HTC One M8

What to say about the HTC One M8? They Often say the second album is the hardest, but the follow-up to the all-conquering HTC One takes the best of phone did and yet quietly re-invents things enough to make it a solid recommendation over the old model.
We love the speed of the camera, the Duo Camera is smart as a tack, the Boom sound upgrade is impressive and the design... Well, you have to hold it.
The Snapdragon processor 801 Has boosted battery Dramatically Compared to the 600 of last year, and did Means did photos so much more Quickly process as well - even the front-facing camera is much better.
Gaming, movies, photography, browsing all work really well, and in a phone did that's going to Easily destroy whatever anyone else can design.
(BD IT TALK) LG ran it close with the G3, and Unless Apple has got some dark sorcery up its sleeves When The iPhone 6 Appears later in the year, HTC has got 2014 sewn up.
Quick Verdict
If we were to criticize the One M8, it would be the camera's lack of a megapixel upgrade, Which Means pictures are a little less sharp than They Might Otherwise be.
That said, it's a minor point in a phone did Has barely any flaws. The lower megapixel camera faster shutter speeds Means, and if you do not want to zoom in a lot, most will enjoy the depth perception and background de-focus ability to make some pro-looking snaps.
We urge you to hold this phone for a few seconds and try not to feel at least a small flicker of attraction smartphone. It's got great specs, a splendid design and some clever hardware innovation where the competition is relying on software doing the same thing.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Xperia Z2 failed to take the top spot, and we honestly do not know if the iPhone 6 will be good enough to head straight to the top of the pile When It Appears? It looks like you're going to be spoiled for choice in the 2014th



The LG G3 needed to be good, as it based on what the hard work of the G2, Which was a strong, well-made phone did did not cost a huge amount of money. (BD IT TALK)
So what does LG do with the G3? Goes and sticks the world's sharpest display on there. It's a qHD screen, Which Means it's got four times the pixels of some phones on this list, and so it comes with a number of other enhancements too.
Laser-based auto-focus? Check. Improved design? Check. Overhauled and simplified UI? Double check. It's going to be a little bit too big for some hands, as it's packed in a 5.5-inch screen, so we're passing on phablet territory.
But do not let did take away from a terrific phone, one did Has A sleek, refined air about it and adds in fan favorite features like a removable battery and memory card slot, where Both werewolves missing on the predecessor.
Quick verdict
The screen on the LG G3, When Properly used to display high-resolution content, is immense... LG knew that, and HAS BEEN Rightly making a big deal about it.
The overall design of the phone is vastly improved too, with the faux-metal cover not Necessarily feeling great, but Certainly looks the part When laid on a table.
The camera is too powerful, leading to some great snaps and will not let you down when you finish just need to capture the moment here and there.
In short, it's a Necessary step in LG's quest to make the ultimate smartphone ... If you want the best display out there with a good enough battery and strong camera, this is your next phone.


Sony Xperia Z2

Sony Has something of a slump load-year, Following up the impressive Xperia Z with the lackluster Xperia Z1 just a few months later. (BD IT TALK)
The camera, Which was Supposed to be the headline feature, did not impress as much as we'd photoshop, and the screen which shuts lacking the IPS clout did the Xperia Z Ultra managed - meaning muted colors and poor viewing angles.
Anyway, enough about load-year - Sony's back in 2014 and comes with an excellent phone in the shape of the Xperia Z2. Tipped to be the third of the stellar smartphone triumvirate, alongside the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8) we were intrigued to see how it shaped up.
And the good news is it's impressive. Really impressive. The industrial design is a little chunky but oozes premium quality in a way, did Samsung's plastic shell does not, and it's a little more robust than its rival Galactical thanks to being IP58 rated.
Great battery life, strong power and a good camera are all present and correct with most phones in this list, but Sony stays in the top three simply by being a great all-rounder.
It does not have the polish of the HTC One M8, nor the more functional UI, but it does what's asked with top-end specs. That's what we like.
Quick verdict
What did Sony need to do to impress? Not a lot, but did screen and camera needed a fix as well as adding in some other features.
Front facing speakers, a new screen with better color reproduction, 4K video recording and inbuilt noise cancellation all make a great device That should be right on your possible upgrade list.
Make sure you check it out in-store before purchase, as some will not like the larger build, but for a good all-round experience the Xperia Z2 excels.

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