Phones and dating choices
To quote or review: "The i Phone X is many things: it’s Apple’s best ever phone, it has an unbelievably good display, but there’s no way I could recommend it to someone when there’s a phone that’s just as good, if not better in some ways, and will cost you nearly half as much.Sorry Apple, but that’s just the way it is."Step aside, budget smartphones, you've just been made obsolete by the brand-new Moto G4 2016.
The screen also flickers when the auto-brightness mode is engaged which, for a 2017 flagship, is inexcusable.Price when reviewed: £679Samsung's Galaxy S8 is the best Android phone you can buy right now. 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.Be it display quality, battery life and performance, we cover all the basics.But before that, have a read of our definitive list of the top ten smartphones you can buy in 2017.Smartphones play a massive part in our day-to-day lives, but buying the perfect smartphone for you can be an arduous task.
But don't fret - we're here to help you buy the best smartphone that's perfect for you.
Launching just a few months after its non-T branded counterpart, the 5T offers up some much-needed, if subtle, improvements over its predecessor.
In keeping the same cost as the original One Plus 5, the firm has managed to plonk a 6in edge-to-edge AMOLED screen on the front, just like with Samsung's Galaxy S8.
It also has better battery life than its little brother, making it more reliable over the course of the day.
Elsewhere, Apple's made several improvements to the phone's speed and overall build quality, but it's not quite as big a leap forward as you might expect from a next-generation smartphone.
Buy Google Pixel 2 from Carphone Warehouse Key specs - Processor: 2.45GHz Snapdragon 835; Screen: 5in 1,920 x 1,080; Camera: 12.2-megapixel; Storage: 64/128GB; Operating system: Android 8.0Price when reviewed: £800The i Phone 8 and its Plus-sized counterpart are the most expensive i Phones yet, but it's the Plus that makes this list due to its dual 12-megapixel camera.