The 10 Best Smartphones To Buy


10. OnePlus 3T

A faster processor (Snapdragon 820 versus the 821), a slightly larger battery, a 16-megapixel front camera (versus 8-megapixel), better stabilization for video, and a darker color option.

9. IPhone SE

The iPhone SE, with its 4-inch screen, is the best small-form smartphone you can buy. It also comes with Apple Pay, among other premium features like Live Photos and a fingerprint sensor, plus great battery life.

8. IPhone 6S

Beautiful hardware. IPhone owners are guaranteed to always get the best apps first from third-party developers and reliable software updates with the latest and greatest features from Apple.

7. IPhone 6S Plus

It runs on the powerful A9 chip and has features like 3-D Touch, which can detect how hard you press on the screen and open up a new layer of controls for your apps. It also has an incredibly fast fingerprint sensor, as well as Live Photos, which let you capture a three-second video with audio when you press the shutter button.

6. Samsung Galaxy S7

Has the best camera of all smartphones. It’s also powerful, and its water resistant. You also get Samsung Pay, which works with almost any payment terminal in any store.

5. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Has a bigger 5.5-inch display and larger battery than the regular Galaxy S7, while retaining the same features: water resistance, a microSD card slot for expandable storage, and Samsung Pay.

4. IPhone 7

It brings the best apps and ecosystem to its users. The hardware also got a few improvements over the iPhone 6S, like water resistance, a camera that performs better in low light, a more powerful processor, and even redesigned antenna bands.

3. IPhone 7 Plus

The iPhone 7 Plus’ dual-lens camera is the key feature that places the larger iPhone 7 Plus in the top spot over the iPhone 7.

2. Google Pixel XL

A sleek-looking aluminum phone with a stylish glass panel on the back that cleverly offers grip for your index finger. The Pixel XL’s camera holds its own against the iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S7, too, and its HDR mode adjusts your photos to look amazing.

1. Google Pixel 

The Pixel runs on the powerful and power-efficient Snapdragon 821, 4 GB of RAM, and it has an excellent 12.3-megapixel camera that holds its own against the iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S7.


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