Best smartphones of 2016: The best mobile phones to buy right now

Best smartphones of 2016: The best mobile phones to buy right now

This is our selection of 2016’s best smartphones – get the low-down with our in-depth reviews, buyer’s guide and quick-fire summaries

There’s an enormous breadth of choice in today’s smartphone market – and it’s growing all the time. That’s why we’ve put together this comprehensive guide to the best mobile phones of 2016. From mid-range stunners to the finest flagship smartphones, you’re bound to find something here that will hit the spot.

If you just want to start shopping right now, then click the menu above to read the reviews of our favourite phones. You’ll find quick summaries of our in-depth reviews, as well as all the key specifications you need to help you make a buying decision.

If you’re not sure what kind of smartphone is right for you, then have a read of our Buyer’s Guide. This will help you decide between Android, iOS and Windows Phone, and run you through all the key specifications you need to know about and look out for when buying a new phone. If you can’t be bothered to click the menu above, you can click here instead.

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1. Google Nexus 6P

Price when reviewed: £449 inc VAT, 16GB, SIM free; from free on a £27.50/mth, 24mth contract

Screen Camera Processor Storage Battery
1,440 x 2,560
Snapdragon 810
No microSD

Everyone had high hopes for the new Nexus phones, and it’s fair to say that Huawei delivered on its side of the bargain. Tasked with creating Google’s new big-screened phone, it served up the Nexus 6P – a stylish, speedy phone with a long list of talents.

Where to start? There’s a pair of superb cameras, great software, impressive battery life and a big, sharp, colourful 5.7in display which is protected by a burly layer of Gorilla Glass 4. You can choose between 32, 64 or 128GB models, and the only thing that’ll bother some people is the decision to not include a microSD slot – well, that and the decision to opt for a USB-C charging port. Leave your charging cable at home, and you may end up cursing Huawei’s insistence on using the latest USB connector.

Suffice to say, the Google Nexus 6P is our favourite smartphone. It was the first phone to knock the Samsung Galaxy S6 off its perch after more than six months at the top. Why is it so awesome? Simple – because this 5.7in handset gets pretty much everything right, and wraps it up in a picture perfect package that doesn’t cost a huge amount of money. It’s a recipe its rivals are going to find it very hard to beat.

Source by alphr…



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