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Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Google Nexus 6P, Or Blackberry Priv?

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It’s time we take a look into some of the best Android phones of 2015. Across our network of blogs, there were 3 smartphones in particular that garnered the most comments, had the most requested drop tests and also were the most popular stories.

We are talking about the BlackBerry Priv, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Google Nexus 6P. This of course should come as no surprise given that they were also the top-selling Android smartphones right until Christmas last year.

So which is the best of the 3? The BlackBerry Priv was a new contender and did surprise many critics. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 continued on in its evergrowing popularity and sales numbers that are almost reaching the Galaxy S7. And lastly we have the Google Nexus 6P – Google’s major return to the pure Vanilla Android arena. A strong entry no doubt.

If we had to pick a winner it would be the Google Nexus 6P thanks to its both stock Android build and phablet connections. Tell us now, which one would you actually pick?

Always looking for something new to learn, Mario looks at the internet as one big startup. With him at the helm, Autoomobile.com continues to head in the right direction of providing high quality and unbiased information on the latest new car models and electronics.

4 Comments

  1. Gershon Schwartz

    January 31, 2016 at 7:09 am

    So many bugs in programs that I wouldn’t think of any other phone than a Nexus , just because of the frequent updates to the android system. Have had a Nexus since number 3 (Samsung) and rarely have a had a complaint. If I was looking for a first tier phone I would definitely buy a 6P , but since I am not I just picked up a Nexus 6 (motorola) for a song ($300 for 64gb) at Amazon , I believe that the 6P is also on special now for $500 . Seen it around its a great phone and as the author said , nothing beats stock android.

  2. John

    January 31, 2016 at 1:32 pm

    Note 5 with keyboard

  3. Bill Gates

    January 31, 2016 at 5:01 pm

    Where are the Windows phones

  4. Vernon Brewster

    February 1, 2016 at 4:14 am

    Blackberry is the most functional.