Which Cell Phone is Best For Me? The Cell Phones Dilemma

Have you ever needed to purchase a cell phone and frankly didn’t know where to start to select a cell phone that’s right for you? ” Which cell phone is best for me? ” you ask. There are numerous makers, numerous services and numerous options. Here we will provide some helpful information to help bring some clarity to some of the unknowns. We have highlighted a few of the brands and services available.

Cell Phone Makers


The newest Samsung Galaxy S10 is marketed as the “Next Generation” cell phone with a host of new technology, including a fingerprint sensor, a MicroSC slot, wireless power sharing, a headphones jack, with excellent camera, battery and gaming performance and automatic monthly security updates.

According to Samsung the Galaxy S10 phones get about 24 hours of mixed use. This phone comes in three Verizon, the S10, S10 Plus and S10e and are all IP68 waterproof, have 10 megapixel selfie cameras with at least two excellent rear cameras with optical image stabilization and a 19-MP ultra-wide camera with a 123-degree field of view, have power sharing, 6 to 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of internal storage, a MicroSD slot and the latest Snapdragon 855 chipset in all models.

The headphone earbuds are hi-res audio and have Dolby Atmos and an equalizer built-in. With any cell phone you buy, we recommend purchasing a sturdy case for protection.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 ($900 +), 6.1-inch, HDR-certified, with vivid AMOLDED screen, has the new in-display ultrasonic 3-D scanner fingerprint sensor, a curved-edge screen, a slightly larger battery that the S10e, a triple rear camera that offers a 12-megapixel telephoto lens (2X optical zoom), bigger battery and 8GB RAM. Swap between camera lenses with the touch of a button and scroll in and out, with automatic lenses switching when appropriate. The new “Infinity-O” selfie camera display is located at the top right corner of the screen.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus ($1,000 +), 6.4-inch, is the same as the S10 with a slightly larger screen, dual selfie cameras, bigger battery and the option to upgrade to 1 TB of memory.

The Samsung Galaxy S10e ($750 +), 5.8-inch HDR-certified, with vivid AMOLDED screen, has a top-of-the-line processor, a standard fingerprint sensor on its power button, a flat screen, dual rear cameras and 6 GB RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 ($620) and the S9 Plus are very good top rated phones if you are not ready for the cost of the S10, the Galaxy S9 is a great option. It has an excellent Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and the new One UI interface with rear fingerprint sensor, is IP68 waterproof, has super speed dual pixel camera and an Infinity edge-to-edge display.

Click on the “Samsung Cell Phones” link in the side bar to get details on specific Samsung cell phones, including more competitively priced phones for any budget.


The LG V40 ($750) is the top of the line LG cell phone with a 6.4-inch OLED display, powerful Snapdragon 845 processor and 6GB RAM. This cell phone comes with an exceptional camera package including two front selfie lenses (8MP and 5 MP) and three rear camera sensors (12 MP main sensor, 16MP super wide-angle and 12 MP telephoto lenses).

The LG G7 ThinQ ($600), Factory Unlocked Cell Phone has a 6.1-inch LCD display screen, 64 GB and is a great cell phone for music lovers. It has a loud built-in Boom box speaker system, 3.5mm headphone jack, DTS: 3D Surround, X for Bluetooth headphones and a Hi-Fi Quad DAC. The dual 16MP/16MP wide rear cameras have glass lenses. This cell phone requires 1 Lithium battery (included).

LG Stylo 4 ($180) has a 6.2-inch Full HD display screen, a single 13MP rear camera and a large 3,300 mAh battery with USB-C charging. This phone also includes a stylus pen. This is a good cell phone with a budget price.

Click on the Side Bar “LG Cell Phones” page of this website for lower priced options and phone descriptions.


iPhone XR ($750) is the latest release iphone. It has a 6.1-inch display, 64 GB, IP67 water and dust resistant, wireless charging with Qi chargers, 12 Bionic with next-generation Neural Engine, has a rear 12MP camera with OIS and a front 7MP TrueDepth camera and Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay.

iPhone XS ($999 retail, but available with data plans), with A12 Bionic SoC processor, 4GB LTE Speed, 64GB Internal Memory Storage, 5.8-inch all screen OLED Multi Touch display, with dual 12MP rear cameras with depth control/1.8 wide-angle lens and Super Retina Face ID.

Click on the Side Bar “Apple Cell Phones” page of this website for lower priced, Like-new, Refurbish iPhones available with warranty through Amazon.

Cell Phone Purchase Options

We hope you will take some time to check out the cell phone options we recommend, brands, prices ranges and purchase options, and find the cell phone that fits you best.

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4 thoughts on “Which Cell Phone is Best For Me? The Cell Phones Dilemma

  1. Amber Reply

    Thanks for providing this breakdown of some really great options. Me personally, I have an Apple and I usually use it until something breaks or I am forced to get a new one for one reason or another so I have a hard time keeping up with all the different phones out there and what they have to offer. Sometimes I fin myself interested in considering a completely different brand but am hesitant to have to learn a whole new OS…it’s like a new way of life! What brand do you recommend as far as ease of use and user friendliness?

    • admin Reply

      Thank you for your comment and question Amber. I totally understand, as I also usually wait until I start having issues before I start to look for a new phone. I personally like the Samsung phones, my husband likes the LG phones and my son like iphones. I think it is just a matter of taste and what you are used to. All of the cell phones can be pretty pricey for the latest and greatest versions. For the iphones, I have some recommended refurbished phones that have been check over very well and come with warranties for a fraction of the cost. You might consider checking these out when you are in the market for a new cell phone.

      Thanks again for your comments.


  2. Barbara Reply

    Thanks for sharing this article with us, Suzanne. There are so many options to choose from nowadays that it’s hard to choose just one.

    I personally like LG and am very happy with it. It never let me down before and I hope to continue with the brand for as long as I can. The one I currently have is starting to get old and a little slow, so I started searching for what could be a good upgrade.

    Thank you for your help on this website! Will for sure keep an eye on your posts.

    All the best,

    • admin Reply

      Thank you very much for your comment, Barbara. We have several LG products and have been very happy with each one.
      I hope you will keep mybestcellphones in mind when you are ready to make your purchase.

      Thanks Again,


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