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Best Smartphone Camera 2019

The question that is always up to date and important to many users – which smartphone will capture better photos? DxOMark can help you with who will make that evaluation for you.

Who is DxOMark?

They were founded in 2008, but only a few years back are experiencing a real flourish on the smartphone market. It is an independent team that any manufacturer has no influence on, and which professionally reviews, evaluates and ranks the quality of photos, lenses and videos on smartphones. As they say, water is carried out with very strict scientific protocols and tested under specific laboratory conditions, so DxOMark scores are considered by many as the most accurate data you can find. The higher the number on their top charts, the higher the image quality.

As photo quality has become one of the most important features on smartphones for many users, this scale is more and more closely followed by the charts that show the smartphones with the best cameras after these measurements. Of course, we often know that the smartphone with a weaker camera will have a better picture in the hands of a professional than the one that is better but in the hands of the “average” user. We can discuss this, but these are the facts – if you do not want to torture and have the best.

Of course, the top models are the most expensive, you have to be clear, but also consider that the list is complex on the quality of the camera, not at prices. Currently the Huawei Mate 20 Pro has the best camera in the world, but at a price it is considerably cheaper than the XS Max, which is the third in the list. Pleasant surprise is a bit forgotten HTC U12 +, for which they said that has a better camera than the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, while Huawei P20 found also the way into top ten.

Here’s how the current TOP 10 DxOMark ranking looks like:

PreviewProduct NameDetails
Huawei Mate 20 ProCAMERA: Triple (40 MP + 20 MP + 8 MP)Check Price
Huawei P20 ProCAMERA: Triple (40 MP + 20 MP + 8 MP)Check Price
Apple iPhone XS MaxDual (12 MP + 12 MP)Check Price
HTC U12+Dual (12 MP + 16 MP)Check Price
Samsung Galaxy Note 9Dual (12 MP + 12 MP)Check Price
Xiaomi Mi MIX 3Dual (12 MP + 12 MP)Check Price
Huawei P20Dual (12 MP + 20 MP)Check Price
Apple iPhone XR12 MPCheck Price
Google Pixel 312.2 MPCheck Price
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus12.2 MPCheck Price

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At the heart of the Mate 20 series, there is a new Kirin 980 chipset of its own design, which is also the first AI chipset on a 7-nanometer production process. Huawei claims that the new chipset is 20 percent faster and up to 40 percent more energy efficient. The new chipset is the first to support Cat2.1 with speeds of up to 1.4GBPS on the mobile network and 1,732GBPS on WiFi networks. Big progress in the new chipset is in the field of artificial intelligence, with 134% better performance and 88% better energy efficiency compared to Kirin 970. The new generation of artificial intelligence brings much greater precision to detail recognition and even recognizes the skeletal structure of a person when photographed. But enough about strength of this beas1t.

The triple camera system developed in conjunction with Leica is slightly different from that in the P20 Pro, and now with a standard wide-angle camera and telephoto camera with triple-optical zoom, there is a super wide-angle camera with a 110 degree angle lens with a 20 megapixel resolution sensor replaces the former tertiary monochrome sensor.

The new camera system is placed in the square, unlike the P20 series.

Photo processing has been greatly improved as well as the integration of artificial intelligence that can now recognize up to 1,500 different scenes, and assist you with shooting with auto-switching on a telephoto or super wide-screen camera as needed. The front camera is the same as in the P20 series, but with much improved processing that gives the old hardware a new livelihood. It is also worth mentioning that Huawei this time enabled the full exclusion of beauty mode that could not be turned off on the P20 series.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro Specifications

RELEASE DATE: October 2018
DIMENSIONS:
 157.8 x 72.3 x 8.6 mm
WEIGHT: 189 grams
CPU: Octa-core
RAM: 6 GB
STORAGE: 128 GB
DISPLAY: 6.39 inches (1440 x 3120)
MAIN CAMERA: Triple (40 MP + 20 MP + 8 MP)
FRONT CAMERA: 24 MP
BATTERY: 4200 mAh
OS: Android 9.0 (Pie)

Pros
  • Fantastic camera
  • In-screen fingerprint reader
  • Very long battery life
  • Fast charging (70% in 30 minutes)
Cons
  • No monochrome camera lens
  • UI could be more intuitive
  • No headphone jack
  • Uses non-standard memory cards

