Weekly poll: What were the best phones to come out at IFA 2019

08 September 2019
Sony, Samsung, Asus, LG, Nokia, Motorola and TCL all presented cool new phones, now it's time to vote for the best.

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Mr. Anonymous, 12 Sep 2019I would say the problem is that there are much better offer... moreProbably both. If you're not going to have new features, price it lower. If you're going to charge a premium, make everything about the phone premium

Walter C. Dornez, 09 Sep 2019Both are trying I guess. The problem indeed lies in lack of... moreI would say the problem is that there are much better offers at a lower price.

Anonymous, 09 Sep 2019Wrong. Height is the most important for single handed usage... moreMy Xperia 1, which is among the tallest phones I've had is way easier to have in my pocket than a 5,5 inch 16:9 phone thanks to it's narrowness, the 16:9 phone being larger (and less long).

For one handed use, the 5 is not the best, but it's certainly not the worst.

AlienKiss, 10 Sep 2019If only Samsung made a Note10+ or Sony made Xperia 1 with s... moreBro, agreed. I would love to have all that screen space for landscape typing.

  • AlienKiss

Walter C. Dornez, 09 Sep 2019Bro, I am DOWN for this. I miss my first phone sometimes fo... moreIf only Samsung made a Note10+ or Sony made Xperia 1 with sliding qwerty keyboard that had real buttons..
I'd instantly buy one!

Walter C. Dornez, 09 Sep 2019What is that?He He ;)

Raja, 09 Sep 2019Nokia is the best phone 7.2Gonna have to disagree. The design is something you can get for something much lower in price, the chipset is older, and there's nothing particularly new besides the camera

YUKI93, 09 Sep 2019An Android phone with sliding landscape QWERTY keyboard. ... moreBro, I am DOWN for this. I miss my first phone sometimes for the ease of typing and typing on landscape is AIDs nowadays

Well the *ROG 2 is definitely best flagship of the year.
Motorola one zoom is one of best looking midrangers.

  • AlienKiss

Gusta, 09 Sep 2019Don't forget that Sony naming it just Xperia 5. Not Xperia ... moreBecause they can't afford to buy a Sony.

EskeRahn, 08 Sep 2019Easy win: The F(x)tec Pro1 - oh I forgot, you are ignoring... moreAll About Windows Phone (AAWP) just recently published an article about that phone. Definitely got me excited, not forgetting the Planet Computers Cosmo Communicator PDA.

Pabliell, 08 Sep 2019Wasn't it introduced first on MWC? And it has 2017 specs. A... moreI do. Typing with physical keyboard is such a bliss compared to touch keyboard.

Walter C. Dornez, 09 Sep 2019What is that?An Android phone with sliding landscape QWERTY keyboard.

https://www.androidcentral.com/fxtec-pro1-starts-shipping-landscape-qwerty-fans-october

For flagship, definitely the LG G8X ThinQ. That Dual Screen accessory and super ultrawide lens definitely makes it my favourite. Cannot wait to see the full review of it in action.

As for midrange, definitely the Motorola. It have that camera versatility the nearly-identical Z4 didn't possess. Also being Android One, software updates and security patches is guaranteed.

  • Valkov

A90 is midranger with top notch processor and 5G. If it has a OIS on cameras will whole different story.

  • Anonymous

Unless 7.2 goes for a lower price than the original 7+, I can't understand why Nokia opted for the old SD 660.
It's still a capable chip by today's standards, and most users won't feel a difference unless they price it badly.

  • Nidhi

Anonymous, 09 Sep 2019Asus ROG Phone 2 easily the best one out of these.Nice phone nice looks

  • Raj

Awesome design from nokia devices plus always uptodate 👍

  • Anonymous

Oppaii, 08 Sep 2019Always get many votes & always almost the number one mo... moreVery true. They are either keyboard warriors or sony salesmen.

  • Anonymous

Ellio74, 08 Sep 2019They are all wider than the Xperia, which is the most impor... moreWrong. Height is the most important for single handed usage and pocketability.