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Phones have become our primary necessity in the digital age. There are just so many options these days that it is difficult to make a wise decision. In this article, we will discuss the pro and cons of 5 android phones to help you make a better decision. After all, a smartphone is an investment.

The list comprises of phones with different price tags. However, they are all fit for people in business, freelancers, entrepreneurs, homemakers, people from all walks of life. Here are our top 5 Android Phones that you should consider buying in 2020:

  1. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

    Samsung
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    Pros:

    • Massive 6.9 inches high-quality screen
    • Colossal battery, powerful 5000mAh
    • Super-sharp main camera shots with 108MP
    • Zoom camera up to 15X

    Cons:

    • High battery limited to 60Hz mode
    • Necessarily big and heavy (20% heavier than its predecessor)
    • Sloppy fingerprint sensor
    • No headphone jack
    • 30X+ zoom is a gimmick
    • Extremely expensive

     

  2. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

    Android
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    Pros:

    • World’s most durable foldable screen
    • Powerful specs
    • Typically great Samsung build quality

    Cons:

    • UTG screen covering still isn’t very strong compared to other phones (Glass required)
    • The camera’s a step behind 2020 flagships which is plain sad for the price point
    • Weaker battery life than standard phones (only 3,300mAh)
    • The tiny cover display is useless
  3. Google Pixel 4 XL  

    Samsung
    Image Source/ Android Central

    Pros:

    • Smooth 90Hz display
    • Top-notch camera quality back and front; It still takes crisp, colorful, and bright photos
    • Fast and straightforward software; User-friendly
    • Smart-looking phone
    • Excellent face unlock speed

    Cons:

    • Weak battery life (probably the biggest downside of this phone)
    • Motion Sense has little real-world use
    • Low RAM and storage for the money (RAM 6GB and storage 64 or 128GB)
    • Most popular apps haven’t adopted many apps still incompatible with Face Unlock; Face Unlock system
  4. Moto G Power 

    Android
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    Pros:

    • Ultra-wide and macro cameras can prove to be fun. Take crisp photos with different lenses.
    • Two or three days of battery life (Unbelievable battery life, best for people on the run)
    • Motorola’s excellent software add-ons
    • Can’t beat that price (Cheapest phone on the list)

    Cons:

    • Fingerprint magnet hardware is very cheap
    • Slow charging speed
    • Motorola’s update speed is the slowest
  5. Samsung Android

    Pros:

    • Best-in-class display, great size, and weight
    • Good battery life runs more extended than other phones
    • Exceptional performance and features for the price
    • Great all-around cameras
    • 5G enabled (Only phone on the lost with 5G)

    Cons:

      • The hefty price tag for 128GB of storage
      • Camera zoom much weaker than S20 Ultra
      • Slow fingerprint sensor for the ridiculous price point
      • No headphone jack

    Which android phone will you buy? Have something to add? Let us know in the comment section below.

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