With bigger and more powerful smartphones being launched every now and then, it is a war zone out there. Smartphones are ruling the digital media platform. Several businesses are now focusing on mobile marketing as a larger volume of sales is happening through smartphones.
The time spent on laptop and desktop computers is falling down as smartphones can do almost everything that a computer can do and lots more- and can fit into your pocket conveniently as well. Here is a list of some of the best smartphones to buy in 2017:
- iPhone 7 plus:
Apple has been around for a while and is now taking part in the race of larger screen smartphones. The iPhone 7 Plus comes with a massive 5.5inch display. The 3GB RAM makes the device seriously quick and has practically zero lag. It comes with the faster and smoother iOS 10. This and the iPhone 7 are the first models released by apple with a quad-core processor that promises some hard-core improvements in the efficiency of mobile. The A10 processor with the 64-bit architecture combined with the M10 motion-coprocessor offers stunning graphics. Apple also has included a Retina HD display with LED backlight which is the best among the other iPhones released so far. So your images are crisper and brighter than ever before. The rear dual 12MP camera with a wide f1.8 aperture and the 4-LED flash is a killer combination. There is a 7MP front camera that performs equally well. with improved durability, water, and dust resistant body, this is one iPhone that is sure to impress all the iPhone lovers.
- OnePlus 3T:
Much like its predecessors, this one too comes as an all-rounder that offers impressive performance. The 7.35mm metal body offers a 5.5inch AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass for better durability. The phone has a 2.35GHz Quad Core processor from Snapdragon and a whopping 6GB RAM that makes this phone lightning fast. The front and rear camera are both 16MP. The 3410mAH battery in the 3T is a little bigger than that in the OnePlus 3. With a neat user interface, some impressive features all available at an unbelievably reasonable price, this phone is a clear winner in the Android segment.
- Xiaomi Mi5:
From the world’s fourth-largest smartphone maker, Xiaomi, this one comes with a complete design makeover from its predecessors. The Mi Note 2 was a great success and Xiaomi phones are known to offer impressive features at competitive prices and this one is no exception. With a bright 5.15 inch IPS LCD display (full HD) this phone packs a 1.8GHz Quad Core processor. A 3GB RAM is not the highest in this segment but is definitely fast and offers a smooth multitasking performance. There is a 16MP rear camera with dual LED flash and a 4MP front-facing camera. The 3000 mAH Li-ion polymer battery is non-removable. It also comes with the Quick Charge feature for faster charging.
- HTC 10:
With HTC’s signature metal body, it comes with a 5.2 inch Quad HD display with the added protective layer of Corning Gorilla glass. It is one of the first smartphones to be released with OIS or Optical Image Stabilization feature in the rear (12MP) and front (5MP) cameras. The camera that is also rated high on the quality scores offers crisper natural looking pictures. The high-resolution audio module offers crystal clear sounds both through earphones and the mobile speakers. The unibody in solid double textured metal, bundles a 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon, Quad Core Processor, and a powerful, fast 4GB RAM. With some seriously impressive specs, subtle improvements on the design, HTC has released yet another stunner.
- Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge:
This is one of the much-awaited models from Samsung with its unique edge display. The 5.5 inch super AMOLED dual edge display is one of the best yet released by Samsung. The device comes with a striking 2.3GHz Octa Core Processor and a 4GB RAM. With a wider f/1.7 aperture in both the rear (12MP) and front (5MP) facing cameras and some slick controls, you can click great pictures conveniently with this phone. With a 3600 mAH battery phone also comes with a convenient wireless charging feature.
The battle between iOS and Android still remains unsettled. Android phones are popular for all the extra features offered at attractive prices. Apple has now started understanding the competition and we now have iPhones with new improved features than the previous ones. For the Android lovers, however, the choices remain virtually limitless.