Best Samsung phones of 2020

In their rivalry against Apple, Samsung have been growing more and more resourceful. They have seemingly surpassed their competitor, if not in quality, then surely in terms of price. Some of their phones have turned out better than others, and some, like the S10+ are so powerful, that they actually have no analogues in the world.

So, how do you pick which Samsung works best for you? Which features do you actually need, and which are unnecessary? We have put together a list of the five best Samsung phones ever, and hopefully after reading it you will decide upon a phone that befits you best. Even if you do not choose one of these five, you will be more educated in making a choice.

Place#
Product
Editors’ Rating
Editors’ Opinion
Waterproof
#1
Samsung Galaxy S10+ Plus
9.7
/
10
Editors’ Pick
#2
Samsung Galaxy S9
9.5
/
10
Customers' Choice
#3
Samsung Galaxy A50
9.3
/
10
Best Budget
#4
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
9.1
/
10
Best Flagship
#5
Samsung Galaxy A70
8.8
/
10
Most Popular
Samsung Galaxy S10+ Plus
#1
Editors’ Pick
Editors’ Rating:
9.7
/
10

Screen: 6.4 inch AMOLED; Core: Exynos: 9820 or SD855; Accumulator: 4100 mAh; Camera: 12+12+16 MP; Front camera: 10+8 MP;

This is, without question, the best phone from Samsung. It shows many great specs, even though they come at a huge price too.

Pros:

  • Great battery life
  • Quality if most pictures and video
  • The design stands out as one of the sturdiest and most reliable.

Cons:

  • The selfie camera takes worse pictures at night

Screen: This is the first Samsung with a Dynamic AMOLAED screen. It gives out a resolution of 1440x3040. There is a small cutout in the screen for a selfie camera. The screen is noted as being the brightest among all smartphones.

Core: The processor can be either Exynos or Snapdragon. The difference between them is very small, and both can be seen as best of the best. There is no game or program they can’t handle.

Battery: With a capacity of 4100 mAh the battery can keep the big screen going for a long while. You can have up to 12 hours of web browsing and more than 14 for video watching.

Cameras:  The back cameras are not just powerful, but also have a wide angle. They cover 123 degrees, more than the best cameras of other phones. The rear has two lenses and one telephoto. The front cameras can shoot 4K video and are capable of 10 and 8 MP images.

As many have already said, this might be the best smartphone in existence for today. However like all things it comes with its own price, which for some will turn out to be unaffordable.

Samsung Galaxy S9
#2
Customers' Choice
Editors’ Rating:
9.5
/
10

Screen: 5.8 inch Super AMOLED; Core: Exynos 9810 or Snapdragon 845; Accumulator: 3000 mAh; Camera: 12 MP; Front camera: 8 MP;

This phone is designed in the trademark Samsung shape, with a beautiful glass outside. The chip is very quick, the cameras make good pics both at night and in the daytime and the battery lasts awhile

Pros:

  • Waterproof
  • Great screen
  • Very well performing chip

Cons:

  • Charges slowly
  • Overused design

Screen: The curved screen with a diagonal of 5.8 inches uses AMOLED with Diamond Pentile, so it can fit 1440p on this small screen. Therefore you have a rather small screen with huge resolution.

Core: The well- performing chip is not just fast, but also very efficient in using the battery’s energy. The Silver and Gold Kryos work together to create an efficient and quick system. The CPU is bonded with an Adreno 630 GPU, which is 30 percent quicker than the previous generation.

Accumulator: The mediocre battery gives almost exactly 10 hours of web browsing or 15 hours of watching video uninterruptedly. The battery is applicable for quick charging and charges fully in 100 minutes.

Camera: There is a single 12 MP sensor at the rear, which does great, even though it is alone. And its exceptional quality is seen even better in the dark. Front camera is a 8 MP sensor with automatic HDR.

Second place after S10. May the single cameras not confuse you – they make photos far better than most others and the night pictures are simply exceptional. Overall a great phone.

