Over the past year, more than a few hundred smartphones have been launched and they have stood out in one way or another. (segment) and look back and reflect on what you did best.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra – Best Of Note and Galaxy S
Samsung is the undisputed leader in manufacturing gorgeous AMOLED displays, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra is proof of that (read our full review here). The S22 Ultra is a large smartphone and also Samsung’s most feature-packed flagship with the added benefit of a bundled S Pen. The display is bright and gorgeous AMOLED, with a super-thin top bezel and a slightly thicker bottom bezel, so you don’t have to worry about accidental touches. The smartphone has a well-balanced design despite its large dimensions and isn’t as top-heavy as last year’s S21 Ultra. It’s the best Android flagship smartphone money can buy.
OnePlus 10T – very fast charging and excellent battery
The OnePlus 10T comes with the same design language laid out by the OnePlus 10 Pro, albeit for Hasseblad branding (read the full review here). The OnePlus 10T and 10 Pro designs are completely different from both the OnePlus 9 series and the OnePlus Nord line. 10T also misses the iconic alert slider. This is a large phone with a 6.7-inch OLED HDR 10+ panel, bright, with a maximum refresh rate of 120 Hz and automatic downsizing up to 60 Hz. The camera is decent and does most of the work well. OnePlus 10T charging can be broken. The battery supports the company’s own 150W SuperVOOC charging, which is extremely fast. This is a smartphone that offers good overall performance and very fast charging at an asking price of less than Rs 50,000.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 – a unique proposal to own
Samsung dominates the foldable market with its fourth-generation foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is a sleek and advanced foldable that most of its rivals are trying to replicate. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is one of the most recommended smartphones of 2022, bringing the long-awaited camera upgrade and being a productivity-focused tablet-cum-phone. With its impressive camera and S Pen support, Samsung has made this year’s Fold a true flagship in every sense of the word.The Galaxy Z Fold 4 may not be the perfect smartphone, but it’s unlike any other There is no doubt about that. The Z Fold 4 is a great smartphone with great productivity, S Pen support, and an upgraded camera. The overall form factor makes it a unique proposition to own.
Google Pixel 6a – buy for camera
The Pixel 6a is like other flagship Pixel phones repackaged into Pixel A series phones. The Google Pixel 6a is similar to the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, making the phone look more expensive than it actually is. Unlike most smartphones with panels over 6.5 inches, this is not a big smartphone. The Pixel 6a’s panel is one-handed and lightweight. The Pixel 6a has a great set of cameras for imaging, the Sony IMX363 and Sony IMX386. Photos from the main camera are super clear with very little noise. Google has mastered the A-series with his Pixel 6a, thanks to a good camera and decent overall performance.
Vivo X80 – almost flagship
The Vivo X80 is a great smartphone with three cameras, a great display and a fast chipset. With its striking design and sleek matte finish on the back, the Vivo X80 is probably one of the most eye-catching devices to launch in 2022. The phone is a large glass sandwich slab with curved edges and curved panels all around. The Vivo X80 is one of the best smartphones released this year, doesn’t cost a bomb and offers almost every good feature under the sun.