With the growing demand for internet connectivity, both operators and cell phone manufacturers are left to keep up to the rates requested by the new generation of mobile phone users in terms of online gaming, music , videos & other other data intensive services.
India may see a number of device deals in the area of 5 G powered cell phones becoming one of the most searched after market.
Many of the phones launched in 2020 have been 5 G compliant, varying from top-end smartphones to cheaper models, and we will also consider the iPhone 12 to be the first 5 G smartphone as it releases at year-end.
Here is the list of Best 5G Smartphone Available Online In India:
Samsung Galaxy S20 / S20 Plus
I was very skeptical of Samsung ‘s recent course in design. Now the famous waterfall show is inverted and a triangular circle has morphed into the video frame.
The aesthetics of the S20 aren’t going to satisfy everybody but I can’t claim any of my reservations refer to the regular Samsung Galaxy S20’s more lightweight form factor.
The smaller Galaxy S20 is suitable just as long as the basics go. It’s compact but solid, with a traditional mix of glass and metal parts, and in turn handles even smoother without the angled waterfall panel.
The slippery nature of the glass back isn’t an issue when wrapping your hand around the whole system is simple. Using for one side is effortless.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is one of the best-rounded smartphones I’ve ever been using in years. It has powerful sensors that compare with the best customized applications, and a monitor that is so fantastic that it can destroy many displays of smartphones.
OnePlus 8 Pro
The OnePlus 8 Pro eventually gets waterproofing and wireless charging approved by IP, although the company has stubbornly overlooked such developments for years.
To followers of OnePlus it is like a dream come true. Certain product upgrades are a given, but we eventually get a OnePlus flagship handset, completely clear of sacrifices by incorporating these two functions.
The OnePlus 8 Pro is now classified as IP68 for resistance to dust and water and there is easy wireless charging up to 30W.
You can also get new camera sensors, a stronger battery, a more powerful processor and a higher monitor with refresh rate. This is a fairly major improvement right there compared with the OnePlus 7 T Pro (Review).
The display is vivid, colorful and bright. Nor did I really note the ‘black crush’ problem that some have supposedly encountered.
Like with the OnePlus 8, the 8 Pro also has a selfie camera cutout in the upper left corner. I didn’t consider it distracting and when used in landscape mode, most apps appear to block out the field.
Oppo Find X2 Pro
The Oppo Find X2 Pro is simply Oppo ‘s latest flagship, and looks like the original. It is well crafted and fitting to current trends. The Find X2 Pro has a wide panel with angled sides much like the Oppo Find X unter 64,990 (Review). The monitor spans 6.7-inches and has slim bezels all over, making it a screen-to – body ratio of 93.1 per cent. Also it uses Corning Gorilla Glass 6 that should be able to stand tough conditions.
This time, there’s no hydraulic sliding panel and the camera features a small hole-punch for the selfie shooter of 32 megapixels. While I’m happy I won’t have to think about being jammed or hurt by a moving panel, this handset isn’t special like its predecessor.
And how the angled panel approaches the device’s slim metallic shell. The phone even feels good. The control and volume controls on each hand are placed toward the middle allowing them simple to touch. I felt the Oppo Find X2 Pro was a tad strong at 217 g. Oppo used ceramic for this device’s back panel which gives it a special feel in the pocket.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
The most popular hardware element in Note 20 Ultra is the promontory. On the rear, it has this huge, mesa-like frame hump that holds the three sensors, a laser focus sensor, and the light.
It’s not only that it’s enormous, it’s because it juts right out of what’s basically a huge, empty phone expanse. Aside from the camera bounce, I don’t think anybody designs any better handset hardware right now than Samsung.
This means it has a large frame, sure, but it also means it has squared-off corners, small bezels, and is front-to-back symmetric. Samsung’s got a modern, matted coating on the back instead of shiny.
This masks fingerprints, but it renders the handset (counter-intuitively) a bit slipperier. This year, Samsung is emphasizing the bronze hue, and with good reason: it’s beautiful.
