If you’re looking for a new smartphone, you’ve probably wondered what’s the best phone I can buy with my budget? “. Here are the best Android smartphones that you can get at the moment according to the different price brackets.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8
Like every year, Samsung’s high-end smartphones are essential and the Galaxy S8 is no exception to the rule. If it shows some flaws that make it is not perfect, it remains a reference on many points, starting with its unusual design.
It is also not outdone in terms of performance and its photo sensor remains well made even if it was expected much better from a phone over 800 euros. Sold at just over 550 euros, it’s one of the most complete products on Android.
The Galaxy Note 8 is the smartphone of the end of the year 2017 Samsung, it sports very little visual changes with the Galaxy S8. Nevertheless, the Korean manufacturer finally adopts a dual camera module at the back, among the best on the market, and of course a stylus.
Its price spades: more than 1000 euros at its launch, we can already find it at around 800 euros.
Huawei Mate 10 Pro
With its borderless, elegant and efficient design, the Mate 10 Pro has taken the place of the Huawei Mate 9. It is not yet marketed, but we could test it. With an 18: 9 OLED screen, HiSilicon Kirin 970 and an EMUI Desktop mode, he remains the challenger of the iPhone and Galaxy.
The LG V30 is the first representative of the V range to arrive here. On this occasion, he loses his second screen to adopt a large borderless OLED slab. But its design is not his only strength as he enjoys a quad-DAC quality, ultra-high-end components and a second wide-angle photo module both original and practical.
Quality, however, has a price: 899 euros!
After an excellent OnePlus 5, the Chinese troublemaker comes back with a OnePlus 5T resuming the strength of its predecessor, but with a larger screen, an edge-to-edge design, a face recognition system and a camera with a better aperture for more beautiful shots in low light.
It remains very classic in its format and remains on a full HD + 6.01 inches at 18: 9 ratio. However, it ships high quality components, including the very good Snapdragon 835 from Qualcomm and 6 to 8 GB of RAM and offers a very good autonomy and a very fluid interface.
Huawei P10 and P10 Plus
Update: still interesting, its price has dropped for the end of the year: about 465 euros.
The Huawei P10 and P10 Plus are the last-born of their manufacturer and benefits from both a very neat and pleasant design in hand. The focus was on performance, thanks to the Kirin 960, and the quality of the photos.
Huawei still relies on a collaboration with Leica for dual photo sensors. The result is very good, even excellent on the P10 Plus, which is doing very well in all shooting conditions. The P10 was launched at 599 euros, while the largest version will be marketed at 749 euros.