The best phones in the UK 2022

The best phones in the UK 2022

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The arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is expected to shake up this list very soon. We currently have Galaxy S22 hands-on, Galaxy S22 Plus hands-on, and Galaxy S22 Ultra hands-on stories for you to read, but once our reviews are published, we’ll decide whether or not to include them on this list. That won’t be the end of notable new entries, as the OnePlus 10 Pro and the Xiaomi 12 series are expected to arrive in the U.K. soon and also provide a top-tier Android experience.

Other interesting Android phones to look out for this year This includes the Vivo phone that changes colors, the Huawei P50 Pro and P50 Pocket with their unusual cameras, and the Redmi Note 11 series, the successor to one of our current favorite phones.

Whatever type of phone you’re looking for, our top picks are listed below for you to consider before making a purchase. If you’re looking for more great deals in the UK, check out the best Black Friday deals we’ve found so far.

What are the best phones in the UK (United Kingdom)?

The iPhone 13 Pro Max is the best phone we’ve tested in the United Kingdom. The entire iPhone 13 line is excellent (there are two more models on this list), but the Pro Max model stands out with its larger display, improved cameras, and the longest battery life in the lineup.

Instead, if you want the best of Android, we recommend the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. The Xiaomi Mi 11 and Oppo Find X3 Pro are also excellent options, but the S21 Ultra outperforms them in terms of overall camera performance and software support, and it can be used with Samsung’s S Pen.

Depending on how much money you want to spend, the best budget options are the OnePlus Nord 2, Google Pixel 4a, and Redmi Note 10 Pro. Despite their low prices, all of these have some premium features that make them feel special to use.

Looking ahead to the rest of the year, there are a couple of phones that will almost certainly shake up this list. As previously stated, a new iPhone 13 should be unveiled in September, and the Google Pixel 6 appears to be the first Google phone capable of unseating Samsung.

The best phones available in the UK today

1. iPhone 13 Pro Max

The best phone you can buy right now

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.7-inch OLED (2778 x 1284)
CPU: A15 Bionic
RAM: 6GB
Storage: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB
Rear camera: 12MP wide (ƒ/1.5), 12MP ultrawide (ƒ/1.8), 12MP telephoto (ƒ/2.8)
Front camera: Front camera: 12MP (ƒ/2.2)
Weight: 238 grams
Battery: 4,352 mAh
REASONS TO BUY
Class-leading cameras
Beautiful 120Hz display
Powerful chipset
REASONS TO AVOID

There is no charger included.

The 128GB version does not support ProRes video.

Apple has regained control of the smartphone market with the release of its top-tier iPhone 13, the iPhone 13 Pro Max. This model improves on last year’s Pro Max with improved cameras, a larger battery, and the long-awaited 120Hz ProMotion refresh rate. Apple still equips it with a powerful chipset and the most recent version of iOS, allowing you to fully enjoy all of the App Store’s numerous apps.

We’re a little disappointed that one of the phone’s new signature features — ProRes high-quality video — is only available if you purchase the iPhone 13 Pro Max with 256GB or more storage. The only other issue is charging, as Apple once again does not include a charger in the box, and the phone only supports a disappointingly slow 20W wired and 15W wireless over MagSafe.

2. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

The best Android phone you can buy

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.8-inch OLED (3200×1400; 10-120Hz)
CPU: Exynos 1200
RAM: 12GB, 16GB
Storage: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB
Rear camera: Rear camera: 108MP wide (f/1.8), 12MP ultra wide (ƒ/2.2), 10MP telephoto (3x zoom, f/2.4), 10MP telephoto (10x zoom, f/4.9), laser AF sensor
Front camera: 40MP
Weight: 229 grams
Battery: 5,000 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Variable 120Hz display

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Twin telephoto cameras

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S Pen stylus support
REASONS TO AVOID

No included charger

Heavy

Inferior Exynos chipset in the U.K.