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Huawei is one of the few manufacturers who produce their own chipsets and P20 Pro uses the best of HiSilicon’s offerings, the Kirin 970. The Kirin 970 has an eight-core processor with four Cortex-A73 2.4GHz working cores and four auxiliary Cortex-A53 1.8GHz operating cores . The graphics processor is the Mali-G72 MP2 twin-core graphics processor and is also Achilles’ fifth of this chipset. Performance in day-to-day work is excellent, the processor also handles the toughest tasks with ease, and 6GB of work memory helps greatly with more intensive multitasking. Even the most demanding users will be satisfied with the P20 Pro performance, which is expected from a flagship device. Gamers among you will be disappointed with the performance of the graphics processor in the most demanding 3D titles such as Shadowgun Legends or Modern Combat Versus, which often drop below 30 frames per second, which is disappointing given the fact that this flagship device is fairly expensive.

The Huawei P series is best known for its advanced camera systems developed in collaboration with Leica, one of the world’s most famous photographic companies, who are thrilling for generations for generations. This year, Huawei also introduced an advanced artificial intelligence system called Master AI in impressive hardware. Although the P20 Pro has got the highest ever rating from DxOMarka of as much as 109 points, which is 10 points more than the Samsung Galaxy S9 +. The camera features even three cameras with 40, 20, and 8 megapixels. The primary sensor is a 40-megapixel RGBW resolution sensor.

I’ll say instantly that I’m not a Master of the AI ​​system fan. I honestly think that Huawei should call this system “Master IG” because the effect that this system achieves in most cases is a terrible “burning” of photos as you can see in most Instagram photographers who feel that poor photography can be repaired with excessive vignetting, contrast and saturation color. Since the camera system was developed in cooperation with Leica, I expected much more. Along with all the impressive hardware, Huawei has given us a system that would destroy photos and full-frame DSLRs because it is so intriguing that no matter what sensor is behind the picture when it is “tuned” to unrecognizability.

The most impressive aspect of the P20 Pro camera software is Night Mode, which is truly a revolutionary feature. If you are familiar with the exposure parameters, you know that to bring as much light up to the sensor as you can to open the mix, which is not possible with the fixed aperture of most smartphone cameras, increase the ISO value that creates a noise that often makes images unusable and eventually increase exposure time to the sensor could accumulate light for longer but this requires a sensor to be static that is impossible to achieve when shooting from the hand. Night Mode is revolutionary because it allows shooting long exposures from your hands without loss of sharp sharpness. Night Mode captures multiple exosptions and connects them with the help of NPUs or artificial intelligence processors that track pixels so that if your hand moves during shooting (and surely will), the individual exposure moves and aligns the pixels to match all exposures and if the among the exposures, there are those that are suppressed so that they can be used to reject them. I know this sounds a bit complicated so I’ll explain to you what the terminology is confusing: the Night Mode makes more photo with different settings so that all the parts of the photo are well lit and when you make the same, it merges them into one that is made up of the best parts of all the photo taken by him. It is incredible that we can finally shoot long exposure from the hand and for this system Huawei deserves a big praise.

Huawei P20 Pro Specifications

RELEASE DATE: March 2018
DIMENSIONS:
155 x 73.9 x 7.8 mm (6.10 x 2.91 x 0.31 in)
WEIGHT: 180 g (6.35 oz)
CPU: Octa-core
RAM: 6 GB
STORAGE: 128 GB
DISPLAY: 6.1 inches (1080 x 2240)
MAIN CAMERA: Triple (40 MP + 20 MP + 8 MP)
FRONT CAMERA: 24 MP
BATTERY: 4000 mAh
OS: Android 8.1 (Oreo), upgradable to Android 9.0 (Pie)

Pros
  • Design Quality
  • Superior triple camera
  • 3x optical zoom, 5x hybrid
  • Overwhelming autonomy
Cons
  • Noriginal design
  • No 3.5mm audio slot
  • Overall performance could be better

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Although Huawei first introduced a 7-nanometer processor, Apple made first commercial launch by embedding it into a new iPhone. Who outsmart whom, we can discuss, but both names will be written down. A12 Bionic is officially the name of the processor that runs the iPhone XS Max, with help of 4GB of RAM. The basic model comes with 64 GB of internal memory, for which I will immediately say that it is a bit.

