Did you miss the Black Friday and Cyber Monday big sale events? Don't worry because the big discounts don't end in this two-day sale. At Amazon, you can still find products with discounted prices, so ideal for your holiday gifts, be it a present for yourself or of someone so dear to you. Following the successful Black Friday 2019 and Cyber Monday 2019, the leading online retail store is still offering great range items, particularly the latest models of smartphones for the tech aficionados.
TechRadar published an article recommending the Top 15 Smartphones they have tested. These mobile devices vary in brands, features, specs and, most of all, prices. Certainly, the price you have to spend is among the factors a shopper like you should consider the most. From these Top 15, we chose the five best picks not just in terms of their specs and features, but above all, their price.
Top five picks
Usually, a person who desires for a decent mobile phone is willing to spend at least $1000. With what we picked here, your $1000 will already be the maximum amount you'd spend. Most of our choices are even priced way below it. Scroll down and browse through the pages that lead you to the best smartphone to have before the year ends, and to welcome 2020. The smartphones are arranged according to price to help you decide more easily if you are on a tight budget.
1. 64GB iPhone XR ($529)
This iPhone model features what Amazon indicates as "a precision-machined 7000 Series aerospace-grade aluminum frame" wrapping around a pure glass enclosure that has the same sturdy glass used in the iPhone XS. The iPhone XR has a larger display compared to the iPhone 8 Plus. However, it has a smaller body falling between the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max and the 5.8-inch iPhone XS. Like the latter-mentioned iPhone device, this one does not have a Home button, too, and it has adopted the swipe-based navigation system first seen in the iPhone X.
2. Samsung Galaxy 10 ($599.76)
This new Samsung Galaxy S10+ is a very powerful and intelligent device. You can do more of everything you live with this smartphone's Wireless PowerShare feature, an all-day battery life, and an innovative, high-quality camera that places all the expert tools in just one touch. This Samsung Device from Amazon is powered by Verizon, the country's biggest and most dependable 4G LTE network.
3. iPhone 11 64GB ($659)
The 64GB iPhone 11, as to how Amazon describes it, is "just the right amount of everything." Its new two-way camera system can capture more of what is seen and loved. It also has the fastest chip a smartphone can ever have, and a battery that can last all day long. Meaning, you can do more with this latest iPhone model with less charging time. More so, this produces the highest-quality video, which is quite good news for vloggers and those who love to shoot a lot of videos.
4. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 ($799.99)
If you are looking for a smartphone with long-lasting power, a fast-charging battery, and an ultra-fast-speed processor, then this Galaxy Note 10 is a perfect find. Its pen's newest evolution offers the impressive power of a remote shutter, playlist button, air gesture, a handwriting-to-text feature-basically, your all-in-one magic wand. This Samsung device has a complete set of Pro, and it features live-video bokeh and precision audio recording, as well. Having the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is like having a whole and complete studio inside your pocket with its infinity display that gives a cinematic and immersive quality to what is being viewed.
5. Google Pixel 4XL ($897)
This Google phone is the answer to a perfect photo of its easy point and shot function. You can capture vibrant color and control the exposure balance of your photos' various parts. Since it's a Google product, expect to get more things done with your voice with the latest Google Assistant installed in it. If you want a new way of controlling your phone, this mobile device then is a perfect must-have. By simply waving your hand atop the screen, you can already make quick gestures that will silence calls or skip the songs you're playing.