In terms of hardware on a phone, Samsung’s top flagship phone is as good as it gets. The S21 Ultra is a yardstick for how powerful and versatile flagship phones should be, whether it’s the variable 120Hz QHD OLED display, the 108MP main camera, the dual telephoto cameras, or the stylus support.

Unfortunately, all of that technology means that this is a large phone that will not suit all users. Samsung, like Apple, made the unpopular decision to remove the bundled charger from the S21 series’ box, making full-speed charging more difficult. The Exynos 1200 is also used in the European version of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It’s comparable to the Snapdragon 888-based version, but the US edition performs better.

 

3. iPhone 13 Pro

A less expensive but still excellent iPhone

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.1-inch OLED (2532 x 1170)
CPU: A15 Bionic
RAM: 6GB
Storage: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB
12MP wide (/1.5), 12MP ultrawide (/1.8), and 12MP telephoto (/2.8) cameras on the back.
Front camera: 12MP (ƒ/2.2)
Weight: 203 grams
Battery: 3,095 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Super-powerful chipset

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Excellent photography

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Much better battery life
REASONS TO AVOID

No charger in box

The iPhone 13 Pro does not quite reach the same heights as the iPhone 13 Pro Max due to the size difference in the display and battery capacity. Don’t be fooled, this iPhone still crushes most of its Android competitors under its heel, thanks to Apple’s perfect combination of power and ease of use.

The 6.1-inch 13 Pro still has an excellent display, fantastic cameras, and the same A15 Bionic chipset as the iPhone 13 Pro Max. This latter feature allows the iPhone 13 Pro to outperform any Android phone in benchmark or real-world tests.

However, keep an eye out for the lack of a charging brick in the box, as you may require a new charger depending on your previous phone. Furthermore, Apple’s new ProRes video mode is only available if you purchase an iPhone 13 Pro with 256GB of storage or higher, which seems unfair to those who don’t require the extra space.

In terms of hardware on a phone, Samsung’s top flagship phone is as good as it gets. The S21 Ultra is a yardstick for how powerful and versatile flagship phones should be, whether it’s the variable 120Hz QHD OLED display, the 108MP main camera, the dual telephoto cameras, or the stylus support.

Unfortunately, all of that technology results in a large phone that will not suit all users. Samsung, like Apple, made the unpopular decision to remove the bundled charger from the S21 series’ box, making charging the phone at full speed more difficult. The Exynos 1200 processor is also used in the European version of the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It’s comparable to the Snapdragon 888-based version, but the US edition outperforms it.

4. Xiaomi Mi 11

The best premium phone deal in the United Kingdom.

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.8-inch AMOLED (3200 x 1440, 30/60/90/120Hz)
CPU: Snapdragon 888
RAM: 8GB
Storage: 128GB/256GB
Rear camera resolutions are as follows: 108MP main (f1.8), 13MP ultrawide (f2.4), and 5MP telemacro (f2.4)
Front camera: 20MP (f2.2)
Weight: 196 grams
Battery: 4,600 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Powerful specs for price

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Impressive macro camera

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Stunning display
REASONS TO AVOID

Mediocre normal photography

No IP rating

Smaller battery

The Xiaomi Mi 11 has specs that are comparable to much more expensive Android flagships, making it one of the best phones in the UK. The highlight is its display, which is as large and detailed as the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s and features a good variable refresh rate system on top. Although the battery is small for a phone of this size, it charges at 55W wired and 50W wireless, which outperforms almost all other competitors right now in terms of speed.

While you hope you never have to put it to the test, the Mi 11 lacks an official IP rating for water/dust resistance, unlike the premium phones it otherwise matches or outperforms in terms of features. The cameras on the Mi 11 are also a little lacking, though its 108MP main sensor still performs admirably, and its telemacro camera is one of the best ways to take close-up shots on any phone.

