Best Popular Smart Mobile Phones
Best Popular Smart Mobile Phones
There are many old and latest smart phones of different companies, So The roundup of the very best smartphones money can buy. I have only include the best phones in this list, so you can be sure you’re always getting the very latest cutting edge tech, The first is the best. Best smartphone
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is so close to being the best smartphone in the world right now. It boasts the brilliant dual curved display, with the screen bending around on both sides so it looks like no other phone ever made (apart from the S6 Edge last year). Yep, this futuristic smartphone is a looker, and it’ll have your friends begging for a chance to play with it. That combined with industry leading power, an amazing display, decent battery life, an excellent camera and amazing performance make it not only the best-looking smartphone, but one of the top two smartphones in the universe.
iPhone 6S Plus
Here we have the iPhone 6S Plus – probably the best-looking phablet around. Some feel its sheer size does make it tricky to hold, but there’s no denying Apple’s beautiful 5.5-incher is a winner. If you’re an iPhone user and you fancy picking up a much bigger phone, this could be for you Apple is always the last in the year to release its flagship phone, should you wait until September to see Apple’s next handset? Find out all about the iPhone 7 here.
Samsung Galaxy S7
A brilliant phone that shows Samsung still has what it takes
I can’t tell you how close it is between the Galaxy S7, iPhone 6S Plus and S7 Edge for the title of ‘best smartphone in the world.’ All three are beautiful but the curved screen just won out for us. But this is still great. Whether it’s the improved camera, the metal-and-glass chassis, the oodles of power involved (from Samsung’s own octa-core Exynos chipset) or just the fact that the TouchWiz software it runs on top of Android looks less childish these days, Samsung’s got a lot right here and this is a brilliant phone.
A 4-inch wonder with flagship slaying specs Notice how all of these smartphones have 5+ inch screens? What if you have small hands? You can’t reach all four corners of the screen. It’s a problem not many of us face, but the truth is — some people just prefer smaller phones but don’t want to sacrifice high-end specs. The iPhone SE is for you. With a 4-inch screen and guts which match the iPhone 6S, including the 12MP rear camera, 2GB RAM, Apple Pay, Retina display, and Apple A9 chipset, this thing is a little pocket rocket. There are a few drawbacks – the design isn’t beautifully curvaceous like the iPhone 6S (the SE is based on the iPhone 5), the front-facing camera has fewer megapixels, and the Touch ID fingerprint sensor is older and therefore slower. The best thing about it? Despite its range-topping specs, the iPhone SE is also one of the cheapest smartphones Apple has ever released.
One of the new Nexus phones is made by Huawei and includes a 5.7-inch 2K display, 2GB of RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset inside. The battery life is very impressive for a phone this size but sadly there’s no wireless camera. The camera offers a 12MP sensor and there’s a fingerprint sensor on the back for the very first time. The design is especially lovely this year with a metal back and a rounder design than before – but it may prove too big for some.
LG’s best ever phone has a modular design This phone is aimed at those who want a truly innovative, gadgety smartphone, and while it doesn’t look as special as the Galaxy S7 Edge, it does have a kick-ass unique feature. This phone, you see, has a modular design, letting you add optional attachments (such as a camera grip or high-res audio). It’s also the only flagship smartphone in 2016 which lets you swap the battery. Sure, it doesn’t feel as premium as the Samsung or iPhone, but if you want to make a geeky statement, this is the phone for you. With leading specs, an excellent screen and the latest version of Android, this is definitely LG’s best smartphone ever and comes highly recommended.
Sony Z5 Premium
Here’s the first ever phone with a 4K display Sony has just made the world’s first ever 4K smartphone, but we’re not exactly sure if it’s necessary yet. It’s a huge 5.5-inch screen with a huge 806 pixels-per-inch as well so is perfect for any phablet lovers out there. There’s a new fingerprint sensor running along the side of the phone that works perfectly and then there’s a great 23MP camera on the back of the phone. The battery life may not be perfect, but this is one of the best phones if you love to have the newest tech first.
he HTC 10 is a phone that takes the design heritage, DNA and all the other good bits of last year’s One M9 and, well, does them again, but better. It’s again shown the rest of the competition how to make a premium smartphone, and its camera, battery life and performance is right up there too. HTC has really worked on the criticisms of the previous generation devices, and created their best ever flagship smartphone.
Huawei Mate 8
If your budget can’t quite stretch to a snazzy California or South Korean-designed smartphone, you may wish to consider a Chinese brand instead. The Huawei Mate 8 is the best smartphone to hail from the People’s Republic. It has a great 6-inch display, and brilliant battery life thanks to the large 4,000 mAh unit. It’s not without its flaws though, the Emotion UI isn’t great, and the design just isn’t as sleek as its rivals.
Motorola Moto X Force
Always dropping your phone? The Force is for you The Moto X Force is a refreshing phone – rather than trying to be elegant and premium – it’s durable and will survive a beating. That’s mainly down to the screen, which features a thick, toughened outer layer which won’t break – not matter how hard you try. The casing is also pretty rugged, our favourite finish being the ‘Ballistic Nylon’ back. The specs are pretty powerful, and the battery life is also impressive. Android is left close to stock which is also good news. It’s not as cutting edge as Samsung’s or Apple’s latest efforts, but it’s a great all-rounder.
Looking to upset dominance by the big brands is OnePlus, who took the mobile world by storm in 2014 with one goal, to be the flagship killer. Their second smartphone, imaginatively titled the OnePlus Two, looks to continue that success. With a price tag of around £250, you’ll get all the mod-cons of much more expensive handsets, including an HD screen, fingerprint sensor, a decent camera and powerful specs. Not bad, but you may have to put up with some software bugs, and poor customer service programme.