In the device of this profile, where you do not have the ability to use a memory card, 64GB is actually a mystery, or perhaps better – a graceful one. Give us $900 dollars for this cell phone and then make sure you do not record which 4K video surplus, it’s part of the underestimation of the buyers, except for those who wear the iPhone as jewelry. If to you is a 64 GB a bit, you will have to buy a 256 GB model, but it’s about $200 dollars more expensive. So the biggest problem here is actually the fact that Apple does not have a 128 GB version at all, which is now a starting model for the competition (for example Samsunga Galaxy Note 9).

After a megapixel race, aperture and various focusing methods, manufacturers realized that the next key step to picking up photo quality – physical enhancement of the sensors. In the first half of the year. Huawei broke the Ice with its P20 Pro model, and now the same or similar philosophy is being applied by others, so Apple is no exception.The 12-megapixel main sensor has been upgraded from last year, ie 1/3 to 1/2.5-inch, which is why its pixel now measures 1.4 μm, which is more than 1.22 μm on iPhone X. The aperture is nominally remained the same, i.e. f/1.8. The telephoto camera has retained the sensor of the same size and aperture, and it also has the same optical magnification (2X). Note that both cameras are optically stabilized.One of the most important news on this camera is the so-called Smart HDR. The device will automatically evaluate whether the HDR option is required at a particular time or not, which will considerably shorten the time of your situation assessment and turn on or off this option. The result is visibly larger dynamic range photographs, allowing you to shoot clearer and more general-quality photos in high contrast lighting conditions.The camera of the new iPhone shoots multiple photos with different exposures, eventually merging them into one photo, using the best parts of each one. Of course, this is due to the new Image Signal Processing (ISP) and the NPU (Neural Processor) that uses all the benefits of artificial intelligence.

Apple iPhone XS Max Specifications

RELEASE DATE: September 2018
DIMENSIONS:
157.5 x 77.4 x 7.7 mm (6.20 x 3.05 x 0.30 in)
WEIGHT: 208 g (7.34 oz)
CPU: Hexa-core
RAM: 4 GB
STORAGE: 64 GB
DISPLAY: 6.5 inches (1242 x 2688)
MAIN CAMERA: Dual (12 MP + 12 MP)
FRONT CAMERA: 7 MP
BATTERY: 3174 mAh
OS: iOS 12, upgradable to iOS 12.1.3

Pros
  • Big, excellent display
  • Better camera than other Apple products
  • Durability
Cons
  • Expensive
  • Too big for hands

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TheSnapdragon 845 iscurrentlythestrongest Qualcomm processorbuiltintothe smartphone, soitalsopowers HTC U12 +. It’s a twin-coreprocessorwith 4 Kryo 385 Goldcoresknocking at 2.8GHz and 4th more powerfulKryo 385 Silvercore at 1.7GHz.

6 GB of RAM is a great base for the future, and 64 GB ofinternalmemoryis a minimum for thisyearbelowwhich no manufacturershouldgo. At thelaunchofthedevice, werealizedthatthe base model wouldhave 128 GB andwhatwasrealistic to expect, but thatwasnotthecase, sotherewas a slightdisappointment. On thepositive side, ifyou are 64 GB a bit, youhavetheability to expandmemorywithmicro SD cards orbuy a versionof 128 GB, but youwillhave to tapyourhanddeepintoyourpocket.

Last year, U11 had a top camera, but there was only one. This year, HTC opted for a two-camera system on both sides of the device.So the U12 + comes in a classic setting where the auxiliary camera serves for optical zoom, just like on almost all other smartphones. With the help of this additional camera, we can finally get photos with a blurry background, extremely attractive for portraits.The primary camera is 12 MP and a large f/1.75 aperture. It’s Sony’s, not a huge, 1/2.55 “sensor, but we did not know exactly which. The secondary camera is 16 MP and a significantly smaller f/2.6 aperture. Both cameras are optically stabilized and paired with phase detection autofocus as well as laser autofocus and two-tone LEDs.The interface changed slightly compared to last year. Something more logical is done with more instantaneously available options on the home screen. There is also a professional way of shooting with the help of which you can capture stunning nightly photos thanks to a 30 second exposure. Unfortunately, the maximum available ISO value in this recording mode is limited to 800, which I personally do not see any logical explanation.

