It seems like only 5 minutes ago that we were talking about CES, but now into the 7th month of the year we are nearer the next CES than the last! Time flies hey!
It is safe to say that now all the major players have released their flagship handsets, the G3 from LG was the last to the party here.
Last it might have been but by no means lacking was it, making quite an entrance with the quad HD display.
The updated Motorola Moto G has too made quite an entrance, selling better than expected and offering 4G for well under the £200 price point.
The choice of which smartphone to go for has never been so great. Various models in various memory sizes and in various colours often with a mini counterpart. Which device to go for will be your choice, but if you ever need any assistance then then we are always willing to advise here at Clove.
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Please do remember that this list is our top 10 based on our preferences, feelings, sales and customer feedback. Others may have a very different opinion on what makes their top 10.
10. LG G2 Mini
Falling dfown the list, the G2 Mini lacks the wow factor of so many other device, but it is no slouch and will make a very lovely handset for anyone who takes the plunge. I still feel that this is more comfortable in the hand than the Z1 Compact.
It has a 4.7″ display which is a nice size, not too big or too small.
The resolution of the screen and the slight inbalance of the camera results mean that the G2 Mini doesn’t have quite what it takes to compete with the best but a strong contender it is none the less.
Witht he winning form factor from the original G2 the rear mounted button configuration I think works better on the smaller G2 Mini.
Now available for less than £350 the G2 seems to have dropped off the radar for many in the tech circles but it is still an exceptionally powerful product.
It is snappy and looks the part with some nice UI features.