Android smartphones are favored over Apple's iPhones because of their flexibility and customizability for the users. In itself, the operating system is packed with features but what most users do not know is that there are still tricks that they can do in order for the phone to become more efficient and more useful in several circumstances.
Android devices are known for slowing down after a year or two. Some users say it's inevitable, while some believe that it is just a myth. Still, there is growing evidence that more smartphones become slower as time passes by and there are several factors as to why it happens.
One of the first Android smartphones to run the new Marshmallow version, the Nexus 5X was manufactured by LG. It sits on the far edge of mid-end smartphones and almost at the high-end range. Google launched the Nexus 6P along with the Nexus 5X. The phone was manufactured with Huawei and is better than the latter in terms of specs.
HTC will most likely follow up the One M9 with the M10 flagship in 2016. Fans expect that the M10 will be a large improvement over the somehow disappointing predecessor. 5.0-inch 1080p / 2K Screen - the previous One M series phones had 1080p screens. It may be time for an upgrade on the screen resolution.
The Zenfone 2 series was an unexpected champion for mid to high-end smartphones. ASUS launched several models in the series and they have already confirmed that a Zenfone 3 will be launched in 2016.
LG's flagship for 2015 stands out with its genuine leather back case and high-end specs. Even with an IPS-powered screen, the display seems on par with its competitors with OLED panels. Following the footsteps of the LG G4 and the mid-range LG Nexus 5X, the LG G5 is the expected flagship follow up.
The South Korean tech giant's flagship phone for 2015 is the Galaxy S6. For those with deep pockets, the S6 may be one of the best Android smartphones in the market. Samsung is reportedly gearing up for an early 2016 release for the much anticipated Galaxy S7.
Apple iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S7, LG G5, HTC One M10, ASUS Zenfone 3. Smartphones To Look Forward To in 2016, High-End Goodness
Apple's next flagship smartphone will most likely be the iPhone 7 as the iPhone 6S has already been released. It could also feature the 3D Touch tech by default. Following the footsteps of the LG G4 and the mid-range LG Nexus 5X, the G5 is the expected flagship follow up. Samsung is reportedly gearing up for an early 2016 release for the much anticipated Galaxy S7.
Samsung Galaxy S6, Apple iPhone 6S, LG G4, Google Nexus 5X And Nexus 6P. Best Smartphones Launched In 2015, Upgrading Made Easier
Upgrading a smartphone is no easy task. Buyers should be aware of the specs and comparisons among all the available brands and models within the budget. Here are the best smartphones of 2015 in no particular order. This will help ensure that your new smartphone will not be out of style or outdated even as the New Year starts.
There has been another leak for the Samsung Galaxy S7 as a case for the rumored phone has surfaced from manufacturer DHGate. Samsung has been quiet regarding the much anticipated flagship phone, but the leaks keep on coming. The manufacturer has a product listing for a Robot Hybrid 2 in 1 Case for Samsung Galaxy S7.