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10 best Android Phones

The big ones are; Samsung, LG, Huawei, OnePlus and Google. The many variations in screen size, processor power, software features and design makes finding the best Android phone for you extremely tough.

So, here is the list of the best Android Phones.

1. Samsung Galaxy S9 plus

The best Android phone around

Release date: March 2018 | Weight: 189g | Dimensions: 158.1 x 73.8 x 8.5mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 6.2-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 / Exynos 9810 | RAM: 6GB | Storage: 64GB/128GB | Battery: 3,500mAh | Rear camera: Dual 12MP | Front camera: 8MP

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Pros:

Premium builds

Excellent low-light camera

Cons:

Battery doesn’t last as others in the list.

Samsung has once again taken the top spot of the best Android phone in the world right now.

Samsung’s latest Galaxy S9 Plus is in the top position of this list thanks to an incredible design, amazing display and some truly great power packed into the phone.

2. Samsung Galaxy S9

A great phone for the smaller-handed

Release date: March 2018 | Weight: 163g | Dimensions: 147.7 x 68.7 x 8.5mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 5.8-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 / Exynos 9810 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB/128GB | Battery: 3,000mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 8MP

Pros

Premium build

Excellent screen

Cons

Battery life not great

Single sensor on the rear

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is now the second best Android phone in world, missing out on top spot narrowly to its bigger brother which boasts an extra camera on the rear.




3. Huawei P20 Pro

The best phone Huawei has ever made

Release date: April 2018 | Weight: 180g | Dimensions: 155 x 73.9 x 7.8 mm | OS: Android 8.1 | Screen size: 6.1-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 2240 | CPU: Kirin 970 | RAM: 6GB | Storage: 128GB | Battery: 4,000mAh | Rear camera: 40MP + 20MP + 8MP | Front camera: 24MP

Pros

Amazing camera

Super pro battery life

Cons

Interface isn't market leader

Only full HD Display




4. LG G7 ThinQ

LG's latest phone is an impressive model

Release date: May 2018 | Weight: 167 | Dimensions: 153.2 x 71.9 x 7.9 mm | OS: Android 8.1 | Screen size: 6.1-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 3120 | CPU: Snapdragon 845 | RAM: 4/6GB | Storage: 64GB/128GB | Battery: 3,000mAh | Rear camera: Dual 16MP | Front camera: 8MP

Pros

Interesting Boombox speaker

Attractive design

Cons

Battery a little small

Performance not quite as good as other flagships




5. Huawei Mate 10 Pro

A battery warrior with a great camera

Weight: 178g | Dimensions: 154.2 x 74.5 x 7.9mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 6-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 2160 | CPU: Kirin 970 | RAM: 6GB | Storage: 128GB | Battery: 4000mAh | Rear camera: 20MP + 12MP | Front camera: 8MP

Pros

Great enthusiast camera

Class-leading battery

Cons

No headphone jack

No wireless charger

Huawei is getting really good at making competitive, high-end flagships these days and the Mate 10 Pro is a top Android phablet.




6. Samsung Galaxy Note 8

When it comes to being the biggest, Note 8 is the best

Weight: 195g | Dimensions: 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.6mm | OS: Android 7.1 | Screen size: 6.3-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Exynos 8895 | RAM: 6GB | Storage: 64/124/256GB | Battery: 3300mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 8MP

Pros

Samsung's best smartphone camera
'Infinity Display' is excellent
Cons
Very expensive
Speakers are a little weak
We have 3 Samsung at the top and that's because they're extremely good.




7. Google Pixel 2 XL

 
The knock-out camera is the star here
Weight: 175g | Dimensions: 157.9 x 76.7 x 7.9mm | OS: Android 8 | Screen size: 6-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2880 | CPU: Snapdragon 835 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64/128GB | Battery: 3520mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
Pros




Superb camera
Great design
Cons
No 3.5mm headphone port
Screen has poor viewing angles
Richard Sabinohttp://itspecialistdr.com
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