It’s almost the end of 2017 and tech giants Apple, Samsung and Google have all released flagship smartphones vying for the attention (and money) of consumers. A quick check reveals that each of these phones have an average starting price of $1,000 — not exactly affordable in our opinion. So if you’re itching to change your smartphone, make sure you do your research.
Truth be told, each phone serves a different purpose and if you’re the type that chooses your phone based on the operating system, here’s some news for you: despite running Android operating systems, Google’s Pixel 2 XL and Samsung’s Galaxy 8 are both wildly different in so many ways but, we’ll get to that later.
Here’s a quick breakdown of some of the most important features of the phones and how they differ: