The Christmas is in the corner which represents the end of the year. The show of smartphone 2018 has already ended since big names like HUAWEI, Apple, Samsung and Pixel released their new generations in the second half year. No matter for people who are looking for a new phone or fans of electrical gadgets, the best of the year is always being focused on.
Since USB-C port has been introduced, it becomes popular among Android phone circle. It is designed faster in both charging and transferring speed, also, features a reversible connector. As one of the lovely features, it becomes one of the most important reasons why people choose Android phones. Here we rounded up the top 5 USB-C phones of 2018; each of them lists on the top for their own reasons.
Top1: Huawei Mate 20 Pro
The “P” series and “Mate” series of Huawei are impressive in design and performance. The new released Mate 20 Pro comes with 3 rear cameras in a rectangle shape and the newest Qualcomm processor. As the equal of any other flagship phones, it wins for its new features such as in-display fingerprint scanner and special color options. Although it is not cheap for selling around $1200, it is still a value-for-money product especially for comparing to Apple series of this year which even has a higher price.
Top 2: Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Before the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 attracted a lot of people. Except the generally updating of performance, the most eye-catching innovation of Note 9 is its companion —S Pen. It proves Samsung’s strategy of keeping the pen is right. Samsung fans love pen and love even more of this remote control enabled S Pen. But it has little innovations except the S Pen when compare to Note 8. And it indeed has a pricy tag starting at $889.97 with 128G storage. So if you already have a Note 8, there is no need to update.
Top3: Oneplus 6T
Oneplus is one of the most affordable brands which come with impressive features. The OnePlus 6T adopts USB-C port, dual rear cameras and the newest snapdragon 845. It features the new innovations those high-tech phones have but only costs about $600—hundreds less than some of the big names like Apple and Huawei. Moreover, it supports dash charging and has a higher battery capacity. It is the best-in-value product.
Top 4: Google Pixel 3
The Google “Pixel” series are famous for its camera. Although the Pixel 3 still sticks with a traditional single rear camera, combined with its premium software, it works perfect. We usually think that two is better than one, however, in this case, one len is much easier to use than two. Also with the popular and practical features like water-resistance and wireless charging, Pixel 3 is within top 5 of USB-C phones of this year.
Top 5: LG V40 ThinQ
LG phones are not as famous as Apple and Samsung, but its V40 Think Q stands out for its innovation of 5 lens—three on the back and two on the front. It claimed to take better photos than iPhone XS and Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Especially, if you are interested in wide-angle photos, V40 ThinkQ should be your choice. In regard of design, it has no notch and still keeps the headphone jack. With a price around $849, the 6.4-inch V40 ThinkQ is worth buying among big-screen phones.
The upgrading of smartphones nowadays depends more or less on consumers’ preference of brands. What will be your next phone? Please feel free to comment below.