The 7 Best Mobile Phones on the Market
Has the time come for you to replace your smartphone? Here are the best mobile phones available on the market and what they can offer you it terms of display, power and features. Remember that prices tend to vary a lot based on your phone contract, current deals, and other factors, so don’t take online prices as solid offers until you have look at what your provider would charge.
7 Best Mobile Phones
1. Samsung Galaxy Note 4
The Galaxy Note 4 is one of the best phones out on the market if you are looking for a larger screen — what is sometimes called a phablet, if you can stomach the name. The Note 4 has a 5.7-inch screen and includes a stylus for more detailed work if you prefer to use your phone for work-related tasks.
There’s also a handy feature that allows you to snap pictures of whiteboards and make your own additions to them. Screen clarity is also at the top of its game if you prefer using a phone for entertainment. All in all, this Android phone is one of the best around.
2. Samsung Galaxy S5
The second Samsung on the list, the Galaxy S5 is for those who still want one of the best smartphones on the market, but don’t want an extra-large screen that’s a burden on pockets and sucks up battery life.
The S5 meets all those qualifications, with Android 4.4, a quad-core processor, and a 5.1-inch screen that provides some of the best computing power in the business. The hard drive (options include 16GB and 32GB) also got a boost this generation, and there’s an on-board heart rate sensor if you want to use it for health and fitness purposes.
3. LG G3
Onto the LG G3, another beautiful smartphone with 5.5-inch screen, a quad-core processer, Quad HD resolution, and all the other bells and whistles that a great modern smartphone comes equipped with.
All in all, the similarities to the Galaxy S5 are notable, but this model comes with a bigger screen and a few unique LG features, including a knock code option to unlock the phone, smart notifications via LG software, and the new LG Health app for a broader fitness regimen. There’s also an option to expand the camera’s memory, a feature that not all of today’s smartphones offer.
4. Motorola Moto X
The Moto X< features a 5.2-inch screen, a 2.5GHz quad-core processor, and a whole lot of customization options that allow you to modify the phone however you want.
The downside? The Moto X doesn’t have as many extra features as some of these smartphones, and there’s a little less emphasis on camera power and precision, so it’s not quite the same photo-taking machine as many of today’s smartphones.
It also has a curved back panel, which you may love or hate depending on how it feels in your hand.
5. Apple iPhone 6 Plus
With the iPhone 6, Apple has finally provided a larger version of its smartphone for those who prefer Apple products but have been wanting a larger screen to view their pictures and videos.
The 5.5-inch display is backed by all of Apple’s latest software and tech, including the biometric home button, Apple Pay technology to make remote purchases, iHealth, and much more. The primary difference here is the size, and that makes it one of the best mobile phones for those who prefer iOS.
6. Sony Xperia Z3
Sony’s Xperia Z3, with a 5.2-inch display, is one of the smaller smartphones on the list, but that doesn’t mean it’s less useless.
It has all Android 4.4, a Sony-centric focus on gaming, and — perhaps best of all — a lower MSRP than most top-of-the-line smartphones.
The Xperia Z3 also comes with a lot of camera options and filter features that you would need to buy an app for with most of the other smartphone options. It is water and dust resistant as well.
7. OnePlus One
The OnePlus One is not quite as powerful or feature-heavy as the other phones on the list, but it does a good job of appearing so.
The upside, and what makes it one of the best mobile phones to buy, is the price, which is far lower than the average smartphone cost. The 5.5-inch display and Cyanogen 115 operating system will get the job done without killing your wallet.
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