5. Google Pixel 6

The best cheap Android flagship you can get

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.4-inch OLED (2400 x 1080)
CPU: Google Tensor
RAM: 8GB
Storage: 128GB, 256GB
Rear camera: 50MP main (f/1.85), 12MP ultrawide (f/2.2)
Front camera: 8MP (f/2.0)
Weight: 207 grams
Battery: 4,614 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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New AI-focussed chip

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Amazing on-board photo editing

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Surprisingly cheap
REASONS TO AVOID

Short battery life

No telephoto camera

90Hz refresh rate

Google’s Pixel 6 series is a huge step forward, bringing the company’s phones up to the level of its most successful competitors. While we prefer the Pixel 6 Pro for its improved display and additional camera, the Pixel 6 is a far better value purchase at £600.

Even at that surprisingly low cost, you get access to Google Tensor, the company’s new in-house chip that enables fancy new features like custom image processing, on-device text and audio translation, and enhanced device security.

Two of the Pixel 6’s flaws are the 90Hz display (rather than the smoother 120Hz) and the lack of a telephoto camera, but you can get these on the Pixel 6 Pro instead. The lack of battery life, on the other hand, is more of an issue, so keep a charger nearby when taking the Pixel 6 out for a long day’s activities.

 

The best phones in the UK 2022

6. iPhone 13

The best iPhone for most people

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.1-inch OLED (2532×1170)
CPU: A15 Bionic
RAM: 4GB
Storage: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB
Rear camera: 12MP wide (ƒ/1.6), 12MP ultrawide (ƒ/2.4)
Front camera: 12MP (ƒ/2.2)
Weight: 173 grams
Battery: 3,240 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Amazing performance

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Much better battery life

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Improved display brightness
REASONS TO AVOID

Only two rear cameras

No 120Hz display

Apple’s entry-level iPhone 13 offers many of the same features as our top pick, the iPhone 13 Pro Max, but for £300 less. This includes the powerful A15 Bionic chipset with 5G capabilities and a bright OLED display, while a small battery size increase has improved the phone’s battery life significantly.

Unfortunately, the iPhone 13 does not receive a 120Hz refresh rate like its Pro siblings, making it one of the only phones in 2021 that does not have a refresh rate higher than 60Hz. Apple has also been stingy with the cameras yet again, providing users with only main and ultrawide rear sensors. Fortunately, they can still take great pictures.

The in-box charger, which is part of Apple’s eco-friendly initiative, is also missing, which is inconvenient for users. However, due to an ideal combination of size, power, and price, this is still the best iPhone for the vast majority of people.

 

7. Oppo Find X3 Pro

A fantastic flagship alternative

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.7-inch OLED (3216 x 1440, 5 to 120Hz)
CPU: Snapdragon 888
RAM: 12GB
Storage: 256GB
50MP main (f/1.8); 50MP ultra wide (f/2.2); 13MP telephoto (f/2.4); 3MP microlens (f/3.0).
Front camera: Front camera: 32MP (f/3.0)
Weight: 193 grams
Battery: 4,500 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Great display

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Flexible camera system

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Powerful performance
REASONS TO AVOID

Gimmicky microscope lens

The design is a dirt magnet.

Oppo’s current top-tier flagship performs significantly differently than the rest of the pack. The Oppo Find X3 Pro display employs the same LTPO technology as the OnePlus 9 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, but with a lower minimum refresh rate to conserve battery life. The phone’s display also supports 10-bit color, allowing for even more vivid video and photo viewing.

Oppo’s phone has a unique unibody design that looks great (until you get fingerprints on it) and the same 65W wired charging as the OnePlus 9 Pro, making it one of the fastest charging phones available.

The Find X3’s camera array includes a special microscope camera for incredible close-up photography, which, while less versatile than a standard telephoto sensor, is one of the features that helps set this phone apart. If the homogeneous feature set of other flagship Android phones does not appeal to you, the Find X3 Pro’s more unusual features may be enough to persuade you to buy.

