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Top 10 Best Sprint Smartphone Phones 2014



After inception of the first iPhone in June, 2007, smartphones became the norm. Smart phones let you surf the web comfortably on a large screen while waiting at a bus station, they make email on the go almost as easy as on a computer, smartphones make your mobile life easier. But how to choose smartphone phones? Easy. Our top smartphones 2014 by Sprint list makes it much easier by spotting the best Sprint smartphones in other reviews and listing them here, in best rating order.

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#1.

Apple iPhone 6

Average Stars Awarded:

Analysis:

Despite Android´s obvious dominance in the high-end market, Apple might just turn the tides with the iPhone 6´s fresh feature set... (more)

Noteworthy:

  • Performance: The Apple iPhone 6 supports 64-bit processing with its A8 engine, joining a handful of Android flagships released during the IFA 2014
  • Design: it revamps the classic iPhone look with a seamless merging of its cover glass and aluminum casing along the edges
  • Special: it aims to replace physical payment mediums (cash or cards) with Apple Pay, an NFC-based digital payment system that allows you to use your iPhone as a mobile wallet




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#2.

Apple iPhone 6 Plus

Average Stars Awarded:

Analysis:

Apple finally escapes the 4-inch display territory with the iPhone 6 Plus´ 5.5-inch Retina HD display -- which we assume to be their response to more generous screens from Android-run flagships (HTC One M8, LG G3, etc.)... (more)

Worth mentioning:

  • Performance: The Apple iPhone 6 Plus runs on Apple´s 64-bit A8 processor, which they pitch to be roughly fifty times faster than the original iPhone hardware -- also likely leveling with Android-based 64-bit engines
  • Design: it sports a sapphire-made (scratch-resistant) cover glass that flows outwards to meet its anodized aluminum rear casing, replacing the more edgy design from previous iPhones
  • Special: it introduces Apple Pay, a mobile payment system that enables your iPhone to act as a mobile wallet -- presumably to facilitate quicker and more secure payments
  • Imaging: it comes with the Focus Pixels camera technology that presumably facilitates faster autofocus, a technology introduced and popularized by modern DSLR cameras


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#3.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Average Stars Awarded:

Analysis:

Noteworthy may be a slight understatement for the Galaxy Note 4, as it clearly levels with other premium-end Androids in terms of performance, display and features... (more)

Worth mentioning:

  • Performance: The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 runs on a premium-class 2.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, though a split octa-core engine is expected for the Korean version

#4.

LG G3

Average Stars Awarded:

Analysis:

A premium LG phone outside of the Optimus series? You bet! We were quite impressed by the promise of a premium experience from the G3, considering the plethora of mid-level releases from LG this year (2014)... (more)

What We Noted:

  • Imaging: it sports a 13-megapixel Optical Image Stabilization camera that might eliminate the blur and shaking typical of regular smartphone cams

#5.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport

Average Stars Awarded:

Analysis:

This S5 makeover somehow satisfies the high-end profile of the Galaxy S5 flagship, with a few sporty tweaks to it... (more)

Worth mentioning:

  • Imaging: it has a 4K camera at 16-megapixels, likely to be a close competitor to high- and premium-end cameras from other flagship models

#6.

HTC One E8

Average Stars Awarded:

Analysis:

Cheaper might not always mean worse... (more)

Noteworthy:

  • Performance: The HTC One E8 boasts the quad-core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor that is found on several other high-end models

#7.

HTC One M8

Average Stars Awarded:

Description:

Flagship HTC smartphone with a quad-core processor and a special camera that allows focus change after the shot.

Worth mentioning:

  • Performance: The HTC One M8 claims a surprisingly high 3G talk time of up to 1200 minutes (or 20 hours), which should be enough to listen to everything Aunt Julia has to say
  • Imaging: it makes pictures through a duo-camera system that allows for focus adjustment even after the picture is made

#8.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Average Stars Awarded:

Analysis:

It is hard to criticize a phablet-smartphone that beefs up its CPU, display and camera (13 megapixels) while at the same time losing weight -- the Galaxy Note II was 12 grams heavier... (more)

What We Noted:

  • Special: it embarks a bunch of interesting sensors (including a Barometer Temperature & Humidity sensor!)
  • Imaging: it features a 13-megapixel camera with 60 fps video recording

#9.

Samsung Galaxy S5

Average Stars Awarded:

Description:

Fifth generation Samsung flagship smartphone with a 16-megapixel camera, an special power-saving mode and a 2.5Ghz 4-core CPU.

Noteworthy:

#10.

Motorola Moto G

Average Stars Awarded:

Analysis:

By most accounts, it seems that the biggest drawback to owning Motorola´s Moto G would be wondering what the catch is... (more)

What We Noted:

  • Performance: The Motorola Moto G trumpets its quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 processor
  • Imaging: it boasts a 4.5-inch high-definition (1280 x 720, 329 ppi) screen
  • Thickness: 6.0-11.6 (curve) mm



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