If you got the money in your pocket… Here are some masterpieces for you to check out!
Many Smartphone makers have bought their flagships this year..
So lets start with the list right away!
It is not just about the specs (even though this is one wicked fast iPhone!), it’s also about the ecosystem and Apple has got it locked: it is the first and most prolific company to support effortless payments with your phone with Apple Pay, it is the first to have a truly cohesive ecosystem with accent on fitness and well-being with the Health app and Apple Watch, and it is still the platform developers choose to release apps and games first and often exclusively.
All of this together makes the iPhone 6s Plus one of the best large phones you can buy today.
The OnePlus 2 is a great phone, but it suffers from two things: the necessary limitations that needed to be placed upon it to meet its price point and the negativity that OnePlus’ incessant hype-beasting produces as a result.
If OnePlus hadn’t banged on so much about the OnePlus 2 being the 2016 flagship killer and “never settling”, then the minor issues and omissions of the OnePlus 2 would be perfectly acceptable.
At the moment, I’m most impressed with its sharp display and a fantastic camera.
The OnePlus 2 features a 5.5″ 1080p FHD display, 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM or 3GB depending on which storage option you choose, 13MP rear-facing camera (f/2.0), 5MP “distortion-free” front-facing camera, dual SIM slots, USB Type-C port, Bluetooth 4.1, fingerprint reader, dual-band WiFi, 3,300mAh non-removable battery, and OnePlus’ in-house OxygenOS ROM (Android 5.1).
Nexus 6P is just rock solid when it comes to the spec sheet: a properly calibrated 5.7″ Quad HD (1440 x 2560-pixel) Super AMOLED display, the most powerful chip on Android in the form of the Snapdragon 810, a new, super powerful 12.3-megapixel camera with large pixel and a promise for great shots in low light, a super svelte all-aluminum body and a very gentle hump on its back. Also, a larger than average battery and support for all the goodies: a native for Android fingerprint scanner, USB Type C, and dual front-firing speakers.
And the new Nexus 6P Gold edition makes it look much royal!
Flipkart: ₹ 39,999/- (32GB)
Amazon.com: $ 679/-
My final selection will be the Samsung Galaxy S6 : a 5.1-inch beauty, it is made of two pieces of Gorilla Glass 4 on the back and front, and a sturdy metal frame in the middle.
Gone are the times of disappointing, plastic top-level smartphones from Samsung. Some changes have been made: the Galaxy S6 does not support a microSD card slot, a replaceable battery, or water-protection, but as strong as feeling are about some of these changes, they are likely not going to be a deal-breaker for most.
In exchange for those compromises, you get a very slim and good looking phone, an extremely powerful Exynos 7420 system chip, an excellent 16-megapixel main camera, and probably the best AMOLED screen so far. I also love the wireless charging option available right out of the box on the Galaxy S6.