Top 10 fan favorite phones of 2017

Yordan, 27 December 2017

Popularity is one thing, but winning people's hearts is a completely different task. It's now time to look back at 2017 and see which phones you guys liked the best. We'll rank the phones that got the most favorites by the registered users on our site.

The list features 9 flagships, which was to be expected - high end devices cause most people to fall in love with them. Yet one midranger from a beloved brand managed to do the seemingly impossible and snatch second spot.

Top 10 fan favorite phones of 2017

The Xiaomi Mi 6 snatched the 10th place in the list. Fantastic specs, dual camera, and impressive looks are what attracted many of you. When the phone arrived in the first half of 2017, it was a statement from Xiaomi that the company is ready to fight it out with the big boys.

The ugly ducklings LG G5 and LG V20, were quickly followed by the beautiful swans LG G6 and LG V30, sitting in 8th and 9th, LG was the first to introduce the tall display trend with the G6; then the company had six months to perfect a phone, to equip it with Snapdragon 835 and to create the V30.

Next come the Nokia 8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8+, while the OnePlus 5 matches its name with a 5th place. The phone was quickly discontinued to make room for OnePlus 5T, but the new device didnít have make it to the chart.

The Galaxy Note8 snatched fourth, being beaten to a podium spot by the Sony Xperia XZ Premium and its 4K screen.

The Nokia 6 got second place - an amazing achievement for the only midranger in the table.

The Samsung Galaxy S8. No wonder so many fans picked this phone - truly curved screen with tall aspect ratio, superb camera, and sexy looks. All hail the most loved phone of 2017!

Nokia 6


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