Buying a smartphone is no cakewalk. You have to spend hours on internet exploring the specifications a smartphone has to offer. The year 2017 saw some marked improvement when it comes to technology. Even those who haven’t planned buying a smartphone will be compelled to loosen up their wallet and ditch their old companion. Here is the list of 10 best smartphones which made the headlines this year.
Moto G5/G5 Plus
This cheap smartphone has features of some of the premium brand smartphones. At a cost of just Rs. 14,683 Moto G5 offers an overall smartphone experience.
Some of the people still prefer iPhone 8 over the latest model of iPhone owing to its size. Price tag is another reason why people choose iPhone 8 over iPhone X.
Huawei Mate 9
At Rs. 38,000, it is much more affordable than any other flagship model of a famous smartphone brand. Although, lover of compact size phones will not like this large version of Huawei.
The primary feature of this exclusive version of iPhone is that its display spans the entire of the phone. iPhone X is also furnished with super retina display with OLED display, which means higher resolutions.
Both Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are the latest additions to Google’s smartphones family. But when choosing among the two, Pixel is better, smaller and more affordable.
This phone is packed with a number of things which qualify it to be listed among the best smartphones of the year 2017. But with phones like Galaxy S8 and Google Pixel in market, LG G6 will struggle to make a place for itself.
Android founder Andy Rubin’s Essential startup eponymously named smartphone is a complete marvel to own. The phone has stylish curved edges and is water and dust proof. It has a USB type-C port for faster charging.
One Plus 5
One Plus continues to rule the smartphone market with another of its flagship phone. The affordability of the phone as well as unmatchable features earns it the title of flagship killer.
After the infamous Note 7 disaster, Samsung made a comeback with Galaxy S8. The experience of using a Samsung Galaxy S8 is overall rich one. Consumers are willing to overlook the shortcomings like slower software and half-cooked virtual assistant for Samsung.
Galaxy Note 8
You’ll be blown away after you use Galaxy Note 8. No, we’re not talking about the literal blowing away. With the stylish S Pen and fancy dual camera, Galaxy Note 8 is a tough competition in the market.