We are halfway through 2018 and we have seen some of the most promising Android smartphones so far. OnePlus 6 has been the best release with top notch specs and features, while others are catching up the lead with the addition of new features and improved hardware. Some of the phones are really a crowd-puller, while others are gradually making progress. So, today we take a look at the Top 3 Android Phones of 2018 that’s getting all the attention since the start of the year. Here’s our list:
1. OnePlus 6
This phone is a sure shot winner and completely worth the purchase. OnePlus 6 has a great build quality and design. It looks stylish and offers a seamless experience with Oxygen OS. The performance is splendid and you won’t have to worry about the battery as it easily charges up to 55% in 30 mins with the dash charge feature. The OnePlus 6 starts at a price tag of $529.
Chipset : Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Processor
Screen Size : 6.28 – Inches
Memory : 64/128/256GB storage
Camera : 16Mp and 20Mp rear cameras, f/1.7, support for 4K video at 60fps
2. Samsung Galaxy S9
This phone is currently one of the most sought after in the smartphone market since it boasts of an exceptional design and aesthetics that appeals to the masses. The look and feel is similar to the Samsung Galaxy S8 phone and has the sleek combination of metal and glass. Samsung Galaxy S9 is available for a price of $699.
Chipset : Exynos 8910 Chip
Screen Size : 5.8 – Inches
Memory : 64GB internal storage, Expandable upto 400GB
Camera : 12 MP Primary Camera / 8 MP Front Camera
3. Huawei P20 Pro
This is a stunning phone from Huawei and has the best camera if photography is your priority. The battery life is long and the phone has an eye catching design. You get the option to purchase the phone in colors of Black, Pink Gold or Midnight Blue. Huawei P20 Pro comes at a price tag of $849.
Chipset : 2.4GHz HiSilicon Kirin 970 octa-core processor
Screen Size : 6.1 – Inches
Memory : 128GB storage, 6GB RAM
Camera : 40 MP Primary Camera / 8 MP Front Camera
The above list is completely unbiased and is a personal opinion from TheAppleGoogle team.