NEW YORK – You can easily save hundreds of dollars on an Android phone — especially if you, like many people, don’t need a top-end camera. Cheaper Android phones are, in many respects, adequate substitutes for pricier high-end models such as Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Google’s Pixel. There are dozens worthy of consideration. I’m recommending three out of the handful I’ve tested: the OnePlus 3, Sony’s Xperia XA and Motorola’s Moto G4. All three are easy to use and have great battery life, enough for four or five movies on Netflix. The drawbacks? For one, availability. Of the three phones, only the Moto is compatible with all the major U.S. carriers. None is water-resistant. And then there’s the camera. All smartphones take decent shots in good conditions, but high-end phones typically do better in the dark. I’ll trade hundreds of dollars in savings for a camera that does well most of the time, but shutterbugs might seek perfection. OnePlus 3 ($399) The good: You’re not sacrificing the speed or power of top-end models. The OnePlus also has a fine camera. To combat blurry shots, especially in low light, the OnePlus has an anti-shake technology that’s rare for mid-range phones. Even… Read full this story
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