I published an article that talks about Samsung phones with flat screens. Since Samsung isn’t the only phone manufacturer in the world, today, I’ll be talking about the best smartphones with flat screens in general.
This way, those of you who don’t necessarily like Samsung products will get to choose from other devices. Plus, since you’re looking for a flat-screen phone, you won’t have a hard time choosing one.
Recommended: Samsung Galaxy S22 5G
Released in February of this year, this is one of Samsung’s latest products. The S22 5G comes with a design that is simple and modern.
The S22 5G is water and dust resistant and is also protected with Gorilla Glass Victus Plus. This is the latest kind of Gorilla Glass yet. Making the device tougher against scratches and short drops.
So coming to the screen, it is a flat 6.1 inch AMOLED screen.
AMOLED screens are known for being very vibrant with deep blacks as well. You’re not only getting that with this device, it’s also a 120Hz display. Making the display smooth.
The resolution is 1080 x 2340 pixels, making it a very sharp display. So everything is going to look detailed, whether you’re going to be gaming or just watching videos on the phone.
Overall, you get a fantastic display on the device.
So the S22 5G runs on Android 12, and you’ll get the latest Android features on the device. It’s going to be compatible with apps and games on the play store.
The chipset is a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. This is the latest chipset by Snapdragon and it’s known to be efficient and fast. Therefore, the device won’t be using a lot of battery power and it’s not going to lag.
The chipset comes with a 3.00GHz octa-core CPU. You can play intense games on the device or just carry out your normal activities without it slowing down.
Plus, you get 8GB of RAM on the device, which makes it to be able to run many apps at once. You won’t get them terminating in the background.
And talking about apps, you get 128GB or 256GB of storage space on the device.
You don’t get a headphone jack or SD card support on this device, unfortunately, however, you get 5G for fast internet, a fingerprint scanner under the display, USB Type-C, NFC, GPS, etc.
And talking about the battery, well, it’s a 3700mAh battery. It might seem small but due to the chipset on the device, battery life should be okay.
It supports fast charging and wireless charging as well.
Get the Samsung Galaxy S22 5G on Amazon.
Google Pixel 6
One of the best things about the Pixel 6, besides having a flat screen is that with it, you’ll receive Android updates fast.
Google owns Android, as well as the Pixel so it all works out.
So, the Pixel 6 is water and dust resistant. And it comes protected with Gorilla Glass Victus for the screen and Gorilla Glass 6 on the back.
Victus is much tougher, but 6 is also very tough on scratches and drops.
The screen on the device is an AMOLED screen and here you’ll be getting a 90Hz refresh rate. It’s not as great as the 120Hz on the S22 but it’s still a smooth display.
It is a 6.4-inch display and its resolution is 1080 x 2400 pixels, making it sharp and detailed.
It runs on Android 12 (which is the latest version of Android, and it will probably get the Android 13 update soon), so the device will be compatible with a lot of new features for Android devices.
The Pixel 6 runs on the Google Tensor chipset. This is Google’s version of Snapdragon, so to say.
I believe that because Google is making all these parts for the device themselves, it’s going to be an efficient device as well.
Because there’s no external producer so everything can be done in an orderly way. Well, let’s not get sidetracked.
So the Tensor chipset is a 2.80GHz octa-core CPU, you won’t need to worry about the phone lagging with this amount of power.
It also has 8GB of RAM to make it a good device for having many apps open at once.
Just like the S22 5G, you also get two storage options, 128GB and 256GB, you decide what works for you, if you want a lot of stuff on the device like videos, pictures, music, games, etc., then go for 256GB.
You don’t get SD card support on the device so it’s essential you pick the right storage size.
You also don’t get a headphone jack, but well, these days we’re using the earbuds so that’s that. However, you do get 5G, GPS, NFC, a USB Type-C port, etc.
Battery size on the device is 4616 mAh, an odd number but well, it does support fast charging and wireless charging.
Get the Google Pixel 6 on Amazon.
Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
I have never spoken about an iPhone on this website. Probably cause they are way too expensive. However, the iPhone 12 Pro Max has a lot of great specs.
And for those of you who don’t like Android devices, well, this one should be a good device to look at.
I am recommending an iPhone today because they’ve always been better in terms of software security compared to Android devices. Plus they are more stable and don’t lag a lot compared to most Android devices.
Just like the others on the list, you get water and dust resistance. You also get Gorilla Glass protection on the device to make the device tough on scratches and short drops.
You get a 6.7-inch Super Retina display here, it’s a 1284 x 2778-pixel screen so it is sharp and detailed.
