Huawei P20 Pro Is The Best Android Phone You’ll Never Own March 27, 2018 - Written By Dominik Bosnjak Several hours back, Huawei officially announced its latest Android flagship series, having unveiled it in the form of the P20 and P20 Pro following months of teasers and dozens of leaks.
LG’s new flagship Android phone, the G7 ThinQ, is a very good phone. The G7 (you couldn’t pay me enough to keep appending "ThinQ" to it) refines last year’s G6 design, embraces the smartphone "notch," upgrades the specs, and drenches it all with a generous helping of AI.
One of the OnePlus 5's best features is that, regardless of how much you use the phone, you don't have to wait ages for it to charge back up again. Even if the phone dies before your work day finishes (we'd call that super-heavy use), you can plug it in for 30 minutes and have enough juice to comfortably get you through the rest of the evening.
Let’s not beat around the bush, the exterior of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is essentially a carbon copy of the S8. Yet, even with all that sameness, Samsung’s balanced no-notch design seems more considered than before. It doesn’t feel needy like a lot of the new iPhone X copycat handsets I saw at MWC.
Samsung’s Galaxy S9, and S9 Plus, are incredible phones, and easily capture the crown as the best Android devices out there. It’s low-light camera bests the competition’s, its Bixby Vision Food, Makeup and Translation are welcome additions, and its display and performance are top-notch.