We've rounded up the best upcoming android smartphones for 2017. Those we consider to be the best beyond all platforms, and we've regularly updated that list as the smartphone world has evolved. Check out the most anticipated android phones next year.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge
Samsung had sure-fire hits issues with the Galaxy S7, especially in the S7 edge model. The company's standing in mobile may suffer a little following the Note 7's battery problems, so the Galaxy S8 might have to be extra special. You can also anticipate The Galaxy S8 is set to run Android Nougat with Samsung's TouchWiz interface, which isn't bad these days.
The OnePlus 4
No doubt the OnePlus 4 will continue this trend, so keep an eye out for the Chinese company's next move. Despite the fact,we're unlikely to see what that next move is until next June.With Google's discontinuation of the budget-oriented Nexus flagships, OnePlus finds itself in a Highly position. The OnePlus 3 and 3T are powerful and impressive phones available for very competitive prices; they are top-notch available in the "budget flagship" category. That makes the 2017 OnePlus 4 something to look forward to next year.
The Nokia D1C
The upcoming phone is reportedly called the Nokia D1C and will roll out in two variants. There will be a smaller 5-inch model with a 1080p screen, 2GB of RAM, a 13MP camera, and will power by Snapdragon 430 ARM chip. The larger 5.5-inch model will be equipped with 3GB of RAM and sports a 16MP camera, but it'll keep the processor and 1080p resolution.
The LG G6
The G6 will be able to match to GS8 in specs with possibly be powered by Snapdragon 835 and 4GB of RAM. LG is expected to stick with a removable battery as one of its detailed features. The wide-angle camera will probably endure on the phone as well. LG is speculated to be looking at upgrading the build quality of the phone, including waterproofing and an aluminum frame more likely the V20′s. It might also switch from LCD to OLED for the display, giving the G6 compatibility for Google's Daydream VR.
The HTC 11
HTC has announced its new phones at MWC in past years, but skipped the show in 2016 and held its own event to release the HTC 10. Everyone is expecting its successor to be rolled out in April 2017 and to have the upgrades you'd expect: a faster processor, more RAM and hopefully a better battery life.