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1.Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone US Version …

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I’ve had this phone since release day and overall, it’s been pretty good. There are some quirks and some weird app scaling issues here and there, but overall it’s been enjoyable to use. I’ve always gotten compliments on it when taking it out at client sites – they always seem interested in it and ask what type of phone it is. It has plenty of storage and a slew of features. The camera array is disappointing coming from a Note 10+ 5G which had the exact same camera system, but it’s definitely usable overall. I do like the ability to angle the camera using the fold of the phone. Within about 10 months, however, my original phone started exhibiting failure of the front screen, a failed proximity/light sensor (this caused the screen to stay on during phone calls, leading to unintentional presses) and some random crashes. I’ve babied the phone since day one and never used it outside of a heavy-duty case, so I was surprised when these issues arose. I did get Samsung Care for it though, which is a first for me, and Asurion was very quick to get a replacement sent my way. I have been using that replacement since then without issue. The included inside screen protector is great while it’s there, but failed quickly on both my original phone as well as the replacement, exhibiting a crease right down the fold. It appears to be more pronounced around the area where the keyboard shows up, leading me to believe it is exacerbated by finger oils or grime. Eventually I got rid of the screen protector on both, but that led me to discover issues with one of my bigger grips with the phone, and that is the aftermarket support: It’s very lacking if you’re looking for quality. I have been using the phone in a Spigen Tough Armor case since day one and I have warrantied the case once. Given the unique design of the phone itself, full coverage cases aside from the aformentioned model (cases that protect the hinge as well) are nearly impossible to find, and good quality screen protectors are even more difficult to find. I have tried models from SuperShieldz and Whitestone Dome – both TPU, both with their own slew of failures. I will reiterate that I am not rough on the phone at all. For what it is, it is a great device. I am sure the Z Fold 4 is better and I have heard that it has a much better camera array, but I will personally be returning to a more “traditional” style of phone once it comes out – something like the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra or whatever it ends up being named. 

2.Google Pixel 6 Pro | Unlocked | Stormy Black | 128 GB

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When used for video conferencing, my pixel 6 Pro consistently overheats and shuts down within about 30 minutes. I contacted Google warranty service only a few months after purchasing the phone, well within the 1-year warranty, and they refused to replace the phone, saying I had to send it in for service at my cost and would not provide a loaner phone during the unspecified time which the phone would be evaluated and repaired. There are many reports of this problem online, but the Google technicians refused to acknowledge that this was a known problem.

I also had purchased the Google Care insurance on the phone, which is a replacement policy at $9 per month. When I made a claim, however, I found out that this “replacement” policy requires a payment of several hundred dollars in order to get the replacement phone! Beware! If you purchase this plan, they do not tell you that they are going to charge you several hundred dollars if you make a claim for a replacement phone such as for a cracked screen or other covered problem.

In addition to these specific problems that I’ve had with the phone, this phone is the buggiest smartphone I have ever had as compared with several other cheaper phones of another brand that I have had in the past. These bugs appear to be in the operating system or in the basic apps written for this phone. For example, sometimes the keyboard does not appear when the cursor is placed in a text field, so it’s impossible to enter text! This often occurs in Google’s own system applications such as the Google calendar application! Generally, third party apps run better on this phone than Google’s own native applications! It’s very frustrating.

I paid $1,100 for this phone and would strongly advise against buying a Google phone. I see that the new pixel 7 is out and I would not recommend buying it. Based on my previous experience, I would go with a different name brand of Android phone like Samsung or Motorola or one of the other good manufacturers.

Also, the hardware on this phone is not as good as my previous phones. The specification shows that this phone is supposed to be waterproof but if you make a claim they will ask you if it has been exposed to water and tell you that they do not guarantee it’s waterproof! Contrast that with any of the iPhones which are specified to be waterproof and in fact you see people putting them underwater and taking videos!

