Best Smartphones in 2020

This year really has been the year for innovative technology but the best smartphones in 2020 really do stand out against the rest, but what are they? It’s pretty certain that you can expect the big three to hold the top 5 spaces. So far, we’ve seen some top notch smartphones but we’re sure you’ll see even more over the next 6 months.


Apple iPhone 11

We’ve seen just about everything from Apple in the last few years however, the iPhone 11 really opened up some avenues. Apple allowed us to enjoy the very best of Apple technology, just with a much lower price tag. You can even choose from a huge range of fun colours to buy the Apple iPhone 11 in. With an all glass design, the iPhone 11 screams high end, which is typical Apple fashion. They’ve decided to keep hold of the top cut out to house the speaker and selfie camera whilst keeping bezel edges low.

Something that’s seriously impressive with the iPhone 11 is the battery life. There’s a 3110mAh battery built into the phone. Usually, we see much larger batteries in smartphones with Samsung featuring upwards of 4000mAh. Although smaller, this battery can keep you going for just as long. Paired with the A13 Bionic, this battery is efficient and powerful. It won’t put energy into places that you don’t need it, only the places you use it. This means that no energy is wasted, allowing you to use the phone for way longer than ever before.


Samsung Galaxy S20 5G

With 5G only being introduced to the UK last June, there wasn’t the largest choice of 5G devices available. No major tech companies had the time to produce handsets in the few months after. That being said, 2020 has boomed with amazing 5G compatible smartphones. The S20 series was just one lot. With the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, you can enjoy the very best of Samsung technology with the greatness of 5G, all at an affordable price. Paired with the classic, slick design from Samsung, you get a very high class device. Even add colour to spice it up a bit.

To add that class to the camera, you will find a triple lens camera on the back with a dial lens selfie camera too. The main lens in your camera set up is a 12MP wide camera. This produces most photos as it’s the most versatile of them all. There is also a 12MP ultrawide lens and a 64MP telephoto camera. Each of these is going to give you a different style to shoot in however, all photos will be detailed and clear. You’ll be able to experience the most colourful images all with little work from yourself.


iPhone SE

Years ago, Apple released the iPhone SE to appeal to a lower budget market. 2020 saw the release of the new iPhone SE to reopen that market. A lot of the specifications from the SE are similar to the iPhone 8, just with some new and improved parts. The most obvious difference with the SE is the reintroduction of the home button, therefore Touch ID too. Adding bezels and buttons really lowered the size of the display, down to 4.7 inches in fact. This is perfect for anyone who wants something easy and smaller than the average smartphone these days.

Although a budget smartphone, the iPhone SE actually features some top tier Apple technology, such as the A13 Bionic. This is the same chipset that’s found in the iPhone 11 series and has been branded the fastest chip in a smartphone. You can expect extremely fast speeds and little interruptions. When you’re browsing through social media, you won’t have to wait for photos to load or accounts to buffer. When uploading or downloading, you’re not going to experience pauses. Even when you stream videos, music or films, you won’t have to worry about delayed images or unwanted buffering.


Huawei P40

Although losing access to all Google services, Huawei have really managed to keep up the quality of their handsets. Replacing all services such as maps, app store and emails has allowed them to really recreate the Huawei experience. Users have loved how the Huawei P40 feels, even without Google. Not to mention, the HUAWEI App Gallery means you don’t have to miss out on any exciting apps. Find all your favourites and even more to still enjoy on the P40. You really don’t have to worry about missing out just because of a few Google services.

You get a 6.1 inch OLED display with the P40, allowing you to enjoy a really full screen experience. The selfie cameras slip into a small cut out in the top left corner of the screen. This allows you to enjoy as much of the screen as possible whilst also keeping hold of important technology. You can trust that anything on your screen is going to be extremely high quality with the 1080 x 2340 pixel resolution on the Huawei P40. Make the very best of a high tech phone with the best technology to offer you a first class experience.


Samsung Galaxy A71

Released in late 2019, the Galaxy A71 has become more and more popular over the last few months. Currently, this is one of the best smartphones in 2020 if you have a budget to stick to. Prices for this smartphone are sitting in the mid 20s if you pay monthly. To buy the phone outright, you’re looking at paying around £500. Either way, the Samsung Galaxy A71 is going to break the bank. Although slightly cheaper, it’s got the best technology from the camera to the display. Enjoy a high tech device at a low price.

Featured on the back of the A71, you’ll find a quad lens camera, and it’s not going to let you down. The main lens is a 64MP wide camera. Any photos you take will be extremely clear and sharp. There is then a 12MP ultrawide lens and 5MP macro and depth lenses. Each lens will offer you a completely different shooting style, allowing you to get creative. Whichever lens you photograph with, you’ll get a very crisp, detailed photo each time. With phase detection autofocus, you can also trust that capturing clear, high resolution images is easier than ever.


Even better for you, the best smartphones in 2020 are currently available in our summer sale at an all time low price. Enjoy top tier technology at a super friendly price right now.