They're not out yet. Preorders don't start until October 13 but the Google Pixel or Pixel XL look like they have what it takes to be a winner.
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).
If you're still in the mood to buy a Samsung as a replacement for the Note 7, then there's always the Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge.
The LG V20 will be the first smartphone to come loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat. Again, it's not out yet (it will be with T-Mobile and Sprint by the end of the month, while AT&T and Verizon have yet to announce a release date), but could be worth waiting for.
The Moto Z is different from the rest of the pack in that it boasts a modular design. It's also water resistant, features a responsive fingerprint scanner, and a high quality 13-megapixel rear-facing camera.
And, just like Apple's iPhone 7, there no headphone jack, which may or may not be a deal-breaker.
The OnePlus 3 has hardware specs similar to high-end smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S7 or the latest iPhone, but it comes in at a price that's around $400 cheaper.
It's not an Android smartphone, but it's the phone that some people caught up in the Samsung Note 7 debacle are saying they are going to move to.