Saturday, 23 February 2019

Best Two Mobiles In 2019, You Can Buy And Specification Details

1.Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Pros:
  • Fantastic screen
  • Big battery
  • The S Pen
Cons:
  • Bixby button is an annoyance
  • The S9 Plus feels better
Samsung’s Note series has long been the ‘Best Big Phone’ and that continues with the excellent Samsung Galaxy Note 9. There might only be a handful of tweaks over the Note 8, but they’re all important.
The biggest update is the battery. Gone is the 3400mAh cell, replaced by a larger 4000mAh version and it makes a real difference. The endurance here is much better, comfortably lasting a day even if you’re a heavy user.


There’s also more storage as standard (128GB rather than 64GB) plus a 512GB model too. The microSD card is still here, as is an IP68 rating, wireless charging and the S Pen.
The S Pen remains a handy tool for taking notes and with the Note 9, it’s available in a variety of colours. The lovely Ocean Blue device, for example, comes with a nice yellow pen. Bluetooth is now included on the stylus and this lets you use it as a remote for a camera or for skipping songs.
Inside the Note, there’s a very similar setup to the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. The Exynos 9810 (Snapdragon 845 in the States) is paired with 6GB or 8GB RAM. There’s also a dual-aperture 12-megapixel camera on the back that’ll switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4 depending on the environment. The camera takes some very good shots but it can’t quite match the quality produced by the Pixel 3 or Mate 20 Pro.

2.Google Pixel 2 XL

Pros: 
  • Stunning camera
  • The best version of Android
  • Minimal bezel
  • Feels great to hold
Cons:
  • Lifeless screen
  • No wireless charging
The arrival of the Pixel 3 may have taken some of the wind out of the Google Pixel 2 XL‘s sails, but with the subsequent price drop, those looking for the most vanilla Android experience will still undoubtedly love the company’s older flagship.
Related: LG G8
It’s one of the best smart phones we’ve put through its paces to date, earning a coveted nine-out-of-ten rating in our comprehensive review, with Max Parker, our resident Mobile and Tablets Editor, praising its build, camera and performance. If that’s not enough to tempt you, that new lower price tag might, which comes in at £599 direct from Google and even cheaper elsewhere.

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