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Comparison Guide for 4 Best Smart Phones of 2017

Today, we have captured the world in our palm. Smart phones have become a universal part of our lives. These days, there are countless models of smartphones with new features and advanced performance that have made life a lot easier. Among all those smartphones invented till date, we will be talking about the top 4 best smart phones and their comparison. Our comparison breaks down what we love about the best Smartphone’s in the world.

TOP 4 Best Smart Phones of 2017

  • Moto G5/G5 plus
  • Google Pixel/Pixel XL
  • iPhone 7/7
  • Samsung S8


S.N. Operating System Screen Size Display Resolution Pixel Density Screen technology Weight (g) Dimensions (inches)
Moto G5 Andriod 7 5 1080p 441 IPS LCD 145g 144.30 x 73.00 x 9.50
Moto G5 plus Andriod 7 5.2 1080p 424 IPS LCD 155g 150.20 x 74.00 x 9.70
Google Pixel Andriod 7.1 5 1080p 441 AMOLED 143g 5.66 x 2.74 x 0.33
Google Pixel XL Andriod 7.1 5.5 1440p 534 AMLOED 168g 6.01 x 2.94 x 0.29
iPhone 7 iOS 10 4.7 750 x 1334 326 IPS LCD 138g 5.44 x 2.64 x 0.28
iPhone 7 plus iOS 10 5.5 1080p 401 IPS LCD 188g 6.23 x 3.07 x 0.29
Samsung S8 Andriod 7.0 6.2 1440p 570 Super AMOLED 155g 5.86 x 2.68 x 0.31

Among all, Samsung S8 has the better design than others have.


S.N. Resolution(MP) Flash Type Front-Facing resolution(MP) Front-facing video resolution(MP) Image quality grade
Moto G5 12 Dual LED 5 1080p A
Moto G5 plus 12 Dual LED 5.5 1080p A
Google Pixel 12.3 Dual LED 8 1080p A+
Google Pixel XL 12.3 Dual LED 8 1080p A+
iPhone7 12 Quad LED 7 1080p A+
iPhone 7 plus 12(*2) Quad LED 7 1080p A+
Samsung S8 12 LED 8 1440P A+

In camera section also, S8 has taken the lead. Its camera quality is better comparing to other smartphones.


S.N. Processor Speed(GHz) Processor name Number of cores RAM(GB) Built-in-storage
Moto G5 1.4 SD 625 1.4 2/4 32/64
Moto G5 plus 2 SD 625 2 2/4 32/64
Google Pixel 1.875 SD 821 4 4 32/128
Google Pixel XL 1.875 SD 821 4 4 32/128
iPhone 7 2.23 Apple A10 Fusion 4 2 32/128/256
iPhone 7 plus 2.23 Apple A10 Fusion 4 3 32/128/256
Samsung S8 2.35 SD 835 8 4 64


S.N. Overall Grade Battery Capacity(mAh)
Moto G5 C+ 2800
Moto G5 plus B+ 3000
Google Pixel C+ 2770
Google Pixel XL B+ 3450
iPhone 7 C+ 1960
iPhone 7 plus C+ 2900
Samsung S8 B+ 3000

Battery can only be removed in Moto G5. S8 runs more hour comparing to other smart phones.


S.N. Bluetooth Water Resistance Fingerprint Scanner Positional Scanner
Moto G5 4.2 NO YES YES
Moto G5 plus 4.2 NO YES YES
Google Pixel 4.2 NO YES YES
Google Pixel XL 4.2 NO YES YES
iPhone 7 4.2 YES YES YES
iPhone 7 plus 4.2 YES YES YES
Samsung S8 5.0 YES YES YES

Every smartphone has its own features. Some of them may be similar but only a few of them have a water resistance feature like IPhone’s latest models and Samsung S8.

Also, s8 has curved displays that emphasize their minimal frames and help give the impression that the phones are made entirely of glass- however, it also means greater break-ability. All of the other phones we are comparing here have standard flat fronts.

All of the Androids smartphones mentioned here have a form of fast charging technology, but that feature has yet to hit iPhone.

The S8 supports wireless charging (with a sold separately charging pad). In contrast; other smartphones in this series don’t support wireless charging.

In bonus for us, smartphones having huge storage capacities even have the features of SD card. If you’re really concerned about storage, then Moto G5/G5 plus and Samsung Galaxy S8 have you covered with micro SD slots for expandable storage.

Its a little pity for iPhone lovers but IPhone7 doesn’t have a headphone slot. So you have to buy a wireless headphone or a separate jack for headphones to support both iPhone and headphone.

Want to experience mobile virtual reality beyond basic Google Cardboard-like functionality? The S8 supports the Samsung Gear VR headset, which has a better content library at this point than the Google Daydream View, which is supported by the Pixel and Pixel XL. This smartphone feature helps experience virtual 3D videos and games.

All of these smartphones have face recognition through the “Trusted Face” feature. Samsung adds its own take on this technology in the S8, but it may not be as secure as you think. Except for iPhone, every smartphone has this security features.

The phones which are compromised here have new features. They have easy payment features so that you don’t have to carry your wallet everywhere and every time.The Moto G5 Plus does not contain the requisite NFC technology to support mobile payments. Other than that, the iPhone supports Apple Pay, while Pixels supports Android Pay. The S8 flagships support Samsung Pay, which has an advantage over the other payment systems: It can imitate a magnetic stripe card, which lets it be accepted at retailers without an NFC reader.

SUGGESTIONS to those buying a smartphone

If someone is buying a smartphone, then I would like suggesting you to buy Samsung Galaxy S8. Comparing to other smart phone, S8 is more reliable with more features. In case of low budget, I would suggest you to go for Moto G5 plus or Google Pixel. iPhone is also a leading brand for smartphones but if you’re search for a phone that has more features and provide you with all kinds of features then go for S8. It’s stylish, has more features than iPhone 7 and 7 plus. This still doesn’t change the fact that iPhone is overpriced in my opinion.

Consider the fact that the Samsung S8 got the golden award for the best smart phone in 2017.