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5 Best Phones in the U.S.

Smartphones have become an increasingly important segment of consumer technology. Today, over half of American adults carry smartphones. This puts a lot of pressure on companies to develop better technology that encourages people to keep buying new devices. If you’re ready for one of the best options, check out these top phones in the U.S.

HTC One M8

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The HTC One was a great smartphone that made the most of available technology. Now that smartphone technology has improved, the company has redesigned its flagship phone as the [do l=”” ]all-new HTC One M8[/do]. HTC seems to have learned a lot from the successes and failures of the original HTC One.

The One M8 comes with a Snapdragon 801 processor that helps it retain battery power and take faster pictures. It also has a Duo Camera and Boomsound upgrade that helps it take unparalleled video.

Perhaps best of all, the HTC One M8 has an ergonomic design that feels good in the hands of most users. The 5.75-inch phone isn’t so large that it feels unwieldy. It rides a fine line that makes it easy for users to access the content that they need quickly without getting fatigued.

If you’re looking for a new phone, put the HTC One M8 near the top of your list.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 offers features that will attract people who love phablets. The device has a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED with Quad HD resolution. This makes the screen bright and clear enough for watching feature-length movies.

The Galaxy Note 4 needs a strong processor to make the most of its screen. Samsung includes a Snapdragon 801, one of the most powerful processors on the market. The phablet also has 3GB of RAM and supports microSD cards, so owners have plenty of memory for apps, music, pictures, and video.

The Note 4 is one of the few smartphones that uses a pen. Those who prefer writing by hand instead of typing on a touchscreen will like this feature.

Moto X

The Moto X is one of the most sophisticated smartphones available. Motorola made the device to meet the needs of people who care about aesthetics as much as functionality. Customers can even choose among leather, wood, and plastic backs. The aluminum metal frame adds to the device’s attractive looks.

As one should expect from a top smartphone, the Moto X includes powerful hardware, including a Snapdragon 801, 2GB of RAM, and an Adreno 330 graphics processor.

Despite all of these advantages, the Moto X has a lower price than many of its competitors.

Google Nexus 6

Google designed the Nexus 6 to outcompete large smartphones with good processors. It’s the best Nexus to date, and it could signal a bright future for Google devices.

The Nexus 6 has a huge screen that makes it easy for people to use without straining their eyes. Measuring six inches long, some people will find it too big. Those who don’t mind carrying their smartphones in shoulder bags or backpacks, however, will probably want to try the Nexus 6.

Google gives its latest Nexus a Snapdragon 805 processor. It’s the latest processor, and it offers some of the fastest speeds on the market.


LG had a huge hit with its G2 smartphone. It was so good that some experts wondered whether consumers would bother upgrading to a newer version. LG must have anticipated those criticisms because the G3 exceeds even the best features of its younger sibling.

The LG G3 has a comfortable 5.5-inch, QHD screen that offers deep colors in the daylight and dark. LG has also added laser auto-focus to the G3’s camera. A simplified user interface makes it easier for anyone to pick up the phone and get started.

The G3 is a robust, intuitive smartphone that will meet the needs of most users. LG obviously wants to stay at the forefront of the smartphone industry. The G3 helps make it one of the most affordable options for consumers who want high-tech smartphones.

What’s your favorite smartphone available in the United States? Are there certain features that mean more to you than others?


By Freakify Editorial

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