Back in the 2000s, several major platforms including Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, and Nokia‘s Symbian started to acquire market drag. They introduced models generally presenting keyboards with QWERTY or having resistive touchscreens and accenting approach to push email and also wireless internet. As the reputation of these companies grew, several other companies also decided to step into the market as rivals.
Later on, the smartphone companies started to modify their models regarding the likings of society. The solid and sturdy appearances started to get slender and sleek. The rivalry of different smartphone companies kept growing. Introducing “the best” device in the market became their aim. Stepping into 2021, the rivalry is still there. Major companies like Samsung, Oneplus, Xiaomi, and Huawei are introducing devices better than the others. But the question here is that “which one is the best?”.
To answer this question, we will be discussing the most popular Android devices in 2021.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra:
At the top of the list, there is Samsung’s new flagship, the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It comes with everything that you can expect from a top-notch flagship device whether it’s the epic display, the glorious camera setup, or the overall performance.
It has a remarkable rear camera unit comprising of a 108MP main sensor, along with a 12MP, 120-degree ultrawide camera, two 10MP telephotos one with 3x and the other with 10x, a dedicated focus sensor, and the ability to record 8K video.
It has a massive 6.8-inch screen having a resolution of 3200×1440 covered in the new Gorilla Glass Victus, up to 512GBs of internal storage, and the option to upgrade to 16GB of RAM. It is also the first Samsung phone to come with Android 11 already installed in it.
Xiaomi Mi 11:
Speaking of Xiaomi Mi 11, the flagship killer device, it is the first device to hit the market with the Snapdragon 888 processor, the first Qualcomm CPU build on a 5nm fabrication process. The Xiaomi Mi 11 comes with a 6.81-inch curved display, having a resolution of 1440×3200, and offers a refresh rate of 120Hz to enhance your experience.
It has a 108MP rear camera sensor, two ultrawide and macro cameras, and a 20MP front camera placed in an elegantly-placed hole-punch in the top-left corner. It also comes with Android 11 from the beginning and comes in two variants either 128GB or 256GB of storage as well as 8GB of RAM.
OnePlus 9 Pro:
The epic, OnePlus 9 Pro provides a sleek flagship experience, giving tough competition to its rivals. OnePlus 9 Pro comes with the remarkable Snapdragon 888 processor, justifying OnePlus’s place in the list. It has a bright 6.7-inch display having a resolution of 3216×1440 and a refresh rate of 120Hz.
The camera department has always been the place where OnePlus was a step behind its rivals, so OnePlus associated with Hasselblad, made a deal and bought a new sensor from Sony. There is a main 48MP primary camera unit, a 50MP ultra-wide lens, and an 8MP telephoto lens as well as a 2MP monochrome sensor. The OnePlus 9 Pro comes in two variants, the base model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage and the other one 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.