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Best Android Phones to get in December 2019

Its no longer easy to decide which smartphone you must get for yourself. This is because of the availability of a boatload of similar yet different smartphones in the market. To help you pick the best smartphone, we’ve curated a list of the best Android phones that you can get ideal now. To make things even easier, we’ve also specified why each smartphone has made it on our list of the best Android phones in 2019 and why you must consider getting it.

Of course, there’s no ‘perfect’ smartphone, hence, we’d suggest checking out all the devices on our list before making up your mind. So without any additionally ado, let’s check out the best Android phones to get in 2019.

OnePlus 7T: The flagship for Everyone

Over the years OnePlus has been slowly boosting its price for its new flagships. However, the company still manages to offer just about every flagship smartphone feature at nearly half the price. While the OnePlus 7T isn’t the best OnePlus smartphone currently available, it uses exceptional value for money.

In fact, for those who aren’t fond of the curved edges on smartphones, the OnePlus 7T is a terrific choice. given that the ‘Pro’ models now have curved screens. The device packs in the current silicone as well. Powering the device is the Snapdragon 855+ SoC and you do get UFS 3.0 storage.

OnePlus 7T specifications

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC with the Adreno 640 GPU.


128GB or 256GB UFS 3.0 internal storage.

6.55-inch, 90Hz freshen rate AMOLED display with HDR10+ support.

3800mAh battery with Warp charge 30T support.

48 MP primary + 12 MP telephoto + 16 MP ultra-wide.

16 MP selfie camera.

Stereo speakers.

In-screen optical fingerprint scanner.

As the spec-sheet shows, the OnePlus 7T comes with some of the best specifications. While the device does manage to capture some sensational images in well-lit conditions, it falls slightly behind when compared with other flagships in low-light conditions. However, considering the major price difference between the 7T and a flagship such as the Galaxy S10, there’s no doubt that you’re getting the best bang for your buck.

Moreover, OnePlus uses arguably the best software experience in the Android ecosystem. and software updates arrive way quicker on OnePlus devices than nearly any other smartphone OEM besides Google. At a starting price of just $599 or Rs. 37,999 the OnePlus 7T is an easy recommendation from us, thus it has earned itself a spot on our list of the best Android phones in 2019.

Samsung Galaxy note 10+: true flagship Experience

The South Korean gigantic has had the best Android smartphones for several years now. The company’s flagship smartphone — the Samsung Galaxy note 10+ is easily one of the best smartphones you can get at the moment. Be it between Android and iOS devices. Being from the company’s ‘Note’ series, of course, it packs in a ton of features.

While we would have liked to see Samsung introduce a 90Hz display on the note 10 series, even the conventional 60Hz AMOLED display on the note 10+ is fantastic to look at. It can achieve a height brightness of around 1,200 nits which is best for checking out the display outdoors.

Samsung Galaxy note 10+ specifications

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9825.


256GB or 512GB UFS 3.0 storage (tested to be faster than OnePlus’ UFS 3.0 storage)

6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED display with HDR10+ support.

4300mAh battery with 45W fast charging support.

12 MP primary + 12 MP telephoto + 16 MP ultra-wide.

16 MP selfie camera.

Stereo speakers.

In-screen ultrasonic fingerprint scanner.

Of course, the Galaxy note 10+ has a bunch of extra features including IP68 dust/water resistance and the S-Pen. Additionally, you can even turn your smartphone into a PC by Samsung Dex with a single USB Type-C cable. The device even supports 15W fast wireless charging.

Check out: Samsung Galaxy note 10 and note 10+ customization Tips

Samsung’s new OneUI skin over Android uses a much-improved user experience than previous versions of the company’s skins. However, newer Android versions would still take a lot longer to arrive. Nevertheless, if you’re ready to shell out $1,000, then the Galaxy note 10+ is the device you must buy. If you got a good budget to spend, the note 10+ is the best Android phone to get in 2019.

Asus ROG Phone 2: Gaming Beast

The Asus ROG Phone 2 comes with just about everything you could ask for from a phone launched in 2019. There’s no other smartphone better suited for mobile gamers than this gaming beast from Asus. Where a lot of OEMs are omitting headphone jacks, the ROG Phone 2 comes with the headphone jack as well as an extra Type-C port.

Of course, this translates into a slightly larger body and bigger bezels than a lot of flagships launched this year. However, this isn’t really a drawback considering that it helps to avoid accidental screen touches when gaming.

Asus ROG Phone 2 specifications

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