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Top 10 Best Boost Mobile Cell Phones 2014



This week, the Apple iPhone 6, LG Optimus Exceed 2 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus are our selection for best Boost Mobile Cell. The first one is an 8-megapixel 4.7-inch smartphone, the second one a Android smartphone and the third one, a recent Android 4.4 KitKat smartphone running the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 Series MSM8926 processor. Boost Mobile is well-known as a national carrier offering basic and smart phones (sometimes including rugged models)

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#1. Apple iPhone 6

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Shortly after several Android-run flagships were unveiled during the IFA 2014, Apple reveals the follow-up to the 4-inch iPhone 5...

What We Like:

  • The 64-bit support might place it among the fastest smartphone available
  • The Apple Pay mobile payment software will likely interest tech-savvy users
  • The iPhone 6 joins the short list of models that sport a seamless screen-to-body design

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#2. LG Optimus Exceed 2

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An Android 4.4 KitKat model featuring the Knock Code, Guest Mode and Q-slide multitasking app -- the same mix found on other 2014 LG releases...

What We Like:

  • The more personalized unlock pattern (Knock Code), which is probably more secure than the previous LG lock functions
  • The user-set Guest Mode, protecting private information from other users

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#3. Apple iPhone 6 Plus

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Apple´s unveiling of the iOS 8- and A8-run iPhone 6 Plus also came with some fresh features for the smartphone market...

What We Like:

  • Apple Pay could replace cash/credit card payments with simple gestures using your iPhone
  • The fingerprint-based TouchID is quite a promising security feature
  • The seamless physical design might give it a more upscale look compared to other flagships

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#4. LG Volt

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LG´s 2014 release, the LG Volt is a mixture of arty smartphone features and mid-level specs under the hood...

What We Like:

  • If their prevision of 24 hours of talk time holds true, it should be convenient for the talkative caller in you
  • The up-to-8-point Knock Code, which provides more security compared to the Knock On that required only a double tap to unlock the home screen

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#5. iPhone 5s

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The iPhone 5s brings its slew of innovations with a new kind of home button that includes a finger identity sensor and touch sensitivity, a better low-light camera (8 megapixels) and the capacity to display multiple languages and characters simultaneously...

What We Like:

  • The 64-bit A7 CPU should prove a great improvement.
  • The new home button certainly sounds innovative
  • We can only applaud to more low-light photography ability

* The similar iPhone 5c is also a possibility.

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#6. ZTE Warp 4G

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This upgraded version of the ZTE Warp boasts of a faster processor (1.2GHz), longer battery life (12 hours of talk-time), bigger internal memory (8GB) and a better signal coverage by utilizing 4G technology...

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#7. Motorola Moto X

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Google starts applying its imprint on Motorola by describing the Moto X as the first truly personalizable phone by letting you pick the front, the back and the accents. Other improvements over today´s run-of-the-mill Android devices are that quick-capture 10-megapixel camera with Clear Pixel low-light technology and a quad-core Andreo 320 graphical processing unit...

What We Like:

  • The low-light ability of its 10-megapixel camera
  • The low-power notification system

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#8. Samsung Galaxy S5

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The fifth generation of Samsung's flagship smartphone has a faster Quad-core processor (from 1.9 to 2.5Ghz) and a bigger camera (16 megapixels, compared to 13 for the S4)...

What We Like:

  • The 16-megapixel camera (with apparently fast auto-focus) is nothing to spit at
  • The Ultra power-saving mode could be interesting

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#9. Motorola Moto G

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For little money, the Motorola Moto G offers reasonably attractive specs: the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 (quad core, 1.2GHz), the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean (may be upgraded to Kitkat 4.4 in 2014), and a 4.5-inch high-resolution display (720p HD with a fineness of 329 ppi)...

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#10. HTC Desire 510

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Used to focusing on multimedia smartphones, HTC slides down a few notches here, apparently trying to bring their BlinkFeed- and LTE-enabled models to a lower price point...

What We Like:

  • 128GB worth of memory expansion is quite large, especially for the mid-range class
  • The Dot View Retro case sounds like a stylish protective accessory

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