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Best smartphones To Buy in 2022

As 2022 approaches halfway, some truly superb smartphones have been released. We’ve compiled a list of the ten best phones that covers all the bases, whether you’re interested in performance, camera capability, or value. 

Check out all ten phones on this list since the top phone won’t suit everyone. In terms of camera, battery life, design, specifications, price, and more to boot, there is a phone for everyone.

1. Samsung S22 Ultra

The S22 Ultra, while bearing a few Note-like features, makes a clear statement that it is the full-blown successor to 2020’s Note 20 Ultra.

It features an S Pen stylus integrated into the phone that extends functionality beyond most rivals, especially in terms of productivity, making it stand out from the rest of the Galaxy S22 range.

Even though Samsung’s camera hardware looks familiar, the upgrades make it one of the best systems on any phone today, equipped with a 108MP main camera, an ultrawide lens, and two telephoto lenses, each with a different zoom level.

In addition to its high WQHD+ resolution and 120Hz adaptive refresh rate, the expansive 6.8in LTPO AMOLED display offers long-term software support that surpasses even Google’s Pixels rounds out an impressive list of pros.

2. Google Pixel 6 Pro

A new design and some significantly enhanced cameras mark Google’s 2021 Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, which feature Tensor silicon and Android 12 out of the box.

With its new 120Hz refresh rate, the Apple iPhone 6 Pro is a much bigger phone – even though it no longer uses the ‘Pixel XL’ naming convention.

Also included are a 50MP main sensor with an astonishing dynamic range, as well as smart new features, including Magic Eraser and Face Unblur. The Pixel range has now been updated with both an ultrawide camera with 12MP and a telephoto camera with 48MP, along with a 4x optical zoom.

Even though Tensor isn’t a leader in benchmarks, it offers more than enough power to handle the most demanding mobile apps and games, along with a specialized skill set for machine learning and artificial intelligence tasks that rival silicon cannot match.

Despite fast charging being a bit of a mess, the Pixel’s 5003mAh battery delivers some of the best battery life on a Pixel ever.

3. iPhone 13 – Superb all-rounder

Even though the iPhone 13 lacks the 13 Pro’s high refresh rate display, it still boasts cutting-edge features like Apple’s newest 5nm A15 Bionic chip and Cinematic Mode in its camera.

In order to accommodate the impressive sensor-shift OIS (optical image stabilization) found exclusively on the 2020 iPhone 12 Pro Max, there is now a diagonal rear camera system. l no telephoto sensor), while on the front – despite the same 60Hz refresh rate as the previous model – you still get a stunning 6.1in an OLED display, complete with a smaller notch.

In addition to adding wellbeing features like notifications summary, iOS 15 is an excellent improvement on Apple’s already well-respected mobile operating system.

As with the Pro, the iPhone 13 offers some of the best battery life, but fast charging is still a long way off.

4. Red Magic 7

It is the first gaming phone to feature Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset while remaining only a minor update to Red Magic 6S Pro from 2021.

As with the last few Red Magic flagships, Nubia’s 165Hz display remains stunning, yet continues to outpace mainstream competitors – making it ideal for gaming – and Nubia’s camera performance has improved as well.

The Red Magic 7’s Android launcher may not be to everyone’s taste, as has the move to a smaller battery (especially if you intend to use it for gaming), but the price-performance balance it strikes and the gaming power it facilitates are unsurpassed.

Should you buy an iPhone or Android phone?

Android and iOS are the only two mobile operating systems worth discussing.

Nowadays, Android is on most phones – the most recent version is 12. In contrast, developers almost always release their apps on Apple’s iOS platform first, regardless of its lower market share. The app store is one of the best due to this approach.

It’s fairly easy to transfer your contacts and other select data from one Android phone or iPhone to another running a different OS (operating system). Keep in mind that paid-for apps and some app data (like WhatsApp backups) cannot be moved. So research any specific concerns you may have if you consider switching platforms.

Here is your 2022 phone buying guide

The following factors should be considered when choosing a phone: build quality, design, ease of use, features, performance, and value. 

There are instances when flagship phones can cost more than 50000 Rupees in 2022, but they will generally start at around 10000 Rupees. The average monthly cost of a contract phone is between 20000 Rupees and 40000 Rupees, but you can spend a lot more if you want an expensive phone and plenty of mobile data.

While this list highlights the best smartphones available today, they aren’t necessarily flagships (although they are heavily featured here). 

For example, the Poco x4 GT price earns its place here based on its capabilities and quality, relative to its price. This also includes entries that cross over with our mid-range and budget phone charts.

In the real world, finances usually don’t allow such large one-time purchases, so we appreciate the best value comes from buying a phone outright. Obviously, you’ll need a phone and a SIM card, as well as a plan. We have the best SIM-only deals if you don’t already have one.

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