3 Android Smartphones that Leave Their Marks on the Market

3 Android Smartphones that Leave Their Marks on the Market

The forefather of many of the Android devices we use today, T-Mobile G1 was released exactly ten years ago. The mobile operating system that has increased its share in the smartphone market in these ten years with over two billion active users is used by many of the smartphones on the market today.

We have gathered information for you on three android devices, which became popular in the first half of 2018 where the things started to get hot in the smartphone industry:


Creating a difference in the smartphone market by means of its boundless designs, Samsung continues going beyond the ordinary this time with the Galaxy S9 Plus. The model which is positioned as the flagship of the brand draws attention to its easy-access screen although it is wide and its ergonomic features.

Water and dust resistant through IP68 certification, the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus offers dual SIM card and micro-SD memory card support.

Featuring 4 Mongoose M3 cores running at 2.9 GHz and the Cortex-A55 core running at 1.9 GHz, the Exynos 9810 promises higher performance and lower power consumption thanks to Samsung’s second generation 10 nm FinFET fabrication process.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus comes with dual 12 Megapixel camera. The camera that can record 4K videos also features a 960 fps slow motion capture mode. The model that presents an advanced iris scanner also features AR Emoji which competes with Animoji of the iPhone X.


Google Pixel 2 XL is just right for those who would like to experience Android and phablet together. The 6 inch long device, which offers 1440 x 2880 pixel resolution via Corning Gorilla Glass 5 screen, uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.

The required power for Snapdragon 835 which is an octa-core processor that runs at 2.35 GHz and produced with 10 nm fabrication process is provided by the Adreno 540. This smart phone that supports a single camera offers a better portrait mode and can capture much better photos and videos than many devices that supports dual cameras can. The Pixel 2 series, featuring 4K video recording support, enables 120 fps recording at Full HD and 240 fps recording at HD resolution.

The Pixel 2 XL that comes with the Android 8.0 Oreo and Google’s promise to be updated is powered by a battery with 3520 mAh capacity. Another feature of the device is that it can withstand being submerged in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes thanks to its IP67 certification.


Huawei has begun to leave behind the world’s leading technology giants with the high-end phones that the company has been producing in recent years. The Huawei P20 Pro model has a very small notch area, and the front camera, receiver, and sensors fit into this area. This brings the full-screen experience and screen-to-body percentage to a much higher level.

The P20 Pro features a 20 Megapixel and 40 Megapixel RGB camera. The third camera is a telephoto lens with 8 Megapixel resolution. On the front of the P20 Pro is a selfie camera with 24 Megapixels resolution.

IP67 certified, the P20 Pro model comes with Android 8.1 operating system and EMUI 8.1 interface. Features such as fast charging support that can charge up to 58% in 30 minutes, fingerprint reader and 4000 mAh battery add power to the P20 Pro.