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7 Amazing Best Buy Android Phones in 2018

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The past year brought us new technologies at a fast pace, one example of which is the revolution of the Android phone. To people who do not have an Android phone yet, this is the chance for you to read carefully what it is.

What is Android?

Android is an open-source, Linux-based, operating mechanism applicable on handphones, tablets, PCs, e-readers and other handy devices. For smartphones users, Android gives easy accessibility to social media channels like Google Maps, Games, Gmail, Facebook, YouTube Channel, Instagram, and Calendar.

While Google owns the operating system, it should not be in conflict with a Google Chrome OS, a web dweller, thin-client OS primarily designed for netbook and tablet rather than for mobile phones.

How does it work?

Because of its mobile capability, Android has become famous among mobile hardware as compared to the past. Viewers can download applications from Google anytime, and because it’s an open market, software enhancers can create the various application without going through review and approval.

Some users they can download from smartphone stores applications as they are all connected with Google services. The capability of Android to support navigational mechanisms and other electronics has encouraged industries to select Android operating system.

What Android Phones are the Best Buys in 2017?


Many hardware manufacturers build their phones on Android operating systems. However, only a few of these Android phones are classified as the world’s best. Let me enumerate the best Android phones, the top 7 phones you will be tempted to own in 2017. We’ll start with the seventh best down to the top number one:

7: ZTE Axon V

The ZTE Axon Pro was created in 2015. It was a nice phone but fell short in some original features. It emerges in the market with only one option for storage, absent of expandable memory, and the dual camera at the back setup is a little gimmicky.

It bears a 5.5-inch, the display is Quad HD AMOLED, the processor is the latest, Snapdragon, a lot of RAM, multiple storage selections, expandable memory up to 256GB. It has speakers front-facing, 24 hours battery charge, camera, and superb design. While some features need some polishing, it can compete with the best in Android stores.

6: Moto Z Force

The Moto Z Force is larger than the former Moto Z, thicker and a significant increase in height has modules attach via magnet. You can purchase external module batteries, speakers and a projector for this phone.

They come with 5.5-inch Quad HD AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM, onboard storage, expandable memory, and run Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. The Moto Z Force is thicker, with a 3500mAH battery, and have a shatterproof display. These phones are the cheapest phones on the market but they one of the best.

5: LG V20

The LG V20 is the best phone for power users with a great HD Quad display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 processor, large RAM onboard storage, 16MP dual cameras rear-facing, and 3,200mAh removable battery.

The second screen was making its comeback with additional quad DAC, military-friendly durability, and it’s on board Android 7.0 Nougat. If you’re looking for top-of-the-line specifications and amazing features, this is the answer.

4: Huawei Mate 9

Huawei made it to the top over the years with its P9 and the current Mate 9. With a display of 5.9-inch, a bully Kirin 960 processor, dual-sim capability, and a camera set-up, Mate 9 is one of the amazing phones this year.

While the display is only 1080P and software is a little odd, we still thought the tag price is too high but worth it. It you want a phone with longer battery life and excellent performance, you won’t get wrong with Mate 9. But if you’re money has no limits in buying smartphones, Porsche Design Mate 9 won’t get you wrong. It’s one of the best.

3: OnePlus 3T

OnePlus surprised the market when they released the OnePlus 3Tand this will surely keep the fan of One Plus raving to get one. With its excellent SnapDragon 821 processor with 6GB RAM support, the #T definitely soars up to surfing, games and other sophisticated tasks.

With a huge battery of 3,400mAh, that will be a day long one single charging power. Also, cameras are now at the 16MP rear and front sensors, dual-sim slot, and a fingerprint sensor in front.

2:  Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge

Samsung did a demolition job with its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Many users thought it as near perfect phones, but failure to incorporate removable batteries and expandable storage flawed the 2015 flagship.

Now with the S7 Galaxy and Edge S7 getting through easy to the majority of Samsung fans, it fixes many S6 problems in the past. While removable batteries are not part and parcel of the latest line, expandable storage was included as a backup of the 32 GB storage gets flunked.

Their specs are top of the line with Quad HD Super AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processors, 4GB RAM onboard, 12 MP rear camera and runs the latest Android. These smartphones may be a little too high price, but these are the best.

1: Google Pixel and Pixel XL

Finally, Google Pixel XL has emerged, amazing and excellent smartphones. They are equipped with the most sophisticated software feature which is exclusive and best in the camera that had ever existed.

They have AMOLED display, a snapDragon 821 processor, 4GB RAM with plenty of storage and lifetime battery. The design of these phones may not be so attractive to buyers, but these phones are the premium kind and the best among the best.

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About the author

Jenny Granados

Jenny Granados is a passionate blogger and a gadget enthusiast. She likes to keep herself up to date with the latest technology trends and advancements. She is a writer in behalf of Skyphonez.

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