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  #1922930 21-Dec-2017 08:57
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Yes I must admit that the Pixel 2 XL price will put a few people off but it is still $200 cheaper than the iPhone X

 

(....and worth it to me)





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  #1922945 21-Dec-2017 09:12
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I've got a Samsung A5 (2017) through work and I like it. Now, I know that Samsung's have a bad rap due to their lovely TouchWiz software, but I was a firm Samsung hater prior to the A5. It's got a metal body and you can customise it to run similar to stock android (i.e. it doesn't look and run like a "Samsung" anymore). Battery life is great too, and I believe the price is advantageous compared to the Pixel etc. A7 is an option too for a larger screen (I assume it is the same phone just bigger).


 
 
 
 


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  #1922956 21-Dec-2017 09:32
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If you don't care about custom roms/root, have a look at the Nokia 8. Stock "google" android, has been getting monthly security updates and already has Oreo, with Android P promised.

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  #1922968 21-Dec-2017 09:39
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rynevsn:I've got a Samsung A5 (2017). A7 is an option too

 

The OP wants an upgrade.





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