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The 5 smartphones that stood out in 2021

The year 2021 brought new smartphones to the market, some of which came with innovative details for the segment, for the brand or for the market globally.

So, today we highlight 5 of the models that were innovative in some way and that dictated change.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3

Samsung has in its folding line a real bet. After two previous versions of relative success, the Galaxy Z Fold3, came to show that consumers are already receptive to this concept, so much so that, apparently, Samsung had to adjust the launch of other more commercial models, to meet demand for the line. of collapsibles.

This is a luxury smartphone that already supports S Pen, which has a more resistant and reliable folding screen, as well as a much improved design, compared to previous versions. In addition, Samsung even introduced you to the first camera under the screen.

OnePlus 9 Pro

OnePlus was launched with the intention of offering smartphones with top performance, but at more affordable prices. And this was achieved during their first releases. However, the arrival of Chinese competition ended up robbing it of its status. In addition to the prices of smartphones increasing at the same rate as the top-end, the manufacturer still found itself limited by the quality of its photographs.

With the edition of OnePlus 9, the manufacturer created a very important partnership with Hasselblad, which brought a substantial improvement in terms of photography and video, in OnePlus 9 Pro, essentially.

In addition to this camera detail, the OnePlus 9 Pro also offers a screen with QHD+ resolution, with support for HDR10+ and a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra

On the verge of launching the Xiaomi 12, the Chinese manufacturer launched the Mi 11 Ultra model on the market at the beginning of the year. We are talking about a top smartphone with all the most advanced technologies, in terms of screen, cameras, battery and processor.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, integrates an "ultra camera" that integrates the same 50 MP GN2 sensor, the ultra wide-angle camera is 48 MP and allows you to capture photos with zoom up to 120 times.

The screen is AMOLED with 2K and 120Hz resolution. It has Dolby Vision, Display Mate A+, and Gorilla Glass Victus. The processor is the Snapdragon 888, it has 5000 mAh of battery capacity and still the same harman/kardon sound system. But the biggest highlight goes to the small screen placed at the rear next to the cameras.

Little F3

The Poco F3 smartphone was without a doubt one of the best smartphones launched in the mid-range in 2021.

With a Snapdragon 870 5G processor, it is capable of guaranteeing high performance, has a 6.67" AMOLED screen with 120Hz refresh rate, 48MP main camera recording in 4K, stereo sound, Bluetooth 5.1, Wi-Fi 6 and NFC. In addition, the battery is 4520 mAh with charging at 33W.

This smartphone can currently be found for around €320.

Asus ROG Phone 5

In the universe of gaming smartphones, the Asus ROG Phone 5 emerged this year as one of the best proposals ever in the segment.

We are talking about a smartphone with an impressive 144Hz refresh rate and a 6000 mAh battery. With 64 MP main camera and video recording capability at 8K at 30fps or 4K at 120/60/30fps.

Afterwards, the entire interface was crafted to offer the best gaming experience on a mobile device. Also noteworthy is the Type-C USB port on the side so that it can be charged during the game, without the cable getting in the way of ergonomics and there are also AirTrigger 5 and Ultrasonic buttons for auxiliary control of the games.

The 5s Pro version is even more powerful, and these two models are on the podium of smartphones with the best performance in the Android world, according to tests by Antutu skin benchmark. They are only surpassed by Red Magic 6.


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