9 Best Smartphones To Buy

10. HTC Droid DNA


The Droid DNA is a very good, very big phone exclusive to Verizon. Its hardware is the definition of consistency, giving snappy load times and overall excellent performance.

The battery was merely ok, which is not surprising on a 4G LTE phone with a humongous screen, but better than other HTC devices like the One X+. Still, if you go easy on the media streaming, the DNA will get you through the day just fine.

A few flaws aside, the Droid DNA by HTC is one of the best deals. You can't get more performance for $199 than with the DNA - for now, at least.

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HTC Droid DNA LTE Android Smartphone Red - Verizon Wireless

9. LG Nexus 4



Google and LG have worked together to bring to market a fantastic offering. Essentially, this is a handset with world class specs - yet it's at a price you'd expect to get a budget phone for.

Sure, there are a few things that could have been done better, but the positives definitely outweigh the negatives. Had it not been crippled by silly things like a paltry memory allowance and not-quite-there camera, we'd have recommended it immediately and given it a five star rating. But make no mistake - this is the best Nexus handset so far by a long shot.

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LG Google Nexus 4 16GB E960 - Black - Good Condition Unlocked Phone

8. HTC One X


Oh, where do we begin? The super-thin chassis. The HD screen. The beautiful graphics. The next-generation Android platform, all rolled into one.

Essentially, this is EXACTLY the kind of phone we want to see at the top end of its range if it wants to stay relevant in the smartphone business. Fusing top level CPU power with a beautiful screen (and a whopping one at that) and really thinking about how it wants to strip back its skin on top of the latest version of Android without compromising its identity.

Despite the frustration with the battery and being frugal with the phone to get through the day, it's not an insurmountable problem and the HTC One X manages to be a great device.

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HTC One X Unlocked Gsm Phone, 16GB, Gray

6. Galaxy Note 2


Samsung has taken a product many people expected to sink, due to its sheer size, and made it work. The 6-inch Note 2 is faster, stronger, better looking, and more functional than its predecessor. Thanks to the increased screen size, it now takes the crown in our eyes as the perfect media player.

But keep in mind, it's also expensive, and the kind of handset that we think will struggle to find mass appeal. Yet it does almost everything it sets out to do perfectly, with grace, class and maximum functionality that if you're in the market for a larger smartphone or a small tablet, there really is no better device.

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Samsung Galaxy Note II, Titanium 16GB (AT&T)

5. Samsung Galaxy S4


The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a phone that we really, really like. It's slick, it's fast and it wipes the floor with the competition in so many ways. The 13MP camera is one of the best we've seen on a phone for getting that picture, with rich colors and texture.

But for a phone that's so quick to run through nearly every task we were a little upset to see how long it takes to load a gallery up. This problem is compounded with a microSD card, and the more stuff on there, the more the phone has to parse.

However, the Galaxy S4 is a great, great device re-inventing what it means to own a brilliant smartphone in a number of ways. The gestures are cool, with the touch-less experience amazing at times. In short, it's a wonderful phone you want to pull out of your pocket again and again and again.

Also, TouchWiz is getting a little complex now. The simplicity of HTC Sense shines through, and the HTC One is a superior device in many ways because the innovation is based on things users want. Where Samsung brought the ability to wave to move photos, the HTC One made the speaker better.

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Samsung SCH-i545 - Galaxy S4 16GB Android Smartphone - Verizon + GSM - Black (Certified Refurbished)

4. HTC One Mini


We're excited about the prospect of the HTC One Mini, as it's a handset with all the best bits of the HTC One without as much of the cost. That's got to be hitting a new segment of the market, right?

We love that the functionality of the One Mini isn't compromised from its larger relative, with the likes of UltraPixels and BoomSound all involved without being watered down. HTC has been very clever in the design of this phone by bringing nearly every great element of the One to the smaller version, and packaging it in a way that still makes it very attractive.

The issues with the battery and storage do rankle somewhat, and do detract from an otherwise flawless performance from one of HTC's best phones out there.

But they're more caveats on an otherwise top-end phone rather than reasons not to buy it, and placing it two price tiers below the HTC One is a great move indeed.

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HTC ONE Mini M4


3. Moto X


The Moto X is a whole lot of first. It's the first flagship device Motorola has produced since it was snapped up by Google. It's the first Jelly Bean Android flagship with LTE that's under five inches. It's the first mass produced phone that lets you customize its look to a ridiculous degree.

This is one of the best constructed phones around. It's dense and solid but not too heavy, a lot like aniPhone 5 or an HTC One. Unlike those metal bodied phones however, it's polycarbonate (read: plastic. Good feeling plastic) body stands up to scrapes and drops with getting mauled.

If only the camera were better and Motorola's apps were a little sharper, we'd give it a no holds barred recommendation. As it is now, the Moto X deserves to be in the conversation when discussing the best Android has to offer, and simply only that.

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Moto X Pure Edition Unlocked Smartphone, 16GB Black (U.S. Warranty - XT1575)

2. HTC One


As we said, this is the best HTC phone ever, without a doubt. But we'll go one better than that: it's the one of the best phones on the market.

We would caveat the recommendation by mentioning the One's poor battery life, as it will really depend on how you use the phone on whether you'll love it or hate it.

There's no doubt that Samsung makes better phones for the power user, at least in terms of battery consumption, but they're also made of plastic, where the One is probably the most premium-feeling out there.

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HTC One (M8)

1. Sony Xperia Z


The Sony Xperia Z has incredible specs - from that beautiful screen, to its breathtaking design and powerful innards, there is so much that Sony has got right here.

It has built on the strong heritage of the Walkman and given power users one of the things they often desperately crave - a good battery performance and top speeds.

The design is robust and fits very well in the hand - and despite the fact the 5-inch screen is whopping, the way its integrated into the chassis mitigates that issue well. And when you turn on the Full HD screen, well, the clarity is almost mind-melting.

There is so much to love about the Sony Xperia Z - and while there are some annoyances, they pale in comparison. Yes, we think it's a bit annoying that we encountered software bugs, but we suppose they can be fixed easily enough, and they weren't bad enough that we had crashes or lost data. With this in top spot, we can't wait to do a full on review of its successor the Sony Xperia Z1, to see what it can do.

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Sony Xperia Z C6603 WHITE Factory Unlocked LTE BANDS 1/3/5/7/8/20 International version Original Sony phone

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