Which Android Smartphone Is Right For You?
Our Top Android Smartphone Options
Written By: Cassandra Bondie
Do you need an impressive Android Smartphone that will run smoothly, last longer, and help you stay connected with friends and family? We completely understand. Unlike Apple products and iPhones, Android Smartphones can be easily customized, creating a personalized experienced that you won't find anywhere else.
Android Smartphones often have unique processing systems, intense cameras, and other features that make them ideal for daily use. In this article, we're going to take a closer look at three of this year's most popular Android Smartphones. All three phones are impressive - but each phone caters to a different audience. Make sure the Android Smartphone you choose meets your individual needs. After all, not everyone uses their smartphone to achieve the same goals.
We're going to explore three Android Smartphone options that will meet and exceed your expectations. We'll start with the LG G6. We'll follow with the OnePlus 5. And we'll finish with the famous Google Pixel. If you don't find what you're looking for here, we suggest conducting deep research through several brands - including Apple, Google, and Samsung - to find a smartphone that will last for several years to come (or until you feel like upgrading).
The LG G6 is the newest release in the LG series. It seems "safe" compared to other models, but there are a number of notable features, including wide aspect ratio and wide angle ability. Battery life offers more than twenty hours, the screen size is nearly six inches, and storage capacity is a whopping 32 GB. This may be less than some Apple devices but, unlike iPhones with high onboard data storage, it comes at a reasonable price.
This Android Smartphone is being sold for anywhere from $400 to $750 depending on condition, version, and retailer. According to Verizon's description, "The LG G6 has a compact aluminum and glass body that fits comfortably in your hand, but its 5.7-inch screen gives you tablet-like views. Capture more striking photos with the innovative wide-angle front and rear cameras, and watch your favorite movies and video content like never before."
Though released in a frenzy of gossip, the OnePlus 5 is actually worth the price. The manufacturer is, in fact, fighting hard to compete with other smartphone developers. It offers a dual camera, dash charge, an aluminum build, a bottom-facing speaker, a microphone with noise cancellation, an LED notification light, an audio jack, a fingerprint sensor, and an electronic compass.
The OnePlus 5 can be purchased for somewhere between $400 and $600, depending on the condition of the phone and the retailer you choose. Shoot clearer photos using portrait mode. The camera will automatically adjust to your surrounding environment. You can even blur the background for dramatic effect. On top of the useful camera features, the Android Smartphone offers a smooth experience, more RAM, and undeniably clarity.
Perhaps the best feature of the OnePlus 5 is its ability to power for an entire day in just half an hour. No more overnight charging! When compared to new releases like the Samsung Galaxy S8 (which takes nearly an hour to fully charge - and sometimes longer), there's no contest.
This Android Smartphone is built right. It offers innovative software like Google Assistant, hardware that echoes (but doesn't quite match) Apple's iPhone, and a camera that beats out the competition. Whether you choose the Google Pixel or the Google Pixel 2, you'll be happy with your choice. Both phones are relatively affordable - pricing anywhere from $300 to $600. They also boast specs that Samsung and Apple meet regularly with their releases. For an Android Smartphone that looks and feels the part, but can be found off the beaten path, we suggest the Google Pixel.