So, your trusty phone has retired. Do you have any choice rather than replacing it? Kissing our old pals goodbye would be one of the hardest things in life, especially when you have shared a lot of things together. Yeah, let’s cut the drama. We all know no gadgets are going to last. If we can’t fix them, we can replace them. After all, that’s how the cycle goes. So, if you've been patronizing Android smartphones ever since, I’d say tasting the new flavor of the cutting edge gadgets is but a daring step since a lot of factors are involved. You have to see the bigger picture in order for you to find which one you are really going to fish out of your pocket to get you through with everyday activities. But if you've been using perhaps an iPhone or *insert whatever mobile phone you have been using here*, might as well choose Android for a change. Trying something new wouldn't hurt that much, I guess.
So, if you are on the hunt for tiptop smartphones available in the tech giant’s shelves, without further ado, let’s hit the list below:
#1: HTC One
Ever thought of why I enlisted HTC One first on the list? It’s evident in the name itself—ONE. If you are looking for a sturdy smartphone, then HTC One could satisfy your cravings with its well-built, aluminum-clad. Although, not to say that the design would be ideal for all Android users, but it’s a proof that Android phones can have a sturdy aluminum feel rather than sticking to Sammy’s plastic form factor. Moreover, it has a multiple carrier. HTC One starts retails at $199.99 with contract.
#2: Samsung Galaxy S4
If you are looking for a heap of features on a smartphone or in other words, looking for a genius phone, then I would offer Samsung Galaxy S4 right off the bat. It runs Android 4.2.2 Jellybean—although it’s not the latest platform of Android, still works at its best. If you have loved its predecessor S3, you’re going to love the Galaxy S4 even more. Although its plastic-build is yet again something to complain about, still it’s one of the best phones existing as your eyes couldn't get any spoiled with the display. Again, it is offered on multiple carriers and its cost starts at $199.99 with contract.
#3: LG G2
Tired of your Android phone’s battery life dying out after just a few hours of rocking? LG G2, regardless of how big its screen is, has an excellent battery to flaunt even if you pair it up with multi-tasking. This 5.2-incher may be the latest Android-powered superphone to date, but bugs would always find their way to resurface, and they may get you a bit miffed. Not to mention, the voice quality of LG G2 is a bit disappointing. Nonetheless, you’ll love how its powerful battery supports its super-fast processor.
I’d like to put some more phones on the list, but I’d like to shorten this article as well. Now, once you've chosen which phone you are going to buy, prep yourself up with mobile phone accessories to cater your needs.