The first few months of the year are typically the busiest for Chinese Android handsets.
It’s been the period of year where Xiaomi has been selling its most affordable and most innovative Android devices.
And, of course, the first few weeks of the new year have been packed with some of the best Android releases for a while.
We’ve already highlighted the top five best Chinese phones for 2017.
But this is just the beginning, as the year is set to continue on for another few months.
Now, we’ve rounded up five of the most popular Chinese Android phones of 2017 to help you make the best choice for yourself.
Let’s get started!1.
Xiaomi Mi Note 4 – 4GB RAM, 32GB storage, 5.5-inch screen, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, 8GB storageWith Xiaomi’s latest Mi Note series of smartphones, we’re expecting to see a lot of big changes in the next few months for the Chinese smartphone market.
The Mi Note 5 and Mi Note 6, for example, both launched in late November with the latest version of Android Marshmallow (M7).
The Mi 4 and Mi 3 were also announced in early December, which brings the total number of Mi Note phones to seven.
And there are a number of other new models being launched this year as well.
For instance, the Mi Note 8 is launching in China on November 10, while the Mi 5 is set for a global launch on November 16.
So, there are still a lot more Mi Note devices to come out this year.
But, for now, the Xiaomi Mi 4 remains one of the very best Android phones on the market.
With a 4.7-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage, the new Xiaomi Mi4 is a great Android phone.
And for those of you that are looking for a budget Android phone that can perform well in any scenario, the best Mi Note is definitely the Mi 4.
This phone has a relatively affordable price tag of only $329 US (~$450 in UK) for the 32GB model.
We expect that the price will drop as the price of RAM and storage increase.
In addition to its great camera, this Xiaomi Mi-Note 4 is also quite versatile.
The phone is also powered by an 8MP front-facing camera with a f/2.0 aperture, while it’s capable of capturing 720p HD video at 60 frames per second.
And this phone also has the latest Huawei Kirin 960 processor, which means that it can run games smoothly.
And if you need a budget, but want a solid Android smartphone that can do anything you need it to, then the Xiaomi M Note 4 is the phone for you.2.
Huawei Kirin 925 – 16MP rear camera, 8MP selfie, 1.3-inch display, 5-day battery, Android 7.0 NougatThe Huawei Kirin 950 is a smartphone that’s very much a flagship device.
The Huawei Kirin 9000, a mid-range flagship smartphone, is one of our top phones of the last year.
And the Kirin 950 uses the same Kirin 805 processor as the Kirin 935.
But, it has a slightly larger screen and a slightly higher resolution of 836 x 528 pixels.
As a result, the Kirin 960 can deliver a slightly sharper picture and sharper colors than the Kirin 835.
And as with all of Huawei’s smartphones, it is powered by the Kirin 970 chipset.
This Kirin 960 is also equipped with a quad-core CPU.
As well, the phone is equipped with the Huawei Kirin 970 fingerprint scanner, which will allow users to quickly unlock the phone.
The Kirin 960 and Kirin 955 will be launching on November 15 in the US, while November 22 will be the launch in the UK.
So we can expect a lot to come for the Kirin 920 and Kirin 950 in the coming months.3.
Huawei Mate 8 Pro – 8MP rear-facing, 16MP front, 5G LTE, Android NougateThe Huawei Mate8 Pro is another flagship smartphone that has been one of Huawei and Xiaomi’s top devices this year, and it is one that is very well received.
The Mate 8 is the first Huawei flagship smartphone to have a quad CPU design.
And since the Mate8 is the only Huawei smartphone with a dual-core processor, the Mate 8 can offer some solid performance when it comes to performance-related tasks.
For example, the Snapdragon 845 processor is a powerful chip that can handle most tasks in the world of software.
The main problem with the Mate9, however, is that it does not have the Kirin 1055 processor.
And so, users can’t really expect much from this smartphone this year either.
But we’ll definitely see some improvements coming to the Mate 9.4.
Huawei also introduced the Mate 10 Pro last year, which was the first smartphone to feature the Kirin 9000 processor.
However, the chipset on this device has a