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Smartphones have changed how they look in the past years, and now, manufacturers want you to buy best full screen phones.

Now, they do this by making their devices having more screens in more pleasing way.

So, I’m sure you’d probably love to get an all-screen phone, with very high screen-to-body ratio.

Not just because that’s what is trending right now, but because they are generally pleasing to look at.

Speaking of trends, I’ll be listing out some of the best all-screen phones you can get yourself right now.

So that if that’s your criteria for buying your next smartphone, you won’t have to worry much.

Lenovo Z5 Pro

Lenovo isn’t something you’d call a “household brand” but they still make some really impressive devices nonetheless.

The Lenovo Z5 Pro comes with a whopping 95.06% screen-to-body ratio: that makes it sufficiently an all-screen smartphone.

Outside the 6.39 inch AMOLED spanning across almost the whole front of the phone, the Z5 Pro has some impressive spec too.

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That screen has a 1080p resolution, and is powered by a 3,350mAh battery. 6GB of RAM and 64 or 128GB of storage.

Oppo Find X

Let me just break it to you, Chinese brands such as Oppo typically take on a more active approach when it comes to smartphone screen technology,

And with the Oppo Find X, that is quite evident. The device has got 93.8% Screen-to-Body ratio: that’s very high!

You’ve got basically nothing on the front of the phone-just screen.

The front and rear facing cameras are hidden away in a motorised cut-out which pops out from the top of the phone, and then pop right back in when you’re done using it.

It is also a very solid device generally; it’s got a very powerful Snapdragon chipset, ample 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and 3,730mAh of Battery.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3

If you’ve come to know the Xiaomi brand, you’re not alone. The brand literally took the smartphone market by storm.

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Their major aim is to produce smartphones that are “more for less”.

But that doesn’t mean they haven’t got their flagship device, and for a time, it was the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3.

Amongst all the other things, it’s got a very high 93.4% screen-to-body ratio.

That’s all of the fronts of the phone and if you’re out for that sort of thing, you’ll be very pleased with the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3.

Oppo Reno

It is mentioned a second time on this list, and that’s because of the Oppo Reno.

literally cracked the code on how to make the front of the phone all screen and nothing else.

The Oppo Reno has a screen-to-ratio of 93.1% and stows away the front-facing camera in a “shark-fin” cutout that pops out when it’s needed and back in when you’re in.

To back that, Oppo didn’t skimp on any of the specifications of the Oppo Reno.

Samsung Galaxy A80

Samsung does find its way into this list, and that’s because of the awesome full screen Samsung Galaxy A80.

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Given how popular Samsung is for making quality devices, the Galaxy A80 is a full screen device with a difference.

At 85.8% screen-to-body ratio, it isn’t as outrageous as the aforementioned devices.

But you’ve still got a big, beautiful screen to play with on the front.

It hides away the only array of cameras it has in a very trippy “slide-out” mechanism.

The camera array acts as the rear-facing camera, and can be slid out and rotated to act as the front-facing camera.


I can say 2019 is the year of the best full screen phones, and I won’t be too far from the truth.

You’ve got phones pushing through the limits of what a smartphone screen should look like.

And luckily for you, if that’s what you’re looking for, you’ve got some of the best full-screen devices mentioned above.

These devices would spoil you silly with screen real estate, and you’d almost always want to go back to it if you put it down.


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