Top smartphones of 2021, reviewed – The Washington Post


And what about the iPhone 13 Pro ($999+)? It shares many of the changes you’ll find in the regular 13, plus some extra flourishes to justify the extra money. Its screen is brighter still, so outdoor use isn’t a problem, and on-screen motion looks smoother because the display updates much faster. (It’s one of those things that sounds a little frivolous, but it’s nice to have for compatible games.) The iPhone 13 Pro’s chassis is also made of stainless steel, which is certainly nice to look at, but — to me, at least — makes it feel much more slippery than the standard 13.


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