Best Small Phones of 2020

 

The tug of war between the more compact and the more impressively sizable has always been a feature to look for when it comes to the latest releases. While some want as much high-fidelity screen space as possible, there are still many who value a smaller and more convenient screen.

Here, we’re going to look at some of the best small phones of 2020 and how they stack up against one another. We’ll look at the tech, the features, the reliability of the devices themselves, and more to help you find the best.

Apple iPhone SE 2020

While the recent leaks from supposedly confirming details on the iPhone 12 series may have a lot of people in a fuss, those looking for a smaller model may be looking more closely at the budget-friendly but powerful addition to their Special Edition line. It possesses the same fast A13 Bionic Chipset that powers the iPhone 11 series, but in an iPhone 8 inspired design. Furthermore, it has one of the best single best single-camera systems on the market, bringing high-end power to compact phones in a way that few manufacturers are doing anymore.

Google Pixel 4

If you’re more on an Android fan, then this 5.7-inch device, with a bright and beautiful 90Hz OLED screen might be more up your alley. It’s not the smallest or even second smallest phone on this list, but it has one of the best dual-lens cameras available, not to mention a Face Unlock feature that actually works. On top of the security improvements, it’s also aided by AI software features, such as the ability to respond to your hand gestures, using them as shortcuts to open some of the phone’s most commonly used features.

Xiaomi Mi 9 SE

While now a year old, one of the best phones of the last generation still remains at the top of the game when it comes to compact choices. It has a fantastic triple camera setup with a telephoto lens and great performance for being as budget-friendly as it is thanks to the Snapdragon 712. However, it is getting harder to find compared to some of the other phones featured here, and lacks a headphone jack, which might not be the best fit for those of you looking for a compact phone-meets-Mp3 player.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro

While it might not be as small as the 4.7-inch screen SE 2020, the 5.8-inch 11 Pro, with its A13 Bionic chipset powering a fantastic OLED screen, brings the best premium technology to sub-6-inch phones. Before too long it was the smallest new iPhone on the market. While that’s no longer true, it still has the longest battery life of any phone in the series, the fastest CPU around, right now, and a phenomenal triple camera system with an impressive night mode.

Samsung Galaxy S10e

The latest of Samsung’s flagship phones, it’s similar in a lot of ways to the Google Pixel 4, what with the 5.8 inch OLED screen and even the fact that they’re both powered by the fast-paced Snapdragon 855 CPU. The slender design keeps it as the most convenient and comfortable flagship to hold in your hand, and it’s also one of the cheaper flagships on the market, due to moving from a triple-camera system to dual rear cameras, instead. That said, it’s just as powerful as the other phones in the S10 models, which is impressive for a phone its size.

Google Pixel 3a

If affordability is your key focus right now, but you still want decent performance and one of the better cameras on the market, then the 5.6 inch OLED sporting Pixel 3a is more likely to be your best bet. It has the kind of prices you simply would not see in flagship adjacent phones until now, and still comes with an impressive 12.2-megapixel rear camera, the very same thing in their latest flagship model despite being pretty much half of the same price. It doesn’t have the performative power with its older CPU and less RAM, however.

Which of the Best Small Phones of 2020 should you choose?

From the latest iPhone SE to the Samsung Galaxy S10e, the differences between the phones offer enough variety that finding the very best is very much a matter of personal preference. Phone comparison websites offer a much deeper look at the differences between each to help you find which works best for you.

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