 

8. OnePlus 9 Pro

The best premium flagship phone value

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.7-inch AMOLED (3168 x 1440; 1-120Hz)
CPU: Snapdragon 888
RAM: 8GB, 12GB
Storage: 128GB/256GB
Rear camera resolutions are as follows: 48MP wide (/1.8), 50MP ultrawide (/2.2), 8MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom (/2.4), and 2MP monochrome.
Front camera: 16MP (ƒ/2.4)
Weight: 197 grams
Battery: 4,500 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Great display

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Speedy wired and wireless charging

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Good cameras
REASONS TO AVOID

Poor night mode photos

Limited monochrome sensor

Battery life is below average.
With the OnePlus 9 Pro, OnePlus really upped its game. The addition of Hasselblad-tuned cameras has improved an area of the OnePlus phone’s arsenal that had previously been lacking. OnePlus is now a true contender for one of the best phones in the UK, thanks to some of the fastest wired and wireless charging available and a gorgeous QHD display with a variable 120Hz refresh rate. Its low price — at least for a phone with these specs — is also a significant selling point.
The low-light photos from those boosted cameras still fall short of the other shots. Furthermore, the addition of a monochrome camera does not provide the same level of value as a second telephoto camera. However, don’t let that put you off what is otherwise a well-rounded and finely honed phone.

9. Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra

The best phone in the U.K. for unique features

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.81-inch QHD AMOLED (3200 x 1440; 30Hz/60Hz/90Hz/120Hz); Rear: 1.1-inch AMOLED (126 x 294)
CPU: Snapdragon 888
RAM: 12GB
Storage: 256GB
50MP main (f/1.95), 48MP ultrawide (f/2.2), 48MP telephoto (5x optical zoom, 120x max zoom, f/4.1).
Front camera: 20MP (f/2.2)
Weight: 245 grams
Battery: 5,000mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Secondary display

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Powerful triple cameras

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Rapid wired/wireless charging
REASONS TO AVOID

Very expensive

Poor battery life

Heavy and unergonomic

In terms of the amount of stuff packed into the phone, Xiaomi has outdone everyone this year with the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. The Mi 11 Ultra’s 1.1-inch rear display, for example, can be used to check the time and notifications or as a mini-viewfinder when taking photos with one of three 48MP cameras. The Mi 11 Ultra is a specs monster, with the same fantastic display as the standard Mi 11 and even faster 67W wired and wireless charging speeds.

The Mi 11 Ultra costs as much as you’d expect for this much hardware, and the battery life suffers as a result of being an average-sized cell with a lot more stuff to power than the average phone. Furthermore, due to its large size and lack of balance due to the massive rear camera/display bump, it’s not an easy phone to use. Regardless, there’s nothing like the look on someone’s face when you show off the Mi 11 Ultra’s features.

 

10. ​​Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

The best phone for productivity

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.9-inch AMOLED (3088×1440; 10 – 120Hz)
CPU: Snapdragon 865 Plus
RAM: 12GB
Storage: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB (expandable)
Rear camera: 108MP wide (ƒ/1.8); 12MP telephoto with 5x optical zoom (ƒ/3.0); 12MP ultrawide (ƒ/2.2)
Front camera: 10MP (ƒ/2.2)
Weight: 208 grams
Battery: 4,500 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Dynamic display

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Superb included stylus

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Strong cameras

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Long battery life
REASONS TO AVOID

Expensive

Can be awkward to hold

The Galaxy Note model from last year retains and improves on the phablet’s best features. The phone’s defining feature, the S Pen, is more responsive than ever. However, Samsung has significantly improved the display, cameras, and battery life.

However, with a 6.9-inch display and a large camera bump, this is a large phone. Plus, even for a Samsung flagship, it’s pricey, especially if you want the larger storage capacity. However, given how much this phone packs into its frame, you won’t mind the size once you realize how much work and play you can do with just your phone.

11. Samsung Galaxy S21

The best Android flagship for most people

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.2-inch OLED (2400×1080; 48-120Hz)
CPU: Exynos 2100
RAM: 8GB
Storage: 128GB, 256GB
Rear camera resolutions are as follows: 12MP (/1.8) wide, 12MP (/2.2) ultrawide, and 64MP (/2.0) telephoto with 3x optical zoom.
Front camera: 10MP (ƒ/2.2)
Weight: 171 grams
Battery: 4,000 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Compact

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Beautiful display

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Small and handsome design
REASONS TO AVOID

No charger

Instead of a Snapdragon chip, an Exynos chip is used.

