Smartphones: Winners & Losers of 2015


Every year all major smartphone manufacturers come up with their best devices to allure maximum number of population.

Some of them hit the bull’s eye and attract large number of population. Many of them (including new players) fail to impress mobile buyers.

Like last year, tons of smartphones were launched in the Indian market in 2015. Let’s have a look at the smartphones which have been loved by the smartphone users.

Lenovo K3 Note
Lenovo K3 Note

An affordable phablet, Lenovo K3 Note is well priced by the company when launched. Priced at Rs. 9999, the K3 Note is one of the most bought smartphones in India this year. The phone has everything a smartphone user looks in his next smartphone. It has a 13 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 5 Megapixel front snapper for capturing best moments perfectly. Powered by a 2900 mAh battery, the phone gives you sufficient back up. The phone is available in three color variant – Black, Yellow and White.

Yu Yureka
Yu Yureka

This year, Yu Yureka is another smartphone that allured maximum attention. Be it price or specification, the phone was the much talked device when launched. This ultra-budget smartphone has all features you have in your smartphone worth Rs 25000 or more. Yu Yureka comes with a bright and vibrant 5.5-inch display with a display resolution of 720p. Plus, you get Gorilla Glass on it which makes the display more durable and long lasting. An Octa Core processor gives you seamless performance everytime. One flaw, the phone gets heat up after using it for more than 30 minutes continuously.

Xiaomi Mi4i

Available for Rs 11999, XIaomi Mi4i has a 5 inch Full HD display. You can enjoy all heavy games and apps without a single issue. Thanks to its Octa Core processor and 2GB RAM. The phone is readily available in 4 color variants. The phone began selling out via Flash Sales on Flipkart, but now it is available without any prior registration. The phone has some great features including good camera (both), long battery, bright display. It does not support microSD card.

Here Are Losers of 2015, Who Could not Attract Customers, Fail Smartphones.

After discussing about the smartphones that have been highly recommended by most of the reviewers online, now is the time to list down the losers of 2015.

Lenovo Vibe Shot
Lenovo Vibe Shot

The first phone on the list is Lenovo Vibe Shot. The phone reminds us of a point and shoot camera. It comes with a triple LED flash that helps you get a perfect picture every time. Barring this, the phone has nothing out of the box to offer. The phone is expensive with such specs. Spending over Rs 25000 to have a point and shoot like smartphone is an utter waste. Not worth buying.

Asus Zenfone 2 Deluxe

Asus has launched several budget smartphones in India under Zenfone series in the past year. But this year, Asus has launched gimmicky smartphone with a crystal miracle back panel. Priced at Rs 22999, Asus Zenfone 2 Deluxe is 4-5K more expensive. You can get a lot better looking smartphone with better specs at low price. You would be fool if you spend extra 5000 for just a flashy rear panel. Buy it to flaunt. That’s it. Just show-off and nothing else.

Sony Xperia Z5
Sony Xperia Z5

Sony’s latest offering, Xperia Z5 is too expensive. On paper, it has some great specs but there is nothing better than its previous versions. Framed in a boxy design, the phone has a fingerprint scanner and a different physical button as add-ons if compared with its predecessors. You have better options in the smartphone world which offer better specs at more affordable prices.

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