With so many Android devices available in the market, some may have hard time figuring out what is the best smartphone to suit their individual needs.  Sure millions of people love the ever famous and spectacular Samsung Galaxy S6, but that phone may not suit your needs as well as the HTC One M9 if you’re into music because of the M9’s incredible Boom Sound speakers.  Or maybe you want to have a functional and business-savvy phone like the Note 4 but all of your Android friends are telling you to stay stock with the Nexus 6.  Information is the key to making educated decisions and Google is here to help you make a decision that you’re most likely going to live with for the next two years.

The tech giant has just launched a new tool which you can use at their website. It asks you a few questions about how you use your current device and then it makes suggestions based on those answers.


The process is straightforward. You are presented with total 12 categories from taking photos to web browsing.  The more categories you fill out questions for, the more specific the recommendations will be for your needs.

Overall, the tool is pretty neat and simple- all you have to do is just click on few options. The entire process takes less than 2 minutes.  Check it out at the source link below.


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  1. Pretty cool tool, but I don’t think it’s very accurate.

    I tried Work/SocMed/Photos and Gaming/Work/Music and a couple other combos and it gives me the same three phone suggestions.

    Samsung S6, LG L4 and the Motorola Droid Trubo.

    There is no mention of the HTC M9, iphone, or even the windows phone. Perhaps it’s biased?

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