Smartphones to buy if you have cash to blow

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ADVANCED top-tier smartphones continue to be introduced into the market.

The unfortunate part is that these devices can cost a fortune for some consumers.

If you are upgrading your current smartphone, you need to consider built-in features such as camera quality, storage, memory, performance and battery life. Your budget plays a key role in determining your next smartphone.

According to online tech magazine The Verge, picking the right phone is mostly a matter of preference.

If you have money to splurge on a new phone, I recommend you take a look at the following three smartphones:

  • iPhone 13 Pro
Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max.

The iPhone 13 Pro Max has a new 5G-ready A15 Bionic chip, making it one of the fastest devices on the market which also allows you to play mobile games that demand high performance.

The device starts with 128GB and supports storage of up to one terabyte.

You are guaranteed superb battery life that handles 4K videos and high-definition pictures.

  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus.

The Galaxy S22 Plus has a big, glowing 6.6-inch screen and has three high-quality rear cameras.

That’s not all. The device has an excellent support policy which comes with up to four generations of Android upgrades. Sadly, the device comes up a little short on battery life.

This device is very pricey but worth all the cents you could ever spend on it.

  • S22 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.

The S22 Ultra offers up to five cameras with a big 6.8-inch OLED (organic light-emitting diode) and has an impressive design. It has the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM, making it easier to run high performing features. The tricky part is that battery life is compromised due to the heavy features.

Should you need more information about the devices, have a look on the internet.

If you have a tech topic you want us to review, kindly email us at Nelson.Mahlangu@dailysun.co.za

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