The Best Smartphones In The World You Can Buy Now
This year has been great for smartphone buyers, seeing the arrival of stellar handsets such as the Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, LG G6 and more that gave the market a much-needed boost with a number of never before seen technologies.
This flagship killer does everything well and truly excel in areas such as screen resolution and camera quality. The OnePlus 3T is still arguably good in value as it is packed with 3,400mAh battery, offering a larger 128GB capacity option with Snapdragon 821 processor. The front-facing selfie camera has been improved up to 16-megapixels. The OnePlus 3T is the best Android experience you're going to find on the market.
Google Pixel XL
A Google smartphone with excellent cameras, stunning 12-megapixel camera, 5.5-inch quad-HD display. Powered by Snapdragon 821 CPU coupled with 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage plus Google's new Assistant. This is an AI, like Siri, that searches the web for handy info and details. Google Pixel XL is indeed a great phone.
Apple iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus
Apple's iPhone stands for the best mix of design, usability, and processing power. Apple's most recent flagship smartphones both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models bring improved cameras, speedy performance, and long lasting battery life.
Huawei P10 Plus
The P10 Plus is Huawei's best smartphone yet, and one of the finest Android phones in early 2017. Its Leica engineered dual cameras are superb, while the 5.5-inch display is crisp and bright. Under the hood is 3,750mAh battery that manages to make it through the day and it can be powered up via the very fast Supercharger in little over an hour.
Moto G5 2017
The latest Moto G is an example of a near-perfect budget-friendly smartphone that continues an impressive run of form from Motorola lineup. The screen size from 5.5-inches to 5-inches, thus making it significantly more handy to hold. It comes with 16GB of storage as standard with a microSD and a removable battery. The camera has 13-megapixels and is still surprisingly good for the money. The underlying operating system has been updated to Android 7.0 Nougat, making everything feel fresh and updated.
The LG G6's camera offers bright, colorful and sharp photos. Powered by Snapdragon 821 CPU, it is coupled with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage with microSD slot too. The 3,300 mAh battery will get you through the day and the dual-lens camera set up is great in changeable conditions.
Samsung Galaxy S8
The best smartphone you can buy right now is probably the Galaxy S8. It's powerful, takes superb photos, and is stunning and comes with bigger variant too. The phone boasts a new Infinity Display that stretches all the way from edge to edge of the screen. The screen is also sharp, crisp, and colorful. The S8 is also the fastest performing smartphone in the market and has the best cameras tested in a phone. As for battery life, this handset offers a longer battery capacity than the prev-gen Samsung Galaxy series.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
While the Samsung Galaxy S8 may be the ultimate Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S7 Edge is still a fantastic smartphone and considered as one of the best smartphones up to date. Galaxy S7 Edge, as well as its S7 sibling, have industry leading specifications, refined design, and award-winning capabilities.
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