3 Top Rated Smartphones in the Market for 2018

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Latest Smartphone Rankings – 3 Top Rated Smartphones in the Market

 

It’s been a month since iPhone X came to life,and today it gets itself in the list of top rated smartphones in the latest smartphone rankings.From the very first day of its creation, it started giving the Samsung’s S8 and S8 plus, an incredibly tough time. That’s not an easy feat. However, it failed in getting the title of “the best smartphone in the world 2017”. If you want to know why, then read on.

After spending hours and taking into account several factors like specs, power, design, and primarily, the cost of each handset, we have come up with this list of smartphone comparison 2017. For the time being, this list features only three top rated smartphones, but you can check out the complete list of top 10 smartphones 2017 with the latest smartphone rankings at our official website, TechnoScans.

 

Samsung Galaxy S8 Smartphone

Unbelievably amazing camera, stunning design, and excellent screen that makes other smartphones look antiqued, is what makes the Samsung’s S8, the best smartphone overall. In fact, it is the best phone out right now that one should buy.

With Android 7 and Exynos8895, Samsung Galaxy S8runs blazingly fast, and makes multitasking a breeze. Thanks to its 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory, you won’t ever feel a lag.It used to cost a lot when it came in market, but since then its price dropped a bit. Consequently, the premium specifications that come with Samsung S8look much more impressive.

The only downside isthe bad positioning of the fingerprint scanner. Moreover, the iris / facial recognition on S8 falls behind compared to Apple’s Face ID. But it is nothing compared to the features it provides.

Simply put, Samsung Galaxy S8 is the mostcomplete smartphone package and is worthy of the title of “the best phone in the world 2017”. Read the complete review here.

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Samsung Galaxy Smartphone S8 Plus

No, don’t get us wrong! Samsung didn’t pay us anything to write good for their products. In fact, it is just the swag of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus that got them in the first and second position in this list.

There is nothing much different between Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus, other than the size of the screen and the battery power. Both of the phones feature 12 MP rear camera, 8 MP front camera, 4 GB Ram and 64 GB storage.

Just like its smaller sibling, the main thing that impresses the users of Samsung Galaxy S8 Plusis the quality of the screen, as dubbed by Samsung as “Infinity Display”. The battery life, power, camera combination is top-class.

However, the only reason because of which it is stuck on the second place is the huge cost, and it shares the biometric flaws with its S8 version.

In short, Samsung Galaxy S8 plus is the best phone for those who are looking for big screen, fast performance, and extreme quality camera. You can read the complete review of Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, here at Techno-scans.

 

iPhone X

It’s been a long time, since Apple made changes to its mainstream smartphone series. iPhone X (“X” as in “10”)shows something new, i.e., a new design, a new set of great features, and all new operating system.

iPhone X is dubbed as the most luxurious and impressive smartphone, ever released by Apple, but it is highly expensive, too. But Apple did its best to justify the cost with an amazing camera, and perfectly-tuned screen.

If you are a fan of home button on iPhones, then we’re sorry to say that you will have to struggle with iPhone X. The lack of bezel and loss of home button led to the redesign of iOS 11, and might need to struggle with this transition for a few days.

If you are looking for a high-end phone, then iPhone X is the one you should go for. If you are still not sure, then you can read its complete review.

 

No matter how you put it, Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and iPhone X will always be able to find their way in the list of top rated smartphones. But obviously with the advancements in technologies, new smartphones might also replace them in the latest smartphone rankings.

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