Okay, on the plus side, the display is large, and high-resolution, the colors are good and bright. Although, even with that, the wrap-around edges of the display are annoying because the curved glass distorts the image at the sides of that nice wide display, so that in fact not all of that nice bid display is really useful! Another poor design choice by Google. I would not recommend a phone with this type of display with a curved wrap around edges. Try before you buy. 

3.Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra – 128GB – Burgundy – Verizon

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I finally upgraded from my Note 10+ that I got at launch all the way back in 2019, and my experience with the ultra relative to it has been pretty positive. But while the S line has been on a bumpy road with features additions, removals, combinations, and design changes, the only thing radically different between 2019 Note and 2022 Ultra is the 44 extra pixels of height on the display. It’s the same boxy design (which I like), the same curved sides (thankfully much less intense this time around), same S pen (almost exactly the same even), and the same Samsung experience we’ve gotten used to with OneUI. However, I am happy I upgraded, because while I didn’t gain any features, everything I had before has been upgraded and tweaked to be smoother, quicker, and more powerful. The display is much brighter, and is just as easily viewable outside on a bright day as it is inside at night. The battery, while I’ve heard it’s lesser than the S21 Ultra, is still miles ahead of the 5-6 hours my Note was left with by the time I upgraded (I had never replaced the battery), I’ll easily get 8 or 9 hours off a full charge and I’d consider myself a power user with many background apps as well as processing heavy daily tasks. S Pen thankfully has all of the features it did before, I’m one of the few who finds practical use for Air Command when watching YouTube propped on a table and don’t need to reach my arm across to skip or change the volume, and especially when taking photos from distances or if I need to hold a specific angle and tapping the shutter button would ruin it (I can’t be the only one with that problem right?). Speaking of photos, the cameras live up to the hype on this year’s Ultra. I’d heard complaints and gripes since the S20 but when I finally jumped it seems Samsung has ironed out most of those. Point and shoot picture taking, without any fancy zooming or photo modes, is class leading, and while you lose zoom options in the true 108 MP mode having a photo with a ton of detail can be cool and enhance it in most situations. Wide angle is basically perfect, with the great color and detail persisting across the lenses, and the zoom is mind blowing and very freeing. The best uses I’ve found for the zoom are wildlife or nature photos, where you can frame something exactly and get it in crisp detail. Zooming up to 60x is usually the most you’ll get away with, although I’ve managed to get a couple stunning shots at 100x, which is impossible on my brother’s S21 Ultra. The night mode is so good it’s almost a catch-22 (pun intended), if you take a picture at night it’ll automatically do a long exposure night mode photo and the result just looks like daytime, complete with blue skies. This does mean if you want to preserve the dark night look, some adjustments or post touchups will be needed, although it’s better to capture all the detail now and adjust later than to lose it all in the dark from the beginning. A good tip for using the camera is that photos never end up how they do from the viewfinder, there’s a ton of post process done on every one (something you can turn off in pro mode if it’s not your fancy) so you might just need to take a photo to see if it’ll be good. Video performance is pretty good but can be hit or miss, although admittedly I don’t take many videos. The same great color performance carries through most of the time but lighting can be a bit off, especially when you have a bright light in a dark room (i.e. a TV screen in a room at night) but it’s usually taken care of with quick adjustments with the brightness slider. A good benchmark for video lighting is plays, as in live actors across a stage. Being a large dark room and wanting to capture what’s going on can be tough for a lot of cameras but with a couple taps the S22 catches up and creates a surprisingly balanced and detailed video from what would normally be very non-optimal circumstances for phone cameras. Overall I think it’s definitely an Ultra phone, it’s got all the big numbers and lives up to them for me, even if they might not have in the device’s between my Note and now. And while there aren’t any new features compared to my Note, it doesn’t mean this isn’t the swiss army knife of phones, heck, electronic devices. As a tech enthused type I often need to do specific tasks for this and that and in specific ways for this device or that one, and this phone works every time when I use it, although for productivity my desktop computer is my first choice when I’m home. Samsung has made a very refined device, bringing all the best features from past devices and upgrading them to truly be worthy of the name Ultra. I’d recommend the phone to anyone looking for the absolute highest across the board, even if it doesn’t do anything incredibly interesting like fold in half or have a ring light built in. 

