4 Best Bang For The Buck Flagship Smartphones, US Techies Can't Buy

A new flagship phone Xiaomi Mi 9 is displayed after its launch ceremony in Beijing
A new flagship phone Xiaomi Mi 9 is displayed after its launch ceremony in Beijing, China February 20, 2019. (Photo: REUTERS/Jason Lee)

The United States consumers are missing out some of the cellphone brands that have been released from China. Top of the line specs and smooth designs are up for grab. However, these brands are not available in the US. 

With long and complex reasons, Chinese phones barely go on sale in the United States, aside from those of OnePlus. While it is quite possible to import Chinese phones, problems with regards to the unfamiliar software or the LTE bands might be an issue, according to the Verge

Meanwhile, reports show that there are several cellphone brands that are not available in the US market. But these cellphones have a great feature and a smooth look mostly is a product from China. Though it is available in most countries, US consumers cannot get a hand on these devices. 

As follows, the Xiaomi MI 9 is the flagship of the company's MI series. It has a combination of high-end specs, low prices, and a conventional design. The device has a 6.4-inch OLED display and built with a Snapdragon 855 processor with a RAM that is up to 12GB. It has also had a triple camera system that has three separate focal lengths and has a fingerprint scanner that is on-screen. 

With the same brand, the Xiaomi MI Mix 3 is the high-end version of Xiaomi. Ever since the company's original model has always been achieving the most bezel-free design as possible. With that tradition, it still continues with the Mi Mix 3. It uses a magnetic slider mechanism for it to surface the selfie camera from behind so that the screen will not be interrupted. 

As for Huawei, the company released the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. It is built with an aluminum frame with glass on its front and back. It has a 6.69-inch QHD+ display with a Gorilla Glass protection. The sound is brought out by the USB Type-C port instead of the speaker grille. The device is powered by the new 7nm Kirin 980 SoC and it comes with storage of 128GB and a RAM of 6GB. It runs on EMUI 9.0 that is based on Android 9 Pie. The battery life is also a massive plus as it is built with 4,200MAH according to Gadgets 360

Furthermore, Vivo V15 Pro is the newly announced mainstream flagship. It is developed with the company's high-end features, from last year. It is now a more accessible device. It has a 32-megapixel pop selfie camera, a 48-megapixel main camera, a speedy fingerprint sensor that is also on screen, and an OLED screen that has no notch and barely any bezels.

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