Bring home a top rated Windows phones

Windows sells some top-rated smartphones; however, its popularity is not as high as Android or iOS due to which the sales are not able to pick up. The major factor is that on the one hand, most best rated Android phones have performed extremely well in satisfying the phone requirements of the world, only a few of the top rated Windows phones have been able to do it. Although Windows is slowly picking up by offering some top-rated smartphones, its previous phones have definitely caused harm to its established brand name.

One thing Windows has realized for the fact that it can either make the operating system or the handset. Therefore, it has partnered with HTC, HP, Nokia, Acer, etc. to get handsets manufactured, while the company itself provides the software. Nonetheless, the latest top rated Windows phones surely have some aspects that lure you into buying those gorgeous handsets.

  • Alcatel Idol
    Many reviewers have listed the 4S model as the top rated Windows phone of all times due to its amazing performance. Its operating system is marked by the Snapdragon 820 processor that is offered under $500.
  • Acer Liquid Jade Primo
    This is almost similar to Lumia 950 but a little pricier than it. With a 21-megapixel camera and 3 GB RAM, Windows has finally understood the success criteria behind the best rated Android phones.
  • Blu Win
    This brand offers various Windows phones such as the Blu Win Jr. that has the Windows 8.1 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 200. However, it is a pretty outdated phone, having a VGA front camera as well as a 5-megapixel camera and 512 MB RAM.
  • Lumia 950 XL
    This is another flagship phone from Windows produced by Microsoft that allows you to talk for 19 hours at a stretch.

Some of top-rated Android phones that have been major competitors of the top rated Windows phones, including Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Moto E4. Similarly, top-rated iPhones involve the Apple 8 Plus as well as the SE, which have one disadvantage and that is the price. There is no point in buying top-rated Windows phones that run on the Windows 8.1 operating system majorly because there is no surety whether they will allow an upgrade in the future. Even if they will, then also there is no confirmation regarding what is the last version they will support. Most phones may support the immediate update but not the future ones, so it makes no sense to buy brand new phones with 8.1 as the operating system. However, Windows is making an effort to keep its services and operating software up to date with the latest technological inventions via the Fall Creators Update.

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