7 of the best smartphones of 2016

Smartphones are smarter than ever, so choosing one can be quite overwhelming. Whether you’re looking to play the hottest games like Slither or get some work done with business related apps, having the right smart phone is paramount. Here are best smart phones of 2016, let’s check’em out below…

We take a look at the top seven.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has been classed as the best smartphone in the world. Its faultless dual curved display, with the screen bending around on both sides sets it apart from every other phone ever made. Combine its futuristic appearance with an amazing display, excellent battery life, brilliant camera and fantastic performance, and this phone has it all.

The Samsung Galaxy is among the best smartphones of 2016

Whilst the iPhone 6S may appear similar to the 2015 model, there are a number of great updates. The enhancement of the camera cannot be missed, and the sharper screen and longer battery life or obvious improvements on the phone’s predecessors. The processor of the phone is also more powerful, allowing you to play your favorite apps like Angry Birds for much longer without being too taxing on the battery. Generally speaking, the better the processor, the better the phone will perform on heavy data sites like online casinos. Royal Vegas Casino games such as Robo Jack and Rugby Star,use rich graphics that a high end processor will be able to handle with ease.

The best smartphone available for pure Android is surely the Nexus 6P. Made by Huawei, it includes a 5.7-inch display and 2GB of memory. For a phone this size, the battery life is astonishing. The lack of a wireless camera may let the phone down, but it does offer a 12MP sensor.

If it’s music you’re after, then the HTC 10 is the phone for you. The phone certainly shows the competition a thing or two about smartphones, its camera, battery life and performance are commendable. HTC has definitely used its past criticisms constructively.

The Sony Xperia Z5 boasts a great camera, and waterproof chassis. The speedy autofocus is almost unbelievable, you and spin around to your hearts content and still produce a smart snap. The phone’s waterproof capabilities are amazing, you can drop this phone down the toilet and there’s no danger in sinking it in a bag of rice, or frantically ringing the insurance.

If you’re after an alternative brand, then look no further than the OnePlus Two. The brand offers a reasonable price tag of £250, but you won’t miss out and will still receive all the mod-cons of expensive handsets, including an HD screen, fingerprint sensor, a great camera and powerful specs.

The Moto X Force is a refreshing phone, and one that will definitely survive being dropped to the floor. The screen features a thick, toughened outer layer which won’t break. The casing is supports the screen’s durability and the specs don’t let the phone down either. The Moto X Force also boats a pretty tough battery life.