There are some incredibly sophisticated and powerful smartphones out there and as you would expect, the list of top phones is dominated by the Android mobile operating system.
The biggest surprise in this round up is the appearance of Blackberry at number 20 and 19 with the BlackBerry Classic and BlackBerry Priv respectively.
Whilst according to Antonio Villas-Boas of Business Insider, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL are now the worlds best Smartphones, the list is still very much dominated by Apple iPhones with no less than 5 models in the Top 20.
Without a doubt, the iPhone 7 brings the best apps and ecosystem to its users. And by ecosystem, we mean the support you get from Apple if something goes wrong, as well as getting the latest software updates straight from Apple.
One of the biggest tech conferences of the year, Mobile World Congress, has come and gone, and it brought several new phones to our attention.
That includes new models from LG, Sony, and Motorola, which all come with a bunch of exciting new features.
We haven’t reviewed or spent enough quality time with the new phones to give them a definitive place on the list, but they’re worth checking out in case you’re in the market for a new machine to stream Netflix or lurk on social media.