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Top 5 Alternatives of iPhone That You Can Buy

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Alternatives of iPhone

The iPhone is known for its quality, super-fast processor, the integrated OS and superior build quality. Now with iPhone 12, the refresh rate display has touched an all-time high with gadget lovers looking towards it with love.

However, the only con of the iPhone is perhaps the price point. Not everyone can afford an iPhone and sometimes, even if one can afford the iPhone, it simply does not make sense to spend so much money for buying a phone. Therefore, we have curated a list of the top five alternatives of iPhone which will allow you to experience a high-quality smartphone while staying within the budget.

1. Google Pixel 5

The spectacular feature of the Google Pixel 5 is its wonderful camera which will be deeply appreciated by photographers. The 90Hz display provides the users with a clear image with an opportunity to experience a Google software experience. Google Pixel 5 is undoubtedly Google’s answer to the iPhone. Since its rollout, Google Pixel has been giving tough competition to Apple with its awesome hardware and software. Powered with Snapdragon 765G, Google Pixel 5 is directly competing with Samsung S20 FE too.

2. Samsung Galaxy S21

Samsung Galaxy S21 is a powerful beast that can be easily afforded. It has a great camera. What makes Samsung Galaxy S21 really special is that it is also user-friendly for all the users who have become habitual to Apple products. The most appreciated feature of this smartphone is its 6.2-inch 20:9 AMOLED display which can be best utilized with an Aesthetic Wallpaper. However, the only limiting point of this smartphone is that the resolution of the smartphone has been dropped to 1080p which is a technical downgrade. Having said that, the graphics in the Samsung Galaxy S21 still looks ultra-smooth.

3. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

This smartphone is expensive if we consider all the other Android smartphones but the price point of the smartphone can be ignored because it is still cheaper than the iPhone and provides the user with an experience that is at par with iPhone 12 Pro Max. It has a huge display of 6.9’ and comes with AMOLED technology with a high response rate of 120 Hz. Lightning-fast performance is guaranteed by Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra as it is powered by the Snapdragon 865+. Holding this smartphone will immediately uplift your Attitude Status as it is that good! Furthermore, its camera is one of the best cameras in the world of Android smartphones.

4. OnePlus 8T

OnePlus is known for its affordable premium smartphones. The OnePlus 8T has a huge display of 6.55” that looks bright and big. The colours are so rich and bright that using the smartphone in the dark mode is really a treat to the eyes. Watching HDR movies is a big yes because of its 1100 nits brightness which allows the user to watch a movie comfortably even under direct sunlight and it further makes it extremely easy to use in outdoor light too. The refresh mode of 120 Hz brings a new level of smoothness to the phone. The only downside of the OnePlus 8T is its camera which is good but not the best. If you are not much into clicking images and are within a budget, you can give the OnePlus 8T a go.

5. OnePlus 9

The OnePlus 9 is of course better than its previous version. The smartphone stands true to its flagship killer label. We have already stated that the camera of the OnePlus 8 is good but not the best and perhaps, this point was considered while manufacturing the OnePlus 9 because its camera is wonderful. OnePlus joined hands with Hasselblad, a Swedish camera company to create a wonderful camera which put this smartphone in direct competition with Apple and Samsung smartphones. Even though the processor of the smartphone is brand new, it is SnapDragon 888 and you can therefore be assured that the OnePlus 9 is a wonderful beast. The charging speed of the 4,500 mAh battery is also insane. The smartphone charges from zero to 100 percent in just 40 minutes which can be a deciding factor for many. The Android users might be disappointed with its lack of microSD card expansion. However, this was never a problem for the Apple users and hence, can be ignored easily.


Jean-Pierre is a polyglot communication specialist, freelance journalist, and writer for with over two decades of experience in media and public relations. He creates engaging content, manages communication campaigns, and attends conferences to stay up-to-date with the latest trends. He brings his wealth of experience and expertise to provide insightful analysis and engaging content for's audience.

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