So you’re searching for best smartphones, right? We’ve taken decision to update you the top 10 list of the best smartphones of the world right now! After seeing the list, it’s your turn to choose the best one among them! We’ve reviewed lots of smartphones, so it was really a difficult tusk to choose the top 10 best smartphones of the world right now! Let’s see below amazing top 10 smartphones which are ready to fascinate you!
On the road to choose best smartphones, obviously 3 types of operating systems powered smartphones were seen racing against each other! iOS powered iPhone has the great easy user interface and there are tons of best applications to install from App Store! Android big screened smartphones are highly customizable and there’s no lack of apps too! Windows powered smartphones are designed superbly, integrated well with Facebook, Xbox, Skype and Microsoft Office, and recognized as ‘photography friendly’ smartphones (Nokia Lumia Series)! Though it was a tough job to choose the best ten, but we’ve selected best overall smartphones. Now it’s upon you to choose the right one. We don’t know what your requirements are. So choose your best smartphone wisely. But don’t worry. We’ve supplied you the attractive and main features of each smartphone.

Final list of top 10 smartphones the year 2014

1. Best Overall Smartphone – Samsung Galaxy S5

Not surprised, na? Well. Samsung Galaxy S5 has been selected as the best overall smartphone of the world! There are many features in Samsung Galaxy S5 those force us to choose it as the #1 best smartphone on the planet right now! It is said that, Samsung Galaxy S5 is the ‘most feature packed smartphone‘ of the world! It has some exceptional and awesome built-in features including finger-print sensor and heart rate monitor that works with an improved S Health app! It’s not the main reason why we choose it as best smartphone of the world! It’s the faster camera with real time HDR, considerably longer battery life, a bigger and even more beautiful display. So we think, Samsung Galaxy S5 is the best smartphone to buy!

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2. Best Smartphone | Design and Sound – HTC One (M8)

Many reviewers consider HTC One (M8) as the #1 best smartphone of the world. But we think, it is suitable at #2 place. HTC One (M8) boasts a delicate metal design, interface with sleek sense UI, and manifested speakers! It’s 5″ and 1920 x 1080 pixel display that makes videos and pictures look stunning! This awesome smartphone has a luxurious beautiful home screen with BlinkFeed interface that turns your home-screen colorful while receiving news and social updates!


3. Best Smartphone | Extended Battery Life – LG G2

LG G2 is considered as one of the best smartphones of the world right now! It guarantees an awesome front. Its cunning slick lustrous black finish is accented by a pair of complementary sprinkles of silver – the speaker at the top along with the LG logo at the bottom. Simple, fresh, and very pleasurable on the eyeballs. While it hasn’t quite got an edge-to-edge display, there’s very little space either side of the 5.2in screen. LG G2 makes use of the ability of the Snapdragon 800 processor. But does it truly provide it from deep within the depths of the G2? The G2 runs Android 4.2.2 about as smooth as we’ve seen it, with hardly any stuttering or hesitation in sight. We’ve thrown handfuls of simultaneously running apps at it, enjoyed the latest, most demanding 3D games, viewed 1080p videos and surfed the web, and the G2 has lapped it all up!


4. Best Smartphone | Apps and User-Friendly – iPhone 5S

The Apple lover, don’t be worried We’ve placed iPhone 5S in the 4th place. Apple thing is just awesome in every moment! They made always best things on the planets. The iPhone 5S takes one of the best smartphones and gives it a serious dose of speed, thanks to Apple’s new A7 chip and 64-bit architecture. While the 5s keeps the iPhone’s small form factor and still-unparalleled app library, this phone has room to grow, making it the iPhone to buy if you’re buying an iPhone. We’re talking double the overall performance and graphics power. Plus, the 5S offers a much improved camera with bigger pixels and a dual flash. A new Touch ID feature lets you unlock your device and make purchases via a built-in fingerprint sensor.


5. Best Smartphone | Palatable Price – Google Nexus 5

Google has delivered an impressive smartphone with the Nexus 5 from LG, an unlocked powerhouse with a palatable price and solid performance, and the lastest Android updates largely fix the phone’s initial camera problems. The $349 Nexus 5 delivers cutting edge specs for a budget-friendly price for those looking to avoid contracts. The handset boasts a very fast Snapdragon 800 processor for running the latest Android 4.4 KitKat software. You also get a sharp 1080p display for enjoying the latest games and apps from the Google Play store. The Nexus 5 supports AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, so you can get 4G LTE speeds on any of those three carriers.


6. Best Smartphone | WaterProof Technology and Faster Speed – Sony Experia Z1s

Sony brings some welcome innovation to Android camera phones with the Xperia Z1s, a potent, waterproof model that nonetheless falls just short of greatness. There’s water resistant, and then there’s waterproof. The Sony Xperia Z1s can snap photos with its 20.7-megapixel camera while fully submerged. Exclusive to T-Mobile, the Z1s’ 5-inch 1920 x 1080-pixel display sits on top of a Snapdragon 800 CPU and 32GB of internal memory. We love the Xperia Camera apps. With the Timeshift Burst app, for instance, you can capture 61 images in 2 seconds and then scroll to the instant you want to keep. This is also the first Android phone with the PlayStation App pre-loaded for controlling your PS4.


7. Best Smartphone | Big Screen Phablet – Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The original phablet gets a third iteration – and Samsung reclaims the gigantophone crown. The King of the Phablets extends its reign with a 5.7-inch, 1080p display, a super-fast processor, and a ton of new software to take advantage of the S Pen active stylus. There’s a virtual scrapbook, Post-It note app, and even better multitasking support than before, plus a huge battery to let you take advantage of it all for as long as possible. The handset boasts a very fast Snapdragon 800 processor for running the latest Android 4.4 KitKat software. You also get a sharp 1080p display for enjoying the latest games and apps from the Google Play store. The Nexus 5 supports AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, so you can get 4G LTE speeds on any of those three carriers.


8. Best Smartphone | Best Innovating Concept – LG G Flex

The LG G Flex shows off the potential of curved display technology, but it’s the fast performance and top-notch multitasking prowess that make this loaded phablet more than just a tech demo. LG G Flex is known as the best innovating smartphone of the world! This curved display concept is taken positively by the critics.



9. Best Camera Phone – Nokia Lumia 1020

Shutterbugs will love the Lumia 1020 from Nokia, an AT&T exclusive that packs a 41-megapixel sensor along with six Carl Zeiss lenses. The result is one of the best camera phones ever, complete with the ability to zoom in (or out) on your photos after they’re taken. We also love the Pro Camera app, which lets you tweak exposure, focus and more via nifty slider controls. This is easily the best Windows Phone yet. It’s not the best camera ever or the best phone ever, but the Nokia Lumia 1020 is by far the best cameraphone ever.

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10. Best Budget Smartphone – Motorola Moto G

Motorola’s back, and it’s kicking off its global smartphone revival with the keenly priced Moto G handset. A mid-range handset with a low-end price tag – we’re talking around £100 in some stores. On paper the Moto G looks like an excellent handset for the price, and in practice it lives up to the billing. It exceeds its rivals in several key areas, from the well defined 4.5-inch display to its 1.2GHz quad-core processor and the early Android 4.4 KitKat update. There’s a lot to love about the Moto G for its price. And now the Moto G has been given a 4G variant, and it comes with a microSD slot now – all for the price of just £149. It might not have the power or precision of its smartphone compatriots, but it’s still a good phone indeed.


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