If you’re in the market for a new Android phone, the breadth of options can be overwhelming. But choice is probably the greatest thing about Google’s mobile OS. Android guarantees a similar user experience across many makes and models of phones, while letting you prioritize the features you want. Whether it’s a long-lasting battery you need or a headphone jack, there’s bound to be at least one
Android phone out there that will satisfy your needs.We’ve tested dozens of Android phones of all shapes, sizes and prices here at Tom’s Guide, and Google’s Pixel 3 has risen to the top of the heap thanks to its cutting
edge software and class-leading camera. But it’s hardly the only Android device that’s worthy of your consideration.Those hoping to save a bit more cash would be well advised to look into OnePlus’ fast and smooth 6T.
Top budget picks include Nokia’s Android One-backed 7.1 and the Moto G6. Additionally, we’d be remiss if we didn’t recognize Samsung’s juggernaut Galaxy S10looming on the horizon, preparing for a Feb. 20 release.Here are the best Android phones available right now.