As you may know, there are plenty more Android OEMs building smartphones. However, Samsung has managed to pretty much own the market, particularly in the West. However, Chinese smartphone OEMs such as Xiaomi, OPPO, and Vivo have not been resting on their laurels and have churned out some of the best Android phones you can (or can’t) buy.
There are a plethora of Android OEMs to select from, and we’re curious as to which one you went with. Android is, without a doubt, an extremely adaptable operating system. Because there are several Android OEMs producing phones for diverse locations, price ranges, and purposes, this is the case. One of the reasons I like Android is that it provides us options. Now, we at Android Central want to know what driver you’re using right now. Let us know what you think in our poll: Which manufacturer made your phone?
You’ll notice we’ve included LG. After all, it’s only been less than a year since the company bowed out of the smartphone industry, and there are still plenty of LG fans out there holding onto phones like the LG V60. The company is, after all, still supporting its more recent phones with OS upgrades, like the LG Velvet, which is currently being updated to Android 12. Still, there are plenty of other Android OEMs out there making some pretty great phones. If your smartphone’s OEM isn’t listed, leave a comment on our Facebook and Twitter accounts to let us who you’re using and why.
OnePlus (now by way of OPPO) and Google have been making strides with their latest smartphones. In fact, Google boasted about achieving record Pixel smartphone sales in its recent quarterly earnings. Meanwhile, Motorola has gone for more of a quantity over quality approach, churning out plenty of budget Android phones and making it easy to get your hands on one.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is a great smartphone, particularly for anyone looking for a relatively small and pocketable device. It features a fast Snapdragon processor, gorgeous 120Hz AMOLED display, and an impressive triple camera array.