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Best smart phones 2022

 iOS 13 Pro, the iPhone

The apple 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max are the two greatest smartphones you should consider if you're an Apple lover. We've merged these two phones into one entry because their only distinction is screen size. These iPhones may not quite measure up to the best Android smartphones, but for iOS fans, they are the best devices with the iOS operating system.


The iPhone 13 Pro smartphones are the finest and most potent iPhones ever made, which is why they are placed on the top of the list. They have a more powerful A15 Bionic CPU than the iPhone 12 Pro phones, and we found them to be really quick to operate whether we were simply swiping through menus or playing a lot of games.



The iPhone 13 Pro has a 6.1-inch display with 1170 x 2532 resolution, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a 6.7-inch display with 1284 x 2778 resolution. Both feature a 120Hz dynamic refresh rate and look terrific, though they aren't nearly as crisp as some phones.


Battery life:

We discovered that both phones could go one day without a charge, which is about the maximum you can hope for from a strong flagship device. Battery life is comparable across the Pro and Pro Max despite the Pro's smaller 6.1-inch screen and the Pro Max's larger 6.7-inch screen due to the Max's larger battery.



Each of these Pro phones has a primary, ultrawide, and telephoto (or zoom) camera on its back. Here, you may enjoy the standard iPhone camera functionality, including its excellent night mode, video modes, and selfie techniques.



Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra:

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is as stylish as it is powerful. Its screen is gorgeous, it has a a powerful of processor, and the list goes on. You might wish to continue reading this list for one or two reasons: Depending on what you're looking for, the Galaxy may receive a red "X" for its sluggish charging, size, and expense. However, for the majority of users, the device is the greatest smartphone to take into consideration due to its overall strength.

Reasons why it's the 2nd best phone overall: The Galaxy S22 Ultra is our top pick because it excels in all areas, unlike many phones that just offer one good feature. You'll love the gadget whether you're a serious gamer or a photographer. For those who like to take notes and draw, the phone also has a S Pen pen. Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra performed exceptionally well in our benchmark tests, ranking among the top few devices in our rankings, making it ideal for intense tasks like video editing or gaming.



The 6.8-inch screen on the S22 Ultra has a resolution of 1440 x 3088 (for 500 pixels per inch), a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and a very high peak brightness of 1,750 nits, making visible even in strong sunlight outside. This display has a variable refresh rate, allowing it to dip to 1Hz to save battery life when a high refresh rate isn't required.


Battery life:

The battery lasts for around a day, which is remarkable given how other high-end phones have poor battery lifetimes, provided you're using it normally and not for non-stop video recording or something equally taxing.



adaptability makes it a valuable tool. If you wish to go near to your subject, you may use the 10x optical and 100x digital zoom limitations to create stunning ultrawide photos. There are also a tonne of helpful settings, such as Portrait mode, which captures individuals in beautiful light, and Single Take, which employs AI to select the finest image from a group of images.




Realme GT 2:

Consider the Realme GT 2 if your budget can't support any of the other, more expensive smartphones on this list. It costs half as much as most of the other gadgets on our list, and in some cases even less, yet it has remarkable features. Due to its low price, this phone has certain flaws. For example, the software is fairly flaky, and there is no telephoto lens for zoom photos. But for what you're paying, this is a great deal.


Why it's ranked third: From a strictly technical standpoint, there are many better smartphones than the Realme GT 2, however when you take price and value into account, this achieves an excellent balance, providing respectable features at an incredibly cheap price.



The Realme GT 2 sports has an amazing 6.6-inch FHD OLED screen having a 120Hz refresh rate. In our evaluation, we discovered that while it occasionally presented photographs inaccurately, it usually exhibited decent colour and offered a number of display options to select from.


Battery life:

The battery is a sizable 5,000mAh and charges really quickly. It will really outperform Apple or Samsung handsets elsewhere on the list. In our tests, we discovered that it took less than 45 minutes to charge from empty to full.



The phone includes a 50MP primary camera that excels at capturing photographs in low light and with vibrant colours. In fact, the Sony sensor in use here outperforms a number of the other 50MP cameras in the phones mentioned above for capturing nighttime photos, and we enjoyed using it to take images in the dark.





OnePlus 10 Pro:

The OnePlus 10 Pro is a fantastic Android option if you don't want a Galaxy smartphone, which is why it is placed fourth. It features an excellent screen, a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU, and quick charging. However, the cameras fall short of those on the finest smartphones.



This device sports a gorgeous 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which may go as low as 1 Hz when a quick refresh is not required. It is large, brilliant, and lovely, and it also supports HDR10+.


Battery life:

The OnePlus 10 Pro boasts a sizable 5,000mAh battery with a middle-of-the-road life in our opinion. The charging speed is also quite quick at 80W (unless you reside in the US, when it is 65W).



There are three back cameras, each of which is rather versatile. A few camera modes were also developed in conjunction with Hasselblad, including XPan, which will appeal to fans of the original XPan camera. The OnePlus 10 Pro did somewhat lower than the Galaxy and iPhones above in our camera test. It is still a capable camera, but not excellent enough to merit a higher ranking than it now has.



Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro:

The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are, perhaps, the most intriguing smartphones the company has ever released. With a huge camera visor and a three-tone colour scheme, they both have unique designs that set them apart from other phones. On the inside, they are just as intriguing thanks to a Google Tensor processor that was created especially for these phones.


We will place Pixel 6 Pro in  fifth position. The regular Pixel 6 has a few less bells and whistles, it is similarly temptingly priced, and both devices run Android 12 with Google's intended software changes. They, therefore, serve as a fantastic example of Android, but we are unable to place them in the top three due to their average battery life when compared to mobiles ranked higher. The phones are also somewhat less powerful than their competitors due to Google's own excellent but not outstanding processor, but this weakness will only be felt by a small number of power-hungry consumers, so we won't be too harsh.



The ordinary Pixel 6 is a step down at 6.4 inches, FHD screen with a 90Hz refresh rate, but it still produces brilliant graphics. The Pixel 6 Pro features a gorgeous 6.7-inch QHD+ resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate.


Battery life:

The battery life of these phones is just better enough. Choosing any, the 4,614mAh Pixel 6 or the 5,003mAh Pixel 6 Pro, the battery life on both phones is just average. Both have a modest 30W charging pace as their maximum output.



Both of these phones have excellent cameras, with a 50MP primary camera and a 12MP ultra-wide camera. in the case of the Pixel 6 Pro, a 48MP telephoto camera having 4x zoom is also available.

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