• Premier League: Comparing the ‘Big Six’ to Clove Smartphones

    By Samantha Watson , August 8, 2018 - Leave a comment

    The Premier League has returned and with it, an end to transfer speculation, final standing predictions and unfounded over-excitement about your team’s possibilities.

    To get into the Premier League spirit, we decided to compare the ‘big six’ to Clove Technology smartphones.

     

    Manchester City: iPhone X

    iphonexThe Premier League has rarely, if ever, seen a side like last year’s Manchester City.

    The undeniable cream of the crop, Guardiola’s team played with flair and creativity; giving us football in its purest art form.

    In a similar fashion, the iPhone X has been crafted from premium parts to give us an impressive new experience. A near bezel-free design with an OLED display is stunning to the eye, whilst AR Support and Face Recognition, whilst not essential, are thoroughly enjoyable.

    The best iPhone yet and the best PL side yet. Costly, yes, however by all means worth the money spent.

    Apple iPhone X | £899 ex-VAT

     

    Manchester United: OnePlus 6

    OnePlus 6Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United side have split opinion, but one thing that is undoubtable is their ability to get the job done.

    From De Gea to Smalling and Fellaini to Lingard, the Red Devils are near unbreakable, and in a similar vein to the OnePlus 6, focus on the core necessities rather than providing unnecessary extras.

    OnePlus’ custom system has been optimised for pure efficiency and features some of the best hardware in the industry. So too, Jose’s United can match this, boasting the athletic Pogba, technical Sanchez and powerhouse Lukaku. You’re going to do get the job done with these two and done very well indeed.

    OnePlus 6 | £445 ex-VAT

     

    Liverpool: Huawei P20 Pro

    Huawei P20 ProIf Liverpool are going to do it, it’s unlikely going to be due to a solid defence and a plethora of clean sheets. Rather, they’ll look to the ‘Fab Three’ of Salah, Firmino and Mane to fire them to glory.

    So too, the Huawei P20 Pro has a triple threat of its own; boasting the first Leica triple-lens camera featured on a smartphone. The device takes spectacular photos every time and with a 6.1-inch display looks really impressive.

    Liverpool aren’t a bad team to watch themselves, but is this firepower enough to take them all the way?

    Psst… just make sure it’s ‘slip proof’ with one of our Huawei P20 Pro cases…

    Huawei P20 Pro | from £583.33 ex-VAT

     

    Chelsea: Samsung Galaxy S9

    The Samsung Galaxy S9 really does offer a bit of everything; a stunning Infinity Display, revolutionary camera technology, AR, Live Translation with Bixby, the list goes on…

    Similarly, Chelsea offer quality all over the pitch; the skill of Hazard, the work rate of Kante, the vision of Fabregas and the reliability of Azpilicueta. It’s this all-round excellence that keeps the Galaxy S range and The Blues as serious contenders year after year.

    Both offer very solid solutions, providing enough flair to keep you wanting more.

     

    Samsung Galaxy S9 | From £462.49 ex-VAT

     

    Tottenham Hotspur: Google Pixel 2

    Google Pixel 2 XL SIM Free UK Rear CloveWhat immediately springs to mind when you think of Spurs’ chances of the title? Probably Harry Kane, right?

    Now think of the Google Pixel 2 and try not to immediately picture the shooter of its own.

    Both club and device have recently shot to glory for their shooting abilities. The Pixel 2 comes with very impressive photography software, alongside a near unbeatable performance. Tottenham have a lot to thank for Kane’s goals over the last few seasons, however are also one of the hardest working sides year after year.

    Both Spurs and the Pixel 2 tend to go under the radar a little bit; but both definitely deserve our attention.

    Google Pixel 2 | from £465.55 ex-VAT

     

    Arsenal: Honor 10

    Honor-10The Honor 10’s gorgeous mirror finish has been turning heads, much like Arsenal’s brand of quick pass-and-move football that has paraded the Premier League for the past decade.

    Arsenal look to have finally found the striker they have so desperately needed since the departure of Henry in Aubameyang, who could well strike them to a needed top four finish. Similarly, the Honor 10, delivering an impressive AI processor, has taken it’s shooting abilities up a notch with a dual rear camera set up measuring in at 24MP & 16MP.

    With a new man in charge, do both have what it takes to compete with the best? They’ll certainly give it a good go.

    Honor 10 | From £329.17 ex-VAT

    Samantha Watson

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