Samsung made a wise decision with the Galaxy S21 by lowering the quality of its parts compared to the Galaxy S20 in 2020. This results in a high-quality entry-level product with a nice-looking screen at a reasonable price, even if it does result in the dreaded plastic-backed design.

The S21 does not come with a charger, and the European model available in the United Kingdom does not use the superior Snapdragon 888 chipset. Instead, the phone is powered by the Exynos 2100, which means it lags slightly behind the US model.

Don’t let any of that deter you from purchasing the Galaxy S21, which offers flagship features at a lower price than other S21 models.

12. OnePlus Nord 2

The best mid-range phone for U.K buyers

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.43-inch AMOLED (FHD, 60Hz/90Hz)
CPU: MediaTek Dimensity 1200-AI
RAM: 8GB/12GB
Storage: 128GB/256GB
Rear camera: 50MP (f/1.88), 8MP ultrawide (f/2.25), and 2MP monochrome (f/2.5).
Front camera: 32MP selfie (f/2.45)
Weight: 189 grams
Battery: 4,500 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Top cameras

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Strong performance for price

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Rapid charging
REASONS TO AVOID

Refresh rates that are fixed
The latest Nord handset is a mid-range champion, providing all of the essentials as well as several premium features for a very reasonable price. The combination of 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, as well as the surprisingly powerful Dimensity 1200-AI chipset, results in close to flagship-level performance.

While the Nord 2 has a maximum refresh rate of 90Hz, it must be manually set, which means you have to choose between extra smoothness or extra battery life, unlike more expensive phones that let you have the best of both worlds.

However, the cameras on the OnePlus Nord 2 easily compete with other camera phones in its class. The best feature, however, is the Nord 2’s 65W wired charging, which outperforms almost every other phone on the market today.

 

13. Redmi Note 10 Pro

A budget phone with minimal compromise

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.67-inch AMOLED FHD (2400 x 1080; 60/120Hz)
CPU: Snapdragon 732G
RAM: 6GB/8GB
Storage: 64GB/128GB
Rear camera: 108MP main (f/1.9), 8MP ultrawide (f/2.2), 5MP telemacro (f/2.4), 2MP depth (f/2.4)
Front camera: 16MP (f/2.45)
Weight: 193 grams
Battery: 5,020 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Impressive display

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Speedy charging

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Effective cameras
REASONS TO AVOID

Weak performance

Low default storage

You won’t be disappointed with Redmi’s low-cost handset. The Redmi Note 10 Pro has a large AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz, just like phones four times its price. It even outperforms some of the more expensive phones in terms of charging speed, thanks to the included 33W charger.

However, the phone’s base price only gets you 64GB of storage, which isn’t too bad these days. The longer-term problem is a lack of power in the Snapdragon 732G chipset, which makes the device feel sluggish to use. You’ll be fine as long as you don’t use too many high-intensity apps.

The Note 10 Pro also has the same telemacro camera as the Xiaomi Mi 11, and it performs just as well despite being a much cheaper phone. The other cameras perform admirably as well.

 

14. Google Pixel 4a

The best budget/mid-range phone for software

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 5.81-inch OLED (2340×1080)
CPU: Snapdragon 730G
RAM: 6GB
Storage: 128GB
Rear camera: 12.2MP (ƒ/1.7)
Front camera: 8MP (ƒ/2.0)
Weight: 143 grams
Battery: 3,140 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Excellent software support

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Strong cameras
REASONS TO AVOID

Low processing power,

Poor battery

Because the Pixel 5a is currently only available in Japan and the United States, UK customers must settle for the Pixel 4a. That’s fine, because this older phone still outperforms others in its class in some areas.

As a Google phone, the Pixel 4a receives the most up-to-date Android experiences first and for a longer period of time than many comparable devices. The Pixel 4a only has a single rear camera, but it takes better photos than almost any other phone.

