There are features that define a smartphone, making it better than the rest by adding an edge to the device. Over the years, the technological aspects of a smartphone have changed and sometimes the updates are ahead of what we thought. The features not only change the way you use your phone but also the phone’s design.
Wonder what were the smartphone trends of 2019?
Here are the features that defined smartphones in 2019:
1. Pop up selfie camera
A trend that became mainstream is the pop up selfie cameras. Reducing the bezels, it offers an edgy display with a 32 megapixel camera. One can find this feature in OnePlus 7 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 9T/Mi 9T Pro, Oppo Reno 10x Zoom and more.
2. Fingerprint sensors
Android companies, from Samsung to OnePlus sport this technology where they brought fingerprint sensors right under the screen and at the phone’s back. Used for privacy, one’s smartphone will open only by the fingerprint of one whose is saved in the phone’s settings.
3. Dual tone gradient back
When half tones of two colours are mixed together to create a highlighting effect, that’s dual tone gradient. Now, this is used in smartphone’s back, becoming a popular feature in 2019 that is seen in every device. Making the phone look classy, the most common ones are blue shades, red shades, green-blue and many more.
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4. 48 megapixel rear camera
When the light is optimum, the 48 megapixel rear camera comes into work. The camera’s sensor and primary lens clicks images worth 48MP. It has made an entry in premium and affordable phones like Xiaomi Mi A3, Honor View 20, Oppo F11 Pro and Realme 5S to name a few.
5. Battery capacity and fast charging
A long lasting battery with a fast charging support is the necessity of every smartphone user. For a battery, 4000 mAh is becoming the new norm that is a mandate in every smartphone launched. While, for one to get a full battery in one charge, the phone takes around 45-50 minutes. That’s quick right?