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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Mar 23rd - The dust has settled on Samsung’s latest S10 series, unveiled at Unpacked last month. The reviews are in and attention naturally turns to the next flagship Samsung release, the Galaxy Note 10. A new leak offers an early glimpse at what we can expect for the Galaxy Note 10, which usually takes what is unveiled …

Mar 22nd - While the vast majority of smartphones are powered by Qualcomm’s chipsets, it’s starting to become hard to ignore some of the advancements made by Huawei’s HiSilicon arm, some of which could end up in the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro later this year.