Now that Part 1 and Part 2 of our guide provided you the information needed to find the best phone for you, we have several suggestions for phones we consider as the best phones for this year. If you haven’t read the previous installments, you’re missing out!
1. LG G4
Though it feels too similar to last year’s G3, the LG G4 is an excellent big-screen smartphone that will appeal to photography fans.
The sharp 5.5-inch display which is simply mind-blowing a large number of convenient camera controls and raw image shooting, it also has a replaceable battery and expandable storage.
Sadly, the phone is not perfect and it’s battery life is adequate but not more. it simply doesn’t last as long as its competitors.
The newest iPhone have many of enhancements and improvements that simply make it better than past models. While we don’t suggest for iPhone 6 owners to upgrade, we do think that pretty much everyone else should seriously consider it.
The iPhone 6S includes a new, faster processor, faster wireless, quicker Touch ID sensor, a sturdier body; better front and rear cameras; a bold new 3D Touch pressure-sensitive display that just might end up being useful somehow, someday.
Keep in mind that the new model has the same battery life as the iPhone 6 and does not include optical image stabilization for photos and video, unlike the The 6S Plus model.
3. One Plus Two
This “Flagship killer”, based Android 5.1, offers powerful hardware and beautiful aluminium-magnesium chassis design at a comparatively low price. The OnePlus 2 has a 5.5 inch display that while is very sharp, is also a bit dull when it comes to colours.
The 13-megapixel rear camera comes with image stabilisation, fast laser focus and the ability to film slow-motion video and time lapse montages.
Sadly, It’s worth noting the OnePlus 2 does not support expandable storage through microSD.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is sure to thrill anyone with a love for fast phones with a large screens.
The 5.7-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 4 offers a brilliant high-resolution screen and takes excellent outdoor shots on its 16-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization, though the phone lacks when it comes to low light and indoor shots. The stylus is feels very comfortable and offers a convenient way to use the phone.
When it comes to design the sides and edges of the Note 4 are aluminum, while the remainder of the phone is built with polycarbonate.
Sadly, while the phone is of excellent quality, it does cost significantly more than most other smartphones of it’s type.
Great looks and top-notch specs give the Samsung Galaxy S6 a spot on this list. The Samsung Galaxy S6 boasts an amazing looking smooth glass-and-matte-metal body that just won us over, though it reminds us very much of the iPhone 6.
Samsung’s take on Android 5.0 brings the beauty inside and we found the new camera shortcut key very convenient.
On the other hand, Samsung did decide to include a non removable battery, and the battery while good, falls short of last year’s Galaxy. There’s also no option to increase the storage via an SDcard expandable storage.
For a more visual review of some of 2015’s best phones, watch the video below.
We hope that this guide managed to help you on your quest to find yourself the best phone for you.
Feel free to leave a comment asking for more information or suggest a phone that you think should have been on our list of recommendations.
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The Stuccu Team