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Price and features: The latest Android smartphones compared

JR Raphael | Nov. 10, 2015
Several great new Android phones have been introduced recently. Which to choose? This features chart may help.

32GB (w/SD card slot)

5.0-in. Full HD LCD

UltraPixel / 13MP

2,150mAh

Most major carriers (Verizon support coming)

Motorola
Droid Maxx 2

$384 (16GB)

5.8 x 2.9 x 0.43 in. / 6.0 oz.

16GB (w/SD card slot)

5.5-in. 1080p LCD

5MP / 21MP

3,630mAh

Verizon

Motorola
Droid Turbo 2

$624 (32GB), $720 (64GB); higher depending on material

5.9 x 3.1 x 0.36 in. / 6.0 oz.

32GB / 64GB (w/SD card slot)

5.4-in. QHD AMOLED

5MP / 21MP

3,760mAh

Verizon

Motorola
Moto X
Pure Edition

$400 (16GB), $450 (32GB), $500 (64GB); higher depending on material

6.1 x 3.0 x 0.44 in./6.3 oz.

16GB / 32GB / 64GB (w/SD card slot)

5.7-in. QHD LCD

5MP / 21MP

3,000mAh

All major carriers

Samsung
Galaxy Note 5

Starts at $700 (32GB) depending on carrier.

6.0 x 3.0 x 0.30/6.0 oz.

32GB / 64GB (no SD card slot)

5.7-in. QHD AMOLED

5MP / 16MP

3,000mAh

All major carriers (network-specific models)

 

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