Over the past decade, smartphones have practically become necessities rather than the convenience they were seen as initially. Smartphone manufacturers keep releasing more improved versions with better functionalities and customers have to keep up by purchasing the latest smartphone model. From bigger screen size to a faster operating system, higher quality cameras, and increased memory space, upgrading takes the smartphone experience to the next level.
The hindrance of staying up to date with the latest smartphone brands used to be their prohibitive costs. That is no longer the case as contract phone deals now allow you to spread your payment over extended periods of time. With the number of brands on the market, it may be difficult to choose a new handset to buy depending on your preferences. Not to worry, we have compiled a list of the 5 top latest smartphones, 2020. The list is curated to cater to your needs regardless of whether you’re looking to get a budget smartphone or you can afford the pricier brands.
- Samsung Galaxy S20 (£799): If the top of the range was a phone, it would definitely be the Samsung Galaxy S20. You’ll not find a better phone than this as it has the most astounding features such as:
Features: 6.2-inch screen. Three rear cameras (12MP, 64MP, 12MP). 10MP front camera, 4000mAh battery, 128GB storage, and 8GB RAM.
With the size of its ram and storage running on the Samsung Exynos 990 processor, you’re not likely to experience hanging or freezing even when running heavy applications. This phone is also 5g enabled, placing you at the bleeding edge of internet connectivity.
- iPhone 11 Pros (£1049): The fierce competition between the two smartphone giants, Apple and Samsung become really obvious with this device. The iPhone 11 Pro is the closest competition to the Samsung Galaxy S20, and considering the features listed below, it’s fairly formidable competition.
Features: 5.8-inch screen, Three rear cameras (12MP + 12MP(zoom) + 12MP(wide)). Varying storage size: 64gb, 256gb, and 512gb running on a Hexa-core apple A13 bionic processor.
- iPhone SE (£399): It appears Apple is shifting from serving only the high-end market to building something that caters to mid-range demand too.
Features: 4.7-inch screen Retina HD display, Hexa-core Apple A13 bionic processor, 12MP single camera including sophisticated image processing.
Perhaps one of the most remarkable features of this phone is the processing speed that almost equals the speed of the iPhone 11 pro for less than half the price.
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T (£179): If you can afford neither the S20/11pro nor the iPhone SE but still want top-notch features, the Xiaomi Redmi note is right down your alley.
Features: 6.3-inch screen, 48MP rear camera, 13mp, 4000mAh battery, 128gb with 4gb RAM (different variations available)
- Nokia 1.3 (£79): And we finally come to the best value for money smartphone on this list, even if your loan ratings are not looking good, the Nokia 1.3 counts as one of those bad credit score phones that can still be loaned out to you because of how cheap it is. Despite the budget-friendly price, it has the following features which make it really spectacular:
Features: 5.45-inch screen, 8gb memory with 4gb RAM running on a Snapdragon 215 quadcore processor.