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macrumors 604
Jul 5, 2009
Haven't felt the need to upgrade my Pixel 3XL but if I did, it would likely be to my pick for 2019, the OnePlus 7T. Awesome performance for terrific value. Flat display with 90hz refresh, high end CPU with plenty of RAM, clean OS with timely updates.
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macrumors G4
Apr 9, 2010
where hip is spoken
I owned 2 Android smartphones in 2019... the LG Stylo 3 and Samsung Galaxy A20.

Best: A20 (my current phone)

I'm on BoostMobile. The service is great, the price for the service and phones even better. The A20 cost $160 total cost out of pocket with no strings attached (other than being locked into BoostMobile).

The phone looks and feels like a flagship phone. Super AMOLED display, rounded corners (gimmick IMO), teardrop notch (another gimmick), best camera on a non-iPhone phone I've owned. Fast and responsive, great battery life. MicroSD card.


macrumors 68020
Dec 7, 2013
I own a Note 10+ so my choice is obvious.
But I can see why people would choose other phones as their favorite.

Most improved flagship is the iphone 11max imo, though obviously not an android.


macrumors 601
Jan 24, 2013
Johannesburg, South Africa
In terms of phones I have used:

Huawei P30 Pro
- Camera versatility and quality were on point
- Battery Life and Supercharging were amazing
- Got Android 10 quickly despite all the drama

I am also a huge fan of the ASUS ROG Phone II, but I have not used it, looks great on paper though.


macrumors 65816
Feb 8, 2012
None. Didn't buy a 2019 edition phone this year :confused:

Even if the 3a or 3 XL is this year, I'd pick my pixel 2 XL it's been pretty solid for me compared to the other problematic ones I've had. ?
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