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Asus started their Android smartphone journey in 2014 with Intel based CPUs and then switched to ARMs in 2016-17 with their third generation of Zenfone smartphones. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Asus devices.

  • Zenfone 6 / 6Z (coming soon)
  • Zenfone 5Z
  • Zenfone Max Pro M2

Coolpad, formerly China Wireless Technologies Limited was one of the largest chinese smartphone brands. Coolpad started to decline in market share and sales post 2016. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Coolpad devices.

  • Coolpad Note 3
  • Coolpad Note 5
  • Coolpad Cool 1 Dual

Google introduced the Pixel brand that replaced the famous Nexus lineup. The first PIxel device was launched in 2013, and the first Pixel phone was launched in 2016. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Google devices.

  • Pixel 3 XL
  • Pixel 3
  • Pixel 2 XL

Honor, a sub-brand of Huawei, established in 2013, focuses on budget, midrange and flagship killer phones to compete with smartphones of OnePlus and Xiaomi. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Honor devices.

  • Honor 20
  • Honor Play
  • Honor 7X

HTC was one of the co-founders of the Open Handset Alliance, a group dedicated to development of Android. They aren't doing good in the market for some time now. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of HTC devices.

  • HTC 10
  • HTC U11
  • HTC One M8

One of the premium smartphone makers from China, Huawei rose to fame in 2012. Huawei devices are based on Android, with their custom skin called EMUI on top. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Huawei devices.

  • Huawei P30 Pro
  • Huawei P20 Lite
  • Huawei P20 Pro

Lava rose to fame in 2012 with the first Intel-based Android smartphone in India- the X900, and then with the Iris X1 which was one of the first Android KitKat phones in India. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Lava devices.

  • Lava Pixel V2
  • Lava Iris X1
  • Lava Iris X9

Lenovo (LePhone in China) is the father brand of Motorola Mobility & ZUK. Their smartphones are based on Android and used to come with their custom skin called Vibe UI. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Lenovo devices.

  • Lenovo P2
  • Lenovo K8 Plus
  • Lenovo A7000

More famous for bootloops than the devices that have those bootloops, LG makes some really good smartphones. Not doing that good in the market for some time, though. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of LG devices.

  • LG G7 ThinQ
  • LG G6
  • LG V30

Once one of the largest smartphone market holders in India, now almost dead. They almost got to the top with their Android One & budget Android phones. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Micromax devices.

  • Canvas Fire 2 (A104)
  • Unite 2 (A106)
  • Canvas Doodle 3 (A102)

Where do we start. First, Google acquired Motorola Mobility and almost brought Motorola back from the graves, and then, Lenovo acquired them, and you know the rest. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Moto devices.

  • Moto X4
  • Moto G5S Plus
  • Moto G5 Plus

Hardware made by a number of brands, software served straight from Google. These phones were the OG love of Android fans & devs, and were replaced later by Pixel. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Nexus devices.

  • Nexus 5
  • Nexus 6P
  • Nexus 5X

Dead shortly after the acquisition by Microsoft, and then brought back from the graves to the Android scene by HMD in 2017. Been making some pretty snappy phones since then. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Nokia devices.

  • Nokia X / XL
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus
  • Nokia 7 Plus

Brought flagship-grade performance at mid-range prices and started the era of 'flagship killers'. Launched with Cyanogen OS, how more dev-friendly can a brand be? Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of OnePlus devices.

  • OnePlus 7 Pro
  • OnePlus 7
  • OnePlus 6T

One of the sister companies of OnePlus, Oppo are known for doing experiments and having some of the best selfie-camera tech on Android smartphones. Seriously. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Oppo devices.

  • Oppo Reno
  • Oppo F1S
  • Oppo Find 7A

A sub-brand of Xiaomi, infinitely famous for making a killer for the flagship-killers. Extremely affordable yet extremely powerful first phone. Sold like hot cakes, and therefore, aftermarket development on the phone is lit. They only have one phone, so you can just select it from below.

  • Pocophone F2 (coming soon)
  • Pocophone F1
  • Pocophone F1

Oppo's answer to Xiaomi's Redmi like of budget Android phones. These come with this heavy skin called Color OS, which is why you would want some custom ROMs. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Realme devices.

  • Realme 3 Pro
  • Realme 2 Pro
  • Realme 1

Probably the biggest market holder on the Android smartphone side. They've been here for so long, so they know how to make and sell phones good. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Samsung devices.

  • Galaxy Note 9
  • Galaxy S9 / S9+
  • Galaxy S7

They make Xperia (but people don't buy them nowadays), which used to set benchmarks for media-consumption and compact Android phones. Now almost dead. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Sony devices.

  • Xperia Z5
  • Xperia Z1
  • Xperia Z

Another sister brand of OnePlus. They focus on bringing new tech & features to mid-range Android phone buyers in several Asian markets. Not that dev-friendly (yet). Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Vivo devices.

  • Vivo Nex
  • Vivo Y83
  • Vivo V5

Xiaomi, also known as Mi, always on the news for something. They make some great affordable phones. They earn more from their budget phones than their flagships. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of Xiaomi devices.

  • Redmi K20 Pro (coming soon)
  • Redmi Note 7 Pro
  • Redmi Note 5 Pro

Can't believe this sub-brand is dead. Had the potential to become really big in the Indian smartphone market, but we guess they went broke, just like their dad Micromax. Select from the brand's 3 newest / most popular devices, or tap on the logo above for the full list of YU devices.

  • YU Yureka / Yureka+
  • YU Yunique
  • YU Yuphoria

Subsidiary of Lenovo, introduced in 2015 to compete with OnePlus and Xiaomi, then abandoned in 2017 as Lenovo decided to focus only on Motorola. The Zuk lineup had some pretty good, powerful phones (only 3), priced very inexpensively. What else can we say? We mourned.

  • Zuk Z2 (Lenovo Z2 Plus)
  • Zuk Z1
  • Zuk Z2 Pro

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