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My Top 5 phones of 2023

My Top 5 phones of 2023

My Top 5 phones of 2023

The once 12 months have been busy with phone adverts

 , and I will now be looking back at the bias that impressed me the most. In the realm of cell phones, more than 500 new models were sent off, and I made some extreme memories picking my #1 five.


 Smartphone companies launch a lot of midrangers in an attempt to snare a part of the busiest request, but you will not find those on my list. I'm in my eighth time at GSMArena, further than ever, I believe in bias of no negotiations. The time 2023 was great if you wanted a flagship, making me as agitated as ever to try the coming stylish thing. 


 Then are my Top 5 phones launched in 2023, in no particular order. 

 Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 


 This time's Samsung flagship isn't that different from its precursor from 2022 – same size, same feeling, nearly the same cameras. What charmed me was the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and Samsung's bold decision to admit it's unfit to deliver top- league chipsets every time. There is also the 200 MP camera, which is not similar a big deal for me. 

 The S23 Ultra had big thrills to fill in after the emotional S22 Ultra. I loved that Samsung didn't fumble the ball – it simply upgraded minor stuff then and there, perfecting what was formerly a top- league device. 


 Yes, nothing big happed, but occasionally we need thickness and the knowledge that your phone's performance isn't falling piecemeal, unlike numerous other effects in life. 

 Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max 


 The iPhone 15 Pro Max proudly sits next to the Galaxy S23 Ultra as one of the stylish bias on the request. While some might be puzzled as to why I chose the Samsung phone, I misdoubt anyone is questioning my choice of the Apple phone. 


 I picked the stylish iPhone on the request because of its lighter body that still feels like a decoration phone. We do not need a smartphone to be extremely heavy; we need to see performance, and I love that Apple noway cuts corners. Features are frequently slow to arrive, but at least they're generally more polished than when Android makers rush effects. 

 Yes, I am talking about the periscope lens. The iPhone 15 Pro Max is several times late to the trend, but in my experience, I noway had any issue whatsoever with the blowup camera. For comparison, the Samsung flagship takes its sweet time to concentrate, while other phones, similar as vivo and Oppo, give a different color picture, which is surely not ideal. 


 Yes, Apple needs to work on its fast charging and some other minor features, and the phone is the most precious bar phone on the request, but occasionally excellence has a price. 

 Google Pixel 8 Pro 


 The Pixel 8 Pro does fall before in terms of battery life or general vacuity, but it's still the stylish Google phone on the request. 


 One unexampled point is the mind- blowing seven times of software support. This is great, indeed if I do not believe in using the same smartphone for a long time. All things considered, innovation develops, and malware alongside it and these telephones get passed along for long nowadays.


 Google's Tensor G3 chipset didn't impress us during the review process in raw performance or stability under cargo. Yes, it wouldn't be the stylish device to play a game on, but the way Google's algorithms work with the camera detectors is still one of the stylish in the assiduity. 

 Xiaomi 13 Pro 


 This smartphone was technically launched in 2022 but is a 2023 flagship for all intents and purposes, and that is why I'm including it in my list. It came with the stylish chipset on the request, the 1 ”- type detector by Sony and a camera performance forfeiture- tuned by Leica. There's also veritably fast charging, and the device looks great – it ticks all the boxes in my flagship roster. 

 Some might assume my passion for flagships would have steered me towards the 13 Ultra, but the reason I picked the Pro is its wide vacuity andnon-intrusive design. Yes, the Ultra is a better cameraphone with one redundant blowup lens, but the Pro is simply a phone that you would get out of the box and incontinently start using. 

 OnePlus Open & Oppo Find N3 


 Foldable phones are the future, I've no doubt about it. The rearmost product by Oppo, vended in some countries under the OnePlus brand, is a testament to how technology evolved and how a company can learn from its miscalculations. Just 12 months agone

 , Oppo chose not to send off the Find N2 globally, but rather it changed the methodology for the Track down N3.

 The Galaxy Z Fold5 is still the stylish foldable on the request for its intended followership – druggies who need multitasking, a fast chipset and a bright screen. still, the Open Find N3 managed to constrict the gap to its Samsung contender and now also offers a superb OLED on the outside and an excellent foldable panel on the inside. 


 print and videotape quality could be hit or miss, as Oppo is still floundering to find the perfect tuning for stills. nonetheless, the experience is a lot smoother than anticipated, and this is the stylish phone to take pictures and selfies, thanks to the foldable form factor.