Best Dual-SIM Android Phones Android Central 2019

Dual-SIM phones have always been popular in Asian markets, and they're now starting to catch on in the U.S. A dual-SIM phone offers more flexibility in that you can use two different numbers on the same device, and it is also great for those who travel a lot. You can effectively use your primary SIM and pick up a local SIM to use on the same device, negating the need to carry two phones. These are the best dual-SIM Android phones in 2019.

Fast has a new name: OnePlus 7 Pro

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All variants of the OnePlus 7 Pro come with a dual SIM card slot as standard. The device itself is powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 855 chipset, and with the front camera now hidden behind a motorized slider, you get an all-screen front that's immersive. The 90Hz display delivers buttery-smooth scrolling, there's now a 48MP camera at the back, and you get 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage with the base variant.

$669 at OnePlus

True flagship: Samsung Galaxy S10+

The Galaxy S10+ that's sold in the U.S. has a single SIM card slot, but you can pick up the international model on Amazon. The S10+ has a gorgeous new design with a hole-punch cutout for the dual front cameras, and you get IP68 water resistance and wireless charging. Combine that with the best display you'll find on a phone today and it's easy to see why it is the best Android flagship currently available.

$779 at Amazon

Take great selfies: ASUS ZenFone 6

The motorized slider is just one way of getting rid of the cutout; brands like ASUS have instead opted for a rotating camera. The ZenFone 6 has a rotating module that flips over from the back when you want to take a selfie. What that means is that you get to take selfies with the 48MP primary camera, leading to much better shots. The phone is running the Snapdragon 855, a clean UI without any customizations, and a massive 5000mAh battery.

$549 at Amazon

Upgrade your camera: Xiaomi Mi 9

Xiaomi has always offered great value, and the mi 9 is no different. The phone is packing the 48MP Sony IMX 586 sensor, and is currently the device to beat when it comes to camera quality in this segment. It's also running the Snapdragon 855, a stunning AMOLED display, and is the first phone in the world to offer 20W wireless charging. And it manages to do all this while costing less than other value flagships.

$495 at Amazon

Excellent value: POCO F1

The POCO F1 took the smartphone industry by storm last year for its value. The device featured a Snapdragon 845 with liquid cooling, a 4000mAh battery, and an FHD+ 6.1-inch display. You're not really missing out on much from devices that cost twice as much, and the value on offer makes the POCO F1 a great option in 2019. Like all Xiaomi phones, you get a dual SIM card slot with dual VoLTE.

$320 at Amazon

Best on a budget: Nokia 4.2

The Nokia name is synonymous with great budget phones in the U.S., and the Nokia 4.2 furthers that belief. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 439 chipset, and has a tiny waterdrop cutout at the front. It has a dedicated button for Google Assistant, and the power button has an LED ring that lights up for incoming notifications and calls. With two SIM card slots and compatibility with AT&T and T-Mobile, the Nokia 4.2 is an excellent budget option.

$189 at Amazon

There's something for everyone here

Best Dual-SIM Android Phones in 2019

There isn't any shortage of great options if you're looking for a phone with dual SIM card slots in 2019. The OnePlus 7 Pro in particular stands out for the hardware on offer coupled with the clean software experience with OxygenOS. There's a lot to like in the OnePlus 7 Pro, but the main highlight is the 90Hz AMOLED display, which is absolutely stunning. The high-res panel along with the 90Hz refresh rate makes scrolling silky smooth, and you're not going to see any lag in day-to-day usage.

That's because of the Snapdragon 855 chipset coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The OnePlus 7 Pro is rocking the latest UFS 3.0 storage, which offers significantly more bandwidth than UFS 2.1. Basically, this is about as future-proof as phones get in 2019. There's also a 48MP camera at the back joined by a wide-angle lens and a zoom module, and the motorized slider at the front eliminates the need for a cutout.

If you're looking for something more budget-friendly, the Nokia 4.2 is an excellent choice. HMD has made its name in the budget segment, and the Nokia 4.2 is officially available in the U.S. and is one of the best devices you'll find for under in this price range.

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