How to Find the Best Android Phone of 2015?

Let’s be realistic! There is no single phone that can appeal simultaneously to every single user in this world. The fact is that there are about a dozen Android phones in the market at any given point of time which is worth every penny spent on it. Yet, it is always a daunting task to choose an undisputable winner because of the varying tastes of people. All choices you make are subjective. What is best for you may not be the same for the next person. Similarly, when it comes to finding the best Android phone of 2015, the choice may vary with people. So what we are going to do is list a few of our best picks along with their pros and cons so that you can make an informed choice. How does that sound? Good, let’s begin!

Best Android Phone

Samsung Galaxy S4

Big phones are a turn-on for some people and huge letdown for few others. But going by the surge in sales, we have to say the world has a majority of the former category.

Let’s look at some key features

  • High resolution QHD display
  • 7 inch display
  • Android 4.4.4 KitKat with an option to upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop
  • 3220 mAH swappable battery
  • Excellent 16 MP camera with optical image stabilization (OIS)

There are a few downsides too

  • Size too big for the likes of some people
  • High price

LG G3

A perfect mixture of impeccable display, beefy performance, loaded with features and a healthy battery

QHD resolution

  • 1440×2560 display with a display size of 5.5 inches
  • User-friendly buttons
  • Android 5.0 Lollipop
  • 13MP camera
  • 3,000 mAh removable battery

Now the cons:

  • Case has an inferior touch quality
  • Again, size too big for some
  • Buttons could have been better placed

Moto X

Keeping up the good performance from the previous year, this phone will definitely be one of the top contenders for the best spot. Packed with a lot of customizable options, Motorola is all set to make the phone a signature model for its users

Let’s look at some of its features

  • 2 inches at 1080p
  • 13 MP camera which supports video recording in 4K resolution
  • Android 5.0 Lollipop
  • Highly customizable options

Now, few of the downsides

  • Storage limitation
  • Battery could have been better
  • Camera performance needs fine-tuning

Samsung Galaxy S5

Easily, one of the best picks for the million strong Samsung user base across the globe.

  • 1-inch Super AMOLED display (at 1080p resolution)
  • 16 MP camera
  • quad-core processor at 2.5GHz, 2GB of RAM
  • 2,800 mAh removable battery
  • Water proof and dust proof
  • Finger print scanner and heart rate monitor

A few areas where it could be better

  • Software customizations can be a bit confusing
  • Not much difference from the previous model
  • High price
  • Camera performance inferior in low light

There are quite a few others too that could have easily made the list, but I hope our readers get a general drift now. Choose the one that appeal to you!

Francesca Payne

Francesca Payne

I love to blog about interesting facts of the technology. I like to write in a unique way which help user to understand better.

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