Android 8.0 Oreo is a huge update that brings a host of new features to the platform, from more responsive user interfaces to improved power management.
But the big question is which phones will make the cut?
The answer depends on your taste, of course.
Here are some of the best phones we think will be most popular:iPhone 8S – 5.5″ iPhone 8S Plus – 6.7″ iPhone XS – 6″iPhone XS Max – 6.”iPhone XR – 6″.
Android phones have been known to take on any device and the iPhone 8 is no different.
While the device has been largely criticized for being too big, Apple has been quick to point out that the iPhone is only 5.3 inches and that its 6.8-inch screen is much thinner than other phones on the market.
While some users may prefer the iPhone’s bigger screen, most users will prefer its battery life and the larger screen will provide them with more flexibility.
The XS is a phone with a 5.8″ screen and an 8MP camera.
The iPhone XR is a 6.5-inch phone with an 8.5MP camera and a Snapdragon 835 processor.
The iPhone 8 Plus is a 4.7-inch smartphone with a 6MP camera, which makes it a pretty solid performer.
However, the iPhone X is another contender and it also has a 4″ screen.
While it is smaller, it has a much larger battery and it offers better battery life than the iPhone Plus.
The XR has a 5″ screen that is nearly identical to that of the iPhone, and its battery capacity is almost twice as large.
The phone is available in two colors, Silver and Gold, and both have a 64GB storage option.
It comes with a 64-bit Snapdragon 821 processor, 8MP front-facing camera, and 128GB of storage.
The XL is available with a 3.7GHz quad-core processor, 4GB of RAM, and 256GB of internal storage.
Both the XR and XL have a 16MP rear camera, but the XL has a wider aperture of f/1.7 and has a larger pixels per inch.
The XL also has the best camera quality for a 4-inch iPhone in our review.
In our test, we used the camera to take a series of photos of the inside of a white iPhone case.
We then used our iPhone X app to take some more photos of other objects in the same case, like a computer mouse and a speaker.
The camera on the XL is noticeably sharper than the XL on the X, so the images on the iPhone appear to be more sharp.
The image quality is similar to the X’s camera.
Both phones also have 8MP rear cameras.
Both phones have a fingerprint sensor, though the XL only has a single row of dots.
The fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S8 is much better, and Samsung has since added a fingerprint reader to the S8.
The Pixel XL also supports a fingerprint scanner, which is very similar to Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner.
Both are waterproof, with the XL at 1.6 meters and the X at 1 meter.
The best Android phones we found have very similar specs.
Both the X and XL are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 817 processor, which offers up to a whopping 4GHz maximum and is paired with 3GB of memory.
Both have 4GB RAM, a 64MB storage option, a Snapdragon 635 processor, 16MP camera with f/2.2 aperture, and an NFC chip.
Both devices are backed by a 3,000mAh battery.
Both come with Android 8, but both are locked at 64GB.
The biggest difference between the iPhone and XL is in battery life.
The OnePlus 3, OnePlus 5, and OnePlus 5T have the best battery life of any smartphone on the Market, and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the HTC 10 Plus both have the same battery life, which could make for some interesting comparisons.
Both smartphones are capable of holding a charge for around 15 hours, but neither can hold a charge as long as the other.