iPhone 5S

We can’t start any smartphone review without mentioning the latest addition to the iPhone series – the iPhone 5S. Like always, Apple has provided users with fantastic new features and amazing, never before seen process power. The new iPhone 5S is more than capable of running programs at least twice as fast as its predecessor. Although the average price of a unit is still above almost all other devices on the market today

The design is smooth and gentle to the touch and the corpus is made from durable, high quality materials. The second processor helps the phone with some side features, like measuring the speed at which the prone is moving. The slow motion camera allows taking full HD video recordings at 120 frames per second. Gimmicky or not, the iPhone still remains one of the best and most sought after smartphone, period! We are give

Samsung Galaxy S4

This device is by far the best Android device Samsung has ever released. Even though the phone is not as smooth and as slick as the iPhone brand, Samsung Galaxy S4 is still in a class of its own. This latest edition in the Galaxy Universe is what forced other smartphone manufacturers to improve on their own devices. If it wasn’t for Samsung, iPhone would still be using their old 2 MP cameras. And because the phone is relatively cheaper compared to some phones mentioned here, we give the Samsung Galaxy S4 a full 10/10 – perfect score for being the perfect ‘all purpose’ phone.

Nexus 5

In the beginning of November 2013, Google finally released the new Nexus 5 to the general public. This phone has everything you might want in a fifth generation smartphone but unlike other flagship devices, the Nexus 5 has a reduced, almost symbolic price. The more you look at the spec sheet and the more you actually get to feel the device in your hand, the more you realize that even though the phone lacks the ‘latest’ camera or it doesn’t have the fastest processor, it is still capable of everything you might want from a smartphone. Google had utilized the Android 4.4 ‘kit-cat’ OS to bring users the ultimate Android experience. It even pars, in terms of performance, with more expensive devices; such as- Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One, making this phone the “best value” cell phone for 2013.

Sony Xperia Z1


Then 2013 first came, everybody was wondering what is the future of smartphones devices, and will this year offer some groundbreaking innovations to the world of smartphones. Another theory was that this year is going to be just one of those ‘gimmicky‘ stories we have all come to know and love from the past. The Sony Xperia Z was among the first smartphones launched this year, but it still remains quite popular in the UK. Following the success of their first 2013 smartphone, Sony (after a few months of careful engineering and market research), were finally ready to launch their new flagship smartphone, the Sony Xperia Z1. Not only is the Sony Xperia Z1 cheaper than more recent Android phones, but it boasts almost identical specs with other phones on the market – 2GB RAM, a 2.2 quad core processor and a card card slot for up to 64 GB of storage space. The unique features are found in the phone’s rear camera; 20.7 megapixel camera with an back-side illuminated sensor and LED flash.