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The best phones you can get right nowYou can't go wrong with one of these nine picks.
If you don't already know exactly what you want, then buying a new phone can be daunting. Because out of all of these, you have to pick this or this or this. So I'm gonna help you narrow down to some of the best phones that you can buy today. If you like a phone with a large screen measuring 5.5 inches or bigger, the Google pixel xl is one of my favorite. It's not too heavy even though it's big. It's also extremely fast to use and it's the best expression of what's known as pure android. That is android without any phone maker's whistles and bells on top of it. Apple's iPhone 7 plus is really great, too. The two cameras on the phone's back help create this cool, artist, blurry effect And the phone is a solid and reliable addition for the iPhone family. I'd also recommend the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. The phone is [INAUDIBLE] and the gorgeous curved edges are definitely going to get you nervous to [INAUDIBLE]. One last Screen phone. It's sort of sneaky because it also happens to be the best mid-priced phone you can get, and that's the OnePlus 3T. The camera battery and internal speeds are all better than you'd expect for a phone that costs a whole lot less than those other ones that we just talked about. Now for phones with 5 or 5.2" screens, I'd say go for the Google Pixel, the iPhone 7, and the Samsung Galaxy S7. Those are all just smaller versions of some of those large phones. The low cost Moto G4 is on the opposite side of the spectrum from these guys. But still today's best budget buy when it comes to camera battery life and quality hardware under the hood. Lastly, I've got to give a nod to the Moto Z Play, which is one of the new Moto phones that works with snap on mod like an extra battery pack. Projector in various cases. The Play is the best feel of all three Moto Z phones out right now. It is the cheapest, yes, but it also has great battery life and the headset jack that the others don't. You won't have to set aside your favorite wired head phone.