Choosing the right smartphone is arguably one of the most important decisions a person can make. It’s a personal device that keeps you connected throughout the day. Things like how long the battery lasts, what size the device and it’s screen are, how bright and clear that screen is, how fast the device works and what type of cameras it has all matter. If you’re looking for the best Android phone for you, you’ve come to the right place.
The phones we’ve listed here are top-of-the-line, flagship type phones that are meant to be the-best-of-the-best. It’s the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge vs the LG G4 vs the HTC One M9 vs the Huawei P8 vs the Motorola Nexus 6. We’ve done our best to make comparing the specs of each of these phones against their competitors as easy as possible by ordering them best to worst in a number of categories like screen size and display sharpness, cameras, processors, battery and Android version. We’ve also added some simple takeaways in each category to help you make the best possible purchasing decision. Enjoy!
Just speaking for the team here at DailyTekk, we like the looks of the Huawei P8 the best, followed by the Galaxy S6 Edge.
Screen Size / Display Sharpness
If you want a big Android phone consider the Nexus 6—at almost 6″ it’s an absolutely massive phablet. If, on the other hand, you’re looking for a smaller Android phone that fits nicely in your pocket consider the HTC One M9 or the Galaxy S6 Edge—both feature screens that are almost an entire inch smaller than the Nexus 6. If you want a really nice sharp and bright screen, consider the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge or the LG G4, both of which Quad HD displays.
Android phones ranked by screen size:
- Motorola Nexus 6: 5.96″ screen
- LG G4: 5.5″ screen
- Huawei P8: 5.2’’ screen
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: 5.1″ screen
- HTC One M9: 5″ screen
Android phones ranked by display sharpness:
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Quad HD Super AMOLED display, 2560 x 1440, 577 PPI
- LG G4: 5.5″ Quad HD IPS Quantum display, 2560 x 1440, 538 PPI
- Motorola Nexus 6: 5.96″ AMOLED 1440 x 2560, 493 PPI