4.UniHertz Titan Slim – 4.2 inch QWERTY Smartphone | Unlocked, 48MP Camera, Dual …

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The physical keyboard itself is quite easy to use. I have large hands but with a little perseverance, the keyboard is fairly easy to master. There is also the option to have some keyboard functions on the screen, which simplifies some tasks. Performance is good, apps and web pages load quickly and battery life appears to be quite good, no doubt this is due to not having to power a large screen. Build quality is good, I would, however, recommend a TPU or book-style case, as the rear of the phone is quite smooth and therefore susceptible to scratching if not protected. Some apps don’t display properly due to the screen size but there is a setting that helps with this, which makes the experience tolerable. Sound through the earpiece and speaker is fairly good – not Dolby quality but adequate for a device of this size. There is a programmable shortcut button which is very useful and provides PTT functionality for VoIP apps such as Zello or can be used to open specific apps which are user selectable with function settings for both long and short presses. The physician keyboard itself takes a little effort to master – anyone used to the BlackBerry Curve will be familiar with this, but the keyboard functions are a little different from the BlackBerry. Once mastered, the keyboard becomes intuitive. There is an IR transmitter on board and an app that lets you set the phone up as a remote for devices such as TV, satellite box, sound system, etc. I have used it with my smart TV with good results. Good value for the price and for those who prefer a small form factor and physical keyboard, it’s ideal. I like Unihertz products, I use an Atom XL for my main phone, and I bought this one specifically for business use, much better than a slab phone for my purposes. To sum up, it’s a neat, small device, well constructed and capable phone but it is in a somewhat niche market. 

5.Motorola – Moto G Power | 3-Day Battery 50 MP Camera Black

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Getting a new smart phone is like getting a new roomate in many ways. Will you be compatible? Will it have aspects that you find hard to live with? How much validity is there to both the negative and positive reviews? I had a sneak peek to the Motorola G Power 2022 because my wife had owns one before I bought mine. So I didn’t have too much of the unknown to face and I had some confidence that this phone would suffice for me. So this review is for the buyer that doesn’t have that luxury. I have been using it for several weeks at this point and have to say all is pretty good. Software wise it is fairly close to a stock android OS and apps which is a good thing for me. The camera is good and works well especially with the flash off. With the flash on it can stutter for a second while it tries to get the exposure etc correct but with it’s great low light performance you may not need the flash too much. The other plus is it has loads of goodies in the specifications department, but you can get that info elsewhere. The screen and resolution are fine for me but if you are a big fan of super fine resolution you might be disappointed with this screen. The other issue, and it is not overly frequent, but very occasionally the screen can be unresponsive to touch and there seems to be no rhyme or reason to it. Again this happens so infrequently that it hasn’t been a show stopper for me. The other big plus as the name implies is that the battery power lasts and lasts. It was noticeably better than my last phone. I generally change phones on average of about every year, but I am looking forward to possibly keeping this one for quite some time. 

