iPhone XS Max Apple iPhone XS Max has been shown to best all other phones in benchmarking testing and the Apple A12 Bionic chipset certainly blazes new trails. It has fabulous OLED screen, good sized battery, and new camera software to make it a very compelling flagship. Apple pushed the entry-level price of a flagship up to $1,000 last year with the most expensive flagship in the iPhone XS Max. ZDnet's Jason Cipriani awarded the iPhone XS Max an impressive near-perfect score of 9.6/10. The iPhone XS Max starts at $1,099 for a minimal storage 64GB model and runs up to $1,449 for the 512 GB model.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus The Galaxy S10 Plus improves upon the S9 Plus with an ultra-wide camera, much longer battery life, greatly improved software with One UI, and the ability to wirelessly charge up other devices. The Samsung Galaxy S10 continues to have all of the excellent Galaxy Foundation aspects such as a high level of water reisistance, fast wireless charging, a super AMOLED screen, expandable microSD storage, and much more! The Galaxy S10 Plus starts at $999.99 for 128GB and goes up to $1,599.99 for the 1TB model. The 512GB ceramic model costs $1,249.99, which is still $200 less than the iPhone XS Max with the potential for much more storage thanks to the microSD card slot.
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