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.
A head-turning flexible design and vibrant display make the G Flex an exciting Android device, but it's not our favorite phablet.
The Olloclip 4-in-1 lens for the iPhone is a great accessory for those who want to get even better pictures from their smartphone.
The Typo iPhone keyboard case looks like a BlackBerry's physical keyboard, but it's not nearly as comfortable or fast.
Sony's Xperia Z1s is a powerful waterproof smartphone with long battery life, but its display and camera could be better.
The Galaxy S4 Mini offers many of the benefits of its larger sibling in a lower-cost, pint-sized package.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 packs robust pen and multitasking software in a sleek, speedy, long-lasting device with a brilliant display.
The HTC One Max packs a ginormous 5.9-inch display, impressive sound quality and a fingerprint sensor, but it's a bulky device.
With its smooth performance, attractive design and low, $199 price, the Moto G is one of the better unlocked-phone deals.
The HTC One Max boasts a big and beautiful display, impressive battery life and fast Sprint Spark speeds, but it doesn't do enough to justify its girth.