The king of kings when it comes to Android smartphones.
The OnePlus 5 is a follow-on to the more OnePlus 3T and with a starting price tag of $479 it's $50 dearer than the 3T, but you do get more for your money.
A solid, streamlined, water-resistant handset that just doesn't disappoint.
However, be aware if you are a long-time LG fan, as this model does not have a user-replaceable battery.
Pure Android. No bloatware or junkware.
No one knows Android better than Google, and as such the Pixel or Pixel XL are well worth taking a look at.
The Pixel starts at $649 (128GB version costs $749) and is available for preorder today, with the Pixel XL starting at $769 (128GB version costs $869).
Motorola Moto G5 Plus a robust and well-specced handset for only $230 that features an octa-core processor, 12-megapixel camera, and a beefy battery that offers 6 hours of runtime from a 15 minute charge.