Lifelong Companions; Phones of 2014

By LiT

A year had passed and many things had gone past. Take phones for an instance. Phones are an essential part of modern people’s life. The impact phones make on our current life is almost too obvious. But some phones are more likable than others. In this article, you find lists of the most favored phones in 2014.

Some of the most popular phones are the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and Motorola Moto G. Both had appeared on the Best Phone List for CNET and Pocket-Lint. The Nokia Lumia phones and the Sony Xperia also seemed to be pretty popular. Both had appeared many times on the Pocket-Lint list.

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus had came out September in 2014, and had quickly won over many fans. People compliment it on it sleek smoothness and the quality for its photos. It has larger screens and faster processors. And faster WiFi was probably the best part.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was known for its camera, battery life, display, design, reception, and call quality. Another enjoyed feature is the S pen. It’s like a pen or pencil, but you use it to select things on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It also allows you to write with you own handwriting easily on it. In fact, according to many people, the S pen is their favorite thing about the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Despite being released in November 2013, it was one of the favorite phones in 2014. Despite not being the best of best, it still was good enough to win over many people. It’s display and software were pretty satisfactory and the camera and battery life were acceptable. But its most outstanding part was its low, low price. Only $180. And with a price like that, you don’t need to be the best to still be on the list of the most favored phones!

2014 had offered us many new companions to consider. I wonder what 2015 will offer?

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

iPhone 6

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