The Mobile World Congress (MWC) is definitely the biggest technology conference you can find in the world today. This year’s edition, MWC 2017, was held in the city of Barcelona, in Spain. The event typically host numbers of big smartphones brands, as they launch their intended devices for that year. in this pos, i will be giving you a verdict of mine, that is revealing the best Android 7 Nougat Smartphone released at the MWC 2017.
In this year’s event, Apple did not reveal any of their devices (especially the highly anticipated iPhone 8), which makes the floor to very much belong to just Android devices, especially the Android 7 Nougat Smartphones.
With Google’s Android 7 Nougat software growing steadily by the month, MWC 2017 saw the launch of several impressive new smartphones powered by this operating system.
With a whole range of Android 7 devices launched at the just concluded event, you will definitely get confused whenever you head to the market to purchase of these devices. To make things easier for you, take a look at my verdict on the best android 7 Nougat Smartphones released in MWC 2017.
1. LG G6 – Android 7 Nougat Smartphone
It is very obvious that LG did not have the best of it at the 2016 edition of the Mobile World Congress. The company’s flagship smartphone release, the LG G5, was revealed at MWC 2016 to great fanfare, but its innovative modular design failed to catch on However the company did strike back somewhat with the later launch of the LG V20 – the first non-Google phone to run Android 7 Nougat.
At MWC 2017, it went one step further with the reveal of its most impressive smartphone to date, the LG G6.
LG G6 Specifications
The LG G6 hits the headlines for its amazing edge-to-edge full vision display, incorporating a 5.7inch screen into a phone that is considerably smaller than both the iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
The phone comes with a 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage (expandable via microSD). The disappointing part is that the processor is the obsolete Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chip. However, this does not necessarily mean a thumbs down. The LG G6 also comes with a 5MP front camera for selfie addict and a 13MP rear camera.
All this is powered by a huge 3300mAh battery that is capable of keeping your device for a whole day without charging. From my verdict, the LG G6 tops the list of the best Android 7 Smartphones released in MWC 2017.
2. Huawei P10 – Android 7 Nougat Smartphone
In contrast to LG, Chinese manufacturer Huawei has had a very successful last twelve months, going from strength to strength on the back of some seriously impressive device launches. The company revealed its latest flagship, the Huawei P10, at MWC (its first device to run Android 7 Nougat out of the box).
Huawei P10 Features
The Huawei P10 is a stunning device that pairs a luxurious rounded metal design with a bright and detailed 5.1inch Full HD display. The new phone runs a top of the line Kirin 960 processor alongside 4GB of RAM and a massive 64GB of internal storage, expandable via microSD.
As for software, Android 7 Nougat is combined with Huawei’s own EMUI interface, offering more customisation choice for picky users. Also included is a fingerprint scanner in the front main button, and a new 3D face tracking system in the Leica-made front camera.
There are eight colour options in total, with traditional white, silver and black models joined by two gold options (one with added sparkle), a rose gold offering, and more unusually, a green and blue option.
3. Sony Xperia XZ Premium – Android 7 Nougat Smartphone
Sony has also made a triumphant return at MWC 2017 to reveal the Xperia XZ Premium. The company’s new flagship features one of the most powerful cameras ever seen in an Android smartphone
Sony Xperia XZ Premium Features
The device’s 5.5-inch display is able to show content in 4K HDR (High Dynamic Range) quality, and shoot slow-motion video at an amazing 960 frames per second. Inside, there’s the super-powerful Snapdragon 835 processor, offering huge advances in processing power, as well as the X16 LTE modem, which allows download speeds of 1GBsp.
There’s also a 3230 mAh battery with Stamina mode, fingerprint scanner and waterproof design – making the Xperia XZ Premium one of the best Android 7 devices in the market today.
This is my verdict, now is your turn to judge. Kindly drop your opinions in the comment box below.