Android smartphones are currently occupying the smartphone market. Apple-made iPhones are certainly the industry leading gadgets, but as price is an important concern the Android smartphones are ruling the market these days. Students and young executives are the prime customer base for these smartphones, hence the companies try to keep the price range within their range for a booming sales. We have sorted out 10 best Android smartphones, especially for the students.
- Samsung Galaxy S6
The Galaxy S6 happens to be the market leading Android smartphone now. This handset is powered by an ExynosOcta-core processor. It has 3 GB RAM and the storage variants are 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB. It has large 2550 mAh battery, fast charge supported and takes only 90 minutes to fully charge. The cameras are 16 MP rear and 5 MP front.
- LG G4
This smartphone offers Android 5.1 and it has a QHD display within 5.5 inches dimension. The RAM is 3 GB and memory 32 GB onboard with expansion options. Being a latest flagship, LG still kept the removable battery option on this one. Cameras are 16 MP rear and 8 MP front.
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Stylish curved display with added features – definitely a youth thingy! This smartphone is powered Android 5 Lollipop, the display size is 5.1 inches and offers QHD resolution. The hardware specs are similar to the main Galaxy S6 – the same 3 GB RAM and three memory storage variants just the price is slightly higher for the curved display.
- HTC One M9
May not the best flagship smartphone of 2015, but comes with all necessary features it is supposed to. The OS is Android 5 Lollipop, an update to the latest version 5.1 is awaiting arrival. The display is 1080p HD unlike most other smartphones which are QHD. However, the RAM is 3 GB and the storage option is 32 GB with expandable options. The rear camera on this unit is 20.7 MP while the front is only 4 MP.
- Sony Xperia Z3 Compact
If the increasing size of the newer smartphones is a concern, then the Sony Xperia Z3 compact can fulfill the youth’s needs. This smartphone comes with only a 4.6 inches display offering 720p resolution. The non-removable battery is 2600 mAh; pretty good capacity for such a unit. Cameras are 20.7 MP rear and 2.2 MP front.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Being a year old doesn’t mean obsolete. In fact, after the new Galaxy Note 5’s release many people would still go for the aesthetics the Note 4 offered, because the Note 5 is simply too slippery. This smartphone comes loaded with Android 5 Lollipop, with a QHD 5.7 inches display, 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage space. The battery is removable and 3220 mAh in capacity.
- Google Nexus 6
Google’s best and largest smartphone! For those who want instant Android updates in their smartphones this is the best gadget to have. However, the huge size may feel annoying at times. It runs on Android 5 Lollipop, has a 5.96 inches display offering QHD resolution and 3 GB of RAM. The storage options are 32 GB and 64 GB. It has a large battery unit as well – 3220 mAh. The cameras are 13 MP and 2 MP.
- Sony Xperia Z3
Youth is all about life, and life may submerge into water without notice. Xperia Z3 best handles the situation with IP68 certified Z3 smartphone. It runs on Android 5, has a 5.15 inch display offering 1080p resolution, 3 GB RAM and 16/32 GB storage options. The cameras are 20.7 MP and 2.2 MP.
- HTC One Mini 2
A mini variant of the popular HTC One lineup. It has a 720p display 4.5 inches, runs on Android 4.4 and storage option is 16 GB internal with expandable memory slot. The cameras are 13 MP rear and 5 MP front.
- Samsung Galaxy Alpha
This smartphone has a mid-range hardware configuration – Android 5 OS, 720p 4.7 inches display and the cameras on this unit are 12 MP rear and 2.1 MP front. The metallic build gives the Galaxy Alpha a brilliant appeal.
These smartphones are very much youth friendly. Few may be little off-track from students’ affordability but saving money for few months should do the job.