Senin, 01 September 2014




A combination of a completely chrome unibody and a big, bright screen make HTC’s flagship phone
the best-looking on the market. A pair of BoomSound speakers for crysta-clear audio, an FM radio,
infrared TV remote and quick media-casting options, make the HTC flagship a powerful, portable
entertainment system. The BlinkFeed UI is also one of the best stock Android alternatives.

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Piping Samsung, HTC and Sony to the post to launch the first next-gen device, the LG G3 has won us
over with its pin-sharp QHD screen, laser-focused 13-MP camera, and lightning-fast processor.
However, its plastic casing and benchmark scores aren’t enough to top the HTC One (M8).

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Samsung Galaxy S5

A relatively modest update on the Galaxy S4, the S5 is nonetheless an impressive handset. Its range
of fitness features and thumbprint scanner give it a unique selling point, while its specs, though high,
are no different from HTC or Sony’s flagships. A rubber back and metal edging add a premium finish.

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Sony Xperia Z2

At 146.8mm x 73.3mm, the Xperia Z2 is a gigantic slab of a phone, but when you consider all the
features it has – including a 5.2-inch screen, 20.7-MP camera, dual speakers and long-life battery
– you forgive its size. Lightning-fast processing is a major selling point, while waterproofing is a plus.

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Google Nexus 5

As a Google product, the Nexus 5 is a long-term investment as it is guaranteed to have first pick of
future updates to the Android OS. However, though it still performs well, in terms of specs – in
particular the processor, camera and battery life – it’s less competitive than it used to be.

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One PlusOne

This Chinese device offers flagship specs for a budget price. This includes a 2.5GHz quad-core
processor and 3GB RAM so that it can run multiple apps without lagging, a 13-MP camera, and a large
screen. The lack of an expandable memory and the CynogenMod 11S OS will put some off though.

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Motorola Moto X

A compact handset, the Moto X is a bit basic, but runs a near stock Android with lots of clever gesture
controls. With the Moto Maker now available in Germany, the prospect of this customisation program
rolling out across Europe has pushed the Motorola back up the charts.

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HTC One mini 2

A cut-price version of the M8, the HTC One mini 2 retains the gunmetal finish, BoomSound speakers
and BlinkFeed interface, but the camera features and motion sensors have been sacrificed. Still this
remains an attractive prospect, even if the price is higher than the average mid-range phone.

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While this is a last-generation phone, the LG G2 remains a low-cost alternative to the new breed of
flagships. The specs may be slipping behind, but when you’re using it in your hand you’ll still be struck
by how well it performs. The range of camera features are also a plus.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3

With a 5.7-inch screen, stylish stylus, and break-neck benchmarking, there is a lot to love about the
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (see our phablet round-up below), however with the Note 4 expected
imminently, you should be aware that you are now buying a last-generation device.

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