RELEASE DATE: May 2018
DIMENSIONS:
156.6 x 73.9 x 8.7 mm (6.17 x 2.91 x 0.34 in)
WEIGHT: 188 g (6.63 oz)
CPU: Octa-core
RAM: 6 GB
STORAGE: 64 GB
DISPLAY: 6.0 inches (1440 x 2880)
MAIN CAMERA: Dual (12 MP + 16 MP)
FRONT CAMERA: Dual (8 MP + 8 MP)
BATTERY: 3500 mAh
OS: Android 8.0 (Oreo), planned upgrade to Android 9.0 (Pie)

Pros
  • Speedy performance and minimal software bloat
  • Stunning photo quality across the board
  • Beautiful colored glass back panels
Cons
  • Digital buttons can be finnicky
  • Dated HTC Sense UI design

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Mi MIX 3 is powered by a Snapdragon 845 chip, with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory without a memory card slot. Also available are 8 and 10 GB RAM and 256 GB of data memory. With the proven powerful Adreno 630 graphics coprocessor and the optimization made by artificial intelligence, Mi MIX 3 is all done smoothly and without distraction, and even the most modern games will spin like a joke. As usual I have tried Real Racing 3, Asphalt 9, PUBG Mobile and Fortnite.The battery has a capacity of 3200 mAh and provides a one-day autonomy with 7-8 hours of on-screen display on a single charge, depending on your habits, replenish each or every other night. Up to 100% with the charger in the box fills battery for less than 2 hours but with any 18W power adapter or stronger you will shorten it significantly. Mi MIX 3 also supports wireless charging and a nice wireless charger comes in a bundle, which is definitely another sleeve.

The dual selfie camera of Mi MIX is very interesting. It’s a 24MP f/2.0 aperture camera and auxiliary 2MP camera for bokeh effects. The third hole is a LED flash that will light you in the dark.

On the back, it carries a twin 12 MP camera, and it is optically stabilized and has an aperture f/1.8. The second one has an aperture of f/2.4 and with the help of a telephoto lens it provides 2x optical magnification. Supports Dual Pixel PDAF High Speed Autofocus, Auto HDR and Inevitable Portrait Mode Recording.

MIX 3 captures 4K video at 60fps but also 960fps SloMo slots.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 Specifications

RELEASE DATE: October 2018
DIMENSIONS:
157.9 x 74.7 x 8.5 mm (6.22 x 2.94 x 0.33 in)
WEIGHT: 218 g (7.69 oz)
CPU: Octa-core
RAM: 6 GB
STORAGE: 128 GB
DISPLAY: 6.39 inches (1080 x 2340)
MAIN CAMERA: Dual (12 MP + 12 MP)
FRONT CAMERA: 24 MP
BATTERY: 3200 mAh
OS: Android 9.0 (Pie)

Pros
  • Quality of design and impression in hand
  • Top performance
  • Great cameras
Cons
  • No microSD
  • No 3.5 mm audio output
  • It is not waterproof

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The P20 on the back like the P20 Lite has two cameras but better. First of all it carries the Leica optics, and the main of the two cameras is optically stabilized. The configuration is as follows: 12 MP RGB (f/1.8, 27mm, 1/2.3 “, 1.55μm, OIS) + 20MP monochromatic (f/1.6, 27mm). 2x zoom without loss of quality (not optical), PDAF + laser autofocus, two-tone LED flash, and video with 4K and 1080p at 60fps. The front P20 has the same 24 MP f/2.0 camera with support for 1080p video and a rather aggressive beauty regime.

The camera interface is roughly like the P20 Pro model. On the right is the shutter button and the video camera selection button as well as the jump button in the gallery. There is one above the other and all possible shooting modes: Automatic, Portrait, Professional, Black and White, which captures 3 seconds here and shoots a series of photos, which then blend into one in theory with a lot of light.

