The top 5 android smartphone of January, 2015 is here. The LG G Flex 2 was just presented during CES 2015, as we’re also just a couple of months away from Mobile World Congress, where it’s almost sure that the following smartphones will be substituted by the next lot of flagships.
Now what we think and discuss about in this article is, the current top crop of Android smartphones. The listed phones are actually far more better Android smartphones available right now.
There are lots of Android smartphones that match different needs and lifestyles, and these are simply the lists of Android phones that we think are among the best out there.
Galaxy Note 4:
Galaxy Note 4 is an awesome smartphones — Samsung really fixed it out, and now on this day I’m really still impressed with the more sophisticated design of Galaxy Note 4. Its Quad HD display is fabulous; the software still goes on smooth after months of usage, and the camera, no doubt for it it’s really rocks. The fingerprint reader still leaves a bit to be desired, but the Galaxy Note 4 is possibly the safest gamble for most Android smartphone buyers due to its larger screen and more affordable pricetag.
Google Nexus 6:
No any words for criticized of Nexus 6. What’s not to love about the Nexus 6? You will definitely find a massive Quad HD display, wireless charging, water and dust resistance, stereo front-facing speakers, Android 5.0 Lollipop, and many more on it. In other hands, Google keeps up to date with the latest Android release on Nexus 6. The only one problem stay behind with the Nexus 6 is that it’s still extremely hard to find in stock. If you can handle the size and can find one of it, by all means, just go on.
One Plus One:
I’m always interested to learn which processor is powering a new smartphone, but the truth is that it rarely matters. The OnePlus One has got one of the fastest processors in the business backed by a hugely generous allotment of RAM, which means that it’s a seriously impressive performer. In the OnePlus One’s case, It’s a 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801. But the fact is that the OnePlus One runs on CyanogenMod.
Based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat, CyanogenMod 11 is a popular open source custom firmware project that modifies and opens source Google’s Android operating system. Then there’s the 5.5-inch 1080p display, which shows everything off as clearly as you could hope for and all for a frankly unbelievable £269, $349 (about AU$400).
Moto X 2014:
Moto X continues to be one of the most stylish Android phones in 2015 and looks even better with Android Lollipop. You’ll find lots of customization options, including leather and wood back panel choices, an upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box, amazing add-on software features like Motorola Active Display and more. If the Nexus 6 is too big for your liking, look no further than the Moto X (2014). Moto X 2014’s specs, like its larger display size, complement the fact that it’s no longer the runt of the Android litter. Its Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor is identical to the 2.5GHz quad-core chip that’s found at the heart of the LTE-equipped Galaxy S5.
Motorola droid turbo:
Once upon a time, not all that long ago, Motorola released an excellent flagship phone called the Moto X. Sure, it didn’t have the best battery ever and the camera was pretty lousy, none of that really matters when your smartphone’s battery is dead. With the Motorola Droid Turbo you success all-around, It guarantees up to 48 hours of battery life and also offered 5.2-inch Super AMOLED display, Motorola’s awesome custom software , a 21MP camera and a body is not much fat. If you want a DROID Turbo smartphone which keeps on going, and going, then head on over to Verizon and check out the DROID Turbo.
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