8 votes
Accepted

Are there other x86 Android phones than the Asus Zenfone?

I found one additional phone which meets almost all your requirements (and is not Asus Zenfone 2 or Asus Zenfone Zoom or other Asus). Lenovo K80 CPU: Intel Atom Z3560 (x64 quad core processor, but ...
ivaan's user avatar
  • 1,740
6 votes
Accepted

Android phone under $180 with great specs

I'll keep this as short and as on point as possible: Get the Samsung Galaxy S4 because it is a great android phone with awesome specs, but in a tight budget of under $180(may go a little over). ...
rustynuts's user avatar
  • 431
5 votes
Accepted

Is there any more modern slider form factor smartphone?

Practically the only android phone I can think of that's got a keyboard these days is a blackberry. Specifically the priv. It runs newer versions (6.0 is coming soon(, and flagship specs - it runs a ...
Journeyman Geek's user avatar
3 votes
Accepted

Smartphone accessories/software for catching epileptic seizures

Oh my, a question targeting my hardware experience AND my more than passing interest in cognitive science! I have a friend who is currently dying from Muscular Dystrophy. In the end stage of this ...
Adam Wykes's user avatar
  • 2,330
3 votes
Accepted

Modern smartphone with a physical keyboard

The new Blackberry Priv runs Android and has a physical keyboard, 4K display, Snapdragon 808 and 3GB of ram (so it should not be slow). Its the closest thing from what you are looking for I guess.
comicurus's user avatar
  • 345
3 votes

Android phone under $180 with great specs

I find this one fits most of your requirements. AT&T GoPhone - ZTE Zmax 2 4G with 16GB Memory No-Contract Cell Phone - Black ($99.99 + free shipping @ best buy) 1.2GHz processor with 2GB of RAM (...
Waqas Sarwar MVP's user avatar
3 votes
Accepted

Comparison between Xiaomi RedMi 2 and Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500

In my opinion Xiami RedMi 2 Pro is much better choice than SGS4. Below I present pros for both phones: Xiami RedMi 2 Pro it's new it has LTE it has DualSIM it uses MIUI OS which has regular updates ...
ivaan's user avatar
  • 1,740
3 votes
Accepted

First time smartphone buyer: Looking for a good phone for occasional use and testing Android Apps

For development it is a good idea to get a high-end phone. The nexus 5x is a high-end phone for a great price. It has a front facing speaker, 5.2 inch display with a 1920x1080 resolution. The CPU is a ...
gabygg4's user avatar
  • 146
3 votes

Smartphone - not great experience with Xperia Z2, what model to get as its replacement?

I don't think you're going to get what you want for $250. You're describing something like the S7 ($680+), or maybe the Axon 7 ($400+ and no water resistance). Smartphones are getting cheaper and "...
TheWanderer's user avatar
3 votes
Accepted

Android smartphone with SD and FM

Seeing as your budget supports it, I would recommend the Motorola Moto G5 or the G5 Plus. If you are looking even better that that, the the Motorola Moto Z is pretty good. The reason why I suggest ...
Edward Nunn's user avatar
3 votes

Stock Android phone in 2017

I would suggest the 32GB model of the Motorola Moto G5 All Motorola phones come with as clean android as you are going to find on the market (compared to the Google Pixel) and they have very good ...
Edward Nunn's user avatar
3 votes

Suggest me phone with removable battery

I think the only one which fits all the requirements is the Moto E6 Plus. The 64Gb variant has 4GB of RAM, a removable battery, dual-sim and has known methods for unlocking the bootloader. The only ...
Natsu Kage's user avatar
3 votes

Are there any mobile phones that can run desktop Linux?

Purism Librem 5 runs a custom distro developed by the company which made the phone, but you can run it on desktop as well, so I believe it qualifies. As a bonus, recently the open source GPU driver ...
jaskij's user avatar
  • 1,001
2 votes

Smartphones under $100 for Android Development

I suggest you go for the Moto E (any generation, preferably the latest) or ship any Android one devices because these are the 'purest' Android devices in the 100$ - 120$ segment out there. The ...
Dhruva's user avatar
  • 353
2 votes

Android phone with removeable battery, SD Card, USB Host/OTG for ~100 - $150

In general the Samsung SII+ and Note 2+ series fit very closely to your criteria because: All have removable batteries almost exclusively a Samsung feature except the S6 and Note 5 All have a ...
rustynuts's user avatar
  • 431
2 votes

