Best 5G Phones to buy for future-ready connectivity on Amazon India

By Siddharth Parwatay | Published 12 Oct 2021 16:59 IST
Best 5G Phones to buy for future-ready connectivity on Amazon India
Best 5G Phones to buy for future-ready connectivity on Amazon India

For a smooth transition to the future of connectivity, here are some leading 5G phones available today, offering the latest in hardware and networking features.

While 5G networks might still be in their initial stages, smartphone manufacturers have taken the lead with an ever expanding range of 5G smartphones in the market. With support for more 5G bands, the latest smartphones capable of 5G connectivity are designed to explore the full potential of 5G’s benefits. With your favourite apps, games and streaming services demanding exponentially better internet connectivity, your next smartphone should be 5G ready. It should also be capable of handling heavier tasks and high-end games that will become the norm over 5G networks. Here are some of the best 5G smartphones available on Amazon that offer promising specifications with impressive features.

OnePlus 9 Pro 5G

With the Snapdragon 888 powering the OnePlus 9 Pro’s performance, this phone is quite capable of handling even the most demanding apps and games. The model includes a 4500mAh battery, which enables it to deliver over a day’s worth of battery life (depending on your usage patterns). When you run out, the 65W Dash Charge support can get it ready to go again in a flash. The camera setup on the 9 Pro is co-developed with Hasselblad, and while the results do have room for improvement, they shou8ld be good enough for almost anyone. Its 1440p Super AMOLED display offers a 120Hz refresh rate and high levels of colour accuracy, designed to equally please gamers and binge-watchers.

iQOO 7 Legend 5G

The iQOO 7 Legend 5G features a premium metal-glass build, with a subtle matte finish which gives the phone a high-end feel. With a 4096mm2 vapor cooling chamber, the model stays cool while you upgrade your gaming skills to the next level on its 120Hz AMOLED display. The Snapdragon 888 takes care of any workload under the hood without letting you experience lag or delays. Its Triple Rear Camera system can click great pictures. It can also shoot blur-free videos thanks to the Optical Image Stabilisation built in. With the 66W FlashCharge support, the iQOO 7 can be topped up in a matter of minutes once it runs out of charge.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra features 8K video recording capability, pushing your videos to the highest level of detail. Compatibility with Samsung’s S Pen is a great feature for serial scribblers and notetakers. The 108MP rear camera offers a very high level of detail and the 40MP Infinity-O front camera can also take impressive selfies. Its 100X zoom can help you capture even the furthest objects steadily with the Zoom Lock feature. With 12GB RAM and 256GB storage under the hood, your apps and games have ample storage and memory to play with. Although it is limited to the slower 25W charging, a full charge on the 5000mAh battery ensures a day’s worth of usage with some juice leftover.

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max

With a 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display, the iPhone 12 Pro Max was the largest iPhone at the time of launch. The camera on this iPhone is capable of recording Dolby Vision HDR videos up to 4K at 60 fps, upgrading your videos to a cinematic level. It also features a LiDAR scanner that enables better night-mode portraits and low light photos. For durability, the display is protected by a Ceramic Shield technology, while the body is built with stainless steel. It can resist a dip in water up to six metres for up to 30 minutes. With a maximum brightness of 1200 nits, the iPhone 12 Pro Max offers superior visibility in daylight. 


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