Samsung is going to release the Galaxy S9 and S9+ on March 16 across most markets. If you happen to be in a market that doesn’t get the new phones with this initial launch, don’t worry, because it shouldn’t take more than a month until all regions receive them.
But if you judge overall, the detail of Google Pixel 2 XL is unbeatable. It looks much artistic, smooth and at the same time more realistic than the iPhone X. Same goes for capturing the videos. If camera is the main function for you in a smartphone, go for Pixel 2 XL without a second thought.
Samsung basically hit the ground running in 2017 and it looks as if the company will maintain this pace throughout the back end of the year, with the launch and imminent release of the Galaxy Note 8, a phone that packs in the largest display of any phone on the market right now.
Motorola Moto E4 Motorola makes wonderful budget phones like the Moto G5 and the G5 Plus. Its newest addition is the Moto E4 which packs a lot of features: Android Nougat 7.1, a fingerprint sensor, a removeable battery and a selfie flash all within a body the size of a chubby iPhone 7.
The Moto X series isn't what it used to be. Since Lenovo’s acquisition of Motorola's smartphone business, the once-high-end Moto X lineup has been demoted to a mid-range ranking, overtaken by the Z series as the Moto brand's top smartphone selection. But this year's Moto X4 has intrigued us nonetheless.
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