Our checklist of features if you are smartphone-shopping in 2020

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Going smartphone shopping soon? This is the all-in-one checklist you need.

It’s the era of smartphone technology where a quad-camera setup and 5G are fast becoming everyday essentials. The global smartphone market was valued at $522 billion, indicating the boom in the smartphone user-base and the digital devolution as a whole. As we consistently keep pushing the boundaries of smartphone tech, let’s take a moment to see how far we’ve come and what the average consumer must look for while smartphone shopping.

Tech talk: Our checklist of features if you are smartphone-shopping in 2020

Punch Hole Front Camera



a close up of a light: Vivo Z1 Pro


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Vivo Z1 Pro

The ‘edge-to-edge’ or pure display silhouette has been getting more and more prominent every year. This time, they’ve reduced it down to a simple dot on the screen. Being more minimalist and cleaner, it allows smartphone brands to enlarge their screen sizes without looking at the size of the phone. In the pursuit for more screen-space, this feature hasn’t gone mainstream yet, but 2020 might just be its big year.

48-MP Rear Camera and Triple Lens Setup



a close up of a cell phone: Redmi Note 7 Pro


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Redmi Note 7 Pro

The smartphone photography industry grows parallel to the social media industry, which is synonymous with the digital revolution we’re in. If you’re wondering where the bar is set for a good smartphone camera today, look no further than a 48-MP and triple camera set-up. As technologically extravagant as it may sound, that’s where the commercial flag post is at today.

Pop-Up Selfie Camera



a close up of a cell phone: OnePlus 7 Pro


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OnePlus 7 Pro

If you’re not a big fan of the punch-hole front camera, this is an alternative feat. We’ve seen this work best with the new OnePlus smartphone. The obsession towards edge-to-edge displays and max screen resolution actually led