The 7 best phones to expect in the first half of 2015
posted by Daniel P. / Dec 04, 2014, 6:21 AM
phone makers, save for Apple, are traditionally introducing their flagships. From the CES expo in January, to the MWC one in the spring, and everything further, we are awaiting for Sony, Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Xiaomi and more to chip in, that's why we are rounding up five of the best smartphones that can be expected with reasonable certainty based on rumors and leaks in H1. Check them out below.Given this trend of increased competition, we can reasonably expect great handsets from the first half of next year as well, when the big
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It should be a great year to buy a smartphone.
posted on Dec 04, 2014, 6:22 AM 3
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They forgot about Motorola's project Ara. That is the one I am getting for sure when they release it.
posted on Dec 04, 2014, 7:06 AM 3
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When Google sold Motorola to Lenovo they kept Ara and the people working on it, so it actually has nothing to do with Motorola any more. I'm not sure if that's a good thing or not though, Motorola does have a rich history of mobile innovation and I think are perhaps more suited to mass producing such a device. Still, either way it'll be interesting to see what gets released next year and perhaps more importantly how the platform expands over the following year. A modular system is a great idea, but pointless if there isn't a wide enough selection of modules.
posted on Dec 04, 2014, 8:38 AM 3
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Thats what i've been waiting for.Personally I still use Nexus 4, because what was the point of getting a newer device with marginal upgrades, the real evolution will be 64-bit. I think google should do what apple has done, give a deadline of 6 months for every developer to make 64-bit compatible apps.
posted on Dec 04, 2014, 6:46 AM 1
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Why do you call it Nokia Lumia? Shouldn't it be Microsoft Lumia?
posted on Dec 04, 2014, 6:48 AM 1
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LG, LG.... What does anyone gain from a 4K UHD screen? Because that's where they seem to be heading. They jumped the gun this year with an underpowered 801 when they went QHD. Maybe the 810 can support it, but at what cost to speed and battery life?
posted on Dec 04, 2014, 9:44 AM 2
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HTC One M9 is weaker than this year's Droid Turbo, HTC should just quit. Even Xiaomi, LG, Huawei are challenging the Droid Turbo. I can't understand why HTC would be content with releasing a flagship all around weaker than phones available now. #TheNextBB
posted on Dec 04, 2014, 1:52 PM 2
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