'The Nexus 6P is one of the best Android phones you can buy right now, given its top-of-the-line specs for a more affordable price. '
'If you're just looking for an excellent Android phone, this could be the phone for you too... along with any number of strong alternatives. '
'The Nexus 6P is the closest thing there’s ever been to a perfect Android device. '
'Highly adaptable camera'
'This year’s iPhone 6s Plus is a terrific phone in virtually every respect. '
'From its sturdy and new 7000 Series aluminum, all the way to its incredibly svelte construction, it’s indicative of a meticulously made smartphone. '
'Much faster speeds on Sprint than previous iPhones. '
'The 6S Plus is a great looking phone and it feels great in the hand.'
'While I may not be entirely sold on the design changes, using the Z5 Compact has been great. '
'The processor inside is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 which is a nice upgrade from the Z3 Compact which has a Snapdragon 801.'
'Elegant, waterproof design.'
'The LG V10 is a high-end smartphone, but the chipset powering it is not the strongest one around. '
'massive, high-res screen'
'The sturdily designed LG V10 gives users more camera control with manual modes for both photos and video, a fingerprint sensor, two front-facing cameras for wider selfie shots, expandable memory and a removable battery.'
'Solid, rigid construction. '
'Apps have a notorious way of constantly refreshing. '
'Microsoft Maps is 'Apple Maps bad'. '
'Microsoft's own apps work great but the fact is developers are still prioritising iOS and Android above Windows.'
'Windows 10 littered with inconsistencies.'
'The M9 is an exceptional phone, but it's just not the best option out there. '
'However, this is still one of the best phones you can get and it just goes to show how far HTC has come in the last few years that we hold its products to such lofty standards. '
'All in all the HTC One M9 is a very desirable smartphone when held in the hand – easily one of the most desirable. '
'the M9 looks JUST like the M8, which is odd because anybody that’s being paying attention to HTC’s fortunes over the past couple of years knows it needs something BIG like the M7, not more incrementalism. .'