More than ever, you have a lot of choices when it comes to cell phone service. The Moto G5 has been our favorite budget-friendly Android smartphone as it demonstrates that “good-but-not-great hardware can become strong value at the ideal cost,” according to my colleague, Jeff Dunn, that reviewed the phone.
If you’re a BlackBerry fan in the company’s heyday, you’re going to adore the BlackBerry Classic. It looks similar to older BlackBerry models but features a sharp touchscreen and an superb physical computer keyboard. Go to best smartphones 2018 to get all the information you ever need about new and upcoming smartphones!
With the G5 Plus, you get a 5.2-inch 1080p display, a fingerprint scanner, a fantastic battery life, a 12-megapixel camera that beats other phones in its price range, a near-pure version of Android, and a sleek design.
Aside from appearances, the Galaxy S8 is laden with features, including water resistance, a taller-than-average screen that’s fantastic for seeing more of your articles, rapid charging, wireless charging, face recognition, iris recognition, the best-in-class camera, Samsung Pay, and also a concealed home button. And it is the final iPhone that has a headphone jack, too.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is the best-looking smartphone out right now, period. Yes, it is better-looking compared to iPhone 8, and I’d say it’s sleeker than the Note 8. The curved glass onto both the front and rear of the S8 is a refinement of its predecessor, the Galaxy S7. And the ultra-narrow borders around the display makes the S8 the newest reference for premium, lavish design in smartphones.
Still, in the G5 Plus’ $230 price tag, you are going to be making a few compromises within the superior flagships. For instance, there’s not any NFC for mobile payments. Along with the phone still utilizes microUSB for charging while USB-C – the new benchmark for charging smartphones – has been outside for a few years now.
It sounds like the S8 ought to take the top spot on this list, but I’m not a fan of Samsung’s layer of software, called Touchwiz, which runs on top of stock Android. Regrettably, it will inevitably prevent the Galaxy S8 from accessing the latest Android updates from Google on time when they’re released. And, overall, I prefer stock Android’s clean look and functionality.