The best Android phones of 2016 – Period

If you’re looking for a new Android phone and you’re shooting for the top, this is the place to start.

One of the strengths of the Android ecosystem is the diversity of smartphones to choose from. If you can’t find a suitable Android phone to meet your needs and desires, then such a phone may not exist at all.

But while there’s a lot of stuff to choose from, it can also be tough to find out what’s the best one for you. And that’s where we come in.

If you’re looking for the very best Android phones available right now, then look no further.

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge:


It has fabulous design, excellent camera and beautiful display, but it has the same Samsung software and it has slippery body.

Nexus 6P:


It has great build quality, camera is excellent and pure Google software. But its size is very big, lack wireless charging and little bit slippery body.

HTC 10:


HTC 10 has excellent design and build quality, its camera is above average and it has good mix of stock and sense software. But its battery life is not that good and it has finicky camera append boost+ app is a marketing gimmick.

Samsung Galaxy note 5:


It has amazing display, outstanding camera and full-featured S Pen stylus. But it is more pricey than other offerings, its glass back is too slippery and speakers are underwhelming.

Huawei P9:


It has excellent display, upto date Huawei software and high quality cameras. But it does not have too many features, it is pricy and not available all over the world and user interface is still a little clunky.

Moto X Pure Edition (2015):


Moto apps are, battery life is good and MotoMaker options are exceptional. Camera is not good, uncomfortable to carry and no wireless charging.

LG V10:


It has 32-bit audio with DAC, fingerprint scanner and excellent camera with manual video mode. But LG software is still not good and launched with old Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and very big in size.

LG G5:


Modules add additional functionality, good size and amazing camera with wide angle lens. LG’s still splits opinions, module availability initially sketchy and build quality is not good.