With a seemingly never-ending flow of great Android phones coming out all the time, it can be a little difficult to pick out the best from the rest. No need to fear, I’m here to help with my current favourites for the best Android phones out there right now.
Google Pixel 2
Despite its fairly unoriginal design failing to make much of a splash, Google have succeeded at delivering a standout phone with their use of software in the Pixel 2. The Pixel 2’s camera delivers some of the best results amongst its competitors and paired with its speed and battery life, you can’t really go wrong with this phone. You can pick up its bigger cousin the XL if you’re after a bigger screen and even more of the same.
Samsung Galaxy S9+
The Galaxy S9+ is the absolute premium Android phone on the market right now. The price tag comes with a great camera with switchable apertures, high-speed internals and a fantastic new OLED screen. The Galaxy S9+ simply feels good to hold and use, what more could you really want? If this is too much of a beast for you, then you can always pick up the standard Galaxy S9, although unfortunately, that does not include the camera apertures of the S9+
If you’re big into gaming on your mobile, then the Razer Phone is probably the best option out there for you at the moment. It’s 120Hz screen with a variable refresh rate really can’t be beaten when playing games on Android. The only major downside of this phone is in its cameras, which don’t quite stand up to its competitors.
The LG V30 is a noticeable improvement on older LG models, and its design is probably the most visually consistent yet. This phone is packing some really outstanding audio performance, so if you listen to music on your phone regularly this will be a good choice. The screen and some of the UI elements aren’t anything to write home about, but at this price you’re still getting a lot of bang for your buck.
Huawei Mate 10 Pro
This is arguably the best phone to come from Huawei yet, and it is packed full of high performance hardware making it one of the most powerful phones out there. In comparison to its main rival the Samsung Galaxy 9+, you’re looking at a bigger screen and better battery life, although the camera isn’t quite up to the same stuff.
And there we have it, my personal picks for the best Android phones on the market right now. Don’t worry if I’ve missed out on your favourite, when it comes to a lot of these phones it really is down to your own personal preference and what you’re looking to do with it.