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Top 5 smart phones launched in 2015

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge (Launched recently):

Samsung's Galaxy S6 launch in 2015 was by far hottest and most impressive smartphone launch of the trade fair. This device does not only turn the design leaf for the biggest giant of the smartphone industry, but also for rattled ans shattered Apple, which went on to publish a set of pictures proving the iPhone 6 that had an impressive camera after its South Korean rival claimed that its new phone had superior cameras than the iPhone 6 at its very first event.
Samsung, also proved that the smartphone innovation had cretainly not plateaued as the Galaxy S6 Edge becomes the first smartphone with a fine and curved screen on both sides. There is absolutely no doubt that everybody is paying attention, and it  will  again be Samsung's Galaxy flagship that will win the battle to Apple's iPhone.

HTC One:

HTC One also recently launched
HTC, like Samsung and LG, also launched its latest top smartphone, which it calls the One (M9). Unlike the regular overhaul Samsung opted for, HTC silently released a device, which remained true to its now very highly regarded design language. Internally, as earlier expected, the phone is having top of the line specs like a top Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, a 20.7-megapixel camera on the back, 3GB RAM, and an UltraPixel camera for capturing selfies.
The M9 is a king of a phone, and along with the Galaxy S6 and LG G4 it will lead the race as far as Android market of smartphones are concerned in 2015.

Lumia 640XLMicrosoft and 640:

Lumia 640XLMicrosoft and 640 had continued to push its Windows operating system for phones, with the latest launch of the Lumia 640 and the biggerr Lumia 640 XL. Unlike, head turning flagship mobile phones like the Galaxy S6 and the new HTC One , the Lumias promise to be phones for the gathering. In typically Lumia style, they are now offered in colourful plastic body's and offer decent specifications like a top Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and camera's with best Carl Zeiss optics.These are Coupled with free Microsoft cloud services and they do appear to be decent offerings on very first impression.

Gionee ELife S7:

Gionee ELife S7 Of the slim phones have promised a lot of things, but have often offered some crippled performances. Gionee, with its ELife S7, will be looking to change this. The new phone is built using premium aviation grade alloys and is nearly 5.5mm thin. Moreover, it packs quite a punch with its latest and fast MediaTek MT6752 octa-core processor, which also  now adds support for 64-bit applications and 4G connectivity. Unlike most slim trim phones, it does not skim on the battery as it has a 2,755mAh battery that Gionee claims that it can be used for up to 2 days at a single stretch.

Lenovo Vibe Shot:

Lenovo Vibe Shot Not: many phones are specially designed to look like a camera. However, that's what exactly this time Lenovo has done with its Vibe Shot, which was launched on Monday 14th at the Mobile World Congress.  This phone packs impressive imaging hardware that includes a 16-megapixel camera with saturating optical image stabilisation and a 8-megapixel camera for capturing selfies. Other features of this phone include a nominal 5-inch 1080p screen,a 32GB internal memory and a Qualcomm Snap dragon 618 CPU. It also runs on Android lollipop 5.0 in tandem with Lneovo's Vibe UI. 

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