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List of best selling smartphones in Europe



Here’s what you need to know about the best-selling smartphones in Europe.
 
Samsung launched to the highly competitive new A series. Its highest share in Europe since 2015,” said Kantar’s global director, Dominic Sunnebo. “For years Samsung has been searching for an answer to Huawei and Xiaomi in Europe and the new A series has finally hit the market, proving hugely popular with consumers across numerous price brackets."




List of best selling smartphones in Europe

  1. Samsung Galaxy A50​
  2. Samsung Galaxy A40
  3. Samsung Galaxy A20e
  4. Samsung Galaxy A10
  5. Samsung Galaxy A70
  6. Samsung Galaxy S10
  7. Samsung Galaxy S10+
  8. Redmi Note 7
  9. Apple iPhone XR
  10. Apple iPhone 8




1. Samsung Galaxy A50

The Galaxy A50 is a well-rounded smartphone packing as many cool specs as possible. Start with the slim design with the gradient paint job, move to 6.4" the Infinity-U Super AMOLED screen with a premium fingerprint scanner underneath, then there is a powerful Exynos chip, and a triple camera on the back. The large battery and the latest Android Pie with the clean One UI are hard to miss, too.




The Galaxy A50 is obviously positioned between the lower-tier of As with HD AMOLEDs and less-impressive snappers, and the higher-tier A70 and A80 with larger screens, more powerful chips, and even more premium snappers. And that's exactly what makes it so special - having the best from both worlds - cool specs on a lower price.


2. Samsung Galaxy A40

The Samsung Galaxy A40 is the most compact one in Samsung's A-series lineup while still embodying everything great about these midrange phones. It's supposed to be a compact, well-balanced mid-ranger with a Super AMOLED screen serving as a key selling point and main advantage over its direct rivals. It also offers an ultra wide-angle camera as a bonus, which is a rare find in the segment.



In addition to the ultra wide-angle lens and the Super AMOLED panel, the Galaxy A40 packs an in-house Exynos 7885 chipset that can go head-to-head with the competition's Qualcomm offerings and a generous 3,100mAh battery considering the small dimensions of the phone.


3. Samsung Galaxy A20e

The smartphone is easy to use the phone for your day to day lifestyle. You can easily shoot on the simple camera. You get ample storage space to keep your photos and videos. The phone has a huge battery of 3000 mAh, Li-Polymer. With Samsung Galaxy A20e you can see a design that fits easily in your hands, pocket, or bag.




Effortlessly look through photographs and send messages on the 5.8 inches HD screen. Samsung is a renowned brand. It helps its customer even after the sale with real-time customer care that is only one click away. The smartphone comes with a feature of easy mode that helps you to get right what you want with a simple interface.


4. Samsung Galaxy A10
 
Samsung Galaxy A10 smartphone has a TFT display. It measures 155.6 mm x 75.6 mm x 7.9 mm and weighs 168 grams. The screen has a resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels and 271 ppi pixel density.




The Galaxy A10 smartphone runs on Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system. The phone is powered by Octa core (1.6 GHz, Dual core, Cortex A73 + 1.35 GHz, Hexa Core, Cortex A53) processor. It runs on the Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 7884 Chipset. It has 2 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage.


5. Samsung Galaxy A70

The Galaxy A70 builds on the very balanced tri-eyed mid-ranger Galaxy A50 by enlarging its AMOLED screen and employing a higher-end chipset with a better processor. Then the camera setup on the back might be keeping its logic (wide/ultra-wide/depth) but the main snapper is now a 32MP one and it can capture 4K videos.



Finally, the Galaxy A70 has one beefy 4,500 mAh battery capable of up to 25W fast charging courtesy of USB-PD technology - a departure from the Samsung's Adaptive Charging that's been around since the Galaxy S5.


6. Samsung Galaxy S10

The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with the usual annual chipset update and it's top quality silicon whether it's Exynos or Snapdragon trim. The triple camera setup on the back with a brand new ultra wide module is the same as on the Plus - so two cameras more than last year's regular sized S9. If only all incremental upgrades were like this one.




The S10's got a smaller display than the Plus at 6.1 inches - the 0.3-inch spacing Samsung instituted between the four S10s. And then with a smaller display a smaller battery is in order, the 3,400mAh capacity a slightly bigger downgrade than the diagonal. And that's about it - unless you absolutely insist on 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, an option only available in Plus size.


