The top 10 highest rated Android phones

The top 10 highest rated Android phones

Are you in the market for a new Android smartphone? That’s terrific news! Thanks to so many device options and some truly great manufacturers you’ll be hard-pressed to make a bad decision. The flip side of that coin is that you could get locked up with decision paralysis. Which is the best phone? Why don’t you ask the experts?

We’ve put together a handy little database that ranks Android smartphones based on overall ratings. Powered by our friends at FindTheBest, this interactive guy is always current and relevant. It doesn’t matter when you pull this page up, it’s going to list the top 10 highest rated Android phones on the market.

Where do the ratings come from?

This isn’t one person’s opinion or the agenda of a particular blog(ger). The system, rather, is compiled using reviews and ratings from a number of outlets including CNET, Wired, PC Mag, PC World, and more.

You’ll find that there are going to be models listed below that aren’t exactly brand new. Not to worry, however, nearly all of them are available for purchase and each would be considered an excellent choice. In fact, you’d do yourself a solid by scoring such a highly rated phone at a discounted rate.

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  1. Nigel
    September 28, 03:15 Reply

    No it isn’t; at least on a tablet. Test your webpage on a Nexus 7 Androidguys :-(

  2. Stocklone
    September 29, 20:17 Reply

    Droid Bionic and Note II got the same rating. That seem crazy to anybody else?

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