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2018 Best Phones

2018 Best Phones

2018 was the year of boring but really, really good smartphones. First, let’s begin with the OnePlus 6T. This is my personal favorite, but I think in a lot of ways, it’s also objectively probably the best smartphone out there. Now, the thing about the OnePlus 6T is that it’s the same power and specs and almost the same features as those super-expensive smartphones for almost half the price. It starts at $550. It has a phenomenal design, a really, really good camera, and it’s the fastest smartphone out of all of the smartphones
that I’m aware of. The 2% of features from
the big smartphones that the OnePlus 6T doesn’t have, that includes no official
water resistance rating and no wireless charging either. But if those things aren’t worth a few hundred dollars more for you, then OnePlus 6T has gotta be for you. Moving on to the Pixel 3 from Google. This phone is a really, really good phone. You’re getting a Google phone
for the insanely good camera. It has two selfie cameras at the front. One is a normal selfie camera, and the other is an
ultra-wide selfie camera, and that’s really cool. That means more people in your selfies, but also more of your location. You’re also getting a Google phone for the pure and clean version of Android, so you’re getting the
Google Android experience. You’re also getting
the Google Pixel phones for the latest Android updates. Starting at $800, it’s tough. The price tag is really
tough for those phones. The Google Pixel 3 is for pretty much any
Android fan, I would say, but I think it’s
especially for iPhone users who are looking to see
what else is out there. For the next device, the iPhone XS. It’s for the iPhone fan who just won’t accept anything
less but the best from Apple. They get iOS. It is very good at being simple. It’s also a very well,
beautifully designed phone. You feel like you’re holding this jewelry luxury thing, right? And that makes people feel good. That’s an iPhone thing. XS is just the newest version of that. The starting price of $1000.. The XR is for the iPhone fan who just doesn’t want to spend
1,000 bucks on a new iPhone. 750 bucks for pretty close experience to the iPhone XS and XS Max. You’re getting a really
nice, big screen with the XR. It’s available in more color options. The XR doesn’t have an OLED display. People again don’t really
notice, I don’t think. You can’t have everything, right? On to Samsung’s offering. I’m gonna talk about the
Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note9. They’re pretty similar phones, the Note9 just having a stylus
and some stylus features. These are beautiful devices. They are very, very well-designed, and they have probably the best displays in all the land right now. The Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note9, too, is for the feature junkie. You know, the person who just wants everything under the sun. Of course, those feature junkies are gonna have to be
willing to pay the price, because they are expensive phones as well. That said, the Galaxy S9 was released quite a little while ago. The Note9 as well, so they’ve
come down in price recently. You want a fingerprint scanner, you want facial recognition, fast charging, wireless charging, water resistance, super, super slow-mo? It’s there, too. I just feel like it’s got
everything, it’s got it all. And the last phone, but
not least, I would say, is the LG V40. It runs well, it performs well, it’s a fairly light Android skin on there, but it has five cameras on
it total, which is crazy! Most have two cameras, maybe three, but this one has five, and that’s why this phone is for someone who wants the most versatility in photo-taking on a smartphone. It gives you the normal angle lens, it gives you the zoom lens that
you get in a lot of phones, as well as a ultra-wide lens. The other two are in the front. One is a normal angle selfie mode camera, but it also has an ultra-wide
angle selfie camera. Lest we forget, LG V40
has a headphone jack. That is very quickly
becoming extinct these days. The reason why I mention
LG’s own headphone jack is because it sounds the
best out of any smartphone. LG put in a high-quality DAC,
digital-to-analog converter. Basically, it’s just a little thing that makes music sound
better and higher quality. 900 bucks at launch, a little steep. A little steep, but, you
know, it is a very good phone. To be honest, there is no such thing as a perfect phone, but you can decide which specific feature or feature set is best for you. Each phone does one or two
things really, really well, so pick the one that does what
you would like it to do best. I wish I had the Note 9 to quickly write down a note, but I don’t. I mean, I could, but
I’m using the Pixel 3 XL cause that has the best camera, but then I wanna use a OnePlus 5T or 6T because it has the best performance, but then I’m like, I don’t
know which one to get!

100 thoughts on “2018 Best Phones”

  1. I just picture what awesome smartphone look like. It would be expensive though cause have beautiful design and everything including headphone jack.

  2. Apple is great for simplicity. I don't blame apple users for not accepting android, because android is very sophisticated, and apple users are just attracted to the simplicity of iOS. You have to use android from the beginning to really embrace it's full potential. It's quite evident that android is a very powerful company and good, but apple is great in the terms that it is just very easy to get used to. For android, it can take you (maximum) 1 month to bring out the full potential. Crazy but worth it.

  3. Huawei Mate 20 Pro? Sony Xperia XZ3? Oppo Find X? Vivo Nex? Asus ROG Phone? Xiaomi Mi Mix 3? Honor Magic 2? ZTE Axon 9 Pro? Propably all of them are better than at least OnePlus 6T, and some of them even cheaper

  4. The World's Top 6 smartphone producer is Samsung, Huawei, Apple, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi.
    It's a bullshit rank or review without anyone of them.

  5. V40? Seriously?!?! Even though I'm not a fan of Huawei but I think their Mate 20 pro or P20 pro deserves the spot compared to LG's V40 which is a half baked, expensive phone.

  6. Best smartphone of 2018:

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9
    Samsung Galaxy S9+
    Huawei Mate 20 Pro
    Huawei P20 Pro
    LG V40
    OnePlus 6T
    For iPhone users: iPhone Xs Max

  7. Why don't you include mate 20 pro it's have best android processor 7nm chipset reverse wireless charging and best battery and fastest charging I know it's not available in us but please include mate 20 pro

  8. Heard of Mate20 or the PRO edition? Quite fast, even faster than anything, not sure only for 1+ 6T with 10 gb ram….McLaren or something…..ex-british….everything else is a joke, also in terms of camera lense, as well as battery life and fast charging …. also HDR10 …..

  9. 5billion or more people own a phone.
    It cost at the low point 600 a year per person in bills = 3 trillion not including the phone cost we are being Ripped off.

  10. iPhone 📲 is the best smartphone ever made, design wise and software wise but the down side of this is that is crazy expensive 😔. Oh well some users they just don’t care.

  11. Everyone’s asking where to is Huawei Mate 20 pro, I’m just here to tell they don’t sell it in America/ Western countries. Only in Asia that’s why :/

  12. s9 is same price as op6t, maybe even cheaper…. so not strange guy skipped telling it's price…. one plus is paying enormous amount of money to every youtuber i see

  13. I got a note9 back in August from my dad as a gift but honestly I would've liked the s7 edge instead, the note9 is pretty decent overall, the s-pen just sets this phone apart from most other flagship phones pretty much, I'm not saying than a writing utensil makes everything better but it's a nice functionality that this phone has (hence the phone's name)

  14. Mate 20 Pro isn't on this list because it's simply the smartphone of the year 2018
    Eagles don't fly with pigeons.

  15. As an iPhone user I switch over from a iPhone 6s to a iPhone XS Max and it’s definitely worth the price, but only if you are from an iPhone 7 and older.

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