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Top 10 Android Devices in the Market

Millions of Android devices were sold in 2015. Here is the list of the top Android devices for 2015.

2015 has been a blast for Android. In early estimates, 1.3 billion devices running Android are expected to sell this year (2016). Here is the look at the top Android devices of 2015.

 

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2015 has been a blast for Android. In early estimates, 1.3 million devices running Android are expected to sell this year (2016). Here is the look at the top Android devices of 2015.

 

Slide11. Google Pixel C

 

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This tablet from Google, the home of Android, is an eye-turner. It packs Android Marshmallow 6.0 and is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor and 3 GB RAM.

 

Slide22. Samsung Galaxy S6

 

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Samsung’s flagship phone is a shocker with support for a 16 MP rear- and 5 MP front-facing camera.

 

Slide33. Samsung Galaxy Note 5

 

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With a great pen experience, you can be productive in no time.

 

Slide44. Motorola Moto G

 

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One of the best budget phones under $200 in a long time, the Motorola Moto G is one of the best-selling phones of the year.

 

Slide55. Google Nexus 6P

 

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A flagship Nexus device from Google packs an impeccable 5.7-inch high resolution WQHD AMOLED display and is a carrier-unlocked device.

 

Slide66. LG V10

 

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The LG v10 comes has a second screen that allows power users to get the most out of a mobile device.

 

Slide77. Dell Venue 8 7000

 

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A premium device with three rear-facing cameras, this tablet allows for depth photography and 3D editing.

 

Slide88. Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

 

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Coming in two sizes, 8-inch and 9.8-inch, these devices come with an Exynos 5433 processor and 3 GB RAM, supporting up to 128 GB in removable storage.

 

Slide99. Google Nexus 9

 

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Coming with a screen size of 8.9-inches, the sound is powered by HTC BoomSound speakers, and it is powered by Android 5.0 Lollipop.

 

Slide1010. Amazon Kindle Fire HD 6

 

Powering a custom FireOS experience, the Kindle Fire HD 6-inch is Amazon’s most popular tablet of 2015. Developers have to do very little to upgrade to run on Kindle Fire devices.

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