The 5 Hottest Phones for 2016

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​The 5 Hottest Phones for 2016

Whether for pleasure or for business, you need a good phone now given the fact that we living in ultra digital world. 2016 is looking a good year for the mobile phone industry, with lots of phones in the pipeline and others that came in out in 2015 but are set to resonate with users this year. Here are five of the top phones for 2016 and why you should be thinking about delving a little deeper into your pockets for them.

*iPhone 6s Plus*

This iPhone is bigger and bulkier than your standard iPhone, due to Apple’s latest stroke of innovation: 3D Touch. The phone responds to the level of contact you make when pressing on the phone so that it’s not necessary to press down hard on the screen. This gives you more control over the features of the phone. Additionally, the camera has been improved to 12 megapixels and the battery life is a little longer with Apple claiming up to 14 hours of life from a single charge during video playback or up to 80 hours from pure music playback. Overall, iPhone 6S Plus is a good upgrade from your standard iPhone.

iPhone 6s Plus

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*LG G4*

Sleek and leather bound, the LG G4 boasts a slightly different look to the usual range of identikit smart phones. The display is 2K and in gloriously crisp HD, and the manual controls are exceptional. You can charge this elegant phone wirelessly and the camera is amazingly high grade at 16 megapixels. But watch out for the LG G5 coming out soon with QHD display and metal body.

LG G4

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*Huawei Honor 7*

Here we have one of the quirkier phones for 2016 and it will definitely be a hit if you’re an Instagram user or a blogger. That’s because of modes like ‘Good Food’ and ‘Beauty Shot’ which filter appropriately so you can achieve the best shot of the subject and take nice selfies. Other handy features include the screenshot — all you have to do is tap the display twice with your knuckles to take one — and the screen resizing, which is a quick and simple question of swiping from left to right.

Honor 7

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*LG V10*

LG seems to just have a knack of consistently bringing out excellent phones. This one has two displays, one for notifications and one as the main screen, which makes it handy for gaming or watching movies uninterrupted on your phone. The phone is drop resistant as well so it can take a knock or two (but don’t go berserk!), and features a front-facing camera for selfies, while the rear facing camera is equipped with laser auto-focus, optical image stabilization, and an LED flash to provide extra sharp snaps.

 

LG Vio

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*Nexus 5X*

The Nexus 5X is something of a bargain offering from Google since it features the 12.3 MP camera which is the same camera that comes with the more expensive Nexus 6P. The camera takes exceptionally good pictures in low light and is considered one of the best in the market. The phone itself is also extremely light and won’t feel as if you’re carrying a brick in your pocket. It runs on the pleasantly named Android Marshmallow and is equipped with rapid fingerprint scanning.

Nexus 5x

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Of course, the mobile market is huge and the tech giants are battling vigorously for your business. One of the best ways to choose which phone is right for you is to look at the purchase experience of other cell phone buyers. Your chances of buying a cell phone that fits your needs are greatly increased when you use a good online . It will likely put you more at ease before you part with that hard-earned cash.


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Author: Firdaus

I work as an IT consultant in the Toronto area and I love to write blogs about a variety of subjects. My passion for writing stems from the desire that everyone should have access to meaningful information. Whether it is a blog about society, culture, technology, or social media, I don’t want to miss the opportunity of sharing my thoughts with my friends and audience. Since I believe in mutual exchange of ideas, I am always on the lookout for a feedback on my writings.

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