In Professional mode, you can control ISO sensitivity, exposure length, white balance, manual focus and record in raw format.

 

In auto mode, the default is 12 MP photos, and you can also select 20 MP, but then you do not have a 2x zoom. And here we have a famous AI or artificial intelligence, which recognizes what is in the frame and the greenery makes it even greener, the blue sky even more bluish, the food more attractive, knows what the cat is, the dog, and only confuses when in the same frame you see the mother in law and dragon.

 

With 1080p video and 60fps P20 Pro also captures 4K video, which unfortunately has not stabilization. SloMo is also supported at 960fps video in 720p quality.

 

The quality of selfie photos and video with the front camera is identical to all 3 models, and the P20 rear camera captures very good photos in all shooting conditions. Video quality is also great as you move.

 

Below the hood The Huawei P20 has its famous eightcoreHisilicon Kirin 970 with 4 + 4 core maximum 2.4GHz clocks with entirely enough 4GB of RAM and a small G72 MP12 graphics coprocessor that will ensure smooth gaming. P20 glides down the interface and all the applications you run on it. 128 GB of internal memory is more than enough and lack of support for microSD cards is not a big minus.

Huawei P20 Specifications

RELEASE DATE: March 2018
DIMENSIONS:
149.1 x 70.8 x 7.7 mm (5.87 x 2.79 x 0.30 in)
WEIGHT: 165 g (5.82 oz)
CPU: Octa-core
RAM: 4 GB
STORAGE: 128 GB
DISPLAY: 5.8 inches (1080 x 2240)
MAIN CAMERA: Dual (12 MP + 20 MP)
FRONT CAMERA: 24 MP
BATTERY: 3200 mAh
OS: Android 8.1 (Oreo), upgradable to Android 9.0 (Pie)

Pros
  • Impressive design and production quality
  • Top performance
  • Very good camera
Cons
  • Unknown screen protection
  • No basic water resistance (IP53)
  • 4K video is not stabilized

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Apple has in an cheaper iPhone decided to incorporate the same processor as the incomparably more expensive iPhone XS Max.Of course, this is about the A12 Bionic processor, Apple’s six-pointed sword made in a 7 nm process. Two of the more powerful Vortex cores knock at 2.5GHz, and four more savvy Tempest at 1.6GHz.

What is real to compare is internal memory, which in the basic XR model is 64 GB, without the possibility of extensions. Perhaps the customers of the XR model are satisfied with it, but we think for the device of this price range, 128 GB – the minimum.

What you will not immediately feel is only 3 GB of RAM compared to the 4 of XS and XS Max’s. Still, we think that the need for 4 GB of RAM will appear in the future, we’re just not sure how close. We also believe that Apple should incorporate more RAM into XR, especially when we consider the small difference in price in the production process, but we know that Apple had to make enough big difference between the R and XS models, so that part customers still spend a little more on a more expensive model.

It should not be forgotten that the A12 also comes with a new 8-core NPU, in charge of AI tasks, as well as an Imaging Signal Processor (ISP), which will benefit from the new camera.

 

We could say that the iPhone XR is cut-off compared to the iPhone XS  telephoto camera, but we will be optimistic and say that the XR is blessed for the primary XS camera model because it is definitely one of the best that you can find on a single smartphone today .It comes with 12 MP and comes with a large f/1.8 aperture. The primary sensor was finally removed from the miniature of 1/3 “to 1/2.5” as it counts and the vast majority of other top models, except for Huawei, who has a monstrous 1/1.7 “sensor for smartphones.The camera is, of course, optically stabilized and supported by a new neural and image signal processor. Smartphones have always had additional processors in charge of the camera, but due to relatively modest features, the main drives were the apertures and of course the sensors themselves. Today, more and more attention is paid to the accompanying processors, which have been so advanced, that they can often get even better photos with the same sensor.Although such a form of artificial intelligence has been following us for decades, we can say recently that it has progressed enough that we can really call it – intelligence.

