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The year is coming to an end, which means we’re already looking at the Android phones of 2023. But as we look forward to next year’s phones, we want to take a look back at 2022 and the Android phone brands that could. made a big impression on you, our readers.

It’s been a busy year for Android OEMs. Samsung continues to dominate the space, releasing phones at almost any price point, including its latest foldable phones. It’s also managed to push out Android 13 on most of its current and past devices until we even get to 2023, which is pretty impressive.

Motorola has finally launched a competitive foldable phone with the Razr 2022, while also being the first to bring a 200MP camera phone to market. Motorola also dominated the mid-range and budget phone segment with some great devices and even improved its software update promise.

Xiaomi also gave us a 200MP camera phone and managed to surprise us with a very cool concept device that has a lens attachment for higher quality images. We’ve seen some impressive devices and quite a few foldable phones from OEMs including Xiaomi and OPPO, both of which look like they could challenge Samsung with gorgeous designs and top-notch specs.

Meanwhile, Google expanded its ecosystem with its first smartwatch, premium headphones and the announcement of the Pixel Tablet, though we won’t see the latter until 2023. It also gave its affordable Pixel 6a some impressive flagships with an updated design and the latest Tensor chipset.

OnePlus continues to raise the bar on its phones with faster charging speeds and impressive specs at relatively competitive prices. Meanwhile, ASUS dominated the small phone segment with the Zenfone 9 and gaming phones with the ROG Phone 6D Ultimate.

Nothing made a big fuss with its first smartphone. the mid-range but rather unique Nothing Phone (1) and its bright Glyph interface. On first impressions, it’s not bad.


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