Samsung has packed its most advanced camera ever into this flagship phone: a quad-lens stack that includes a 108-megapixel main sensor and a 10x lossless zoom shooter that can go all the way up to an unprecedented 100x digital power. From the price and that screen to the megapixels, just about everything is supersized about the Galaxy S20 Ultra. That should make it one of the best phones money can buy.
The Huawei P40 Pro is looking to deliver a superb mobile photography experience. With four lenses and a dash of AI, the P40 Pro is capable of taking stunning daytime and low-light photos. It's also a good looking handset, with curved glass on all four sides and a premium finish.
The 6.7-inch Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is an Android phone that has almost everything in the top-line 6.9-inch Galaxy S20 Ultra model, Buyers get a quartet of lenses on the Galaxy S20 Plus, headlined by a 64-MP telephoto with 3x lossless zoom. Unlike the regular Galaxy S20, the S20 Plus also boasts full support for 5G — every 5G network, no matter which carrier you're on — a Snapdragon 865 processor with a whopping 12GB of RAM and a 120-Hz, quad-HD AMOLED display.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 is the Android flagship for people who actually like smaller phones. Thanks to its 6.2-inch display, the S20 is easy to use with one hand, and yet this compact device packs quite a punch.
At 148.9 x 71.1 x 8.5mm the Huawei P40 is a touch shorter than the Galaxy S20, which measures 151.7mm tall. That said, it's thicker, owing to a pronounced camera bump, housing that huge 50MP sensor. There's also a 3x zoom telephoto module, giving it the same zoom as the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
If the Samsung Galaxy S10 was a bit pricey for you, the phone maker has an alternative: The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, a trimmed-down version with a few surprising extras that justify releasing another 'affordable flagship'.
Samsung’s Note 10 Lite is the true flagship killer from Samsung. Between the large AMOLED display, S Pen, headphone jack, Samsung Pay, and most importantly, Note branding, this phone is designed for everyone who wants a flagship Samsung phone without the premium price tag.
On the surface, the Oppo Reno 3 looks a lot like your modern flagship phone, with a shiny, eye-catching design, a four-camera array on the back, and a notch on the front. But it isn't priced like a flagship.
With the Galaxy A71, Samsung has created a good mid-range smartphone with all the virtues of its predecessor but with a few extras thrown in. The A71 has broader LTE coverage than the Galaxy A70 does, for instance, and it has an additional rear-facing camera. Its main rear-facing camera is a 64 MP sensor too, an upgrade over the 32 MP sensor that was included in the Galaxy A70. Like its predecessor, the A71 only takes good shots in daylight conditions.
If you're after a smartphone with a big screen, big battery and plenty of photography features, but don't want to break the bank, the Samsung Galaxy A51 could well be the phone for you.
|Product Name||Lowest Price||Rating|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra||Rs. 222,599||5 / 5|
|Huawei P40 Pro||Rs. 157,600||4 / 5|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus||Rs. 182,299||5 / 5|
|Samsung Galaxy S20||Rs. 164,699||0 / 5|
|Huawei P40||Rs. 155,999||4 / 5|
|Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite||Rs. 108,599||4 / 5|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite||Rs. 95,300||4 / 5|
|Oppo Reno 3 Pro||Rs. 61,800||5 / 5|
|Samsung Galaxy A71||Rs. 66,100||5 / 5|
|Samsung Galaxy A51||Rs. 51,100||5 / 5|