There’s not much excitement here with Note 20 Ultra when it comes to its specs or results. Basically the monitor is outstanding. Of course it’s wide so all the small technological specifics are spot-on.
The color quality, viewing angles, and lighting are all superb; in warm , clear sunshine, I had no trouble using it outdoors.
Motorola Edge Plus
The Motorola Edge Plus is Motorola’s first phone created in years to contend with leading flagship phones and it is an outstanding smartphone.
The Edge Plus is an amazing handset, with three rear cameras and a waterfall monitor. This is just disappointing because it is Verizon’s only network, which limits its reach to anyone who can only sign up for the US company.
Although the Edge Plus is pricey for a Motorola handset, costing as much as a Samsung Galaxy S20 baseline (at least in the US), it stays pace with its rivals in almost every segment – and delivers a few exclusive upgrades to start from.
Motorola veterans would particularly enjoy the classic Android skin of the company, which has been faithfully converted into the latest handset, along with the standard Moto Actions: it’s pleasant to be able to open the camera app with a fast double wrist twist and take advantage of the triple rear camera, especially the gigantic 108MP main shot, although its 16MP ultra-wide camera and 3x telephoto are not accessible.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
Actually the Galaxy S20 range is the strongest Samsung has on sale. As heirs to the Galaxy S10 range, Samsung has announced the Galaxy S20 model, a major move in the branding strategy.
Of course, these phones are more powerful, and run the new Samsung tech. The series’ focus is the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
If the Avenger was the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 97,999, that will be the Hulk in the Iron Man suit of the Hulkbuster. This smartphone is that, and filled with almost all Samsung has to sell.
The scale allows Samsung ample real estate to pack it all in, it may not be appealing to everyone. The panel of the Galaxy S20 Ultra spans 6.9 inches, and weighs 220 g.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra features a well-positioned, ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. It’s better than the one on the Galaxy S10 + al 55,999 (Review), a smart choice because it decreases the risk of flipping over the handset while trying to activate. The power button is easy to touch but over the volume keys we can not claim the same.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus
For several years now Samsung has run two sets of flagship products in parallel. The Samsung Galaxy S smartphone series are powerful and fairly small, whereas the Galaxy Note series was originally aimed at consumers who specifically want a multitasking computer for work.
The new series of Galaxy Note smartphones, named Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 PLus, has recently been introduced.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 + sports a revised style and a Infinity-O panel. This is Samsung’s term for a front-facing camera panel which has a door.
The concept is close to what we see on the Galaxy S10 sequence, except although those versions have camera holes in one corner, it’s right in the middle at the top of the display on the Galaxy Note 10 +.
Samsung also introduced additional features in the form of Air Actions to the S Pen, which operate in certain approved applications.
While using the S Pen as a remote shutter button to the camera is useful, the other movements sound a little gimmicky. The Galaxy Note 10 + still provides decent battery life and the bundled fast charger is a boon
The OnePlus 8 is the OnePlus 7 (Review) metaphysical counterpart, which will potentially succeed the OnePlus 7 T. The key new features contrasted with the 7 T are 5 G connectivity and a modern-ish interface.
The OnePlus 8 sports the Snapdragon 865 processor that offers improved output and quality compared to the variant of last year.
The show also has a cutout hole-punch, in the upper left corner. OnePlus says farewell to the notch and I think it is for the better.
The hole-puch is not the smallest that I have seen but it offers a new look to the OnePlus 8. As I described in my first impressions, despite its display size the OnePlus 8 is remarkably comfortable to carry.
Due to curved-edge front and back glass sandwiching the metal frame, construction quality is outstanding as one might anticipate.
The buttons are easy to touch and as always, the alarm slider is convenient. On the bottom lines are the USB Type-C slot, SIM tray, and central screen.
