Smartphones

Best Smartphones of 2018

We list the best smartphones as chosen by critics from TechRadar, The Verge, PCMag, among others. All smartphones featured on our website have a minimum 4 out of 5-star customer rating.
A smartphone is a necessary gadget that everyone must have, more so in this age of Instagram, WhatsApp, Instant Messenger, and all other social media platforms.
With all things have gone mobile, starting from payments, online transactions, access to news and media, shopping, hailing a cab, even booking tickets, owning a good smartphone has become necessary more than ever before. Without an upgraded smartphone, one is left out and cut off from the rest of the work. Regardless of your occupation and profession, you need a smartphone to stay connected and remain abreast of the latest developments around the world.
To enable you to upgrade to and purchase the latest smartphone, we have prepared a list of some of the latest and best-in-class smartphones that come with a host of features such as instant messaging, email, social media apps and other important everyday applications.
Our smartphone section has all the latest releases of the best smartphones and features leading brands such as Apple, Google Pixel, BlackBerry, Samsung, LG, Sony Xperia, among others. You also get to choose from the wide array of smartphones to best serve the purpose you are purchasing one for be it for faster texting and messaging, playing music, better display, taking the great quality of photographs and videos, just to name a few.
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4.3 Google Pixel 2

Google Pixel 2

Pocket Lint

“Perhaps the first time in years that Google’s pure line of phones had no compromises. Great screens, great build, amazing cameras, good battery life and pure Android in one proper flagship package. This year, it’s a similar story, although there’s not a huge amount of improvement.”

$758
4.6 Apple iPhone X

Apple iPhone X

Mashable

“Yes, the iPhone X is expensive and it removes a beloved feature, but it innovates in key ways. It’s still the iPhone you want. The iPhone X changes the iPhone experience, but for the most part those changes are for the better.”

$1129
4.5 Apple iPhone 8

Apple iPhone 8

PhoneArena

“In a lot respects, the iPhone 8 should feel like a slam dunk: it takes the already winning formula of the iPhone 7, delivers a handful of solid upgrades, and even implements some all-new features. And if we’re looking at the phone on its own, it’s hard to argue that it’s not pretty successful.”

$609
4.0 BlackBerry KEY2

BlackBerry KEY2

Gizmodo

“While the era of the tactile smartphone keyboard is clearly over, the Key2 makes a great case for why it’s too soon for that feature to completely disappear. If touchscreens have left your frustrated, TCL has provided an able solution.”

$650
4.5 Google Pixel 2 XL

Google Pixel 2 XL

Engadget

“Long story short, the XL is the bigger, more attractive version of the Pixel 2. Just about everything I loved about Google’s new small phone applies here too, but the XL has a few distinct advantages — its battery life is much better, and Android Oreo shines on its bigger screen.”

$833
4.2 LG G7+ ThinQ

LG G7+ ThinQ

CNET

“Equipped with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845 chipset, the G7 is speedy and smooth so far. Besides the shutter, the aforementioned AI camera works effortlessly and scrolling through web pages, watching videos and launching apps all went off without a hitch.”

$799