What phones were popular in 2015?
You can’t go wrong with any of the phones on this list—they all come highly recommended from us.
- Nexus 6P. Last year’s entry in the Nexus line, the Nexus 6 by Motorola, was essentially a disaster.
- iPhone 6s / iPhone 6s Plus.
- OnePlus 2.
- Galaxy Note 5 / Edge+
- Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge.
- Moto X Pure Edition.
- Nexus 5X.
- LG G4.
What was the most bought phone in 2015?
Sony and Lumia are far behind, dropping out of the top 10
What galaxy was out in 2015?
Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge (2015) That’s what we said when Samsung’s beautiful, first fully metal phone emerged.
Which phone is best 2020?
The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G is not only a great all-rounder, it’s one of the best camera phones to come out in 2020. It narrowly beat out the iPhone 12 Pro Max, a second victory over the Apple phone….Best Camera phone of 2020 – Huawei Mate 40 Pro.
|Huawei Mate 40 Pro||Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G|
Which is the best cell phone in 2015?
The design isn’t my favorite—and the camera still struggles at points—but the Moto X Pure Edition is still one of the best smartphones of 2015. The ability to customize it through MotoMaker will always be one of the best features of Motorola phones and that’s no different here. —LL 5. Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge
Are there any new smartphones coming out in 2015?
Fortunately, there are a huge number of smartphones that came out in 2015 that match many of these qualities. Not only do we now have a huge variety of flagship smartphones to choose from that are excellent, a good amount of them sell for well under $500.
Which is the best Samsung phone to buy?
You might still wonder, though, what are the very best Samsung phones so far in 2015, and we’ve summed them up, dividing them by price and appeal. Take a look. The upcoming Galaxy S6 has leaked profoundly, and it’s clear that it is the star of the 2015 Samsung show.
Which is the best budget phone on the market?
The OnePlus Nord N10 5G tops our list of budget phones thanks to its strong performance and gorgeous 90Hz display. If you’re a serious creative who doesn’t want a huge phone, the iPhone 12 Pro packs superior imaging and video capability into a reasonably sized, beautifully designed body.