6 white smartphones you won’t regret buying

Even when their successors launch in 2019



Pantone may have announced the next Color of the Year, but there’s no unseating white in the hall of classics. This timeless shade will never go out of style even when it comes to smartphones. Now that 2018 is coming to a close, we’ve rounded up our favorite white phones that you won’t regret buying this holiday season. We’re confident you’ll want to keep using any of the options on this list for a long time, even when their successors launch in 2019.

Honor 10

First on our list is one of the most affordable flagship smartphones in the market today. At around US$ 400, the Honor 10 is an easy pick for those who want a phone that practically has everything except for a steep price tag. Like its more colorful brothers, this Lily White variant has color-shifting features depending on the viewing angle — it can look lavender, pink, or teal from time to time.

Nokia 7 Plus

Nokia introduced great phones in every price point this year, including this beautiful midranger. The white Nokia 7 Plus became an instant favorite as soon as it was announced and has been a mainstay on our best smartphones list for a while now. It comes in a matte white finish with signature copper trims making it one of the most beautifully designed phones we’ve seen this year.

Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S

Another mainstay in our best smartphones list is Xiaomi’s Mi MIX 2S. Its successor, the Mi MIX 3, hasn’t rolled out outside China so this is still one of the best Android flagships to get today if you don’t want to break the bank. It’s also the only phone on this list that has a white face, making it truly unique and a personal favorite.

Huawei P20

With so many great phones coming out left and right and incremental upgrades becoming the norm, it’s a pleasant surprise that Huawei managed to wow us twice this year. This Pearlescent White P20 was announced months after the phone’s original launch and isn’t available in all markets, but if you manage to snag one, you can thank me later.

Apple iPhone XR

It’s not the best in Apple’s lineup, but the iPhone XR is the one we wholeheartedly recommend to most people looking to upgrade their iPhones this year. The main differences from its more expensive brothers are its LCD display and a single rear camera — none of which are deal breakers. It’s also the only iPhone in recent memory that officially comes in white, even though the similarity to the silver iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X, XS, and XS Max is uncanny.

Google Pixel 3

You really can’t go wrong with Google’s new Pixel 3. Even though it’s a little pricier than the other items on this list, its cameras, both front and back, are considered by many to be the best in the market today. If you want a smartphone that’s reliable and capable enough to take with you on trips, this is the one to get.


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Unboxing, Setup, Photos & Q&A

What to expect when you buy the Galaxy Z Flip



Today is Galaxy Z Flip Day! Thankfully I have fast fingers, and was able to snag one before it ran out online. In this video I pick up in store, unbox and set it up, and answer some of your questions.

This is our Samsung Galaxy Z Flip unboxing.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Hands-on

Samsung isn’t giving up just yet



It’s been a year since the first foldable of Samsung was released. Fast forward today, we have another foldable on the track.

Say hello to the Galaxy Z Flip! Unlike the Galaxy Fold that turns into a tablet, this one is so compact, it can even fit inside your coin purse.

Head on to the video above to know more or click the link here.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Hands-On

Unpacked features just for you



2020 is a year where Samsung is taking a leap of faith by getting out of its comfort zone. The Galaxy S20 may look like last year’s Galaxy S10, but it offers double the power and features than its predecessor.

But does that mean the prices also doubled? Find out more by watching the video above or through this link if you can’t access it.

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