Android Phones Guide

Last updated: Dec 1st, 2017.

This complete guide includes a full analysis of the best android phones available including a collection of the most recent reviews and explanation of what phones are best for you. Feel free to browse our sortable directory of all devices that includes lists of the best, available, upcoming, and rumored Android phones.


Curated by our staff of experts and updated regularly.

Pixel XL

Pixel XL

The Pixel is Google's new smartphone for 2016. It was the first phone under the new "Made by Google" brand. The Google Pixel XL features a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, Snapdragon 821 chipset,...

Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the successor to the Galaxy S7. It's one of Samsung's flagship phones for 2017. It features a larger 5.8-inch display despite having a size similar to the Galaxy S7...

Pixel

Pixel

The Pixel is Google's new smartphone for 2016. It was the first phone under the new "Made by Google" brand. The Google Pixel features a 5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 821 chipset, 4GB...

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LG V30 Review

LG finally decided to stop playing around with gimmicks and made the best phone they possibly could. Is that enough to make the V30 matter in a world of Galaxies and Pixels? Let’s find out.

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LG G6: Four Months Later

We re-reviewed the G6 after one month and now we’re back to revisit the phone after four months. How has it aged since our original review in April?

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Samsung Galaxy S8 review

As the biggest Android manufacturer in the world, Samsung typically doesn’t have much to worry about when it comes time to launch their new flagship. This year’s different. After the failed launch of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung now has to convince the world they still have what it takes to build a quality smartphone, …

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May 28th - The Google Pixel is the peak of the Android experience but even the purest Android software can begin to slow down over time. With a combination of caching information, unused apps, and depleting storage, it is inevitable that over time the Google Pixel may not continue to perform how it did from day one.As much …

May 28th - Samsung Galaxy S20 is probably the most innovative addition to the Samsung family. From its captivating look, to its brilliant features, the Samsung Galaxy S20 comes with some high-end performance including wireless charging, 4,000 mAh battery capacity, 25w charging speed, and of course, five cameras with high pixels.  Below are some of the best chargers for the Samsung …

May 28th - The OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T have officially been blessed with the Android 10 update. For those keeping track, the two phones were released in 2017 running Android Nougat (Android 7.0).Android updates have been a point of contention for a long time among Android users. While a few of the bigger players in the space …

May 28th - As things stand right now, there is only one possible route that the online casino industry can take, which is upwards. To know and understand why that conclusion is so obvious, let’s go through some facts which suggest the same.There is Virtually No Limitation to AccessibilityWhether someone is taking a trip to a different continent …

May 27th - Sometimes or at least for a maximum of once per week you might just want to temporarily shut off your Instagram feed. The floods of notifications might be getting you down or the abundance of free watch collab offers are just too hard to keep track of. Either way, if you choose to temporarily disable …

May 27th - GIFs are not a new thing, in fact they are some of the oldest things on the internet dating back to 1987. Posting GIFs to Instagram and other social media sites is quite simple thanks to Giphy, a service that is now revered as the “internet standard” in GIF deployment. Recently acquired for $400 million …

May 27th - Now that Google has announced that they will be killing off Play Music and making YouTube Music its default (and only) music streaming service, here’s how you can easily migrate your Play Music library to YouTube Music to seamlessly pick up where you left off.

May 26th - There’s no denying that console gaming is far more immersive than mobile gaming on an Android device, but with so many great games available for your smartphone and tablet, we wouldn’t judge you if you wanted to spend the evening on your couch playing on your Android device rather than your console.While on-screen controls work …