If you are looking for a new phone right now, you will be happy to learn this is a great time to be a techophile. Android phones have never been more popular and when you see what is on the market right now you will totally understand why: because Android phones have never been more diverse or as advanced.
Of course, mobile technology is better than ever, but also, consumer demand continues to become more diverse as well. This challenges tech makers to develop versatile machines that still feel familiar. As such, here are the most desired Android devices on the market right now.
First off, we have to look at the Samsung Galaxy S7 (and the Galaxy S7 Edge). Of course, these are basically the same phone, but the latter offers a slight “edge” so-to-speak over its base model. In terms of looks and performance, both phones are nearly the same in function. And the Samsung Galaxy series continues to lead the market in the criterion trifecta of camera-display-battery. However, if you want the bigger display and the better battery, opt for the slightly larger Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
If battery life is your biggest bane then you should opt for the Huawei Mate 8. More a phablet than a phone, the large Mate 8 has a massive 4,000 mAh battery, offering more endurance than any other phone released today. Even with intense use, this impressive battery can last a day and a half—which basically means two days of use from one charge is perfectly within expectation. With light use, this device could easily go more than two days without a charge.
If it is processing speed you are after, then you probably will want to look at the OnePlus 3. You probably haven’t heard of this manufacturer before and that’s because they generally operate in foreign markets, making more affordable devices than other, more known manufacturers. However, you should know that the One Plus’ flagship-killing device earned the title of “fastest Android smartphone on the market” in 2016, thanks, probably, to its Snapdragon 820 processor.
All of the phones listed so far hover in the “premium” bracket so if you are looking for something more within an affordable range, harken one model back to the OnePlus 2. Sure, OnePlus has just released the 3 (and it is the best in terms of processing speed) the OnePlus 2 is still a viable contender. Ok, it does not have NFC or fast-charging capabilities but for under $300 it offers more than most others in the range.
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