With so many mobiles on the market, you might have a tough time choosing your next purchase. Here are 10 of the best smartphones on sale today to point you in the right direction.
Google Nexus 5
In terms of value for money the Nexus 5 is a real winner, with a cutting-edge quad-core processor, five-inch 1080p screen and 4G network connection all coming in for just under £300.
Apple iPhone 5S
Apple's new flagship phone has a 64-bit processor, a four-inch Retina Display and a built-in fingerprint scanner to help it compete with its rivals and top its predecessors. Despite stiff competition, the iPhone is perhaps still the best smartphone on the market.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
A 5.7-inch 1080p AMOLED screen fits neatly onto the front of this class-leading phablet, with the inclusion of the S-Pen stylus making it more than a match for the competition.
HTC's powerful, stylish One comes with an UltraPixel camera for superior low-light shots, a quad-core processor and excellent additions to the Android operating system, including the convenient content aggregator BlinkFeed.
The G2 has achieved critical acclaim almost rivalling the praise levelled at the HTC One, with its large screen, high-tech Snapdragon 800 processor and impressive camera helping it to stay ahead of the game.
Motorola Moto G
This cheap smartphone is nevertheless powerful, boasting a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU and an array of stylish designs which you can augment if you create your own phone case.
Nokia Lumia 520
Nokia's bargain-basement Lumia 520 can run the Windows Phone 8 operating system smoothly and has all the elements you would want from a smartphone without the sky-high price that is often attached to them.
Sony Xperia Z1
With a big screen and a slender chassis, the Xperia Z1 is every inch the top-tier handset. But what makes it special is the fact that it is waterproof and will not succumb to liquid spills or total submersions.
Nokia Lumia 1520
Nokia's biggest and most powerful Windows Phone 8 handset is the Lumia 1520, which has a 1080p screen, a quad-core processor similar to that of the LG G2 and a stylish and colourful design. Windows Phone and handsets like this are helping the Finnish manufacturer to claim back some of the market share it lost to companies such as Apple and Samsung in recent years.
Samsung Galaxy S4
Speaking of Samsung, the Galaxy S4 is still its current front-running smartphone, with a five-inch display making it a little bit more manageable in the hand than the Galaxy Note 3. It runs Android Jelly Bean with the TouchWiz interface on top and continues to appeal to a wide range of buyers thanks to features such as its 13-megapixel camera.
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