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Best Smartphone Of 2015

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Best Smartphone Of 2015 

Apple iPhone 6
From £539

The secret to the iPhone’s success is the combination of ease of use, advanced functionality and beautiful design. The iPhone 6 picks up where the 5s left off with a larger 4.7-inch display, greatly improved battery life and slimmer body than ever before. It may not be the highest specced-model on the market, but it looks great and won’t disappoint on features.
Dimensions: 138.1 x 67 x 6.9mm, Screen: 4.7”, Weight: 129g, Storage: 16GB/64GB/128GB, Processor: A8 64-bit, Camera: Front-facing 1.2MP, Rear-facing 8MP.

Apple Silver iPhone 6 Plus


Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
From £760 for 64GB

The curved screen may have had more than a few of us scratching our heads when the Galaxy S6 Edge was first revealed, but the 5.1-inch Quad HD display looks great. The 16MP camera may be the same as predecessor the S5’s, but the whizzy octacore processor and new People Edge and Quick Launch features are enough to set this phone apart. However, the loss of the microSD card slot and new sealed non-removable battery could outrage some fans.
Dimensions: 143.4 x 70.5 x 6.8mm, Screen: 5.1”, Weight: 138g, Storage: 3GB RAM, 32/64/128GB, Processor: Quad 2.1GHz + Quad 1.5 GHz, Octacore application processor Camera: Front-facing 5MP, Rear-facing 16MP.



From £500

LG’s latest flagship, the G4, builds on the success of its predecessors with an improved 16MP rear-facing camera and an 8MP front-facing lens, and the option of a leather finish. The 5.5-inch Quad HD display is the same as on the G3, but a new hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor boosts battery life by an additional 20 per cent and, unike the Samsung Galaxy S6, it has a microSD slot and removable battery.
Dimensions: 148.9 x 76.1 x 6.3 – 9.8 mm, Screen: 5.5″, Weight: 155g, Storage: 3GB RAM, 32GB only, microSD, up to 128 GBProcessor: Qualcomm MSM8992 Snapdragon 808, Camera: Front-facing 8MP, Rear-facing 16 MP.



HTC One M9
From £580

HTC is the thinking man’s Android handset of choice, and the perfect option for those who value customisation and the personal touch when it comes to your user interface and general app appearance, thanks to the new Sense 7 UI. The One M9 picks up where the award-winning M8 left off, and while it’s not the necessarily a huge leap foward, it remains a brilliant solution to the dilemma over which is the most flexible Android phone on the market.
Dimensions: 44.6 x 69.7 x 9.6 mm Screen: 5” Weight: 157g Storage: 3GB RAM, 32 GB only, microSD up to 128GB Processor:Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810 Camera: Front-facing 4MP, Rear-facing 20.7MP.



Apple iPhone 6 Plus
From £619

If there’s a consistent complaint about the iPhone, it’s battery life. If there’s a consistent trend in mobile phones as a whole, it’s to ever bigger screens. With the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple addresses both those issues. On the whole, the 6 Plus is the same as the iPhone 6, scaled up. It adds various ways of making the most of its larger screen and slightly improves the camera, but the main advantage is the 2915mAh battery which lasts two days.
Dimensions: 158.1 x 77.8 x 7.1mm Screen: 5.5” Weight: 172g Storage: 16GB/64GB/128GB Processor: A8 chip with 64-bit architecture Camera: Front-facing1.2MP, Rear-facing 8MP.



Google Nexus 5
From £295

The Nexus range of phones are Google’s own devices, made with HTC, LG, Samsung and others, aiming to push the boundaries of what Android can achieve while also unifying hardware and software. With the Nexus 5 Google aims to prove a point: its software can not only power premium devices sold for a decent price, but it can also lead the way on innovation. At this price, that’s easy to get excited about.
Dimensions: 69.17 x 137.84 x 8.59mm Screen: 4.95” Weight: 130g Storage: 16GB / 32GB, no microSD slot, 2GB RAM Processor:2.3Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (quad-core) Camera: Front-facing 1.3MP, Rear-facing 8MP.



Sony Xperia Z3+
From £549

Waterproof and dustproof, Sony’s Xperia Z3+ offers marginal improvements over its Z3 predecessor. It is thinner and lighter than the original, and features an upgraded octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor. However it has the same 5.2-inch Full HD 1080p “triluminous” display as the Z3, and the same 20.7MP rear camera. On the downside, the Z3+’s battery is actually smaller than the Z3’s (2,900mAh rather than 3,100mAh).
Dimensions: 146 x 72 x 6.9 mm Screen: 5.2” Weight: 144g Storage: 3GB RAM, 32GB only, microSD up to 128GB, Processor:Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810 Camera: Front-facing 5.1MP, Rear-facing 20.7MP.




Microsoft Lumia 930
From £404

The Lumia 930’s camera is almost frighteningly good – at 20MP it eclipses many of its rivals. Its generous OLED screen gives colour a crisp edge and shades a deep contrast, and its metal frame and polycarbonate back lends it a reassuring heft. It’s let down slightly by the clunky and somewhat slow Windows interface and limited number of apps, but there’s no doubt it’s an excellent phone, and the most impressive Windows handset to date.
Dimensions: 137 x 71 x 9.8 mm Screen: 5” Weight: 167g Storage: 32 GB, 2 GB RAM Processor: Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 800 Camera: Front-facing 1.2MP, Rear-facing 20MP.



OnePlus One

The OnePlus One is an oddity: this is an Android phone that runs ‘Cyanogen Mod’, a launcher usually installed by geeks and tinkerers who find Android isn’t flexible enough for their endless desire to change settings. That’s the appeal of this large, square device, but it’s also a very affordable top-of-the-line handset – if you can get your hands on the limited stock.
Dimensions: 152.9 x 75.9 x 8.9 mm Screen: 5.5” Weight: 162 g Storage: 3GB RAM, 16/64 GB, no SD card slot Processor:Qualcomm MSM8974AC Snapdragon 801 Camera: Front-facing 5 MP, Rear-facing 13 MP.



Motorola Moto X (second generation)
From £419.99

Recently updated, the new Moto X is a superb device that provides a pure Google experience with just the merest hint of Motorola’s additional software. That means plenty of voice interaction and use of gestures too, but the combination of great design and reasonable price make it an intriguing prospect. You can also create your own customised handset using the Moto Maker service.
Dimensions: 140.8 x 72.4 x 10 mm Screen: 5.2” Weight: 144 g Storage: 2 GB RAM, 16/32/64 GB, no SD card clot Processor:Qualcomm MSM8974AC Snapdragon 801 Camera: Front-facing 2 MP, Rear-facing 13 MP.


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