Large battery Android phone, able to charge other devices

Well, considering the fact that you need to charge other phones the phone must have a huge battery. The new Gionee Marathon M5 will definitely suit your needs with a humongous capacity of 6020mAh. The ...
Dhruva's user avatar
  • 353
2 votes

Android phone with removeable battery, SD Card, USB Host/OTG for ~100 - $150

If you are thinking about Xiami Redmi Note 2 you have to know that: It has removable battery It uses MIUI, it is operating system based on Android but developed by Xiaomi Tech. It is important to ...
ivaan's user avatar
  • 1,740
2 votes

Android phone under $180 with great specs

I don't believe there are any phones with your specifications under $199. Here is my recommendation: The Honor 5X - $199 Android 5.1 Dual camera (13MP back) 2GB RAM Compatible with both AT&...
Ulincsys's user avatar
  • 451
2 votes
Accepted

Suggest me phones with UHS-II support?

None. At this moment there is no phone or tablet which supports UHS-II. Of course you can put UHS-II card in normal slot because it's backward compatible but there is many opinions that this cards ...
ivaan's user avatar
  • 1,740
2 votes

What should I be looking for, when I go through the specs. on different phones, and why?

OnePlus 2 and Xperia Z3+ both feature the Snapdragon 810 chipset which is infamous for its overheating issue. Though OnePlus 2 manages to reduce this effect to an extent, it can't eliminate heating in ...
Slartibartfast's user avatar
2 votes
Accepted

An iPhone 7 charging case which plugs into Lightning cables

I found This Runsy iPhone 7 case It looks like it uses a lightning passthough, so you won't need to carry a pesky micro usb cable around. The only limitation is that it does not work with headphones ...
BigElittles's user avatar
2 votes

An unbreakable iPhone charging cable

Magnetic Znaps perhapz: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1041610927/znaps-the-9-magnetic-adapter-for-your-mobile-devic There are similar products available on sites like DealExtreme and ...
Stephan Henningsen's user avatar
2 votes
Accepted

Camera with gsm card and facebook client

The Samsung NX 300 can upload pictures to Facebook after you configure Wi-Fi, and presumably your Facebook username/password. Picture from https://globalnews.ca/news/785601/how-to-pick-the-right-wifi-...
Nicolas Raoul's user avatar
2 votes
Accepted

Budget phone with NFC

Well you really answered your own question. You want the Moto G5, so really the option is to use the international version. This will work fine for you as long as you are going to be operating on a ...
Jeff's user avatar
  • 847
2 votes
Accepted

A smartphone with an unlockable bootloader (Sept 2017 edition)

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (150$ with free shipping to the USA, no idea about possibly additional customs duty) and other Xiaomi devices. Note that some other Xiaomi devices are not supported by LinageOS. ...
Jan Zerebecki's user avatar
2 votes

Android device to use in wet conditions

I don't know if there are any devices that can be charged while in the pouring rain or wet at all for that matter. But if you just need GPS signal while biking then I suggest looking at the Xperia XZ ...
Spencer O'Reilly's user avatar
2 votes

Long lasting, reliable Smartphone, 350€ max

I bought a Xiaomi for my Dad last year. Having played with his for a while, I was blown away by how much phone you get for your money. My vote would be for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7. From the review ...
Randomhero's user avatar
2 votes

Small (<4") smartphone with 4G

I like "small" phones too, mine is a 4G / 4GB / 64GB 5' Redmi with Android. Couldn't find smaller that fits my needs. It's powerful, reliable, paid $120 for it, even if too big for you. But a quick ...
user13760's user avatar
1 vote

What should I be looking for, when I go through the specs. on different phones, and why?

Now that that the Moto Z and Z Force have been reviewed, I can say I heartily recommend them. On the inside, the have the exact same chipset as most of the other 2016 flagships, the Snapdragon 820. ...
timuzhti's user avatar
  • 1,752
1 vote

Battery case with data throughput

Every battery case I've seen (for phones with non-removable batteries) occupies the port. Meaning that you can't use it for other interfaces. So that seems like an unlikely solution (not to say it isn'...
0-60FPS's user avatar
  • 968

Only top scored, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible