Top 10 Best Sprint Android phones 2017



Android phones are direct competitors of the iPhone, offering the same kind of experience with tons of apps and a large and multi-touch touch-screen. Contrary to the iPhone, however, Android smartphones rely on an open-source operating system and can be manufactured by various manufacturers and you'll see Motorola Android phones, Samsung and a lot of HTC Android smartphones, to name a few. This list computes the best Sprint Android phones based on multiple reviews.

#1.

#1. LG Tribute HD
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Analysis:

Even though it relies on a (-basic 1.3GHz quad-core processor-) (-) and comes with (-only 2100mAh of power-) (-), both of which are familiar low-end cons, the LG Tribute HD's pros certainly put it above all older Tribute models... (more)

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#2.

#2. LG V20
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The (+world's first smartphone to run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box+) (+) is LG's V20, a sequel to the 2015 V10 that brings back its ancestor's (+chic Second Screen technology+) (+), which is basically a 2.1-inch 160 x 1040 513ppi IPS Quantum panel sitting right above its (+5.7-inch Quad HD 513ppi main interface+) (+)... (more)

Noteworthy:

  • Performance: The LG V20 lines up with tons of other flagship smartphones (as of 2016) by running on a Snapdragon 820 CPU (dual 2.15GHz + dual 1.6GHz) aided by a 4GB LPDDR4 RAM and an Adreno 530 graphics chip
  • Special: it is the first smartphone to feature a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC (ESS SABRE ES9218) audio system, promising to minimize overall audio distortion and background noise
  • Imaging: it likely adds itself to our list of the best camera smartphones (as of September 2016) by touting literally two rear cameras (16-megapixel and 8-megapixel), which deliver premium-class features like electronic image stabilization (EIS) and hybrid autofocus
  • Durability: it is one of only a handful of premium Androids sporting MIL-STD-810G-certified shells, meaning that it resists drops from as high as four feet
  • Connectivity: it reels in LTE Cat 12 speeds of up to 600Mbps, which is insanely-fast, considering that most other high-end smartphones (when it cae out) reach only up to 150Mbps on LTE Cat 4 bands


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#3.

#3. LG Stylo 2
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Analysis:

This sequel to the LG G Stylo, though bringing back the 720p-only (-) 5.7-inch screen (a Full HD definition sounds more-appropriate for its size) and running on a basic-level 1.2GHz quad-core CPU (-), comes with several pros over its predecessor... (more)

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#4.

#4. HTC 10
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Analysis:

Even though we would not call it a 10/10 smartphone just yet, the HTC 10 gets pretty close with the selection of pros and cons that it lugs... (more)

Noteworthy:

  • Performance: The HTC 10 bellows high-end with its 64-bit 2.2GHz Snapdragon 820 four-core engine accompanied by a premium-tier 4GB RAM
  • Imaging: it introduces OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) on both rear and front cameras, aiming to render flagship imaging quality for large-scale captures as well as selfies
  • Connectivity: it promises up-to-450Mbps data rates (Cat 9 LTE), which should be blazing fast compared to what the majority of older HTC models offered

#5.

#5. Samsung Galaxy S7
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Analysis:

Just like LG's MWC 2016 G5 flagship, Samsung's Galaxy S7 runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 2.1GHz + 1.6GHz quad-core processor (+) (for US and most western markets) with 4G of LPDDR4 RAM (+), though they did not come without a couple of minor cons... (more)

Noteworthy:

  • Special: it has two photodiodes on its pixels (instead of one) through the Dual Pixel camera technology, which means that its 12-megapixel camera potentially focuses quicker and more-accurately than conventional solutions
  • Connectivity: it promises up to 450Mbps maximum data speeds on LTE Cat 9 networks, which is blazing fast when compared to the 300Mbps and 150Mbps max data rates scored by many of its rivals

#6.

#6. Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
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Unveiled during the MWC 2016, the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge boasts an always-on Quad HD Super AMOLED 5.5-inch display that flows outwards onto its edges, a design concept that Samsung calls Edge Screen (+)... (more)

Worth mentioning:

  • Performance: The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge rocks a more promising hardware setup than its predecessor, in the form of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 64-bit 14nm CPU, a 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, and an Adreno 530 GPU
  • Special: it joins the S6 models and its plain S7 sibling in offering the Universal Flash Storage 2.0 technology (64GB maximum native memory), which is marketed as a more-efficient alternative to the conventional eMMC storage type
  • Imaging: it claims to focus as quickly and as accurately as the human eye with the Dual Pixel camera technology offered by its 12-megapixel 4K primary camera

#7.

#7. LG X power
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Analysis:

A middle-class X-series model that specializes on power, the LG X power (LGK210) boasts a (+whopping 4100mAh battery capacity+) (+) with Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 technology and reverse charging (via OTG)... (more)

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#8.

#8. Samsung Galaxy Note5
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With its 16-megapixel Ultra HD (4K) VDIS (Video Digital Imaging Stabilization) main camera (+), Exynos 7420 octa-core 2.1GHz + 1.5GHz 64-bit processor (+), and up to 128GB UFS (Universal Flash Storage) memory (+), Samsung's fifth Galaxy Note model is obviously in the same premium department as the brand's 2015 S6 and S6 Edge flagships... (more)

Worth mentioning:

  • Performance: The Samsung Galaxy Note5 ties up with many premium-end models via its split-octa-core Exynos 7420 processor running at 2.1GHz and 1.5GHz respectively
  • Special: it merges the high-speed SSD (used for PCs) and the low-power eMMC (for conventional smartphones) memory types for its Universal Flash Storage (UFS) of up to 128GB
  • Imaging: it rocks a high-end 16-megapixel UHD (4K) camera sprinkled with Video Digital Imaging Stabilization (VDIS), Live Broadcast, and an 8x optical zoom
  • Connectivity: it is one of the first ever smartphones to come with a v4.2 Bluetooth standard, which is apparently faster than older mutations

#9.

#9. Samsung Galaxy S8
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Analysis:

Samsung goes big -- literally and figuratively -- with the Galaxy S8's infinity display... (more)

What We Noted:

  • Performance: The Samsung Galaxy S8 is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 835 processor, which gives it a promising max clock speed of 2.35 GHz
  • Imaging: it revamps its predecessor's selfie cam with a new 8-megapixel sensor, which records videos at an impressive and ground-breaking (in the context of early 2017) 1440p

#10.

#10. LG G5
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Analysis:

Not only is LG's 2016 G5 one of the first major-brand smartphones to run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 2.1GHz quad-core processor (+), it is also among the earliest metal-framed models to offer battery interchangeability via a modular design concept (+), though it could have done better than a 2800mAh in-box battery (-)... (more)

Noteworthy:

  • Performance: The LG G5 relies on a 4GB RAM, a Snapdragon 820 2.1GHz four-core engine, and an Adreno 530 graphics chip for its potentially-premium performance
  • Special: it is crafted with a changeable module that allows you to slide the battery tray out and plug a fresh battery in, which is LG's solution to the lack of replaceable batteries among metal-clad smartphones
  • Imaging: it promises premium-class imaging with its 16-megapixel f/1.8 4K-video camera, decorated with an 8x digital zooming function (0.5x zoom out), laser autofocus, and a dual LED flash



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