Fastest Android Phone

What do you think the fastest Android phone is? All key tech makers build high-end phones to meet with the needs of the huge varieties of customers. It is not easy to find the fastest Android phone. In terms of popularity or style, we can simply judge what the best Android phone is. But it is tough to pick out a phone that works faster and smarter. Here we make a run-through some of the best Android handsets out in market.

Fastest Android Phone

Is HTC’s new flagship the One M8 the fastest Android phone out there?  Do you think so? Well, the One M8, second upgrade to HTC One, is a brilliant package of camera, sound, impressive design and better processor speed. In particular, it boasts Duo camera and Boomsound to become one of the nicest Android phones ever. Under the hood, the new HTC One has a whopping quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801 processor and 2GB of RAM.

LG G2, recently upgraded to LG G3, is yet another handset that can also win the title of the fastest Android phone in stores. LG G2 hit market back in September 2013, and its fresh upgrade is just to roll out to global markets. For sure, LG G2 is a great handset. It has lifted intense threat to all popular models like Samsung’s Galaxy S5, HTC One and Sony Xperia Z lines.

How do see Sony’s brand new Xperia Z2? Is it the fastest Android phone Sony has ever produced? It looks so. The Sonly flagship can make a big penetration to the world smartphone market this year. Unveiled early this year, Xperia Z2 is one of the hottest top-tier Android phones.

You are lucky to have IP58 certification for the Z2 like its predecessor the Z1, making it one of the rare high-end phones with water and dust resistant capability. The new Sony flagship is running on a Snapdragon 801 processor inside a 2.3GHz quad core processor, and 3GB of RAM. Its camera part is quite stronger with a gigantic 20.7MP sensor.

There is no sense to conclude this discussion without talking about a Sammy flagship. Well, we take Galaxy Note 3 that you may argue as the fastest Android phone over all the above ones. Yes, it has the reason. The Note 3 is a magical product, which shows off largely affluent specs. Samsung hasn’t skimped on both its internals and outer look. The Note 3 packs a Snapdragon 800 CPU inside with a huge 3GB of RAM. It sports a larger 5.7-inch Super AMOLED FullHD screen, as well.

Yet another possible best Android phone in market is Samsung’s Galaxy S5. This is the most recent upgrade to Samsung’s vastly famous Galaxy S series. By the way, as per rumors, Samsung is reportedly to replace its S series with a brand new F series. Anyways, the S5 remains top on the list of the best Android phones, thanks to an awesome pack of specs like 5.1-inch FullHD screen, Snapdragon 801 quad core processor, and a 16MP camera.

There won’t have an end for the search for the fastest Android phone. It is a time of period, where all big and small-time players in tech making produce premium handsets, for Android especially. Every device will have different highlights and features. Still, most companies will try to make sure that their product will do better in performance ground.

Five Best Upcoming Android Phones

You need to be very careful with your timing when buying a new Android phone. Would you plan to upgrade your handset or want to buy a fresh model? Of course, there are too many models already in stores, but if you are patient, it is better to wait a while. All main tech builders are working vigorously on their latest models for the year. As every year, we will have at least ten high-end upcoming Android phones for release throughout the first several months of the year. Below, we take a look into the rumors about five highly anticipated Android phones. Galaxy Note 4 1. Samsung Galaxy Note 4: After Galaxy S line, Galaxy Note is Samsung’s most revered series of Android phones. So the rumored Note 4 has a lofty position in the list of the upcoming Android phones for 2014. It was in a surprising way that Samsung could pioneer and establish dominance in the phablet category. No other firm including Sony and LG could break in to the solid turf of Samsung. The Galaxy Note 4 is said to mount a massive 6-inch Super AMOLED screen, with its resolution bumping up past 1080p. The device will most likely feature industry-leading specs in processor, RAM, camera and all other internal and aesthetic aspects.

2. The Next Nexus:

Will the next Nexus be called Nexus 6? There is little chance for such a naming by Google, because Nexus 6 will be awfully close to Nexus 7. Customers may get confused. Anyway, it was a glad coincidence that the last year Nexus 5 has a 5-inch screen, but we are not sure what size the next Nexus might be. LG made the last two Nexuses. And could we expect a switch to another firm this time?

3. Motorola Moto X2 or Moto X+:

After taken over by Google, Motorola last year amazed us all with a brilliant Android phone, Moto X. The handset offered us one of the most refined and bright user experiences. Certainly, we are going to get a cool upgrade for Moto X called either Moto X2 or Moto X+. But as a Lenovo subsidiary now, less is known about the new Moto X that may surely be one of the best upcoming Android phones.

4. LG G3:

Slowly LG has become a well-known Android OEM in the world. It has now switched its focus from mid-range phones to stylish and feature-higher-end models. LG should be thankful to Google for the chance given to produce Nexus phones twice. It was a gateway for LG to grab foothold in the top-tier mobile market. The phone expected from LG this year is LG G3, the third edition to its G series after G and G2.

5. Samsung Galaxy F: 

It is heard that the Galaxy S5 is going to be replaced by a new series, called the Galaxy F, not Galaxy S6. Reports also talk about a Galaxy S5 Prime as the next edition Samsung flagship. Samsung just released the S5, shortly after they usually release a rugged model, or a smaller version for people who dislike the large handheld devices, so we should be seeing another product in the near future as well as updated versions of the S5. Check outGeek for more info on upcoming Android phones.