch. – Stuff review – 100%
  • It is clear that the Galaxy S10 offers nearly all the features and benefits of the Galaxy S10+ in a more compact body and at a more affordable price. – Gadgets 360 review – 90%
  • The Galaxy S10 isn’t foldable, but Samsung’s latest flagship is a worthy iPhone Xs killer. – ExpertReviews review – 90%
  • The Galaxy S10 gets just about everything right, and is a stunning all-round package. – T3 review – 100%

5. Apple iPhone XS Max – Techxpert Score 91.42%

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  • The Apple iPhone Xs Max will attract headlines for plenty of reasons this year, but I can guarantee the majority won’t be for its new features, or its camera, or its better performance. – ExpertReviews review – 80%
  • The iPhone XS Max is simply the best smartphone for movies and music that you can currently buy. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • A premium phone with a premium price tag. But for Plus fans who couldn’t commit to iPhone X last year, it’s worth the outlay. – Stuff review – 100%
  • It’s expensive and won’t be for everyone, but the iPhone XS Max is a great phone in just about every area. – TrustedReviews review – 80%
  • The speakers are better. So are the mics. The iPhone XS has wider stereo sound for “an immersive cinematic experience” while watching movies or listening to music. Both the hardware and software have been tweaked on the speakers themselves, and you can tell. – Wired review – 90%
  • The new iPhone is, without question, the best phone Apple has ever produced. It’s got an astonishing camera, an improved battery and a gorgeous screen. – ITPro review – 100%
  • A faster processor, new Max size and camera improvements make the iPhone XS a compelling upgrade. – Macworld review – 90%

6. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – TechXpert Score 89.28%

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  • The Note 9 was lightning fast, but Samsung devices are renowned for slowing down dramatically after time, however long-term reviewers have reported that this is not the case with the Note 9. – CoolSmartphone review – 90%
  • The Galaxy Note 9 continues to be one of the best phones in the world. The AMOLED display is the best you’ll find on any phone today, the S Pen continues to be a great differentiator, the 4000mAh battery lasts all day, and the Note 9 is one of very few high-end phones that offers a 3.5mm jack. – Android Central review – 90%
  • The best big phone you can buy, even with the iPhone XS Max on shelves. – TrustedReviews review – 93%
  • The Samsung Note 9 drips with a level of premium and capability that makes it one of the best Android phones available. – T3 review – 100%
  • Handset remains king of the big-screened smartphone market. – The Inquirer review – 80%
  • Possibly the most attractive smartphone Samsung has built. – AVForums review – 80%
  • The Note 9 is supremely powerful with every feature you could hope for, stellar battery life, slick design and amazing cameras. – TechAdvisor review – 92%

7. iPhone XS – TechXpert Score 88.77%

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  • This smartphone is a sensational AV device. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • The iPhone XS has an amazingly loud stereo speakers. It certainly has clarity and the sound did not distort at all at maximum volume. – Live at PC review – 82%
  • The iPhone XS is a gorgeous phone alright? There’s no argument there, and in the gold color that we have, it looks simply stunning. – Beebom review – 89%
  • Everything Apple has to offer, but in a smaller package. – ZDnet review – 92%
  • A faster processor, new Max size and camera improvements make the iPhone XS a compelling upgrade. – MacWorld review – 88%
  • The iPhone XS is easily the most iterative update to a previous iPhone we’ve ever seen but it’s still worth considering. – TrustedReviews review – 85%
  • Like all Apple products, the Xs is far from cheap – although Amazon has just brought the price down. – ExpertReviews review – 83%
  • This is a very fast phone. The processor, called A12 Bionic, is very powerful, arguably more capable than many people will ever need. – AVForums review – 90%
  • Slightly more durable than the iPhone X. – Engadget review – 90%

8. OnePlus 7 Pro – TechXpert Score 87.5%

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  • The OnePlus 7 Pro also introduces 4K video, a 3x zoom lens, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chip, an improved Nightscape mode and ultra-fast charging. – CameraJabber review – 85%
  • The OnePlus 7 Pro is fast, has a neat pop-up camera and its triple rear cameras take fantastic pictures — all at $80 less than its closest Samsung and iPhone rivals. – CNET review – 88%
  • The phone’s 6.7-inch display supports a speedy 90Hz refresh rate and a super-tight 3120×1440 QHD+ resolution in punchy, HDR10+ certified OLED technology. – Hot Hardware review – 87%
  • Long battery life, quick performance, and impressive display make it compelling for business users. – ZNET review – 90%
  • The OnePlus 7 Pro manages to innovate in one of the most competitive technology markets out there while still circumventing convention by undercutting the majority of the competition on cost. – TrustedReviews review – 90%
  • OnePlus is throwing its hat into the ring with a phone that purports to be just as good and high-quality as a Galaxy S10 Plus or iPhone XS Max, but it costs hundreds less. – The Verge review – 85%

9. Google Pixel 3 XL – TechXpert Score 87%

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  • The latest flagship’s gorgeous new display and exquisite build make your photos, videos and games look so good you won’t mind the $150 price hike. – Engadget review – 90%
  • The Pixel 3 XL has a top-of-the-line camera that includes an enhanced low-light feature and it can now take wider selfie shots. It’s water resistant, has wireless charging and its Google Assistant has convenient new skills such as call screening. – CNET review – 89%
  • If you’re buying a new Android phone this year, it’s the one to get. Great camera with AI-assisted goodies. Great battery life. Wireless charging adds convenience. Google Assistant is elegant, and it knows more about you than Siri ever will. – Wired reviews – 90%
  • Google hasn’t just made a great Android phone, it’s made a whole new Pixel. – PCWorld review – 90%
  • Bigger and better than before but Google is resting on its laurels with the Google Pixel 3 XL. – ExpertReviews review – 80%
  • The Pixel 3 XL is a big, powerful pure Android phone that puts all things Google front and center. – PCMag review – 80%

10. Huawei P30 – TechXpert Score 84.50%

  • Triple rear cameras and lovely design for hundreds less than the P30 Pro. – ZDNET review – 87%
  • Huawei’s P30 is a gorgeous phone with an astonishing camera setup. Its battery life is exceptional and the phone sells for a reasonable price. – CNET review – 90%
  • The phone has a premium design that gives key rivals, like the Galaxy S10 a run for its money. Under the hood it has great hardware that will meet 99% of buyers needs. – TrustedReviews review – 80%
  • Pictures taken in good lighting on the P30 are absolutely stonking, with stacks of detail and solid dynamic range. Turn off the AI toggle and play about with the P30’s exposure controls, and even in automatic mode you can snap some jaw-droppingly good snaps with blur and clarity just where you want them. – Stuff review – 80%
  • The Huawei P30’s screen may be smaller than that of the P30 Pro, but it’s just as good. It has an aspect ratio of 19.5:9, uses an AMOLED panel and has a resolution of 1,080 x 2,340 for a pixel density of 422ppi. – ExpertReviews review – 80%
  • Triple cameras and an in-screen fingerprint scanner make the new Huawei P30 a serious step-up from last year’s model. – ExpertReviews review – 90%
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