After the introduction of the first iPhone in June, 2007, smartphones became all the rage. 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 2016 by Straight Talk list facilitates your choice by spotting the best Straight Talk smartphones in multiple reviews and listing them here, in best rating order.
Following Apple's S-version tradition, the iPhone 6S rocks a few tweaks over the base model, but no major overhauls... (more)Worth mentioning:
Though it calls itself a rebel, the LG Rebel LTE, according to its specs, closely obeys entry-level norms... (more)What We Noted:
Question #1: Should it be a smartphone or not?
Boasting pros like a 3D Touch technology (pressure-sensing screen) (+), a 12-megapixel 4K-video camera with True Tone flash (+), and a 64-bit A9 CPU with an M9 coprocessor on its chip (+), the iPhone 6S Plus is the most capable iPhone as of its release... (more)Worth mentioning:
The ZTE Max Duo takes its name from the (+chic dual-lens (13- and 2-megapixel cams) setup+) (+) gracing its rear side, which only a handful of other Androids offered as of its release... (more)What We Noted:
Like most other entry-level prepaid Androids, the LG Premier LTE is more of a trivial model than a premier device, with a (-dated 1GB RAM-) (-) as well as a low-class 1.2GHz quad-core CPU among its cons... (more)What We Noted:
Not having the dual-edged screen (+) might be a minor con against its Edge sibling, but the Samsung Galaxy S6 still comes with a premium-class array of pros and cons... (more)Worth mentioning:
Despite Android's obvious dominance in the high-end market, Apple might still turn the tides when it releases new iPhone versions, so let's look at the pros and cons of the iPhone 6... (more)What We Noted:
Fitted with a (-teeny 4-inch WVGA (800 x 480) TN display-) (-), the Alcatel Pixi 4 4 most probably won't turn heads from its entry-level shelf spot, though it does accompany its cons with a couple of appreciable pros... (more)Noteworthy:
This sequel to the LG G Stylo, though bringing back the 720p-only (-) 5.7-inch screen (a Full HD definition sounds more-appropriate for its size) and running on a basic-level 1.2GHz quad-core CPU (-), comes with several pros over its predecessor... (more)Worth mentioning:
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