Top 10 Smartphones of 2017

So whether you're after the best Android smartphone with latest specs and features, that money can buy or an iPhone upgrade, so we have compiled a list of top “TEN” smartphones that are currently available in market, starting with the best one:

 1. IPhone 7


Pros:
Good low light camera
Water resistant

Cons:
Battery life better but unimpressive
Lacks clear upgrades
Apple new flagship smartphone is setting the bar high with its new specs and features, as it’s the most trending smartphone in the market right now.  The new iPhone isn't the phone that many will have been waiting for, as it comes with a similar look and feel to previous models, but it makes many hardware and software improvements over the previous one. The camera has received a major update while the look and feel are the same but that doesn't mean it's a bad phone, far from it in fact with a power boost under the hood, water resistant and a  upgrade making a difference.

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2. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge


Pros:
Beautiful screen
Super camera
Great Design
Powerful Hardware

Cons:
Slight plastic feel
Expensive
Fragile as back is also of glass
Last year's Galaxy S6 Edge was a good phone, but it was very much similar to the standard model as it has curved screen from one side. Fast forward to today and the S7 Edge takes all the great looks of the S6 Edge, makes them even more curvier and combines it with the power and feature set of the S7.
The camera is just brilliant, the mix of metal and glass is really nice to hold, and even the Touchwiz interface is turning into something more usable than before. Battery life improvements are hugely welcomed, and while the price is higher, but the features and performance it offers is for the price its worth, so many will be happy with the outlay.

3. iPhone 7 Plus


Pros:
Apple's dual camera, big screen phone is a winner
Gorgeous water resistant design
Dual camera

Cons:
Old design
Could be too big for some
It's inside where the iPhone 7 Plus has received the biggest upgrade it is now packing Apple's blazing fast A10 Fusion processor. The camera has also received a major upgrade, now with two 12MP sensors capable of 2x optical zoom. To finish it off, the iPhone 7 Plus comes running  iOS 10, Apple's latest and greatest mobile OS.

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4. Samsung Galaxy S7

Pros:
Improved hardware
Waterproof design
Fantastic screen and power
Cons:
High price
Fingerprint magnet
Fragile
Samsung Galaxy S7 is a upgraded version of last year Samsung Galaxy S6 with improvements in every department.
Firstly, the rear of the phone feels much nicer thanks to a curved back (through a process called 3D Thermo Forming), it's now water resistant and a microSD slot is a welcome feature to return, after it was dropped last year.

5. HTC 10

Pros:
Boomsound sounds
Great battery life and camera
Amazing sound and software
Cons:
Chunky
Uninspired design
The HTC 10 is a phone that adopts the design heritage and all the other good bits of last year's One M9 and, well, does them again, but better. It' has shown how to make a premium smartphone with a great sound, decent camera, display and great battery life .HTC has really improvised on the criticisms of the previous generation devices, and created their best ever flagship smartphone.

6. LG G5

Pros:
Super performance
Useful wide angle camera
Cons:
Questionable design
Battery could be better
Plastic body
LG's back, and with an innovative bang. This is a phone that's designed to support modular accessories and LG is the first one to introduce this concept on top of the clever dual camera there's a clip at the bottom that lets you pull the battery out. As it is a modular phone one can attach new modules to improve the audio, battery life or camera grippability.

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7. Moto Z

Pros:
Creative modular accessories
World's thinnest phone
Cons:
No 3.5mm headphone jack
Big camera bump, small battery
The Moto Z is an incredibly thin world’s thinnest smartphone that sets a new record at 5.19 in so-called "thickness," but you shouldn't want it to stay that thin. This is a modular smartphone, allowing you to clip on game-changing accessories onto its back thanks to built-in magnets. It’s a best choice for tech savvy people who the newest and the latest tech that has to offer.

8. MOTO G4

Pros:
Great camera
Dual sim
Water repellent
Cons:
No fingerprint sensor
Older chipset
Motorola's Moto G4 is the fourth generation of the popular Moto G and it's bigger and bolder than the original. A 5.5-inch display is seen this time round, and it's a little more expensive too. its octa-core processor and graphics are capable of handling most tasks and battery life is good. The Moto G4 is the king of the budget handsets and although there is the option of the G4 Plus with its improved camera and fingerprint sensor, the Moto G4 is a phone that shouldn't be ignored.

9. Nexus 6P

Pros:
Great camera
Good build quality
Latest software
Latest hardware specs
Cons:
No expandable storage
Lacks wireless charging
Expensive
It has a full metal body and although the design isn’t that great from the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, it made Nexus about desirability as well as affordability. There's plenty of power, a 5.5-inch display that's full of detail and pop, a incredibly fast fingerprint scanner, USB Type-C and a camera that's capable of some great shots in all conditions. This is a wonderful pure Android handset that undercuts many Android flagships.

10. Huawei P9

Pros:
Aluminum with sandblasted finish or ceramic unibody
Rapid charging
Great Camera
Cons:
Non-removable battery
Hybrid DualSIM/microSD card slot limits options on the dual-SIM model
No 3D Touch like the Plus model
No NFC for the Dual SIM model

It has cleaner software, ample power, decent cameras, the best fingerprint scanner on the market, and a variety of features that successfully place it in among the flagship runnings.

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