From the ever-popular iPhone to Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone handsets, LAPTOP reviews the best smartphones of 2015 to help you compare models and determine which smartphone to buy. We also help you make the most of your handset by picking the best smartphone apps and accessories while providing helpful tips.
Offered through U.S. Cellular, the ZTE Grand S Pro offers a bright 5-inch display and zippy CPU for $100, but you'll want to buy a memory card.
The Nokia Lumia 635 offers a vivid display, responsive performance and long battery life at a wallet-pleasing price.
LG's G3 sports a high-resolution QHD screen and powerful camera, but it's hurt by lackluster battery life.
LG's G3 packs the sharpest smartphone display yet and a fast laser focus camera in a sleek gold body, but it's not our top pick.
Amazon's first phone boasts some head-turning innovations, but it doesn't do enough to compete with the top handsets.
AT&T's LG G3 delivers a sharp QHD screen and an impressive laser focus camera, but it falls behind other phones in a couple key areas.
With a vivid, 5-inch, full-HD display; 20-MP camera; and a fast processor, the Nokia Lumia 930 is a powerful Windows Phone 8.1 device.
Featuring a built-in stand, the Justin 3000 mAh Power Case boosts your battery life and is handy for FaceTime calls.
Indie smartphone maker OnePlus One packs premium features and a CyanogenMod interface into a handsome body for just $299 unlocked--if you can get one.
Huawei's 6.1-inch Ascend Mate 2 4G LTE offers a big display and nearly 15 hours of battery for just $299 without a contract, making it a strong value.