Sony Xperia 1 II
The $1,200 Xperia 1 ii is a ton of things but it is not a crowd-pleaser. In reality it draws its appeal from how small it is. It has a panel targeted for film enthusiasts. His cameras are meant for movie and video enthusiasts.
And, luckily, in all other areas, it’s more than solid that counts, such as efficiency, battery life and overall quality of applications.
The Xperia 1 ii is very similar to last year’s Xperia 1, but it is extremely big, like a glass remote control where all those buttons should be.
Sony ‘s dedication to this style always ensures that she has chosen another somewhat unconventional panel — so I use the term “outlandish” as affectionately as I might.
Many handset makers don’t owe the audio a darn but not Sony. The front-firing stereo speakers of the Xperia 1 ii are a delight that brings an almost tangible feeling of “presence” to rising scores and jolting sound effects.
The Xperia 1 ii even better has a regular headphone jack up at the edges. Sony has even sought to add a “Dynamic Vibration” feature to its audio chops
Xiaomi Mi 10
Xiaomi’s Mi 10 is a fantastic phone with a strong luxury build, a stunning 90Hz screen and a nippy chipset.
That said, the value for money doesn’t knock it out of the park, with similarly priced phones like the OnePlus 8 Pro and the Huawei P40 leading from a camera perspective, and Realme and Oppo delivering a more friendly user experience at a comparable price.
Having said that, the configuration is also controversial at times. For starters, it also doesn’t give you the choice to enable an app tray, and its virus scanning function prevents everything you do anytime an device installs, rendering the interfaces seen on phones like OnePlus more polished.
Even the camera of the Xiaomi Mi 10 isn’t as good as it should be, despite the selling price of £799 / AU$1,699 (about $990).
The key 108MP sensor is a good performer-on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and the Xiaomi Mi Note 10, we have seen it do amazing stuff.
Realme x50 pro
Realme has developed its brand design in a fairly small span of time, and the X50 Pro looks more like previous versions from the business. This phone is much more blocked than other Realme versions but still looks new.
The front and back are also made of Corning Gorilla Glass, and a dual-camera cutout in the upper left corner breaks the frame rather than a circle.
As for the back, Realme has opted with muted flat colors and this high-end handset has no gradients or patterns, while the glass tends to have some texture and the color changes a bit as you turn the phone in your pocket.
You get just a preference between Rust Red and Moss Green, so there’s no sober alternative at all. Although the appearance of the rear glass tends to be frosty, in reality it is rather smooth.
The phone frame is constructed from aluminum, and the general nature of the design is quite strong. The Realme X50 Pro 5 G looks like a fairly high-end phone; in the same price range, at least on par with current OnePlus offers.
During a rather opportune moment, the OnePlus Nord has entered the market. Regardless of the recent global economic downturn triggered by the pandemic, I get the impression that customers are more vigilant when splurging on a new gadget.
Budget or mid-range phones providing certain flagship-level apps are really the hour’s need. T he OnePlus Nord is the only 5G-ready handset that’s affordably priced at the time of this article.
Some aspects of the design of OnePlus Nord have some similarities with Oppo and Realme phones, and I’m not surprised, considering that they are all part of the same family.
As a modern OnePlus phone, it is still recognizable as it has the alert slider, a similar layout for buttons and ports, and no headphone jack.
OnePlus smartphones are known for their AMOLED displays and I’m pleased to see that the lower-priced OnePlus Nord hasn’t compromised this.
The sides of the panel aren’t angled as on the OnePlus 8, but instead of one, there is a cutout for two selfie cameras. The screen is 6.44 inches long, and has full HD+ resolution.
The latest 5 G phones aim to build on the excitement we learned about 5 G even before the revolutionary networking system was even introduced.
For each big operator introducing 5 G in some way, the emphasis is now on 5G-capable handsets, and if it is worth making sure that the next device will link to the latest networking system.
And the range of excellent 5 G phones can only expand and we’ll keep this page posted periodically when new 5 G handsets are launched across 2020 and beyond.