7. Samsung Galaxy S10+

Now, just because we opened so bluntly, doesn't mean all of that isn't true - there is, indeed, a hole in the display, but it's one gorgeous AMOLED panel that covers almost the entirety of the phone, plus the hole is not simply a hole but an all-new 4K-capable dual pixel selfie camera.




Also true, there's a third camera on the back of the S10+ and S10, the missing ultra wide angle piece of the S9+'s camera puzzle, completing what is in our minds the smartphone camera trifecta. At least for now.

And the chipset is new and almighty, and there's more RAM than on many people's laptops, and the S10+ can be had with up to a terabyte of internal storage - the hardware is top-class. Here's a rundown of what makes up a Galaxy S10+.



8. Redmi Note 7

The Redmi Note 7 is an embodiment of Xiaomi's philosophy when it comes to smartphones, and the Redmi phones have become the benchmark for mid-range devices. And one would argue that the mid-range segment has seen the biggest improvement over the years with the ever declining prices of components and tech. It will be interesting to see whether the Redmi Note 7 was able to benefit from that and whether it will match the success of its predecessors.



The company says the Redmi Note 7 has gone through the same quality control as Xiaomi's top-shelf smartphones. The huge 48MP sensor on the back of the Redmi Note 7 should take some sweet daylight and nighttime shots. The sensor is quite big at 1/2", though the individual pixel size is not that large at 0.8µm pixels. Let's start with the front panel where the 6.3-inch LCD IPS panel resides.

It features fairly thin side bezels but compensates with a thick-looking chin and upper bezel, which was to be expected given the price point of the handset. which also runs on Android 9.0 Pie with MIUI 10 on top but we found some small differences with the Redmi Note 7's build. The chipset itself incorporates an octa-core CPU with 4x Kryo 260 cores ticking at 2.2 GHz and 4x of the same cores but clocked at 1.8 GHz. This ensures sensibly better performance than the Snapdragon 636.


9. Apple iPhone XR

The iPhone XR has a 6.1-inch, IPS LCD with a resolution of 1792x828. This gives it a pixel density of 326PPI, which is identical to the iPhone 8 and previous small screen iPhones but less than the Plus sized iPhones (401PPI), and the iPhone X, XS and XS Max (458PPI).



The iPhone XR ships with iOS 12, or to be precise, iOS 12.0.1. We have covered iOS 12 in the past and the software experience is generally similar or identical to other iPhones, from the most expensive iPhone XS Max to the five-year-old iPhone 5s.

The iPhone XR has a single 12MP f1.8 camera on the back with OIS and quad-LED two-tone flash. The camera is capable of recording videos in up to 4K60. On the front is Apple's TrueDepth camera system with a single 7MP f2.2 camera and 1080p60 video.



The selfie camera is the same 7MP f/2.2 camera you get on the iPhone XS so at least in this respect the phones are identical camera-wise.

The image quality is the same too. In low-light, the camera can use the so-called Retina flash, where your screen lights your face up in particular color to provide more pleasing skin tones depending on the color of the available light. The iPhone XR ships with the same brand new 7nm A12 Bionic chipset found inside the new iPhone XS.


This is Apple's own custom designed chipset, with a custom 64-bit six-core CPU that has two high-performance cores (Vortex) and four high-efficiency cores (Tempest), in a big.LITTLE configuration that lets the CPU controller decide which cluster is suited for a particular task or run all six at the same time. The Vortex cores are said to be 15% faster and consume 40% less power than the Monsoon cores from A11 Bionic, and the Tempest cores are said to consume 50% less power than the Mistral cores from last year.


10. Apple iPhone 8

The iPhone 8 is out with an all-glass design, the powerful new chip, the improved camera and, at long last, wireless charging. The True Tone support for the display is duly noted. The doubled base storage and Bluetooth 5 support are welcome additions as well.



iPhone 8 is built with most durable glass ever used in a smartphone. The phone has a 4.7-inch LCD Multi-Touch display with IPS technology and a pixel resolution of 1334-by-750- at 326 ppi. It also has a Fingerprint sensor built into the Home button. Apple iPhone 8 comes in three colour variants ? Gold, Silver and Space Grey. The device is available in 32GB, 256GB and 512GB variants with price starting from $699.

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