eGlobal is a procurement agency for small and medium sized businesses. We are currently creating a global procurement system so our customers can get the best price for all their gadgets and consumables in one place, quickly and effectively. While we continue to develop this, please visit our partner's websites to find some great tech deals. We've also provided some tips and charts to help you find the right device for your needs. For any questions, please e-mail

Come to us for the best deals on:

  • Mobiles
  • Tablets
  • Computers
  • Computer Accessories
  • Wearables
  • Cameras
  • Camera Lenses
  • Headphones
  • Speakers
  • Smart Devices

Best Phones

Tech Advisor – Top 10

  1. Google Pixel 3
  2. Samsung Galaxy S9
  3. OnePlus 6T
  4. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
  5. Apple iPhone XS
  6. Apple iPhone XR
  7. LG V40 ThinQ
  8. Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro
  9. Huawei P20 Pro
  10. Samsung Galaxy Note 9

T3 – Top 10

  1. Apple iPhone XS / XS Max
  2. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
  3. Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  4. Apple Iphone XR
  5. Huawei P20 Pro
  6. Google Pixel 3 XL
  7. Samsung Galaxy S9
  8. Honor 10
  9. OnePlus 6T
  10. Sony Xperia XZ3

Stuff – Top 10

  1. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
  2. OnePlus 6T
  3. Apple iPhone XS
  4. Samsung Galaxy S9
  5. Honor 9 Lite
  6. Moto G6 Plus
  7. Honor 8X
  8. Sony Xperia XZ3
  9. Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  10. Google Pixel 3XL

Tech Radar – Top 10

  1. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
  2. Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  3. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
  4. iPhone XS / iPhone XS Max
  5. Huawei P20 Pro
  6. Samsung Galaxy S9
  7. Google Pixel 3 XL
  8. OnePlus 6T
  9. G7 ThinQ
  10. iPhone X

GSM Arena – Top 10

  1. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro
  2. OnePlus 6
  3. Xiaomi Mi A1 (Mi 5X)
  4. Apple iPhone X
  5. Huawei Mate 10 Pro
  6. Samsung Galaxy S9+
  7. Nokia 7 plus
  8. OnePlus 5T
  9. Xiaomi Pocophone F1
  10. Huawei P20 Pro

Pocket Lint – Top 10

  1. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
  2. Apple iPhone XS Max
  3. Samsung Galaxy S9+
  4. Huawei P20 Pro
  5. Honor Play
  6. OnePlus 6T
  7. Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  8. Google Pixel 3
  9. Apple iPhone XR
  10. Honor 10

Buying a Mobile Phone – Quick Tips

Operating System

Android gives you more choice, while iOS is easier to use. If you're torn between iOS and Android, opt for an iPhone if you want something that's easy to use and gets both the hottest apps first and the timeliest software updates. Android is the better option if you want more hardware choices and more affordable options.


Don't pay more than you need to for a phone. While the iPhone XS, Galaxy S9 and premium Android phones are expensive, there are much cheaper unlocked-phone options out there.

Screen Size

Get the right size screen. Buy a phone with a screen smaller than 5.5 inches if one-hand use is important to you or if you have smaller hands. If you’re going to be watching a lot of video content or playing games, get a bigger-screen phone. You’ll also need a bigger screen of you’re looking to take advantage of the multiwindow mode in Android.

Screen Spec

For a phone's display, colour quality and brightness matter more than resolution. A 4K screen on a phone is nice to have but probably overkill at present. Pay more attention to how bright the display is, so it will be easy to see outdoors, and how colourful the panel is (AMOLED panels are better than LCD in this regard). The very latest phones offer high dynamic range (HDR) for displaying even more colours.

Battery Life

Along with battery life, the camera has become the most important smartphone feature. Pay attention to specs such as aperture (lower numbers are better) and special features such as dual lenses and optical image stabilization. Ignore the megapixels.


The processor matters less than it used to. Even midrange phones now offer good-enough performance for most users. However, if you want the most power for games and augmented reality, buy a phone with the latest and fastest processor.


Don't settle for a smartphone that lasts less than 10 hours on a charge. Even budget phones now boast long-lasting batteries.


Get at least 32GB of storage. Phones with 16GB should no longer be considered good value, even if they're budget models. Opt for 32GB if you can to store more games, photos and video. 64GB is the new standard for flagship phones. A microSD card slot is nice to have for expanding storage, but it's only available on certain Android phones.