If you’re in the market for a new Android phone, we’ve got you covered. Today, we’re looking at the best Android phones on the market right now and what each one does best. When you’re ready to upgrade, consider one of these top-notch smartphones!

OnePlus 10 Pro

While most savvy tech hounds love the manufacturer OnePlus, some casual Android owners might not be familiar with the name. OnePlus makes great Andriod phones that have flagship power at medium-budget prices. Their latest, the OnePlus 10 Pro, is a stylish, powerful handset with deep battery life and a gorgeous screen.

It’s not perfect, of course: the camera could be a bit better and the US version doesn’t support fast charging. However, for the $900 price point, you get a solid phone with performance that rivals some of its $1000 competitors. If you’re looking for a slick, all-glass handset that won’t break the bank, check out the OnePlus 10 Pro. 

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is a top-notch smartphone packed with all the bells and whistles you could want from a handset. It’s got a massive, eye-catching display and a gorgeous OLED screen. It’s also $1,200, making it one of the most expensive phones on the market right now. It’s basically the Android version of a high-end iPhone.

The new S22 Ultra comes with the S Pen, a high-end smartphone pen that lets you take notes on the fly. It’s also got a stellar design and offers great low-light photography. If you’re looking for the very best Android phone and you’re not concerned about price, this is the device for you!

Google Pixel 6 Pro

If you want the most iPhone-style experience you can get on Android, check out the Google Pixel 6 Pro. Google makes the Android operating system, so Pixel owners get to try out the latest features and always have the most up-to-date security of any Android users. They also get bespoke UI straight from Google, so their version of the Android OS looks stunning.

The Pixel 6 Pro sports one of the best camera arrays you can find on a smartphone. The pictures look great in low light, at long distances, you name it. It doesn’t offer face unlocking features nor does it have impressive fast charging capabilities, but those are minor quibbles. This is an all-around great (and great-looking) phone for any Android fan!