With dozens of different models out there, it can be intimidating to buy an Android phone.
We filtered out the junk and picked the top Android models you should consider over the rest. Check them out.
You probably haven't heard of Huawei, but it's quickly becoming one of the dominant brands in the smartphone world. Its latest phone, the Honour 8, is an attractive device running a smooth version of Android. And it won't cost you a fortune.
Price: About $400
LG's latest flagship phone won't turn any heads, but it was one of the first major devices to sport optional modifications. The G5 looks like a high-end unibody smartphone, but the bottom slides out so you can swap out the battery and add extras like a camera grip.
Price: About $420
The Moto Z is the latest flagship from Motorola. It has a razor-thin design and sharp camera. But the real standout feature are the 'mods' you can clip onto the back like a projector, external battery, and camera with optical zoom.
HTC may not be the most successful smartphone company, but it still makes great devices. The HTC 10 is no exception. It looks good, feels good, and has most of the best features you'd expect from a high-end device.
Price: About $599
If you want the best overall Android software experience, you should look no further than Google's own Nexus phones. The Nexus 5x is the first phone in Google's current lineup. The phone was built by LG and has a 5.2-inch screen and guarantees you'll get the latest Android updates straight from Google.
Price: Starts at $349
The Galaxy S7 is Samsung's latest flagship device. It takes everything that made last year's Galaxy S6 so great and improves on it. It has the best camera ever put in a smartphone, gorgeous design, and always-on display.
Price: About $575
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