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Below is a list we advise you to follow when you are looking for an android phone to get :


  • Samsung (March/October): Samsung’s latest flagships, the S7 and S7 Edge, were just announced this week at Mobile World Congress. They’ll come out on March 11th. If you’re more interested in Samsung’s Galaxy Note line, you’ll have longer to wait for the newest version. The most recent version, the Note 5, was released in August of last year. Typically the Notes are updated between August and October. For now the Note 5 is new enough to be worth buying, but if you’re looking to buy around summer, you may want to wait.




  • LG (April): The new LG G5, which is absolutely insane, comes out in early April. According to our friends at Gizmodo, the phone is a stark deviation from its predecessors. It has an all-metal frame with a removable battery pack, something not even Samsung or Apple have managed to pull off. The G5 should go on sale around the beginning of April.


  • HTC (April-May): This year, HTC elected to skip Mobile World Congress, so we haven’t seen an official announcement of its next handset. However, HTC usually releases their phones in mid-spring. Some leaked info has already shown what it will probably look like, but you can only rely on tech rumors so much. Look for the new version of HTC’s flagship to launch sometime around April or May. Below is a rumour review :



  • Google Nexus (Early Fall): Google’s current Nexus phones include theNexus 6P and the Nexus 5X, which were released at the end of September and the end of October respectively. Typically, Google announces new Nexus phones somewhere around September, and they hit shelves about a month or two later. These are the youngest of last year’s flagship handsets, so if you’re going to buy something now, the Nexus phones are the newest. Plus, they’re first in line to get Android updates, so they’ve got longevity to them.


We strive to deliver the best suggestions for you. Hoping this review will help you choose the next phone to enter your pocket.