The Best Smartphones for 2015
The Best Smartphones for 2015
Smartphones, who doesn’t use them nowadays? Almost everyone does. Who doesn’t want to hold or keep these latest and greatest devices in this era? Well, the answer would be the same- everyone does. So, here is a blog which shows (or almost reviews) some top cell phones with smart features, preferred by most in this year, so far.
The range of phones with new and top-notch features have really made it tough to review and place them from number 1 to number 5. But, had to do this; read on to find out, which phone beats the other 4.
Note: It is not a countdown show, the phone I found the best is placed on number 1, and that continues…
- LG G4
This phone, at least for me, has made to the top position. It stands out from the pack in 2015. What makes it different from others is that it has removable battery and micro SD card slot, as most of the present manufacturers have moved to sealed cells and just the internal memory. Not only that trait, but its 5.5 inches Quantum-HD IPS display makes this Smartphone comparatively more attractive.
As heard from some traders, I must say it’s rather light at 155 grams and easily fits in my pocket too. What makes it a lot different from other cell phones is the rear power and volume buttons, which also serves other functions and give the device a cleaner look.
3 GB RAM, 16 MP camera, 8 MP front facing camera, and SD card slot which supports up to 2TB. I don’t think anything else would get better.
- iPhone 6 and 6 plus
Apple, the name is all enough to keep it in the second place. LG has only found the top spot because of the latest innovations that has set the bar high for android devices.
The larger battery and IOS is why people prefer iPhone 6 plus to iPhone 6 and other smartphones. It is an awesome phone with loads of apps, A1 hardware, and a user friendly operating system. Quality photos are the plus point of this product of apple.
- Samsung Galaxy S6/ S6 Edge
Samsung galaxy S6 is not that good when it comes to meeting the battery life (needs) of the customers but the octa-core processor, 3 GB of RAM, and integrated wireless charging has made this cell phone a thing to try for gadgets lovers.
Excellent design and stunning camera quality makes it the deal to be made. The darker side of the phone is that its high price (higher than iPhone 6 and 6 plus) doesn’t match the battery quality like other top and trending android sets.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 4/Note 4 Edge
The best thing about this phone is the S pen functionality. These smartphones are powered with snapdragon quad-core processor and large 3220 mAh replaceable battery. 5.7 inches display with 2560 *1440 super AMOLED screen, and other top traits of this device makes it the most expensive Android smartphone right now.
- Google Nexus 6
This set of Motorola, to be released with the assistance of Google, is sure to win hearts of many android users. This phone will soon let the users join a novel wireless service, built on the backs of T-Mobile. This phone possessing 20 Megapixel camera is water resistant and has a large backup of 3900 mAh battery.
This phone is priced at $649 for 32 GB and fifty more dollars for an extra 32 GB. It surely is costly but is less expensive, if compared to galaxy S6s, and iPhone 6 and 6 plus. I would say the battery backup of this phone is the best feature among all android sets, popularized in the first half of this year.