6.Samsung Galaxy S22+ – 128GB – Phantom White – Verizon

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I finally upgraded from my Note 10+ that I got at launch all the way back in 2019, and my experience with the ultra relative to it has been pretty positive. But while the S line has been on a bumpy road with features additions, removals, combinations, and design changes, the only thing radically different between 2019 Note and 2022 Ultra is the 44 extra pixels of height on the display. It’s the same boxy design (which I like), the same curved sides (thankfully much less intense this time around), same S pen (almost exactly the same even), and the same Samsung experience we’ve gotten used to with OneUI. However, I am happy I upgraded, because while I didn’t gain any features, everything I had before has been upgraded and tweaked to be smoother, quicker, and more powerful. The display is much brighter, and is just as easily viewable outside on a bright day as it is inside at night. The battery, while I’ve heard it’s lesser than the S21 Ultra, is still miles ahead of the 5-6 hours my Note was left with by the time I upgraded (I had never replaced the battery), I’ll easily get 8 or 9 hours off a full charge and I’d consider myself a power user with many background apps as well as processing heavy daily tasks. S Pen thankfully has all of the features it did before, I’m one of the few who finds practical use for Air Command when watching YouTube propped on a table and don’t need to reach my arm across to skip or change the volume, and especially when taking photos from distances or if I need to hold a specific angle and tapping the shutter button would ruin it (I can’t be the only one with that problem right?). Speaking of photos, the cameras live up to the hype on this year’s Ultra. I’d heard complaints and gripes since the S20 but when I finally jumped it seems Samsung has ironed out most of those. Point and shoot picture taking, without any fancy zooming or photo modes, is class leading, and while you lose zoom options in the true 108 MP mode having a photo with a ton of detail can be cool and enhance it in most situations. Wide angle is basically perfect, with the great color and detail persisting across the lenses, and the zoom is mind blowing and very freeing. The best uses I’ve found for the zoom are wildlife or nature photos, where you can frame something exactly and get it in crisp detail. Zooming up to 60x is usually the most you’ll get away with, although I’ve managed to get a couple stunning shots at 100x, which is impossible on my brother’s S21 Ultra. The night mode is so good it’s almost a catch-22 (pun intended), if you take a picture at night it’ll automatically do a long exposure night mode photo and the result just looks like daytime, complete with blue skies. This does mean if you want to preserve the dark night look, some adjustments or post touchups will be needed, although it’s better to capture all the detail now and adjust later than to lose it all in the dark from the beginning. A good tip for using the camera is that photos never end up how they do from the viewfinder, there’s a ton of post process done on every one (something you can turn off in pro mode if it’s not your fancy) so you might just need to take a photo to see if it’ll be good. Video performance is pretty good but can be hit or miss, although admittedly I don’t take many videos. The same great color performance carries through most of the time but lighting can be a bit off, especially when you have a bright light in a dark room (i.e. a TV screen in a room at night) but it’s usually taken care of with quick adjustments with the brightness slider. A good benchmark for video lighting is plays, as in live actors across a stage. Being a large dark room and wanting to capture what’s going on can be tough for a lot of cameras but with a couple taps the S22 catches up and creates a surprisingly balanced and detailed video from what would normally be very non-optimal circumstances for phone cameras. Overall I think it’s definitely an Ultra phone, it’s got all the big numbers and lives up to them for me, even if they might not have in the device’s between my Note and now. And while there aren’t any new features compared to my Note, it doesn’t mean this isn’t the swiss army knife of phones, heck, electronic devices. As a tech enthused type I often need to do specific tasks for this and that and in specific ways for this device or that one, and this phone works every time when I use it, although for productivity my desktop computer is my first choice when I’m home. Samsung has made a very refined device, bringing all the best features from past devices and upgrading them to truly be worthy of the name Ultra. I’d recommend the phone to anyone looking for the absolute highest across the board, even if it doesn’t do anything incredibly interesting like fold in half or have a ring light built in. 

7.Samsung – Galaxy Note9 128GB (Unlocked) – Ocean Blue

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This was purchased to replace a Galaxy Note 5 that was unfortunately damaged beyond repair. I do NOT expect this phone to be as durable as the 5, due to the curved “screen edge” design, that replaced a very solid metal chassis rim with fragile glass, but it has expandable memory, which the Note 5 lacks. I am only 2 days into learning my way through the new interface, and I still find it very irritating, but I assume I will get used to it. I am not ready to droip this in the toilet, to see if the standard of waterproofing is up to the Note 5’s which survived that test. I may buy a second one just to have a spare on hand, if this one shatters the first time it hits the floor. The camera is not up to modern phone standards, but the battery was adeuate to video a 2 1/2 hour concert this evening. I bought it for features the new phones have eliminated: expandable memory, headphone jack, heart rate sensor and pulse oxymeter. I bought this instead of another Note 5 cuz I wanted expandable memory and USB-C. . 

