It was a momentous year for the premium smartphone market. Some of the biggest names in the smartphone business broadcasted phones that echoed with people across demographics. Apple, Samsung, and OnePlus proceeded to establish with their smartphone lineup. For a difference, Xiaomi did the same with its flagship lineup in the high-end smartphone market. While selecting the best premium smartphones of the year, we not only glanced at the design and screen quality, but also speed, cameras, and special features these devices had to give.
Apple iPhone 12
The most “complete” smartphone of the year. It focused on the features that matter to potential customers and create a fan base of its own, despite no headline-grabbing features.
Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
This is the most impressive phone of this year. It is designed for creators and pro consumers represented a great leap in smartphone photography. Its triple cameras captured in low-light, plus the iPhone 12 Pro Max left every other smartphone in dust in video capturing.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
The Note 20 Ultra was a hit of the most powerful Android smartphone of this year. It delivered everything for business customers with a gigantic screen, long battery life, a fantastic S Pen, top-notch connectivity, and excellent performance.
The OnePlus 8T able to match the expectation of consumers without too much innovation too. It creates a premium smartphone with the best specs like a higher 120Hz refresh rate display, a bigger 4,500mAh battery, quicker 65W fast charging, and an extra camera. It is combined with price and all-around performance.
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
It is the highest-rated Android smartphone phone of 2020. It emerged as an effective alternative to the OnePlus 8T. It managed to produce a phone that proposed comparable features to flagship smartphones at a lower price with a big 120Hz display, fast Exynos processor, large capacity 4500mAh battery, IP68 dust/water resistance, and three rear cameras.
Mi 10T Pro
The Mi 10T Pro was a disclosure. It had all the bells in a high-end Android smartphone with a 144Hz refresh rate, the processor of its class, it supported 5G, and the comparable build quality that came out this year.
Galaxy Z Fold 2
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 was the ultimate luxury smartphone of the foldable phone status. It was made for people who buy Louis Vuitton bags or luxury watches. It was an exciting device but that doesn’t mean it’s worth buying right now.