Best Android Phones 2018: The top Android smartphones right now

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My Best Smartphone Picks Under Rs 15,000 (2018 Edition)

My Smartphone picks for best android smartphones ranging from Rs 6,000 to Rs 15,000 these are the budget to mid-range smartphones that I currently recommend. These picks are for first quarter of 2018. Check out to encash your phone in less than 60 seconds!


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TOP 5 Best Android SmartPhones 2018 ! You Should Buy ?

Galaxy S9/Galaxy S9 Plus With a gorgeous design, improved camera, and AR emoji, Samsung’s Galaxy S9 is the company’s best phone yet. Some people might say this year’s release is boring. But after coming so close to making the perfect smartphone in 2017, Samsung only had to make a few tweaks to achieve mobile nirvana. The Galaxy S9 is clearly the best smartphone Samsung has ever made, and if our review is anything to go on, it’s going to be a massive hit. Processor: Snapdragon 845 Battery: 3,000 mAh (S9)/3,5000 mAh (S9 Plus) Camera: S9: 12 MP f/1.5 and f/2.4, OIS; S9 Plus: dual 12 MP f/1.5 and f/2.4 + 12 MP f/2.4, dual OIS Price: $719 for S9 and $839 for S9 Plus. Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL The Pixel 2’s design may be underwhelming, but Google more than makes up for it with a great camera and software. What’s great about Google’s Pixel lineup is that it gets the latest Android updates soon after new versions are available, which is something you can’t say for most Android phones on the market. The Pixel 2 also offers a squeezable frame and a really clever music recognition feature for your lockscreen. If a pure Android experience is what you’re after, the Pixel 2 can’t be beat. [Review] Processor: Snapdragon 835 Battery: 2,700 mAh and 3,520 mAh Camera: 12.2 MP f/1.8 Price: Pixel 2 is $649 and Pixel 2 XL is $849. Essential Phone Andy Rubin’s newest project hasn’t exactly been a hit with consumers, but that doesn’t mean the Essential Phone isn’t any good. After shaking off some early launch jitters, the Essential Phone has evolved into a powerhouse, offering the best design on the market (even better than the iPhone X), clean software, and a camera that has improved significantly compared to when the device launched. At $499, you won’t find better value. [Review] Processor: Snapdragon 835 Battery: 3,040 mAh Camera: 13MP dual RGB + monochrome with f/1.85 Price: $499. OnePlus 5T The OnePlus 5T marked a series of firsts for OnePlus: it was the company’s first phone to feature an edge-to-edge display, and it was also the company’s first phone to feature a dual-camera setup. It doesn’t come with all the bells and whistles of other flagships phones, such as wireless charging, but at $499, the OnePlus 5T is a reliably great phone with one of the best software experiences around. [Review] Processor: Snapdragon 835 Battery: 3,300 mAh Camera: 16 MP f/1.7 with EIS + 20 MP f/1.7 Price: $499 Galaxy Note 8 Everything about the Galaxy Note 8 screams quality, from its robust design to its productivity features. The Note 8 epitomizes the company’s classic approach of giving users as many features as possible, making it the ultimate Samsung experience. And with S Pen support, the Note 8 offers something no other devices does, blurring the lines between a full-fledged tablet and a feature-rich smartphone. [Review] Processor: Snapdragon 835 Battery: 3,300 mAh Camera: Dual 12 MP wide angle f/1.7 + telephoto f/2.4 Price: $950

Best Android Phones 2018: The top Android smartphones right now
This is why you should trust our list of the best Android phones: We’ve been reviewing Android phones since Google’s mobile OS first launched. Since then our team of experts has reviewed phones of every shape, size and price you can think of. All our reviews are unsponsored, so all our buying advice is honest and impartial as a result. We may make money if you click one of the links to buy an Android phone, however. That means we want you to be happy with your purchase, so you come back to us ag...

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