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8.Motorola PALF0005US Moto G Power 64GB Gray R

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I remember Motorola from my teen years, in the mid to late 90’s, because my first ever pager 📟, was from Motorola, so I kind of have a soft spot in my heart for this brand, though this is the very 1st phone I’ve owned from them! I’ve only had this brand new phone for maybe a week now even though there are SOOOOO MANY different amazing functions personalization options, I am STILL getting used to it all the different new functions I had no idea about! So far, it’s been an amazing phone, no complaints here! My ONLY complaint is for ALL BRANDS of phones, not just this one that is that they NEVER send an actual, physical paper manual about all the different settings, styles, functions, ectera! I’m a VERY visual person having a manual in front of me as opposed to flipping between screens, is so much more easier! The phone itself is setup in Android style, which I very much like, as opposed to my daughter’s iPhone that she seems to have problems with ALL THE TIME! I enjoy the setup of it there are so many different styles options for the phone other applications! You can totally set it up to your own preferred preferences! There are SOOOOO many ways to personalize this phone that I’m STILL getting used to all of it! But I will admit that they have several live tutorials that have helped me to figure many things out they will ask you if you want to go through the tutorials several times! I’m just a book worm, tutorials are good but I like to do it for myself rather than being shown, but that’s just a personal preference! 📱 Details Functions 📱: *64 Gigs of Internal Storage, plus the storage on my sim card adds WAY MORE, *The camera itself quality are awesome! It is a Digital Camera as it has 50 Mega Pixels a quad camera which includes a front camera of course, BUT in back it also includes a Depth Camera, the Main Camera, a Macro Camera a Proximity Sensor, *Has facial recognition a fingerprint sensor on the back as many others do, *Speaker is good, could be a bit louder but it does have audio effects on the pull down screen on the main page, *HD calling, HD pictures videos, the screen is nice big-beautiful, clear movies, shows, videos pictures, *Quick screenshot action by holding 3 fingers down on the screen or image you’d like to capture, *Also has a Live Screen Record function, which my other, way older phone did not have! There are SO MANY things this phone CAN DO that I KNOW I’m forgetting some main things, but I’m STILL getting used to it STILL figuring out all this baby can do! So, I will update this review in the near future!!!!!! Overall, so far, so good! No complains here! It’s fast very functional! I have all the space I need to create my videos, pictures, ectera! It’s the perfect phone for me as I take tons of videos pics, do tons of research writing/blogging regarding my products my product reviews so I believe that I’ve finally found a phone that can keep up with me… Lol 😂!!!! #phone #haul #tech #techhaul #mobilephones #5G #Motorola #shopping #influenster @mummah.darling.reviews (IG) 

9.Google Pixel 5, Fully Unlocked | Black, 128 GB, 6.0 in Screen

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Worst phone I’ve ever owned, despite also being the most expensive phone I’ve ever owned. Feels shoddy and low quality compared to much, much cheaper Motorola phones I’ve owned in the past.

Seriously, Google – you’re how many generations deep into your flagship phone, and you don’t even have a gesture for opening the flashlight? Terrible interface for the camera – very difficult to access controls for things like flash or continuous shooting compared to other camera apps. The assistant is garbage, and almost never gets my questions correct the first try, and yet makes me screw around with waiting and then pressing an extra button to get to the actual Google results so that I can see the actual correct answer. I consistently have problems getting Google home to ring this phone when I’m trying to locate it, Even if it’s at high battery and connected to Wi-Fi. And on the subject of Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi calling is always messing up, with people unable to hear me at all. The settings app is completely worthless – I can never find anything in the search menu, and it’s not organized intelligently or intuitively enough for me to find anything without a lot of research and poking around. I have had this phone going into sleep mode while navigating on the maps app multiple times. The fingerprint sensor messes up constantly. “Not recognized. Not recognized. Not recognized.” It doesn’t matter how hard you try to keep the phone from locking itself, it will lock itself, and it will fight to stay locked at odd and random times.