Samsung Galaxy A50
#3
Best Budget
Editors’ Rating:
9.3
/
10

Screen: 6.4 inch AMOLED; Core: Exynos 9610; Accumulator: 4000mAh; Camera: 25+8+5 MP; Front camera: 25MP with HDR;

Pros:

  • Great for gaming
  • Nice-looking outside cover
  • Good camera performance when there is enough light

Cons:

  • Unsatisfactory photos at night
  • Not waterproof

Screen: This smartphone has a resolution of 2,340 x 1,080. Its brightness clocks at 550 nits when its sensor is exposed to light, so it is among the brightest.

Accumulator: The battery allows for 12 hours of uninterrupted work with the Internet. Also it is possible to watch 15 hours of video without interruption on a single charge.

Core: The powerful processor is still not as powerful as SD 855 or other flagship processors, but in its price range it has no rivals. This phone is great for gaming in particular, because its processor is assisted by a GPU with three cores – the Mali-G72. Ships with either 4 or 6 GB of RAM, which is also a good amount for games.

Cameras: The triple camera on the back consists of a 25MP sensor aided by 8 and 5 MP sensors. The 8 MP is an ultra-wide sensor, and the 5 is for depth measuring. On the other side is a 25 MP sensor. All are good cameras in the day, but they could use some better night vision.

Overall a good mid-range phone. Even though its specs do not match those of flagship phones, it can still do almost anything. The cameras are almost as good as the flagship cameras.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
#4
Best Flagship
Editors’ Rating:
9.1
/
10

Screen: 6.8 inch AMOLED; Core: Exynos 9825 or SD855; Accumulator: 4300 mAh; Camera: 12+12+16MP + TOF; Front camera: 10MP

Pros:

  • S-Pen
  • Bright screen
  • 256 GB of memory

Cons:

  • No 3.5 mm port
  • Needs better Night Mode

Screen: The AMOLED screen has an unusually big diagonal – 6.8 inches – and a great resolution 1440 x 3040. The display allows for watching content with HDR10+. The brightness of the screen actually outpaced S10+.

Core: As all leading models this phone sports either the best Exynos or Snapdragon in existence - Exynos 9825 or SD 855. Needless to say, there are no games or programs that can overload these powerful chips. Even though this phone is not explicitly geared for gaming, it does that just well.

Accumulator: It is a tradition for Notes to have good battery life, and 10 is no exception. The accumulator supports 12 hours of uninterrupted web browsing and 18 hours of video watching.

Cameras: There are three powerful sensors aided with a TOF at the rear. The front has a single 10 MP sensor that is very good in the day, but loses quality at night.

A powerful machine, made better by the inclusion of the S-Pen.

Samsung Galaxy A70
#5
Most Popular
Editors’ Rating:
8.8
/
10

Screen: 6.7 inch SuperAMOLED; Core: Snapdragon 675; Accumulator: 4500 mAh; Camera: 32+5+8 MP; Front camera: 32 MP

Pros:

  • Big, bright screen
  • Good battery volume
  • Quick processor and GPU

Cons:

  • No video stabilization
  • Camera makes worse pictures at night

Screen: as all A-series, this one has an AMOLED screen. It is only disturbed by a tiny notch for the camera.

Core: The Snapdragon 675 offers two powerful cores that put it ahead of most other processors. This chip is complemented by the Adreno 612 – a mediocre GPU, capable of improving the performance in most games.

Battery: The battery gives 13 hours of web browsing or 17 hours of video. However talking on this phone draws very little energy, and you can get up to 37 hours of dialogue out of it.

Cameras: The rear is equipped with a 32 MP sensor, aided by 8MP ultra-wide and 5 MP depth sensor. The 32 MP selfie camera gives excellent color and brightness. It is possible to record 4K video with any of the cameras.

The only real competition to this phone would be Xiaomi Mi Max 3, but it is getting old. Therefore, with its price the A70 has no real rivals. It is the absolute best phone for its money.

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