Android has been dominating the mobile industry for a while now and it is currently the best OS for a smartphone. But while Android phones have less competition in terms of Operating systems competition, the internal battle is quite fierce.
Reviews Radar reports a fierce battle between these Android devices in terms of design, brimming new features to price differences. The Android community is beaming with a bunch of attractive phones and features that will take your breath away.
1. LG V30
The V30 is the latest flagship offer from the smartphone giants – LG, which has been struggling to compete, at least in sales, with its biggest Android rival Samsung for the Asian market and globally as well. It is also the successor to the 2016’s LG V20, which included a secondary 2.1-inch screen on top for showing app shortcuts, media controls, and more.
The V20 was a bit of a success and LG will be hoping the V30 can follow suit. The V30 does away with that secondary display and instead has one nearly bezel-free 6-inch screen built on LG’s new Plastic-OLED (POLED) panel. The V30 offers a slide-out menu on the phone’s display (called the Floating Bar) that floats around the screen as a substitute (sort for) for folks who might miss the secondary display. This is quite intuitive and sleek.
For hardware, the LG V30 has everything you would expect from a top of the line phone in 2017. The presence of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 with 4 GB RAM, along with 64GB of internal storage, a 3,300 mAh battery which offers long hours of listening, calling and watching your favorite movie shows, and an IP68 dust and water resistance rating that makes this smartphone super amazing.
Audiophiles should also be happy with the LG V30, as it has support for Hi-Fi Quad DAC tuned by B&O Play. It is also the first smartphone to support MQA, which is supposed to let users stream high-res audio, but with a smaller file sizes and little to no loss in quality. this is a game changer for users who love to listen to music all day long.
2. Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Samsung had a murky 2016 but it’s good to know that they are back in full force with a new device built on a stunning design, a new dual camera setup and all new software features that you can assembly right now on any device.
With a near bezel-less 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Infinity Display on an aspect ratio is one of the best areas of this phone that you will enjoy.
There’s a new App Pairing feature that allows you to open up two favorite apps in multiwindow at the same time, and there are a few new S Pen features that will satisfy the stylus users out there.
What’s more, the new dual-camera setup on the back performs incredibly well during tests. While the picture quality isn’t a huge step up from what we saw on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, the extra 12 MP sensor with OIS allows you to take clear, concise photos and impressive shots in just about any situation.
3. Samsung Galaxy S8
The Galaxy S8 features a 5.8 inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display with 2960 X 1440 resolution for showing clear and crisp High Definition images. Built on an Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 that is blistering fast, you will never get enough of the processing speed of this device.
For taking pictures, you have a 12 MP at the rear camera for taking in the surroundings with your friends and families; while the front-facing camera is 8 Megapixels of bliss for taking a group and personal selfies. Your pictures and other files will be stored on the device’s 64GB of onboard storage space with the opportunity to expand as much as 256GB. The Galaxy S8 runs on the new and improved Android 7.0 Nougat and it is available in stores.
4. LG G6
Certainly, the most standout feature on the G6 is its 5.7-inch Quad HD LCD display, with its interesting aspect ratio of 18:9 and rounded corners. It also comes with a Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM, plenty of onboard storage, an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance and dual 13 MP rear cameras. It’s worth noting that not all LG G6s are created equal.
5. HTC U11
Comes with an eye-catching and glossy design for the audiophile. This HTC brand can go toe-to-toe with the Galaxy S8 in terms of performance. The display is 5.5-inch and uses IPS LCD on a 2560X1440 resolution.
The processing speed is quite fast as it uses Snapdragon 835 processor. 4GB RAM and 64GB internal space ensure you run a smooth operation without slacks or hang-ups. The camera feature is also quite advanced for a smartphone, featuring a 12 Megapixels for the rear camera and 16 Megapixels for the front-facing camera for taking crisp and clear selfies all day long.