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The best phone android phone?

Started by: 1997m
On: 17/08/2014 | 14:44
Replies: 17
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by: samarthan
on: 17/08/2014 | 18:19

get out the cheque book n buy the samsung alpha. 

they have named it after the poping n locking robot from the mighty morhpin' power rangers, brilliant. 

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by: richybhoy36
on: 17/08/2014 | 18:28
Hi the HTC one looks like a good Android phone !
I prefer windows myself ! Have a good one 😊 Richy
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by: yahiroz
on: 17/08/2014 | 21:06 edited: 17/08/2014 | 21:07

It really depends on your personal requirements.

 

Best camera: Sony Xperia Z2

Best audio: HTC One M8

Highest pixel density screen: LG G3

Best fitness: Samsung Galaxy S5

Best price/performance: Google Nexus 5

Best compact: Sony Xperia Z1 Compact

Best phablet: Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Best budget: Motorola Moto G 4G

 

Personally as the best all rounder phone, I would pick either the LG G3, Xperia Z2 or the HTC One M8.

HTC One M7 - Sense 6.0, Android 4.4.3
Google Nexus 10 - Android 4.4.4
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by: tazzd
on: 18/08/2014 | 07:44
Can't believe people will state Samsung and Sony Ericsson's as best phones, I'd never buy a android phone that's packed with bloatware apps, the closer to stock android the better.

In fairness, my Moto G is much more responsive than my friends Samsung S4 mini yet costs half the price.

In my eyes the Nexus 6. When it is released will be the best phone, by far.
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by: cj_9
on: 18/08/2014 | 07:48
Sony has a bit of bloatware, but not a great deal any more, and the hardware that comes in the phone makes up for any, and for the average user bloatware isn't an issue as they just chuck it in a folder and forget about it.
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by: scoobydoo10uk2000
on: 18/08/2014 | 10:54
Presently have the galaxy s5. Luv it. Had the whole s series. But saying that. Samsung are taking ages to release android 4.4.4. Sony already have the update
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by: yahiroz
on: 18/08/2014 | 16:05

@tazzd wrote:
Can't believe people will state Samsung and Sony Ericsson's as best phones, I'd never buy a android phone that's packed with bloatware apps, the closer to stock android the better.

In fairness, my Moto G is much more responsive than my friends Samsung S4 mini yet costs half the price.

In my eyes the Nexus 6. When it is released will be the best phone, by far.

Yup, it terms of software the Nexus and Motorola phones are much more responsive as it's pretty much the original Google Android. HTC has done a pretty good job with HTC Sense 5 and beyond as well, it's very minimal and feels very smooth, a user interface I actually feel compliments their phones.

 

Sony did have a pretty bloated UI but more recent versions allows you to uninstall most of them, and other Sony apps are optional to install from their system update section, so it's been getting lighter and lighter.

HTC One M7 - Sense 6.0, Android 4.4.3
Google Nexus 10 - Android 4.4.4
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by: bluezee07
on: 18/08/2014 | 16:25

Hi there , my advise would be any top end samsung phone ,they are fantastic and very reliable ,they`re easier to fix and cheaper ,hope this link helps ,kind regards  ZEE 

 

http://www.uswitch.com/mobiles/manufacturers/samsung/

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