2017 is moving closer to its end, and it’s safe to say that we’ve already seen most of the latest Android phones. This year the list of Android phones is quite long, as every brand you know has released more than one best Android phone 2017.
A single look at the latest Android phones 2017 will tell you that there are dozens of outstanding devices, but how exactly to pick the best Android phone if you’re shopping for a new one? Check out our list of best phones 2017!
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1. Samsung Galaxy S8
As always, Samsung is there when it comes to the best smartphone 2017. Everyone was looking forward to Samsung Galaxy S8 specifications, and when the 5.8-inch screen, the 2.45GHz octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM and a variety of other ground-breaking S8 features were released, buyers were convinced that the Galaxy S8 is definitely a contender for the top 2017 phone. The Samsung Galaxy S8 price in Nigeria starts at ₦280,000.
2. Google Pixel
This year one of the most anticipated latest Android phones was Google Pixel, Google’s first attempt to merge into the smartphone market. Every Google Pixel review this year pointed out the outstanding Google Pixel specs – the 5.0-inch display, two dual-core processors, 4GB of RAM, and the 12.3 and 8MP rear and front cameras. The Google Pixel price is rather reasonable too – today the Google Pixel phone price in Nigeria starts at ₦220,000.
3. Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Every year millions of smartphone users ask: “When is the new Samsung Galaxy Note coming out?“, because they know that Samsung always has a lot to offer to the buyers. The Samsung Note 8 release date, September 15, was marked in the calendars by many users since the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 2017 was the first smartphone to have a curved display with a bezel-less screen. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 price of ₦400,000 may be too high for some, but so far every Galaxy Note 8 review has been positive.
4. Sony Xperia XZ
This year Sony, the brand behind the hit 2017 model Xperia XZ, emerged as one of the leaders of the smartphone market. According to every Sony Xperia XZ review, the Sony Xperia XZ specs, which include the 5.5-inch display, an octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage, are more than fair for the Xperia XZ price. Today the Sony Xperia XZ price starts at ₦300,000, although many agree that the great features of the Xperia XZ Premium are worth more.
5. LG G6
In 2017 the G6 became the most noteworthy model released by LG, largely thanks to the exciting LG G6 specification. The LG G6 specs include a 5.7-inch display, 4GB of RAM, a quad-core processor, and a dual 13MP rear camera. The LG G6 battery is also better than the average battery you’ll find today: the LG G6 phone has the battery capacity of 3300mAh with fast charging, giving you just the desired battery life. You can buy your LG G6 for ₦190,000.
6. HTC U11
As you’ll learn from any HTC U11 review, this year HTC unexpectedly delivered one of the best looking phones of 2017. With the “liquid surface” design and a 5.5-inch screen, the U11 is simply a pleasure to look at. Other HTC U11 specs include a 1.9GHz quad-core processor, 4 or 6GB of RAM and a 12MP rear camera. The HTC U11 price in Nigeria starts at ₦300,000.
7. Nokia 8
This year Nokia famously announced its comeback, and everyone was anxious to know everything about the Nokia latest phone. Their newest creation turned out to be the Nokia 8, a good-looking and well-equipped device with a 5.3-inch screen, 3 or 4GB of RAM, and a dual 13MP camera for stunning photography. The Nokia N8 battery doesn’t disappoint either – it has the capacity of 3090mAh and a fast charging technology. Be prepared to pay the Nokia N8 price of ₦300,000.
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