The software running on the device is iOS 14.1 but you can upgrade it to 15.4.1 to make it more stable and secure.
And to power the device is the Apple A14 Bionic chipset. It’s got a 3.1 Hexa-core CPU so yeah, don’t expect it to lag.
So, just like the Google Pixel, all the parts of the device (both software and hardware) are being produced by Apple and not by some external company, so everything is going to work together smoothly.
While there’s no SD card support (I don’t know of any iPhone that has had one before), you do get a lot of storage options; 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
Honestly, you won’t have to think too much, if you plan to have a lot of stuff on the device, just go for more storage space.
And well, RAM size is 6GB, it may sound like it’s low, but well this device doesn’t need a lot of RAM because it’s built to be efficient.
You don’t get a headphone jack here but you get 5G, Face ID, Lightning USB, NFC, GPS, etc.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with a 3687mAh battery that supports fast charging and wireless charging as well.
Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
I tried to make sure all the devices in this article are 5G enabled because we’re slowly moving towards that era.
And the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G is one device that doesn’t need to cost a lot but still has some nice premium features.
So the device comes with water and dust resistance and its screen is protected with Gorilla Glass 5 so it can resist scratches and should be okay in case of a short accidental drop.
The screen on the device is an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Samsung devices are known for having really good screens and they’ve tried to keep it that way with this device regardless of its price.
It’s a 6.5-inch display and its resolution is 1080 x 2400 pixels, so it’s sharp and detailed.
The device runs on Android 11, but you can upgrade it to Android 12 to get all the latest features Android has to offer. Besides that, it makes the phone compatible with apps and games you’ll find on the play store.
The Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset powers the device. It comes with a 2.4GHz octa-core CPU. Now, this is not a very powerful chipset, but it will do well without letting the phone lag unless you push it too much.
You get a lot of RAM options here, so if you’re going to be using a lot of apps at the same time, 8GB of RAM should be okay, but if you plan not to, then you can go for the 4GB or 6GB option.
Storage options are 128GB and 256GB, you can expand with a micro SD card but you’ll have to take out one of your SIM cards for that.
On this device, you get a headphone jack, you so get NFC, GPS, 5G, and a USB Type-C port. In my opinion all of these features on a device that isn’t as expensive as the S22 are very nice.
Plus, you’re getting a big battery here, it’s a 4500mAh battery, it supports fast charging but you don’t get wireless charging.
Get the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G on Amazon.
OnePlus Nord N200 5G
This is the final device we’ll be looking at. It doesn’t come with a lot of features we’ve talked about earlier so I’ll understand if you don’t like it as much.
But if you want to give it a chance, well, here are some of the features you get… or not.
First of all, you get no water or dust resistance. Plus, there’s no form of protection (like the Gorilla Glass protection we had seen earlier), you’re going to be better off getting a case for the device if you plan to use it.
Because sure, not everyone needs a water resistant device, we’ve been programmed to keep our electronics away from fluids.
However, if we come to the screen, well, it’s an IPS display. Not that it’s a bad display, but if you’ll be moving from an AMOLED display to an IPS one, you’re probably going to run away in no time.
But if you’ve never had an AMOLED phone, this isn’t going to be a problem for you. Plus, it’s a 90Hz display is that’s one plus I’ll be giving it… pun intended.
So, it is a 6.49-inch display and its resolution is 1080 x 2400 pixels, so it is a sharp display.
Android 11 is what you’ll be getting here and there haven’t been any promises of getting Android 12 yet so… fingers crossed.
One of the downsides of this device is its chipset. It’s a Snapdragon 480 5G chipset and its octa-core CPU clocks at 2.0GHz.
While that’s not horrible, I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone that plays intense games on their phone. However, if you’re going to be using it for casual social media stuff, you will be okay.
You get 64GB of internal storage, before that makes you roll your eyes, well know that you’ll be able to expand using an SD card.
You get 4GB of RAM on the device. I mean, at this point you can roll your eyes.
So unless you don’t plan to use many apps at the same time, this device is going to terminate apps in the background.
You do get a headphone jack here, there’s 5G, NFC, GPS, and even a Radio app.
The battery is a 5000mAh battery that supports fast charging but not wireless charging.
There are a lot of reasons why flat screen phones are better than curved screens. Phone manufacturers are slowly starting to get rid of curves or at least reduce them.
So, you may get a phone that looks curved, but you’re not going to experience those negative effects that come with a curved screen.
This article is going to get updated as more devices get released.
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I love your work! Just a suggestion: can you put a date in time stamp for when the original article is published, and one for when it’s updated or revised? Thanks!
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