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Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

What's good  

  • 120Hz screen
  • Fast performance
  • Affordable
  • Available in 6 different colors

What's bad

  • Camera is so-so
  • Faulty/slow fingerprint scanner
  • Fast charge costs extra


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Apple iPhone 12

What's good  

  • MagSafe shows promise
  • Beautiful screen
  • 5G compatible
  • Great design

What's bad

  • 5G taxes battery life
  • More expensive than the previous iPhone’s
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Apple iPhone 12 mini

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Apple iPhone 12 Pro

What's good  

  • Superfast performance
  • Excellent camera
  • 5G compatibility
  • Superior video quality
  • Apple ProRAW support

What's bad

  • So-so battery life on 5G
  • Minor upgrade to iPhone 12
  • Expensive
  • No USB-C support
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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

What's good  

  • Lovely AMOLED screen
  • Best battery life for its tier
  • S-pen support
  • Fast refresh rate

What's bad

  • Very expensive
  • No MicroSD expansion
  • Ads in Samsung software

Verdict

Having to pay extra for more storage up front is a new change for Samsung. In terms of everything else, there’s not a lot to say about the phone in terms of failings. At the end of the day, the simple question is, can you afford it and do you need a phone this powerful?

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Google Pixel 4a 5G

What's good  

  • Big beautiful screen
  • Excellent battery life
  • Headphone jack
  • Fast fingerprint scanner

What's bad

  • No waterproof or dust rating
  • Stale design choice
  • No wireless charging
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Samsung Galaxy S21

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Samsung Galaxy S21+

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Apple iPhone SE (2020)

What's good  

  • Compact size
  • Blazing performance
  • Excellent screen
  • Affordable pricing
  • Touch ID
  • All-day battery

What's bad

  • Chunky bezels
  • Poor low-light camera performance
  • No Face ID
  • Ships with "slow" charger
  • No 3.5mm headphone jack
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Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra

What's good  

  • 120Hz refresh screen
  • Camera with 5x optical zoom and up to 50x digital zoom
  • All-day battery life
  • S Pen stylus support
  • Outstanding performance

What's bad

  • Very expensive
  • Heavy and awkward to hold
  • Protruding camera hub
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Google Pixel 4a

What's good  

  • Inexpensive
  • Great display
  • Great camera

What's bad

  • Not Waterproof
  • Battery life
  • No Micro SD support
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Samsung Galaxy A11

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Samsung Galaxy Note20

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Apple iPhone 11

What's good  

  • Blazing performance
  • Plenty of storage
  • Great cameras
  • Good audio
  • Face ID
  • Decent screen
  • All-day battery life

What's bad

  • No 3.5mm headphone jack or Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter
  • Slow charger included

Verdict

Unless you need the best screen available, the iPhone 11 is the phone in Apple’s 2019 lineup to suit the average buyer. It has enough battery for work and play, can handle any app or game you throw at it, and looks good while doing so. But unless you’re a light phone user, plan to pick up a faster charger.

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