The battery life is pretty decent, which is literally the only thing that keeps me from spiking this phone into the dumpster. Don’t get me wrong though, the temptation has been there many, many times.

I can never seem to get the volume to act the way that I want it to – It suddenly gets very loud for no apparent reason, or very quiet for no apparent reason. I try to mess with the volume mixer to get things right, but I can never seem to succeed… Maybe I’m just not intelligent enough to comprehend Google’s superior audio design “vision.”

The side swipe motion gesture to go back seems like an okay idea on paper, but tends to clash with other apps and web pages. I still haven’t gotten completely used to it after many months of using the phone. Bad design decision.

In their attempts to streamline everything and emulate Apple, Google has lost all of the advantages that they once had over Apple. I have learned my lesson, and will not buy a phone designed by Google again. This thing isn’t worth $700 – It hardly feels like it’s worth $70. Reading this review, I imagine some people will conclude that with a laundry list of issues this long, I may have simply gotten a defective phone. I would contend that this wide range of issues is only possible with severe design oversights – there are simply too many problems in too many different areas for the issues to be common to one hardware defect. To me, It feels like the problem comes from the software design, as well as bad or non-existent QA. I bought this phone at launch and have been using it ever since, and I don’t want to make it sound like it’s broken – I don’t get the impression that this phone has any actual manufacturing defects, but the overall user experience has been absolutely awful!

Final note – I dictated most of this review with speech to text, and it is bonkers how many words it gets wrong compared to cheaper phones on older versions of Android. And when it gets a word wrong, it gets it wrong in a way that I can’t even comprehend – such glaring, bizarre lingual mistakes that I actually marvel at how bad it is. What is Google doing? 

10.Google Pixel 7 – 256 GB – Obsidian – Unlocked

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Going from a 2020 Moto G Power to the Pixel 7, (only because Verizon is penalizing older customers by making them upgrade to 5G Unlimited plans or pay a surcharge for grandfathered plans), and my first impressions are that’s the Google Pixel 7 is a nice phone, BUT not as good as the moto g power in terms of ease of use and functionality. Battery has yet to be determined on the Pixel, but from a full charge, I’m down to 56% after 2 hours of use, so I doubt it’ll come close to the 2 to 3 days the G power lasts. Battery aside, I’ll say the Pixel 7 is faster, (3 times faster according to the geek bench score I got).l, I’m anticipating the camera will be better, the screen should be brighter outdoors and Google assistant seems a little more predictable and quicker, and I like the new theme colors that automatically match the wallpaper I select. Those are the only advantages I’ve found so far. The Pixel is a little narrower which will take some getting used to. The disadvantages of the Pixel are glaringly obvious compared to the Moto G Power 2020 unfortunately. The main ones I’ll mention for those Motorola users who are considering this change are: No Moto Actions… I absolutely love moto Actions because I can turn on the camera and the flashlight easily, as well as use the 3 finger screenshot. If you’re a Moto user be ready for some serious clunkiness for those frequently used features you’ll not have with the Pixel. Perhaps the biggest problem is where they decided to put the volume buttons on the Pixel, almost dead center on the phone under the power button. Not sure how I’ll mount the Pixel in my phone holder in the car due to that. The second biggest design blunder of the Pixel is the fingerprint sensor is in the screen and works like garbage. The 2020 g power had it on the back, it was easy, consistent, and quick. The Pixel may as well not even have a bio unlock, you’ll be regressing to using a PIN, or the face unlock which is hit or miss and certainly won’t work in the dark like a fingerprint sensor does. The audio sound is okay on the pixel, perhaps not as high volume as the Motorola but it has a nicer quality, although nothing like an iPhone. The stereo speakers are both on the bottom on the pixel, which is a step backwards from the moto g power which has a speaker on the bottom and the top. Lastly the new pixel has a Google assistant search bar widget that cannot be removed from the home screen and is in the worst possible place at the bottom of the screen, so expect plenty of accidental assistant launches that you cannot disable. Needless to say I’ll certainly miss all those great aspects of the moto g power now that I’ve got the Pixel 7. What I’m looking forward to is a speedier experience overall and hopefully some of the funky glitchy things that plague the moto g power like the slow and sometimes unresponsive auto rotate display, the Google assistant while locked, (never worked on the moto g power but seems to work fine on the pixel), and I’m hoping some of Google’s features like driving mode will work a little better on the pixel but I’ve yet to try them. This is an early review, and comparing the two phones isn’t exactly fair because the Motorola G Power 2020 was a very purpose built phone compared to a fancy flagship phone. I’m still a little apprehensive about the switch, but hoping to get past it. 

