November 12, 2019
Mobile phones have become the hub we live our lives around, and the thought of going without one would leave many feeling helpless.
We need phones that can do it all: Take great photos, communicate with our friends over loads of different apps, play games, manage our money, help us get home, and never run out of battery.
Picking the right phone brand can help you find your dream phone. So which brand is best?
Phone Brands Compared
No phone brand is perfect, and each comes with a set of pros and cons. Samsung phones have great hardware, but sometimes have issues when it comes to Android and its own UI. Apple, by contrast, has fantastic integration between hardware and its own operating system, but its phones are notoriously expensive.
Let’s take an in-depth look at each phone brand:
You might think of Motorola as a brand relegated to the smartphone cemetry, but you’d be wrong. The brand that gave us the iconic RAZR is still knocking out some incredible mid-range phones, which are well worth taking a look at.
- Moto g7 Plus – Motorola’s g-series phones have long been regarded as the best cheap phones on sale and, with the g7 Plus, the company has created another cut-price classic. It runs Android, a 6.2-inch 1080p display, dual rear cameras, and a tiny notch. It costs just $350 — yes, you read that correctly. Read our full review for more.
- Motorola One Zoom – The One Zoom was launched at IFA in Berlin packing four (yes, four) rear cameras while costing just $449. That array of rear-facing lenses include a depth-sensor, a 117-degree ultra-wide angle lens, and a telephoto lens — meaning you should get great photos whatever the conditions. Find out more about the One Zoom here.
- Motorola One Vision – The One Vision costs the same as the g7 Plus but is a very different phone. Firstly, it’s tall — the screen has a 21:9 aspect ratio, making it three times taller than it is wide. Secondly, it takes incredible photos with dual rear cameras (including a 48Mp lens). Thirdly, it uses Android One, a version of Android that gives you speedy updates and minimal bloatware. It’s an unusual but impressive phone.
Verdict – The cheap G-series are a solid option for those one a budget, while its Android One series keeps getting better
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