2016’s Best Android Smartphones to Own Right Away!
Android development industry so far is dominating the world of mobile technology and with millions of devices out there, choosing the best is just like “seeking for a nut on an apple tree”. Competition is fuelling from all sides whereas developers themselves are always thriving to introduce something far more radical and innovative; unlike anything we’ve seen or experienced.
From sleek and impressive to power crammed, the Android ecosystem is overpopulated with phones for everyone. However, the element of “greatness” doesn’t just lie in the design but function and price all make a huge impact. Let’s have a look at “absolutely best” Android smartphones for 2016 so far that are definitely worth owning.
- Moto Z &Z-Force(Droid Editions)
Motorola is doing something extraordinary with their prize phones this year and instead of releasing a standalone flagship, we’ll see two new smartphones under the Moto X moniker. The new Moto Z and Z Force will take the smartphone and their specifications to a new level with additional module support.
These “modules” are known as Moto Mods that’ll be attached to the rear side of the device via magnets. While there’re only a few available, they actually bring some excellent features to the phones and you can even purchase an external battery module, a powerful speaker as well as a projector alongside.
- Nexus 6P
There couldn’t be a finer successor to last year’s Motorola Nexus 6;Google recently exposed the Nexus 6P from the house of Huawei. This particular device is higher-end and rather competitive of the two Nexus range announced at Google’s event.
It boasts a super 5.7-inch display screen with a superfast Snapdragon 810 processor and 12MP rear camera. What’s more shocking is its price that’s pretty much affordable as compared to the specifications so this is definitely worth owning.
- ZTE Axon 7
The Axon Pro by ZTE in 2015 was good but it fell short in a few key areas. Makers alongside the Android development team made some great fixes to the new ZTE Axon 7 such as expandable memory option, dual camera setup and much more. The front speakers are truly a “killer” feature with surround sound alongside improved battery life, a great camera and appealing design. It’s a solid Android flagship device with a price that’s lighter in your pocket.
- HTC 10
The Taiwanese smartphone company finally come up with something different, sporty and innovative! All-metal chassis with afront-mounted fingerprint sensor and abetter speaker, the new HTC 10 landed hard in the Android niche and immediately climbed on the top chart.
- LG G5
Perhaps a huge leap in terms of design to the typical LG “G” series, the new G5 boasts a sturdy metallic unibody with a removable battery cap and port for modules allowing users to expand phone’s capabilities such as theaddition of the camera grip with many other special accessories.
Listed above are five of the best Android OS smartphones for you to own before year’s end.