The Best 10 Android Phone List

Rank Product Price Rating
1 Google Pixel 7 – 256 GB – Obsidian – AT&T $0.00 4.3
2 Samsung Galaxy S9 G960u 64GB Unlocked Gsm/cdma 4G LTE Phone w/ 12mp Camera (USA … $99.98 4.5
3 Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra – 128GB – Burgundy – Verizon $0.00 4.5
4 Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – 256 GB – Mirror Purple – Unlocked $129.95 4
5 Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 – 256GB – Graphite – AT&T $0.00 4.4
6 Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G – 128 GB – White – T-Mobile / Sprint $0.00 4.5
7 Galaxy Z Fold 4 Cell Phone, Factory Unlocked Android Smartphone,256GB, Flex Mode … $1,289.00 4.5
8 Sony Xperia PRO-I 512GB 5G Smartphone (Unlocked, Frosted Black) $1,099.99 4.5
9 Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe 5G SM-G781B 16.5 cm (6.5 ) Android 10.0 USB Type-C 6 GB 128 … $155.00 4.5
10 Google Pixel 6 Pro | Unlocked | Stormy Black | 128 GB $325.00 3.8

Editor Pick’s 10 Android Phone

  • Xiaomi Poco F4 5G 128GB 6GB Ram Dual Sim GSM Unlocked – Night Black
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 5G – 128GB – Phantom Black (with 24 Monthly installments)
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G – 128 GB – White – T-Mobile / Sprint
  • Samsung Galaxy S22+ – 128GB – Phantom White – Verizon
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 5G G991U 128GB Smartphone – Gray T-Mobile Locked
  • Motorola Edge – 256 GB – Solar Black – Unlocked
  • OnePlus 9 5G LE2110 128GB 8GB RAM Factory Unlocked (GSM Only | No CDMA) China …
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – 256GB – Mirror Black – Sprint
  • Motorola Moto G Pure Unlocked (32GB) – Blue
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 G960u 64GB Unlocked Gsm/cdma 4G LTE Phone w/ 12mp Camera (USA …

Android Phone Related Questions

Question:Which is best Android phone?

Answer: Best Android phone overall: Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Considering that Samsung’s Galaxy S21 and S22 Ultra held this spot for almost all of 2021 and 2022, Samsung didn’t need to do much for the Galaxy S23 Ultra to claim this spot immediately upon release, particularly in the U.S. market.

Question:Is Android just Samsung?

Answer: Google manufactures some Android devices, such as Pixel smartphones. Other brand manufacturers of Android smartphones and tablets are OnePlus, Motorola, and Samsung. Since the Android operating system is open-source, Android smartphones are manufactured and published by various manufacturers worldwide.

Question:Which is better Android or iPhone?

Answer: iOS is generally faster and smoother Performance is one of the things iOS usually does better than Android. This seems ridiculous considering iPhone internals. The iPhone 14 Pro Max is currently the most powerful Apple smartphone, and it features a six-core CPU with 6GB of RAM.

Question:What is the difference between a smartphone and an Android?

Answer: Android vs Smartphones Well smartphones are a classification of phones that have advanced capabilities beyond the call and messaging features that we’ve come to expect. On the other hand, Android is not a specific type of phone but an operating system that is used mainly in smartphones.

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