Business Insider reader John asks, “What are you getting for $5,000?”
He’s looking for a smartphone with Google Play music and unlimited streaming music.
He wants the cheapest Android device, because he wants to make the most of his phone’s built-in features, such as Google Assistant.
Google Play Music has some great features that make it great for the average person, such a music-listening app that will help you find your favorite songs and albums, as well as an online store for buying, buying, and buying more music.
But Google Play doesn’t offer all of the same features that you’ll find in a big, premium phone like the iPhone, iPad, or Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S9.
For example, Google Play is limited to one music app per account, while iPhones have unlimited songs and the same song streaming functionality.
Plus, it doesn’t allow for Google Music-enabled streaming to third-party apps like Spotify or Rdio.
John says the only other smartphone that offers music is the $1,100 Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which features the same music-search capabilities as the $200 Samsung Galaxy J7.
That’s an awesome value, but if you’re looking for something even better, John says he’d look at the Samsung Galaxy A7 Plus.
The Samsung Galaxy Pro has all of Google Play’s music features, and the Samsung A7 is also a $1.2,000 smartphone.
However, both phones offer only limited Google Play content, such an unlimited music store and a much more powerful music player.
In this article, John will tell you about the best Android phones for you.
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