Since the launch of its “flagship killer” in 2014, OnePlus has been an interesting company to watch as they’ve gone from being an enthusiast brand to slowly becoming just another Android smartphone maker.
For the last couple of years, OnePlus has been releasing more than one phone per year and this year is no different, with the launch of the OnePlus 8 series.
Since its debut in 2015, LG’s V series has become the company’s way to experiment with new features like a secondary display and things like leather-backed phones and more. This is like Samsung’s Galaxy Note line compared to their main Galaxy S phones.
When I reviewed the Huawei P30 Pro last year, I thought it was one of the best devices of last year, especially with its amazing camera.
Since its launch in 2016, the Google Pixel phone lineup has put an emphasis on the camera. And with the Pixel 4 & Pixel 4 XL in 2019, that still holds true apart from some minor flaws.
Ever since it’s introduction back in 2011, I’ve always been a fan of Samsung’s Galaxy Note series of phones. And while there have been some issues in the past (like the Galaxy Note 7), the Note 10+ builds upon the S10 series and past Samsung devices to make an even better phone with a few shortcomings.
Razer has been making gaming products for more than a decade and has been primarily known for its keyboards, mice and laptops. But in recent years, Razer has ventured into the world of smartphones with their first Razer Phone in 2017 and it’s follow up in 2018.
When it comes to smartphones these days, a big emphasis is being put on the camera. Whether it’s bumping up the megapixel count or being able to take photos basically in the dark, the camera plays a big part in a flagship smartphone.