The Pixel 4a’s low-powered chipset and small battery are the only drawbacks. These could be an issue if you’re a smartphone power user who uses their phone frequently throughout the day. However, if you’re a lighter user looking for an otherwise excellent low-cost phone, the Pixel 4a is the way to go.

 

15. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

A Samsung flagship phone for much less

SPECIFICATIONS
Display: 6.5-inch OLED (2400×1080, 120Hz)
CPU: Snapdragon 865
RAM: 6GB
Storage: 128GB
12MP main (/1.8), 12MP ultrawide (/2.2), and 8MP telephoto with 3x zoom (/2.4).
Front camera: 32MP (ƒ/2.2)
Weight: 190 grams
Battery: 4,500 mAh
REASONS TO BUY

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Large, 120Hz screen

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Strong performance

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Flagship quality on a budget
REASONS TO AVOID

Disappointing battery life

Slower included charger

You don’t have to spend as much money as you might think to get a flagship-level Samsung. The Galaxy S20 FE loses a few features while retaining some of the best, such as the Snapdragon 888 chip, 6.5-inch 120Hz display, and triple rear cameras.

The Galaxy S20 FE’s battery does a poor job of keeping all of these components powered for extended periods of time. And, while it isn’t a deal breaker, the charger included in the box is only 15W, despite the fact that the phone can support up to 25W. So you have two options: accept a slower fill-up time or spend money on a charger you don’t really need.

One thing to keep an eye out for: the Galaxy S21 FE, this phone’s successor, is about to be released. We’ll update this list once we’ve given it a thorough review, but the newer version may be worth considering over the S20 FE.

How to choose the best U.K. phone for you

When deciding which phones to shortlist, your first question should be: Apple or Android? Although iPhones are excellent, avoiding any type of Android phone severely limits your options. In general, if you want the most up-to-date hardware, a recent Android phone is preferable, whereas iPhones prioritize well-optimized features that work seamlessly with user-friendly software.

It’s also important to consider the size of the phones you’re considering. Many phones these days are larger than 6 inches in size, which is fine for most people, but if you want something more compact, you’ll need to search more thoroughly for the best small phones.

When it comes to key features, the cameras and battery are the two you’ll want to pay attention to. With smartphones having largely replaced the compact digital camera, having a diverse array of cameras is essential. High megapixel (MP) counts aren’t everything, so check out our comparison photo sliders in our reviews to see how all of a phone’s cameras compare to a rival phone.

The significance of battery and charging should be self-evident: you want your phone to last as long as possible while also charging quickly. In general, the more milliamp hours (mAh) a phone’s battery has, the better. However, it is not always accurate — iPhones have some of the smallest batteries of any modern phone, but some still rank high on our list of the best battery life phones. Again, it’s a good idea to read our reviews, which detail how long these phones last when performing everyday tasks.

How we test smartphones

To make our best phone list, a smartphone must excel in several tests that we run on each handset. Some of these tests are carried out in our labs, while others are carried out in the field.

When it comes to graphics performance, we rely on synthetic benchmarks such as Geekbench 5 and GFXBench. We can compare performance between iPhones and Android devices using these tests. We also time a real-world video transcoding test on each phone using the Adobe Premiere Rush app.

To assess the display quality of a phone, we conduct lab tests to determine the brightness of the panel (in nits) as well as the color saturation of each screen (DCI-P3 color gamut). In these cases, larger numbers are preferable. Each panel’s color accuracy is also measured using a Delta-E rating, with lower numbers being better and a score of 0 being perfect.

The Tom’s Guide battery test is one of the most important tests we perform. We run a web browsing test over 5G or 4G with a screen brightness of 150 nits until the battery dies. A phone that lasts 10 hours or more is considered good in general, and anything that lasts longer than 11 hours makes our list of the best phone battery life.

Last but not least, we put the best phones through their paces by taking photos outdoors, indoors, and at night in low light to see how they stack up against their closest competitors. We photograph landscapes, food, portraits, and other subjects, and we let you be the judge with side-by-side comparisons in our reviews.

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