The top 17 smartphones out now

By on
The top 17 smartphones out now
Page 1 of 3  |  Single page

17. Motorola Moto E

Price when reviewed: $160

Makes plenty of compromises to keep costs down, but performs where it counts; the Moto E is another winner from Motorola at a highly tempting price. This is the best sub-$200 handset by a country mile.

16. Sony Xperia Z3

Price when reviewed: $849

Sony Xperia Z3 - front

The successor to the Z3 isn't that much different. It's a touch slimmer and lighter than the Z2, the screen is brighter, and the processor is clocked a fraction higher, but almost everything else is the same. It's a very good Android smartphone, but if you can still find a Z2 for sale it'll be much cheaper and almost as good.

15. Sony Xperia Z2

Price when reviewed: $759

best phones Xperia Z2

Sony proves that big really is beautiful - the Xperia Z2 provides a long-lasting alternative to the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8.

14. Nokia Lumia 930

Price when reviewed: $629

best phone Nokia Lumia 930

The Lumia 930 is a knock-out from the first moment you pick it up. It's a Windows Phone device, so it can't compete on apps, but the design of Nokia's flagship is sumptuous and right up there with the best around.

13. Motorola Moto x

Price when reviewed: $700

Best Phones Moto x

Motorola’s second generation Moto X hits most of the right notes, coupling beautiful design with a hatful of innovative - and useful - features.

12. Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Price when reviewed: $599 (reduced)

Best phone Samsung Galaxy Alpha

The Galaxy Alpha is Samsung's best looking smartphone to date, but it's short on features and the price is too high.

11. iPhone 6 Plus

Price when reviewed: $999

Apple iPhone 6 Plus review

 Apple’s 5.5in giant isn’t for everyone, but for some it may prove the perfect mid-point between an iPad and iPhone.

Next: the top 10

Next Page
1 2 3 Single page
Got a news tip for our journalists? Share it with us anonymously here.
Copyright © Alphr, Dennis Publishing
Tags:

Most Read Articles

You must be a registered member of CRN to post a comment.
| Register

Poll

What's your top marketing tactic for 2020?
Long lunches with customers and prospects
Content marketing to drive website visits
Social media
More use of CRM
Word of mouth
Online ads
View poll archive

Log In

Username / Email:
Password:
  |  Forgot your password?