There’s no doubt that Samsung is one of the leading Android smartphone manufacturers in the world today. Every year Samsung releases high-end flagship phones that outperform other Android devices, and soon become best sellers. Samsung also has some great mid-range and budget phones that are replete with top-notch features. Here are the top five Samsung phones that are currently ruling the roost in the market.
Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung unveiled its three new flagship phones in the S20 line at its Unpacked event this February. Of the three, S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra, the S20 is a popular choice for its specifications and price. Even with a display size of 6.4-inches, it ergonomically fits in your hand and pocket. Additionally, all S20 devices are 5G enabled and powered by the very powerful Snapdragon 865 processor.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
The S20 Ultra is hands down one of the best phones by Samsung. The phone is loaded with cutting-edge features such as an eye-catching 6.9-inch display. The phone has a quad-camera setup with a 108 MP main sensor, and the camera gives a 100x digital zoom. The incredible camera model lets you click high-quality pictures in virtually any light condition. The base model is available with 12GB RAM, and the more expensive variant comes with 16GB RAM and 512GB internal storage.
Samsung Galaxy S10E
The S10E is the cheapest phone in the S10 lineup and still is replete with some of the best features. With a display size of 5.8-inches, it’s a great option for those who prefer using smaller phones. Even though the dual-lens rear camera is not as impressive, the phone is still equipped with a powerful Snapdragon 855 chipset. It’s an ideal mid-range Galaxy phone that doesn’t compromise much on other specifications and classic Samsung features.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
Although the Galaxy S line is more popular, the Galaxy Line is extremely versatile. The Note 10+ is simply one of the best Samsung phones with a stylus. It features a large 6.8-inch display and is packed with high-end specs and features. The Note 10+ also has a 5G version in the market. With up to 12GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of internal storage, it is the most expensive Galaxy Note.
Samsung Galaxy A51
For those looking for a budget Samsung phone, Galaxy A51 is probably your best bet. Keeping the price in mind, the phone doesn’t let you down when it comes to performance, camera, and battery. It features a chic 6.5-inch display, a powerful Exynos 9611 processor, and comes in 8GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. Unfortunately, the phone is not 5G compatible, but that’s an acceptable compromise on this pocket-friendly Galaxy A51.