My HTC One E8 has been acting up on me for a while now so I decided to replace it recently. I was strongly considering getting a Razer phone because of the high refresh rate screen and dual front facing speakers but decided to go with a LG G5 instead. Yes I know, it's a 2016 phone, however, I found some major pros to it. Its chip is strong enough to handle most games, it's screen is 1440p and very pretty, I like its basic and metal design, it has a replaceable battery and a headphone jack, and I got it for $230. Sure I lose out on that gorgeous screen and on the dual speakers, but when I think about it, this won't really be a big deal to me because I'll be using my headphones for gaming most of the time and 1440p with 60hz is good enough.
I have an Essential Phone. When I got it I was impressed at the lack of bezels, and liked the notch. But now, the asymmetrical bottom bezel and notch are unsightly. I would rather have the notch or the bottom bezel. Not both. Or another route that might seem strange, having a bezel on the top and the bottom. Mine cracked when I through it onto my couch ( how does that happen? ), and the ceramic got severely scratched on the first day I had it. ( cases at Sprint hadn't arrived yet ) I do like the Snapdragon 835 processor though, everything feels snappy and responsive, even though I have over 400 apps installed and 50 gigabytes of storage left. The camera was a bit better after the updates, but a modified Google Camera app worked much better. Since I ordered it from Sprint, I got a 360° camera that I am satisfied with. Not because of the images it pushes out, ( quality ) but because it shoots in 360 and snaps onto the back of my phone. Overall, I am satisfied with the phone. Despite the subpar camera performance and the low durability. The phone looks nice, is powerful, and has modular features with future promises.
I'm a fan of near-stock Android and unlockable bootloaders, so seeing the E4 Plus and the OnePlus on here is awesome. These kinds of devices are often underappreciated by people who would rather buy a carrier-subsidized Galaxy or iPhone.
if it is camera then you should be looking at the pixel xl ...or else for everything lg v30 is just great.....in india it is priced at 600$ being a flagship phone from lg... no flagship phone come so close to that price ...it is a great phone in itself......
I actually bought a Huawei P10 as a second phone this year. While specification wise it falls short of the Pixel 2 it's very marginal, especially when you consider how competitively priced it is. Design wise the fingerprint scanner on the front does seem a step backwards and I often mistake it for a homescreen, but looking past that you're getting a really clean display, fast and responsive performance, a solid rear camera (dual 20MP+12MP), a respectable front camera, an incredible battery life, and straight up the sort of performance you'd expect from a 2017 flagship for an incredibly good price. If you slapped the Samsung logo on that phone, I would honestly expect it to sell for a couple of hundred more.
My favourite phone of the year, hmm, Oneplus 5T. Yeah, people. Go on, laugh as much as you can. But, but, it has 18:9 aspect ratio, almost Google Pixel 2 camera, thanks to Oneplus, a headphone jack, and no thanks to Apple for removing the headphone jack, they want you to pay for there lightning connector, Dash charge, I know, I know, it doesn't has wireless charging, but, it has dash charge which is the fastest charging speed, present. And it has massive 8 gb ram, fingerprint+face recognition, almost stock Android/oxygen os and, and, half the price of IPhone X/10. And in this part, some Apple fanboy/girl will hit dislike because they won't understand that how crucial these features are. And, I want to say one thing, Apple, go to hell!
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Disagree on the Amoled part of the s8. The colours are oversaturated with 2.6 gamma. Whites are too blue and gradient content is subpar. The iPhone WITH THE SAME PANEL has far better color calibration.
Samsung galaxy c8 2017?
Or what about the a5?
Water and dust proof, Touch ID, 16 megapixel camera front and back, speed to rival a iPhone 7 Plus (I’m not even kidding), 5.2 inch screen, quad core processor, 4gb of ram. All for £270 of amazon
The c8 is basically a iPhone X but cheaper.
Face AND Touch ID, duel cameras and a 5.8 inch screen