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5 Best Android Phones In 2023

By Andrew Alpin, 13 March


The best Android phones come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and design styles. Whether you want a large phone, a small phone, a phone that folds in half to conserve space (while still delivering a large screen), or one of the numerous speciality areas we explain — such as quick gaming or award-winning cameras — there is a superb Android phone for every person and budget. So Which Android phone is best in 2023?

5 Google Pixel 7 Pro


The Pixel 7 Pro is in many ways the phone the Pixel 6 Pro should have been. Google eliminated all the incredibly annoying problems that plagued the Pixel 6 series, updated the in-display fingerprint sensor with one that works, and introduced new camera functions that make greater use of the phone's 50MP sensors.

Regarding cameras, the Pixel 7 Pro's enhanced 30X photo zoom and 20X video magnification are particularly useful in everyday situations. Google has an incredible AI engine that merges photos captured by numerous sensors at once and enhances them to be crisper and cleaner than ever. Yeah, this means that features such as Face Unblur are now superior to before. Google's new Tensor G2 processor also has several fantastic AI processing functions, such as instant voice dictation, automated call screening, and the option to utilise Google Assistant to answer calls on behalf of the user. On the technical side of things, the Pixel 7 Pro has ample RAM and storage options, with up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage available. Similarly, its 5,000mAh battery will last all day and then some, and Google's energy optimization capabilities will shut down programmes that try to drain your battery with your consent.


  • Stunning, unique design
  • Incredible cameras
  • 120Hz LTPO OLED panel is buttery smooth
  • Custom Tensor G2 chipset offers unique features
  • First in line to get Android updates
  • The best camera for households with pets and kids


  • Fewer long-term updates than Samsung
  • Processor isn't as fast as some other flagships
  • Metal on the back scratches easily

Google Pixel 7 Pro

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4 Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra (Best Android phone overall)


Among best Android phones, Samsung's Galaxy S22 Ultra was the best Android smartphone overall in 2022, and its newly-released successor, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, is poised to win back-to-back titles for the Korean company in 2023. It is evident from testing that Samsung is once again employing the "everything but the kitchen sink" strategy with its new Ultra flagship, yet it still functions. The gadget features perhaps the best-looking display on the market, with outstanding brightness, as well as a quad-camera arrangement on the back, led by a 200MP sensor. In addition, it still includes an integrated S Pen for taking notes and sketching. Obviously, this is simply the top of the iceberg.

This year's S23 Ultra features storage capacities beginning at 256GB (compared to 128GB last year), a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Samsung processor that is one of the most performant mobile platforms we've tested, and a boxier design that makes the phone easier to grasp and write on. Naturally, the initial price tag for all of this is $1,199. But if you're looking for the most uncompromising phone on the market and our current top Android selection, the S23 Ultra is the one to grab.

Tech specs: Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy | Display Size: 6.8 inches | Storage Options: 256GB/512GB/1TB | Rear Cameras: 200MP main, 12MP ultra-wide, 10MP 10x optical, 10MP 3x optical | Front Camera: 12MP | Colors: Phantom Black, Cream, Green, Lavender | Size: 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.9mm | Weight: 234g


  • The most complete smartphone experience money can buy
  • Quad-camera setup that's flexible and reliable
  • 256GB of base storage leads the competition
  • Integrated S Pen stylus for enhanced functionality


  • Phone can be unwieldy for some, especially with a case
  • Fast charging is still capped at 45W
  • Pricier than most Android phones

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

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