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Best Android phones In 2018

Google’s Android operating system accounts for a vast majority in today’s smartphone market. In recent times, many Best Android phones In 2018 has flagship smartphones come with 6GB of DDR4 RAM, equivalent to the RAM available on a normal laptop. Alongside, while you may still be using a Full HD television at home, the screen resolution on top tier smartphones has been moved to 2K, and in some cases, even 4K. The camera quality has also improved massively, and is steadily progressing with each new smartphone. With all of these in mind, there are a lot of options to go through. Here, we give you a list of the best Android phones to buy in Nigeria, in 2018.


There are new phones arriving all the time, especially when it comes to the world of Android phones. Apple's iPhone might be popular but handsets running Google's mobile OS provide you with a wealth of choice.
Here at Tech Advisor we independently test each phone thoroughly so we can bring you the very best ones you can buy at any given moment. Here we rank the top 10 but keep checking as new ones will be added regularly.
So far in 2018 we've had some cracking Android phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Huawei P20 Pro. There's lot more on the way though including the LG G7OnePlus 6 and HTC U12.

Your buying guide for the best Android phones in 2018

You might still be considering an iPhone, but it's worth checkout out the amazing selection of Android phone before you make a final decision. While you only get to choose from a handful of Apple handsets, there's something for everyone when it comes to Android.
The top Android phones are made by the likes of Samsung, Huawei, LG, OnePlus, Sony, HTC and others.
They come in all shapes, sizes, colours and each has selling points – whether it's a sleek waterproof design, a massive display or no less than three cameras. Sometimes, you might get all of this in one phone.
Since you're often paying in excess of £600 for these phones, you can expect to get tip top build quality and the latest hardware and software features. Differences between devices can be minimal so a lot will likely come down to personal preference.
If these are too expensive, then we also have dedicated charts for mid-range phones and budget phones. So you'll find something no matter how much you have to spend.
We've done our best to rank the phones in order taking into account build, value, performance and features. However, make sure you get the phone that's right for your needs – it might not simply be the phone in the top spot.
Note that where phones are very similar – like the S9 and S9 Plus – we've picked the one we think is better to appear in the chart. This is so the 10 phones are nicely varied, providing a wider choice, but the version not chosen is still a valid choice.
Clicking through to our in-depth reviews will help where we have detailed benchmarks, test photography and more.
OnePlus6
OnePlus 6
  • Reviewed on: 2 July 2018
  • RRP: $529 (6GB/64GB); $579 (8GB/64GB); $629 (8GB/128GB)


The OnePlus 6 doesn't have everything you could possibly want on a smartphone, but it does offer an unrivalled level of bang for your buck.
If you really want things like waterproofing and wireless charging then you'll need to spend more, which is fine if you have the budget. But for most people, the OnePlus 6 is simply a steal with amazing design, build quality, specs and performance at an affordable price.

Samsung Galaxy S9+
Samsung Galaxy S9
  • Reviewed on: 21 May 2018
  • RRP: US$719


There's no doubt that the Galaxy S9 is one of the best phones of the year. It offers an excellent all-round experience with Samsung expertly blending design, hardware and software to make a phone that will appeal to all kinds of users.
You only need to spend extra on the Galaxy S9+ if you really want the extra camera, bigger screen and other internal upgrades - more RAM, storage and a bigger battery aren't as noticeable. 
However, we can't avoid the fact that the improvements  - namely the camera and biometrics - are minor and in many ways the S9 is the same as the S8 but with a higher price tag. Those on last year's model will unlikely be able to justify the upgrade and those on an S7 or earlier might want to grab the S8 at a now much lower price.


Huawei P20 Pro
Huawei P20 Pro
  • Reviewed on: 20 June 2018
  • RRP: TBC


In the P20 Pro Huawei has delivered a stunning phone which should be on your shortlist along with the Galaxy S9 and iPhone X. Sure, there are some niggles such as the lack of stabilisation for 4K video, no headphone jack and no wireless charging,but if your priority is photography then the P20 Pro does not disappoint.
Add in the long battery life, dual SIM slots and great screen and you've got the complete package: this is one of the best phones of 2018.
It's a fair amount more than the regular model so save yourself £200 on the regular P20 if you don't mind 'only' dual rear cameras, no waterproofing and an LCD screen vs OLED.

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