Best Smartphones 2015

Hi guys. Today is going to be talking about the smartphones that we in the UK have at our disposal in 2015 and early 2016. It’s a great time for mobile phones, they practically do everything you need, and here is a look at some of the best on offer at the moment.

 

The Motorola Moto G 3rd Generation is a great option for a budget phone this year. They have released solid version over the past 2 years and have improved again with the latest release. It still isn’t the most attractive phone in the world but at around £160 there cannot be many complaints!

 

The OnePlus 2 is a newcomer to the market and has been doing some damage in the under £300 bracket (it’s £290 if you go for a 64GB option, which is a better shout than the 16GB as it doesn’t have a microSD slot). 4G sim card support and some cracking hardware ensure this phone to be one of the most popular of the year.

 

The HTC One M9 continues the company’s progression towards the very stop of Android design. It is not an amazing upgrade from a M8 so it would be interesting how many people do that, but as a stand-alone phone it really is rather good. The memory has been increased and turns the phone into a bit of a beast.

 

The Google Nexus 6P is the best Google phone by far. It is a bit cheaper than other flagship models (around £450) so you are saving a lot compared to Samsung, Apple and HTC. The cameras are very good indeed and the phone is very quick. The battery is also very quick to charge. A very good phone indeed.

 

At the top of the pile (and only just do the massive price) is the S6. Samsung have simply made the best phone on the market today, albeit at over £600. Scanning of fingerprints is massively improved and the cameras are pretty sensational. With wireless charging an option as well, this really is a cracking smartphone.