HighOnAndroid Smartphone Reviews!

This page lists all the HighOnAndroid Smartphone reviews of 2015:

Galaxy Note 5 – Best Phablet Smartphone!

Although the Galaxy Note 5 has some major overhaul and Samsung decided to reinvent the Note series by making a bunch of changes, this is still the king of phablet-sized smartphones.

Pros

– Very fast processor.

– S-Pen stylus is best on the market.

– Brightest screen on the market, excellent 1440P screen.

– Great camera/4K video recording/OIS – one of the best on the market.

– Great microphone, cuts through wind like a Samurai Katana sword.

Cons

– No removable battery/micro-SD like its predecessors.

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LG V10 – The next best phablet?

LG’s latest flagship phablet rivals the Note 5 by offering many of the same features minus the S-Pen.  This is another great phablet, perhaps the 2nd best phablet out right now.

Pros

– 1440P screen with realistic color reproduction, better than Note 5.

– Secondary screen for notifications and shortcuts.

– Removable battery and microSD card slot.

– 32-bit DAC for audiophiles who use headphones and high-quality audio files.

– Camera with manual mode for both photos & videos, camera is just as good as the Note 5 and in some ways better.

– 3 microphones with directional control and audio level controls.

– IR Blaster for TV Remote control.

Cons

– Snapdragon 808 processor isn’t a wow factor in terms of performance.  Fast enough but will it last?

– Display isn’t that bright, 400 nits at its brightest setting.

– Battery life is short although you can get an extra battery and charger.

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Moto X Pure/Style – Best Smartphone under $400!

Motorola’s latest flagship that offers a ton of features at almost half the price of its competition.

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Max Lee

Max Lee is the founder of HighOnAndroid.com. Max makes Android tutorials and review videos for people who want to get high on Android over at his YouTube channel and Korean YouTube channel.

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