Last Updated: January 18, 2020.
Smartphones are available in India in every price range. However, for early adopters of technology, high-end phones with the latest specs are the only option. So, here are some of the top-notch and most trustworthy high-end phones:
Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max
1The starting price of this phone is around Rs.1.10 lakh (INR), depending on the capacity (64GB to 512 GB) and the colour. It is known for its triple camera system with a 12-megapixel Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto cameras. The camera also functions in night mode and portrait mode with 4k videos up to 60fps. It has a 12MP TrueDepth front camera.
The phone has a 6.5 inch Super Retina XDR OLED display and it is water and dust resistant. It also has an A13 Bionic chip with third-generation Neural Engine and a 4 GB ram.
It prevails one of the fewer phones made up of stainless steel, and it appears as high-end as any contemporary product from Apple was expected. It’s more enduring and tougher than the aluminium and you’ll find it such if compared with the previous models from the same series (including the iPhone 8 and 7). The back and front are encased in “enduring” glass, but what’s fresh here is the matte surface on the back. It’s phenomenal.
Well, the major gripe with the previous models was the battery-timing, and that somehow seems like fixed with this latest release. If you desire the most extended battery life and timing, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the choice to go with. It lasted approximately 12 hours on the web surfing experiment while the regular iPhone 11 Pro lasted an average for above 10 hours.
Further, Apple did put a lot of efforts into its triple-lens rear camera, according to a trio of 12MP lenses that shoot regular, portrait, telephoto, and brand new ultra-wide viewpoints.
It comes in Silver, Gold, Midnight Green, and Space Grey colours.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
2The starting price of this phone is around Rs.80,000 (INR) (could be lesser during sales) and can go up to around Rs.1 lakh. Some of the noteworthy Samsung S10 Plus features include an 8 GB RAM, 4100mAH lithium-ion battery capacity, a triple rear camera setup (16 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP) and dual front camera setup, an Android Pie v9.0 operating system and a Samsung Exynos 9820 processor. It comes in 128 GB, 512 GB, and 1 TB.
The phone’s back has a triple-lens camera that practices better and new ultra-wide photos mode. You can catch more of what was you could in past – without having involved with any intricate camera settings.
Well, this isn’t the most dependable camera phone if picture quality is your orientation, but unquestionably Samsung offers a pretty versatile and intelligent camera.
- The in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor serves well that let you hold your finger for a little on the screen instead of tapping.
- The S10 Plus’ 4,100 mAh battery lasts for minimum12 hours and 35 minutes on the web surfing and multimedia test, knocking every influential flagship smartphone released within the recent year.
- The front display views magnificent, but the two punch holes for the first cameras may prove a bit distracting. Nevertheless, you may hide them if you require.
It comes in a variety of colours including Ceramic White, White, Black, Ceramic Black, and Blue.
OnePlus 7T PRO
3The OnePlus 7T PRO costs Rs.53,999 (INR) and the McLaren Edition costs Rs.58,999 (INR). The phone comes with a triple rear camera (48 MP + 8 MP + 16 MP), 4K video at 30/60 fps, 1080P video at 30/60 fps, super slow motion, and in-built Fingerprint. The display is 6.67 inches with 90Hz fluid display capacity and a 4085mAH lithium-ion battery.
the OnePlus 7T Pro is one of the top flagships available today and it has one of the nicest screens on the market – high-resolution, more accelerated processing speed, notch-free, and 90Hz. The most convincing Android chip anywhere in the smartphone world.
This year OnePlus has remarkably stepped up its camera works, and they have sensibly put everything they’ve got in this 7T Pro. There is a triple camera on the back that gives a 48MP primary, 8MP tele (3x zoom), and a 13MP ultrawide shooter. The main and zoom snappers highlight OIS, while the ultrawide can now do macro photos, hence, in short, this smartphone obviously is a value for money.
You can choose between 8 GB RAM+ 256 GB Storage and 12 GB RAM+ 256 GB Storage. The operating system is Android v10 based on Oxygen OS operating system with 2.96GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus with AI Engine octa-core, 7nm processor, Adreno 640.
Each variant comes in 1 colour – OnePlus 7T PRO comes in Haze Blue and the McLaren Edition in Papaya Orange.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
4The starting price of this phone is Rs.80,000 (INR) (lesser if there’s a discount) based on capacity – 256 GB or 512 GB. This is the only phone on the list with a Quad Rear Camera – (16 MP ultra-wide + 12 MP Dual Aperture – F 1.5/2.4 + 12 MP Telephoto + ToF DepthVision Camera) and a 10 MP front camera. This 6.8-inch phone is HDR10+ Certified and has a Dynamic AMOLED Infinity O Display. It comes with a 4300mAH lithium-ion battery, v9.0 operating system, and 2.7GHz Exynos 9825 octa-core processor.
You can buy it in a variety of colours including White, Black, Blue, Aura Glow, and Aura White. The Galaxy Note 10 delivers the most high-grade of Samsung’s Note line in a compact frame that markets for the right price.
All in All
As you can see from this list, high-end mobile phones are quite expensive. So, if you need one but can’t yet afford it or want to test it before buying it, you could get consider getting a mobile on rent. You can get the phones on this list on rent starting from a little over Rs.3,000 per month. Some outlets even offer a free trial for a week.
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