Here are the very best smartphones money can buy. We only include the best phones in this list, so you can be sure you’re always getting the very latest cutting edge tech. And we’ve listed in order of preference too, so there’s no confusion. The first is the best.
So whether you are after the best Android smartphone money can buy, an iPhone upgrade or a new Windows 10 mobile to pair with your laptop, we’ve seen and extensively tested them all so you don’t have to.
Take a look and we guarantee you will find the best smartphone for you, beginning with the very best phone currently available…
BlackBerry PRIV Smartphone is sleek in design and powerful in terms of performance. The BlackBerry mobile phone has a 5.4 inch capacitive touchscreen which comes with a 540 PPI pixel density along with a resolution value of 2560×1440 pixels. It has navigation for all-touch screen along with inbuilt gestures. It has stunning features which include auto-correction text, prediction of next-word and along with that dedicated keys for power OFF/ON, Volume, and Mute are also available. The device has a colour depth of 24-bit. The phone provides a talk time of 23.9 hours along with a 422.4 hour standby time thanks to the powerful Li-ion battery which is valued at 3410 mAh.
The Huawei Mate 9 is a powerful smartphone with good looks and features. It comes with a large display which safely puts it in a phablet category, Its display is Force Touch-enabled that offers similar functionality to Apples 3D Touch. It harbors a large number of other innovative and powerful features, which makes this new offering from Huawei a great option to go for.
The ZTE Nubia Z11 features a slim body and is an awesome handset. The cameras click splendid shots and the battery backup of the device is also good. The users need not to worry about regular charging as the phone supports quick charging. If hybrid SIM is not an issue, then this handset is worth checking out.
HTC 10. It’s more of what you’re looking for in a flagship phone. Unparalleled performance. Superb 24-bit Hi-Res sound. The world’s first*Optical Image Stabilisation in both front and back cameras. And one of the highest smartphone camera rankings ever from DxOMark. All in a beautifully crafted metal unibody.
LG V20 a successor to one of the brands flagship devices, the V10. Similar to its predecessor, the smartphone has a dual display and also come comes with a dual front camera setup. Featuring latest version of the Android operating system along with other latest and powerful specs, this device is one of the best you can opt for if budget is not an issue.
Moto Z is one of the world’s thinnest premium smartphone, Moto Z transforms with Moto Mods™. Turn your phone into a movie projector, stereo speaker, or battery powerhouse.
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.
Looking to upset dominance by the big brands is OnePlus, who took the mobile world by storm in 2014 with one goal, to be the flagship killer. It’s the fourth smartphone, the OnePlus 3T has finally achieved that goal. With a slightly more expensive price tag of £399, you’ll get all the mod-cons of much more expensive handsets, including an HD screen, fingerprint sensor, a decent camera and powerful specs. And, whereas previous OnePlus phones lacked finesse – the OnePlus 3T as a genuine premium feel and the software is rock solid.
The Apple iPhone 7 is nothing short of extraordinary. It comes with a mammoth battery backup, smart configuration, and an unrivaled camera. It is also water and splash resistant. So if you do not mind spending your bucks and want uncompromising performance, then go for this beauty.
The Google Pixel has a fantastic camera, especially in low light. It’s elegantly designed. Google Assistant takes one of the most natural, human approaches to answering your voice.
The Pixel and Pixel XL are nearly identical, but the latter has a bigger, sharper display and a bumped-up battery. Other than that, they’re pretty much the same. Both are polished and well crafted, and their sleek, one-piece aluminum design make them more elegant than previous Nexus devices.