7 Best Smartphones Your Money Can Buy

Published on 09/25/2014
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Gone are the days where all you needed were minutes to stay hip and up to date with your friends. Now everyone has a smart phone and with it all of the fancy additives. From the internet to super HD cameras, smart phones have become a must own all in one device. With the popularity of technology at an all time high you have many options when looking for the best smartphone. Want to find out what are the best smartphones your money can buy? keep reading!

iPhone 6

Apple has taken to the mobile electronics market like a fish to water. Their iPhone 6 has just hit the streets and it will likely reinvent what users expect out of their devices. You have a gigantic beautiful screen, a seemingly infinitely supported app store, and new updated hardware. The front facing camera is premier quality and the video you can capture is gorgeous. Faster WiFi speeds, better storage capacities, and the new Apple mobile wallet are just a few great new features.

iPhone 6

iPhone 6

OnePlus One

You may not be familiar with the OnePlus One yet but trust me, soon enough you will be. This elegant and sleek phone embodies everything that we’ve come to expect out of top of the line smart phones. It outperforms phones like the Nexus 5 while providing the aesthetic beauty of the perfected iPhone. The OnePlus One isn’t prefect for everyone, in that it is missing a few features, but it still has just about everything the average phone user could want. It’s also very cheap compared to some other flagship phones.

OnePlus One

OnePlus One

HTC One (M7)

Android has established itself as THE premier competition to the Apple saturated marketplace. The HTC One is a gorgeous phone with a giant screen, sleek interface, and bounty of additional features. The HTC One has an UltraPixels camera and high end speakers. The device has avoided being made out of cheap plastic, opting for metal and glass. This is one of the best smartphones on the market for the money in your pocket.

HTC One M7

HTC One M7

Nexus 5

Can LG do wrong? Perhaps, but the issue won’t be with the Nexus 5. This is a slide out phone with a sharp display and an amazing battery. The camera has been frowned upon but with updates from the distributor it has become more than passable. The Nexus 5 houses a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 with a 1920 x 1080 display. The Nexus is a powerful little machine that has insane flexibility and out of the box uses. It’s one of the strongest phones you can buy at the price point that it is commonly listed.

Nexus 5

Nexus 5

Samsung Galaxy S5

The S5 has an incredible camera, a powerful processor, and swappable memory card slots. The high resolution display is gorgeous and the Goilla Glass is scratch resistant. This is an incredible Android option if you don’t want to deal with Apple products. Android’s UI offers premier flexibility that just cannot be rivaled by some of the more popular Apple products.

Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5

HTC One (M8)

HTC is back on the list with the amped up, sleeker version of their original HTC One. The M8 has a larger display when compared to the initial One which is worked to its maximum potential by the Snapdragon 801. The design is sleek, the machine is easy to handle, and the price is ultra affordable. You can’t really beat a sleek and powerful phone for this price.

HTC One M8

HTC One M8

LG G3

LG has come a long way since being left behind by companies like Samsung and Apple. Their LG G3 might be their strongest offering yet. With a quad HD screen, 2560×1440, and improved specifications you can enjoy all sorts of media with renewed vibrancy. The phone is a little large in smaller hands but it has a great battery life, great camera, and a solid feeling. This kind of tech is perfect for a new generation of phone user.

LG G3

LG G3

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