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'Higher degree of sophistication thanks to the new leather back. '
'The LG G4 is the follow-up to 2014’s TrustedReviews Phone of the Year, the LG G3 and as such has a great deal to live up to.'
'From the pared-down user interface to the tight integration with Google to the strong camera performance, the G4 is a great phone... not to mention a very logical step forward from last year's G3. '
'The LG G4 isn’t just a decent update to an already very good phone, it is now vastly improved with vastly superior imaging capabilities, improved battery performance and a beautifully refined display, which illustrates profoundly just why QHD, power hog that it is, is very much here to stay in flagship Android handsets. '
'Blues look blue, reds look red, and greens appear green – so the result here is a display with very high color accuracy.'
'Otherwise, this is the best Android-powered phone on the market, just in a slightly different shape. '
'This is the best phone you can buy right now. '
'Buy it for its looks, not because it's any more functional.'
'First, the IPS LCD display conjures up a maximum brightness output of 574 nits, enabling its screen to shine brightly under direct sunlight. '
'Excellent camera, especially in low light.'
'Apple is looking to reach a previously untapped audience of smartphone users - those who demand a large screen, with 'productivity' the main buzzword being thrown around.'
'Fantastic 5.5-inch screen'
'Updated with Motorola’s newest Mobile Computing System, which is comprised out of a natural language processor, contextual computing chip, and a quad-core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC coupled with 2GB of RAM, we’re seriously impressed by the Moto X’s super snappy responsiveness. '
'Motorola's flagship phone is slightly bigger in every sense, enough to make it one of the best Android premium phones next to the more expensive Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8.'
'And, at $99 ($124 as tested), the new X is less expensive than all other flagship smartphones. '
'Deep & thought out ZenUI experience. '
'The ZenFone 2 has everything and the kitchen sink: 64GB of storage plus a memory card slot, two SIM slots, enough RAM to flip between several large games at once, and a surprisingly good camera. '
'The sample shots from our daylight testing sessions were laden with over-exposed areas around the edges and colour burning as well.'