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Apple iPhone 6
The biggest on our list, the hotly anticipated iPhone 6 has been subjected to extensive hype, over analysis and the occasional rumour. Casting all speculation aside, Apple has unveiled their latest iPhone in Cupertino California this month. The iPhone 6 is notably distinct from its predecessor swapping the familiar squared off edging with a continuous curved design. Users can expect upgrades to the camera and significant modifications and fixes to the new iOS 8.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Samsung’s new Galaxy leaves its predecessor looking like a mere prototype compared to this master version. It seems that not a lot escaped from being upgraded and improved. The Note 4 boasts an impressive 16MP camera and more immersive S Pen functionalities enabling creators and artists to express their inner vision fully. This handset provides the convenience of the digital while offering the nostalgic tactility of the pen and paper.
Nokia Lumia 730
This model has the trend conscious people excited. As this is the first ever Nokia handset with an emphasis on taking selfies. It is a camera with a smartphone attached. It has a generous 5MP front facing camera, which is a big draw card for all the social butterflies and selfie fans out there who enjoy video calling with friends and family. The full HD screen guarantees sharp viewing and the bright, colourful cases will appeal to those young at heart. This Windows phone boasts an impressive battery life
Sony Xperia Z3
Calling all gamers, butterfingers and people who expect more from their phone. Introducing the first and only smartphone that doubles up as a portable Playstation, simply connect your PS4 controller and play anywhere within your Wi-Fi. This sturdy phone is built to last. It utilizes dustproof technology and is waterproof up to 1.5 metres, so if you’re all thumbs this phone offers you peace of mind. Whilst some areas aren’t as powerful as Apple or Samsung, the release price is anticipated to reflect that.