I'm still using my LG G4. And I am keeping it still after 2 years. I don't think new phones are worth the money right now.
I picked up a 64gb Nexus 6P in July of 2016. It was my first Android phone since Android 2.0 and it is really nice. I do sometimes wish it had physical buttons, and there are a couple of new Android phones that have caught my eye, like the HTC U Ultra, but for now the 6P is quite nice.
Just got a new free unlocked Nubia Z11 Mini
Note 2. Got it on release week and still rock solid. Do not plan to change it unless they make something good with at least 8GB RAM and fast NVME storage.
I want to know about battery life in your new, kinda new and middle age phones. How many times a day do you have to charge?
Better to put it in a poll or graphical like style?
Sony Z3 that I bought with money refunded by Google for my Nexus 5 that that camera stopped focusing on. Will use this until the software is completely and utterly out of date but see no need for an upgrade at present.
Currently using iPhone 6. I have no plans to "upgrade" to a new model -- &, until such time as my iPhone can no longer be upgraded to a new version of iOS, or simply breaks & no longer works, I have no plans to replace it.
JUST upgraded my LG G2 to a OnePlus 3T and couldn't be happier. Absolutely no reason to have upgraded before now.
LG G4. It's great until it dies. I've had it replaced once and repaired once, so when I'm eligible for an upgrade in June I will get a Samsung or Pixel.
Until the next one, then the one following that... and on it goes.
Nexus 5x and very happy with it for now. Having gone down both the value and flagship routes over the years, I'd be unlikely to spend more than $300 on a device ever again, and that would be mostly for a better camera.
I predict were hitting a wall with mobile devices, much like we did with pcs just over 10 years back - what we have is good enough, and $200 devices are offering most customers pretty much everything they need in a smartphone. The hardcore crowd will always command a small but valuable market, but I can see the market becoming a lot less lucrative for a number of brands over the next couple of years.
Galaxy S7 Edge
iPhone 6s and with jailbreak is the best smartphone you can have, sticking with it for the next years
S7E for personal # & Xiaomi Note 4 MTK (Nikel) for work #. Oh and I still have good old Lumia 1520 running W10M, but it mainly serves as 'gaming device' for daughters these days .
Unlocked Moto Z Play. Amazing battery life.