The year 2016 is a great year for phone users. The choice of smartphones in the market is not at all disappointing. Phones are getting better and better hence catering to the insatiable taste of buyers.
iPhone 6S Plus
Weight: 192g | Dimensions: 158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3 mm | OS: iOS 9.3 | Screen size: 5.5-inch | Resolution: 1920 x 1080 | CPU: Apple A9 | RAM: 2GB | Storage: 16GB/64GB/128GB | Battery: 2750mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 5MP
3D Touch has exciting potential Bright, vibrant display Big and heavy Expensive
Apple on the slide! Regular visitors to our best phones ranking will note that Apple’s duo of flagship phones have taken a tumble down the order of late. Why? Well while the Android army has been busy in 2016 launching their latest and greatest, the Cupertino firm has been patiently biding its time.
Apart from the iPhone, Samsung is also making waves in the mobile market. The best ever product from this Asian giant is the Edge, a phone that is truly cutting across many edges
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
Curving into the future with impressive specs
Premium design,Great camera,Fingerprint magnet and Cartoonish UI
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.
Sourced from: http://www.t3.com/features/best-smartphone
The other major brand making headlines this year is the HTC and specifically the HTC One A9. It is described as phone full of refinement and has great design.
HTC One A9
The HTC One A9 might be best known for its closeness to the iPhone 6 in design, but there’s a lot about this phone to love. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, with a stripped down version of HTC Sense, resulting in a lovely overall experience, full of refinement.
The design is great, it feels lovely in the hand and surprisingly, the performance is very good for a handset that has mid-range hardware.
The AMOLED display is great and there’s an improved camera that beats that of the M9, although it still struggles in low light conditions. There is also an excellent fingerprint scanner.
However, the HTC One A9 is expensive for a device at this level, priced over £400. You might get a premium body, but it’s still a mid-ranger at heart and that’s reflected in performance in some areas.
If you want something that’s well built and a decent size, then it’s definitely worth considering.