Most underrated phones of 2015

What a year it’s been! We’re just about wrapping up 2015, and looking back, there was no shortage of top-tiered phones that crowded the upper echelon of the spectrum. From the obvious ground shakers in the space, like the latest iPhones and Galaxy smartphones, to the ones that didn’t generate as much buzz, we can certainly agree that they’ve all attempted to spark interest from consumers to some degree...
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46 Comments

34. DannyJr

Posts: 38; Member since: May 08, 2014

How can the Zenphone 2 be considered underrated? It had loads of hype from the major smartphone blogs, was highly anticipated, and when it was released, I couldn't get the high end model because it sold out quickly. It is indeed highly rated and much desired.

37. shahrooz

Posts: 792; Member since: Sep 17, 2013

and all of your recent reviews.

40. iWin_Droid

Posts: 76; Member since: Jan 22, 2015

Alcatel Idol 3 and Moto X Play.

41. 48Chevy

Posts: 71; Member since: Jul 23, 2014

Nice to see the Microsoft Lumia 640 make the list, and, deservedly so. I purchased a Lumia 635 in January in order to become familiar with Windows Mobile and in anticipation of purchasing the upcoming Microsoft flagship. As the release date of the 950 was pushed back and the 640 became available in June, I bought a 640. Very impressed with the device as a whole (except for the bizarre occasions when the Edge browser refers to the Google Play Store for new apps!). I tried the 950. I couldn't make a case, at it's exorbitant price, to upgrade, so I bought a second 640 ($US 25!!!) that I really like.

47. NFSHesham

Posts: 297; Member since: Feb 04, 2014

You're lucky Here in Egypt the 640 was never release Only the 640 XL which has been released for the equivalent of 215$ but I think that is a lot to pay for a Snapdragon 400 Sure it is very smooth, but I feel it isn't powerful enough to last a couple of years

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