Smart Phones are very essential in our life these days. They are one piece of machinery we find it very difficult to live without as they help us contact our loved ones and are a source of entertainment for us. Here are the top 5 Android SmartPhones these days:

1. Samsung Galaxy S8:

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is the best Android phone you can buy right now. Period. For starters – it’s the best-looking phone we’ve ever seen, with those gorgeous curves and that all display front catching gazes. Likewise, camera quality goes near unrivalled, while performance is similarly best in its class. This’ll be a phone that’ll last you for the years to come. Get the S8 if you’re after a proper smartphone investment.
Now, the sticking point lies in the S8’s sky-high asking price. It’s not cheap at £679, and it’s bigger brother is even more expensive – with the S8 Plus setting you back at least £779 for an extra 0.4in of screen real estate, and a slightly bigger battery. Regardless – the regular Galaxy S8 is a sheer marvel of a phone, and rightly earns the crown of best smartphone you can buy in 2017.

2. OnePlus 3T:

The OnePlus 3 has been replaced by the OnePlus 3T a mere five months after its launch and, while it’s still a great phone, it isn’t quite the bargain the OnePlus 3 was.The bad news is that it completely supplants the OnePlus 3, which the firm has now run out of.
Largely, though, the OnePlus 3T is the same phone as before, just a touch more expensive. Should you buy one? If you’re looking for a smartphone bargain, absolutely. With a Snapdragon 821 and a huge 6GB of RAM, the OnePlus 3 is among the fastest smartphones around, rivalling the LG G5 (also listed below), and it’s almost as fast as Samsung’s Galaxy S7 as well. Combine that with 64GB (or now 128GB) of storage, better battery life than before and a stunning aluminium chassis.

3.LG G5:

LG’s done the impossible with the LG G5, combining a full metal unibody with an interchangeable battery. How has it achieved this feat of technical wizardry? By making the phone modular. It may not be the prettiest phone on this list, but the ability to tap a button and simply slide out the battery gives it a huge advantage over its fixed rivals.
It’s also incredibly quick, and its graphics performance even surpasses the Samsung Galaxy S7. Its 5.3in display is superb as well, and its rear dual cameras give it plenty of flexibility when taking photos. The main 16-megapixel camera is excellent, but its wide-angle 8-megapixel lens is also a really fun addition, giving creative types plenty to get stuck in with.
Google’s pair of Pixel phones are both excellent in their own right, but it’s the camera that really sets these smartphones apart from the competition. Its 12-megapixel sensor is vastly superior to the camera on the iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7, and it’s capable of taking some truly stunning pictures. It doesn’t have an extra lens like the LG G5 or iPhone 7 Plus, but if you’re an avid photography fan, then the Pixel certainly won’t disappoint.
The Pixel is also fast and has an excellent battery life. The only real sticking point is the price. Starting at £599 for the regular-sized 32GB Pixel and £719 for the 32GB Pixel XL (with contracts for both starting at around £50 per month, on top of a hefty upfront fee), the Pixel just isn’t quite special enough to warrant such high prices, regardless of how good its camera is.

5. Huawei P10:

Huawei P10 has 5.2 inches’ screen with the access of 3G and 4G network while the system has 2.1 GHz octa-core processor. It has 64GB ROM and 4GB RAM that makes a great combination.
The camera section has dual back camera lens of 20MP and 12MP while the front camera has 8MP perfect selfie camera lens. It runs Android version 7.0(nougat) with emotion 5.1 user interface. The powerhouse has fixed Li-ion battery of 3100 mAh.