As much as its a good news when the leading technological industries decide to launch their latest piece of engineering genius into the markets, its never less of a hassle to decide which one to pick when there's a lot of things to choose from. Lets take a quick look at what we need to see from amongst the candidates at present, the Iphone X, Samsung Galaxy S9, and the Google Pixel 2.
It's been a complete transformation in the design of the phone at the 10th anniversary of the Apple iPhones, and as much as it been a makeover in the user experience, it's also been a difficult one to adapt into. The new iPhone X has no home button which is the first no-no for every iPhone user who have been using the older versions of iPhones and have been habituated by the easy-going interface that the phone used to provide. The latest version needs a face recognition to unlock the device and as much as its a jump into a new technological era, it's also a bit of a nuisance for some, due to the greater time taken for unlocking. Even though all the other latest features are updated, including camera and audio features, the difficulty in usability has made users doubt its perfection.
Samsung Galaxy S9
The latest Galaxy phone has a remarkable change in the placement of the fingerprint scanner, which has now been placed beneath the rear camera, making it better than the previous designs. The screen is almost bezel-less with still some of the curvature remaining, distinguishing Samsung from others like always. Like all the previous Samsung phones this phone also presents the amicable camera settings and quality setting it aside in comparison with the other brands, despite the disappointment of the absence of the secondary camera sensor which has been placed in the S9+ only. The audio quality has also been quite perfected than before. Although it still struggles with the average battery lifespan and a few glitches in the Samsung software interface, it's quite a handful.
Google Pixel 2
Google's latest update in hardware in the Google Pixel 2 has brought out a feeling of holding quite a light-weight object in hand, as the entire phone has a coating of a material.that covers all the aluminium, giving it this strange feeling, which is also advantageous in terms of handling. The phone contains a remarkable well Bluetooth compatibility, fixing the glitches of the past, it has an astounding picture quality as well keeping pace with that of iPhone and Samsung. But then it has a few downfalls to consider, the phone doesn't include an earphone jack, and it can't be charged wireless due to the difference in the exterior material. But it is now giving a lot of companies a run for updates since the update of Android Oreo 8.0.
As all the phones have arrived with similar price tags, now its time to be smart and pick your choice.