On the mobile market dominated by Android, the rivalry among phone manufacturers is so fierce that choosing the right smartphone is an incredibly hard task. The task is even harder when we want to give the phone as a gift to our loved-one. Which one to choose to make them happy? In order to help you make the proper decision, we’ve prepared the holiday buyer’s guide on the best Android phones of November / December 2014 that may be great gift ideas.
Best Android Phones – Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Let’s open our list with the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 which undoubtedly is one of the world’s favorite smartphone. Carrying sophisticated premium body finished with an aluminum frame and sporting a large 5.5-inch Quad HD super AMOLED screen locating the slate in the phablet sector, the Note 4 is one of the best 2014 flagships. We also appreciate the expandable storage, removable battery with quick charging mode and improved S Pen that provides the most precise input ever. The Note 4 doesn’t only looks great, but due to the advanced stylus and a multi-tasking mode, it’s also a great highly productive companion at work. So, if your thinking about giving someone a phablet, the Note 4 is probably the best option.
Google Nexus 6
Moving on, the Google Nexus 6 which is a Google’s own variation of how Android software should be like and what the phone needs to truly shine, is still hard to find and very expensive gift. The device features a massive Quad HD 6-inch screen, which makes it not a perfect phone for everyone, but if you don’t mind the size, there’s a lot things in this slate that will make you fall in love in it almost immediately, starting from the cutting edge processing package and a great optics. Additionally, the Nexus 6 will enthrall you with its body design astonishing quality, bearing water resistance certification tag. Furthermore, if all these still doesn’t convince you, the Nexus 6 is the first smartphone launched with the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop and is likely to receive the Android updates faster than any competitor in the future.
Moto X 2014
If first two devices are a bit too big for you, then you should check the Motorola’s Moto X 2014. The 2nd Gen Moto X phone features a dense 5.2-inch AMOLED display, powerful processor and 13MP camera. It is to get the Lollipop update as soon as it becomes available. Though the Moto X is well equipped on the inside, it’s their wide customization options that really counts. The manufacturer provides you with the opportunity to create your very own phone, than may be a really exceptional gift for your nearest and dearest. Additionally, the Moto X goes on sale with Motorola Assist, Active Display, allowing you to view notification with the single wave of the hand, and the top-class voice control features. So, if your looking for an original, capable and stylish phone, the Moto X should be at the top of your shopping list.
Motorola Droid Turbo
Despite being tied to Verizon Wireless the DROID Turbo is also a good gift option, since its battery promises to last up to two days on normal usage which isn’t common in the smartphone’s world. Going deeper into the specs, the slate sports an outstanding Quad HD screen, 21MP camera and support for super fast charging (the battery reaches the level of 8 hours mixed usage after just 15 minutes of charging). These battery life capabilities and extra fast charging makes the phone to be definitely a perfect gift for anyone living on the constant run.
LG G3 »
And the last but definitely not least on our list, the LG G3 that carries an incredibly thin bezels, giving the phone the more compact look than we may find in other devices in this size class. Additionally, it features a unusual location of the power and volume button set on the back side of the device which is a very handy solutions, making the phone easier to operate for both left and right-handed users. It should be also mentioned that having a non-metal body, the LG G3 is definitely more prone to accidents. The great advantage of the phone is the fact that it is currently available at all major US carriers, so you can find some really attractive deals and a wide variety of additional accessories when wanting to buy it as a gift.
This is pretty much all for the today’s holiday guide on the best Android phones. Hope, you find it helpful.