Though each year many telecom brand release their new smartphones but not all have great features or some just do not rate well to the standards and norms of users. Android phones are sold often than iOS because they are well designed, come in various shapes and sizes as well as with lots of apps. The best of brands that bring out their latest flagships each year are Samsung, Google, LG, One Plus and Motorola. Here we bring to you the latest Android devices loaded with features of great performance and awesome cameras that you will surely want to buy in 2019 if you are looking for a new Android handset.
Though many believe Blackberry phones are now not worth but these Android versions are best to buy. With starting price is tagged at $699 this Blackberry Key2 new smartphone comes with 4.5 inches display and LCD of 1620 x 1080 pixels. In the new KEY2, the biggest differentiator again is the inclusion of physical keys. The keyboard also doubles as a trackpad, which can be used for tasks such as swiping to scroll on the display and launching shortcuts to apps. Also BlackBerry KEY2 includes the first-ever dual camera set up on a BlackBerry device with 12-megapixel rear cameras and strong battery life of 25 hours or more per charge which means you can continue playing pokies for hours.
Google Pixel 3
This is new phone from Google price starts at $1199 and offers 5.5 inches Display with OLED 2160 x 1080 pixels. Google’s Pixel 3 offers advanced camera features such as “Top Shot,” to capture numerous photos and recommends the best ones. Another new camera feature, “Super Res Zoom,” shoots a burst of photos and merges elements of the photos to present the best possible shot. The Pixel 3 camera also offers improved low-light capabilities, powered by machine learning, with a feature Google is calling “Night Sight.”
One of the best features in the Pixel 3 is “Call Screen,” which asks unknown callers who they are and why they are calling. Also responses are transcribed in real timeallowing users to choose whether to pick up the phone or not and also letting users mark the call as spam. Other new features include “Flip to Shhh,” which can mute sounds and notifications when the phone is placed face down. Google Assistant can also now be triggered by squeezing the side of the phone.
Google Pixel 3 XL
Google Pixel 3XL is the series of Pixel 3 phone which costs $1349 and offers display of 6.3 inches; OLED; 2880 x 1440 pixels With the Pixel 3 XL, Google is offering the same camera features as the Pixel 3, including “Top Shot,” “Super Res Zoom” and “Night Sight.” The Pixel 3 XL will also include features such as “Call Screen” and “Flip to Shhh.” One key difference is that the Pixel 3 XL features a smaller bezel above and below the display than the Pixel 3, for a nearly edge-to-edge design. Note that Pixel 3 XL does include a camera notch cutout at the top of its screen.
LG G7 ThinQ
Priced at $899 this new phone has a display of 6.1 inches and LCD phone with 3120 x 1440 pixels. The LG G7 ThinQ provides ultra-high brightness of up to 1000 nits. That means the display will remain visible even in direct sun. Also it has new feature which is a dedicated key for launching the Google Assistant; a powerful “boombox” speaker; Gorilla Glass 5 for durability; and a pair of 16-megapixel rear cameras that can automatically pick the ideal camera settings for the situation.
Motorola Moto G6
Motorola Moto G6 is another new Android phone priced at $399 and offers display of 5.7 inches; LCD; 2160 x 1080 pixels. This new phone offers some of the most impressive features and specs you’re going to find. Along with a large FHD+ display, the Moto G6 features a dual rear camera system of 12-megapixel and 5-megapixel cameras and promises long battery life of 24 hours. The device also comes with Gorilla Glass 3 for durability as well as a water-protective coating.
Motorola Moto Z3
This new Android costs $799 and has a display of 6.01 inches; OLED; 2160 x 1080 pixels. Verizon and other carriers are rolling out high-speed 5G internet in earnest in 2019, Motorola says that its Moto Z3 will be one of the first devices primed to take advantage. Moto Z3’s capability of attaching modular add-ons which will include a 5G mod option in early 2019. The Moto Z3 also aims to stand out among mid-range smartphones with all-day battery life, a large OLED display and a dual rear camera system.
Priced at $869 this Android smartphone has 6.28 inches; AMOLED; 2280 x 1080 pixels and brings terrific performance with Snapdragon 845 processor and offers of up to 8 GB worth of RAM. This mobile includes a dual rear camera system, of 16- and 20-megapixel cameras, with features such as Smart Capture for automatic photo enhancement and Portrait Mode available on both the rear and front cameras. The OnePlus 6 also boasts one of the largest displays on the market and includes Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for durability.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
This brand phone priced at $1499 offers display of 6.4 inches; Super AMOLED; 2960 x 1440 pixels. This smartphone has a new version of the S Pen that connects to the Note9 over Bluetooth, so that the button on the S Pen can now be used to open apps and take certain actions within apps. Also with the Galaxy Note9, Samsung has made it easier to use its DeX Android desktop by building the technology right into the smartphone. DeX was previously only available by connecting a smartphone to a docking station or pad, but now, users can access DeX by connecting the Note9 to a display via a USB-C to HDMI dongle. The entry-level configuration for the Note9 comes with 128 GB of internal storage and is being offered with a massive 512 GB of storage.
Samsung Galaxy S9
Galaxy series are just superb and this new phone costs $1199 and comes with a display: 5.8 inches; Super AMOLED; 2960 x 1440 pixels Along with a curved edge-to-edge display, Samsung’s Galaxy S9 offers an array of cool features. The single rear camera system offers features such as a dual-aperture for automatic adjustment to different lighting conditions and improved slow-motion video capture. The Galaxy S9 also includes stereo speakers, expandable storage up to a total of 464 GB and a faster type of biometric authentication called Intelligent Scan, which combines facial recognition and iris scanning.
Samsung Galaxy S9+
This is in series with the Galaxy S9 and priced at $1349 with display: 6.2 inches; Super AMOLED; 2960 x 1440 pixels. The larger companion to the S9, Samsung’s Galaxy S9+ shares many of the key features of the smaller model — such as stereo speakers and Intelligent Scan authentication. The device stands apart with a pair of 12-megapixel rear cameras, which also offer dual aperture and the other new camera features of the S9 camera system. The S9+ also has more RAM, at 6 GB versus 4 GB on the S9, along with the same ability to expand storage to up to 464 GB.
Now choose the one you like and get the new Android phone with some of the wonderful features to explore in 2019.