Update: No surprise here, but we’ve added the exceptional Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus to our list of the best phones in Australia for 2018. Read on to find out where it placed and why it made the cut!
If you’re interested in Apple’s flagship handset, then perhaps you’d be more interested in our best iPhone list.Alternatively, if you prefer Google’s OS, then our best Android phone roundup should be right up your alley.
2017 proved to be a stellar year for smartphones, and now, 2018 is looking to be even better. The recent launches of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus late last year mean that the humble smartphone is destined to become faster, more powerful and even more versatile than ever before.
Here at TechRadar, we check out every phone under the sun, putting the ones that matter through our vigorous testing process to create our in-depth mobile phone reviews.
However, with so many to choose from, we’ve spent hours whittling them down to a top ten, taking into account power, specs, design and value for money. And we’ll always point you in the direction of the latest handsets – after all, nobody wants to be carting around a phone that doesn’t get any updates in a year’s time, right?
So whether it’s one of the many slick Android handsets, the latest iPhone or one from a range of other cool manufacturers, we’ve extensively tested them all so you don’t have to!
Here are our rankings for the best smartphones around, currently available in Australia.
10. Sony Xperia XZ Premium
A screen as good as the one in your living room (maybe even better).
Weight: 195g | Dimensions: 156 x 77 x 7.9 mm | OS: Android 7.1 | Screen size: 5.46-inch | …read more