Forget about iPhone 11 from Apple, this is my 2019 smartphone welcome to the mobileentropy.com I hope this news will be helpful and informative to you.
Apart from the sale of the iPhone 11 from Apple, you should not purchase it like hotcakes. The same is true of the Galaxy S10 of Samsung, Note 10, the OnePlus 7 T, and the furious Pixel 4 of Google. Why does this happen? And I think this is something special the best smartphone of 2019. And I might surprise you with my decision.
No smartphone stands out more than the iPhone 11 Pro for one simple reason: There is nothing other than this in one year dominated by innovation and complexity.
Apple’s 11 Pro range was one of the most rounded series of smartphones in the year. But whereas in the form of the Galaxy S10+, Note 10 +, Huawei Mate 30 Pro and OnePlus 7 T Pro, the iPhones 11 Pro Max have serious contenders, they are all matched by one thing: they are the size of Winnebago. In comparison, the iPhone 11 Pro provides the same ability in an almost desolate luxury sub-6-inch range of smartphones.
So do I say this is a victory because of lack of competition? No, not so. It’s a win, because the results are amazing. It was so spectacularly difficult for the rivalry to decrease the flagship specification into really single-handed products that most of them no longer seek (see, OnePlus, Huawei, Asus, LG, Sony etc.).
And they come with serious sacrifices from those who do. Galaxy S10e is a 5.8-inch Samsung phone, appliance, battery and biometry interface design design platform (which, former both of them, include the Galaxy S10 6.1 inch and the previous two applies to the iPhone 11). In the meantime, the 5.7-inch Google Pixel 4 is a hot mess of debatable choices, including shambolic battery life.
The flagships are HARD to download. Both the iPhone X & iPhone XS struggled in 2017 and 2018, and their cameras fell behind competitor expectations. Apple itself failed in both 2017 and 2018. Only the first pixel, the iPhone 4 of Google and the early Xperia Compact of Sony (where flagship specifications still existed) were capable of meeting the bill.
So, though I admires the iPhone 11 Pro Max for its high-end design, high-performance camera(s), class-leading biometrics, sleek apps with swift updates (iOS 13 issues aside) and great battery life, as well as its Galaxy S10, Note 10 +, OnePlus 7T/7 T Pro and Huawei Mate 30 Pro with a great deal of versatility to nail them.
As such, only one phone has shrunk all these qualities effectively on the market. Yes, it’s expensive but as an example of what still can be achieved with a lightweight chassis, it is alone. My 2019 handset, ladies and gentlemen, is the iPhone 11 Pro.