Updated August 25, 2018 08:07:25When it comes to smartphones, the latest Android flagships are just as popular as the latest iPhones and iPads.
The latest smartphones have been around for several years now and most of the apps they run are well-known.
But, like any other popular category, the Android platform has some notable newbies that just need to be included in our top five.
Here are the top 5 Android-based smartphones of 2018:The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 5 Chromebook ProsIf you want a tablet that is fast and has plenty of battery life, then Lenovo’s IdeaPad 5 Chromebook Pro might be right for you.
It’s a bit smaller than its smaller Android counterparts but offers a lot of the same features and features you’d find in the premium Android tablets you see at Walmart.
The only thing that separates the 5 Pro from its Android counterparts is that it’s a Chromebook.
The 5 Pro is also available in a 128GB model.
Lenovo’s Lenovo IdeaPads are available for $599.99 on Amazon.
You can also pick up the 4GB model for $249.99.
The 8GB model is $379.99, and the 16GB model $499.99 (the 4GB edition has a 32GB option).
It’s definitely worth the extra $50 to get the extra storage space, as it’s one of the fastest storage options on the market.
The Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 5 is available in either black or silver color options.
The tablet is available for pre-order starting in October.
Microsoft Windows 10 MobileThe new Microsoft Windows 10 is a Windows 10 PC that can run most popular Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
It also has a ton of built-in Windows 10 apps, including Cortana, Windows Hello, and more.
You’ll also be able to access the Office Mobile apps from the Windows Store, as well as use the Cortana voice assistant and the Windows Hello service.
Microsoft also introduced a Windows app called Windows Hello for Android and Windows Phone devices.
Windows 10 Mobile is available on Windows 10 PCs, tablets, phones, and Xboxes starting in August.
Windows 10 on Windows PCs is $159.99 and Windows 10 mobile on Android is $49.99 with a 30-day trial.
Windows Mobile also offers a Windows Ink pen for pen input and a new way to customize your Microsoft Office apps.
Microsoft says that Microsoft is working on new ways to make these new Office apps better with Microsoft Ink.
Microsoft is also pushing new Office experiences on its Surface devices.
Microsoft is bringing its Office 365 suite of apps and services to Surface.
The new Office 365 for Windows 10 app for Office 365 lets you build new apps and create custom documents with Microsoft’s Office apps, and Microsoft is also rolling out Office Mobile for Android, Office Mobile on iOS, and Office Mobile Desktop for Android tablets.
Microsoft also announced a new version of its Office app called OneNote, which offers a new set of apps that can be integrated with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
OneNote is available now on all Surface devices and can be downloaded for free from Microsoft’s Store.
Microsoft’s Surface Hub, which lets you organize your documents and photos, is also a Windows Store app for Windows 8, 8.1, 10, and 10.
It lets you create, organize, and share your documents on a variety of different surfaces.
Microsoft Office for Windows has been available on all Windows devices since 2015, and it’s been available in the Microsoft Store since 2016.
You have the ability to download the Microsoft Office Office for iOS app for free.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 tablet and Surface Hub are also available for free through Microsoft’s app store.
Windows Phone 8.3, Windows Phone 8, and Windows Phones8.1 and 10Both Windows Phonsets are available in two editions: Standard and Pro.
Both editions have the same basic design, with the only differences being the inclusion of an app drawer on the top and bottom.
Windows Phonets are generally easier to use than Windows Phans, but the lack of a separate app drawer means that some people find the Windows Phonic app on Windows Phontems to be a bit confusing.
Windows Phone, meanwhile, is similar to Android in that you can choose to install a single version of the software on any device you have.
Windows 8.4, Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro are the only versions that can connect to Windows Phone or Windows Phone.
Windows phones can be purchased through Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and others, and they are also shipped in bundles of 12 for $149.99 or $249 with a one-year contract.
Windows 8.2, Windows RT, and RT 8.5 are available through carriers like Verizon, T, and MetroPCS, while Windows 8 is only available on AT&Ts and Metro PCS.
Windows RT 8 and RT are available on Verizon, Metro