Apple iPhone XR Specifications

RELEASE DATE: October 2018
DIMENSIONS:
150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3 mm (5.94 x 2.98 x 0.33 in)
WEIGHT: 194 g (6.84 oz)
CPU: Hexa-core
RAM: 3 GB
STORAGE: 64 GB
DISPLAY: 6.1 inches (828 x 1792)
MAIN CAMERA: 12 MP
FRONT CAMERA: 7 MP
BATTERY: 2942 mAh
OS: iOS 12, upgradable to iOS 12.1.3

Pros
  • Superior hardware and excellent performance
  • Great camera
  • Excellent stereo speakers
Cons
  • Quick charging requires additional investment
  • Limited connectivity options

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As it is already known, the new Pixels are powered by the Snapdragon 845 in combination with the “only” 4 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal memory, without the possibility of expansion of memory cards. It should be noted that the workforce of stronger cores was reduced to 2.5, and weaker at 1.6 GHz, to save on energy. The smaller Pixel 3 has a 5.5 inches screen at a 19: 9 aspect ratio. This model comes with a bulky amount of meat, i.e. the box below and above the screen.

 

The rear camera delivers a 12.2 MP sensor with a 1.4 μm pixel size, and the aperture is f/1.8. The AI system allows you to shoot multiple photos simultaneously, which later converges into one, choosing the best detail from each of them. AI brings the so-called Super Res Zoom function, which serves as a substitute for a telephoto or slim camera on competing devices, but is still software stabilization. Lack of camera is still unable to capture 4K 60 fps video, but there is also an optical stabilization that works at all resolutions. In addition to stubbornly pushing a one camera behind, Google’s lack of other is trying to compensate in the front. Thus, the new Pixel lead two cameras with an 8 megapixel sensor, one covering an angle of 75 and the other 97 degrees. The first is apparently intended for ordinary and other group selfies. The aperture values are f/2.2 on wide angle and f/1.8 on the slim camera. These cameras do not have optical, and therefore use software stabilization.

Google Pixel 3 Specifications

RELEASE DATE: November 2018
DIMENSIONS:
150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3 mm (5.94 x 2.98 x 0.33 in)
WEIGHT: 148 g (5.22 oz)
CPU: Octa-core
RAM: 4 GB
STORAGE: 64 GB
DISPLAY: 5.5 inches (1080 x 2160)
MAIN CAMERA: 12.2 MP
FRONT CAMERA: Dual (8 MP + 8 MP)
BATTERY: 2915 mAh
OS: Android 9.0 (Pie)

Pros
  • Great camera
  • Superb performance
  • Future updates
Cons
  • No optical stabilization
  • Design not for everyone
  • Low internal memory

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And while last year the difference between the bigger and the smaller model overlooked the hardware, this year Samsung decided on a different approach. Both models are launched on our market by the eighth Snapdragon 845 cores. The four strong Kryo 385 Gold cores, are knocking at 2.8GHz, and the four weaker are Cortex A55 at 1.7GHz. For the graphics part of the job, the very powerful Adreno 630 GPU is taken care of.

This model comes with 6 GB, which we consider to be some standard for top models this year. Both models start with 64 GB of internal memory, which you can expand with memory cards again. There are also models with 128 and 256 GB.

This year, Samsung has invested tremendous efforts in the camera, and this is clearly seen. Unlike last year, this year there is a difference between a larger and a smaller model. Fortunately, it only applies to the Plus camera model, which serves as a portrait mode for which the smaller model has become obscured.

The primary 12 MP camera is completely identical to both models. It is a 1/2.55 “ISOCELL sensor with a variable aperture opening. The maximum aperture is f/1.5 and the smallest f/2.4. Samsung claims that the variable blend will give even better results under good lighting conditions, and we will just keep on that.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Specifications

RELEASE DATE: March 2018
DIMENSIONS:
158.1 x 73.8 x 8.5 mm (6.22 x 2.91 x 0.33 in)
WEIGHT: 189 g (6.67 oz)
CPU: Octa-core
RAM: 6 GB
STORAGE: 128 GB
DISPLAY: 6.2 inches (1440 x 2960)
MAIN CAMERA: Dual (12 MP + 12 MP)
FRONT CAMERA: Dual (8 MP + 8 MP)
BATTERY: 2915 mAh
OS: Android 8.0 (Oreo)

Pros
  • The best available screen
  • The best available screen
  • Top quality camera
Cons
  • Edge display subject to damage
  • High price

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