The 5 Best Android Phones You Can Buy NOW (2015)

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Doesn’t it seem like a bunch of new Android phones are announced every month? I know… there are a LOT to choose from. But which are the best? It can be hard to choose: do you go with the phone that has the biggest marketing budget? Speaking of budgets, is it alright to go with a cheaper Android phone? IS there a cheaper Android phone that doesn’t suck (see Moto X below for an answer)?

And with so many Android phones, what really sets one apart from another? Well, in many cases is basically comes down to three things: looks, how you feel about a brand and “little extras” companies have thrown in to try to differentiate their product from the herd. In the end, a few extra megapixels in the camera or a slightly faster processor doesn’t really make THAT much of a difference… good battery life, however, is a big deal. So if you’re looking for a narrowed-down list of the best Android phones that are currently available to choose from, here’s where you should start…

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HTC One M9

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Lets start with the camera: the HTC One M9 boasts a 20 megapixel rear-facing camera—that’s actually 4 more than the Galaxy S6 Edge. The camera also lets you create Split Captures, use your voice to take selfies and even has a “live makeup” feature. Another standout feature: the M9’s sound. HTC partnered with Dolby to recreate the 5.1 surround sound experience on mobile for a more “cinematic” experience. This phone’s software experience is somewhat customizable; it’s one of the features HTC is pushing to make it feel different from the scores of other Android devices on the market. To that end, they have included an app called HTC Themes which creates entire themes using the colors/feel of uploaded photos.

Motorola Moto X

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Motorola has positioned the Moto X to be the phone that you can choose how it looks and how it works. Regular DailyTekk readers know that I’m keen on customization and the Moto X can be customized from the inside out. Want real wood or leather? You got it. You can choose things like metal accents and colors as well. You can even add a custom laser-etched signature. The Moto X runs an unadulterated version of Android (the latest version)—meaning it hasn’t been ...

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