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11.938 cm (4.7 ") , 1334 x 750, 3D Touch, A9 + M9, 32GB, Touch ID, 802.11ac, Bluetooth, NFC, 12MP + 5MP, iOS 10
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Apple iPhone 6s, 4.7", 32 GB, 12 MP, iOS, 10, Gold
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Apple iPhone 6s. Display diagonal: 4.7", Display resolution: 1334 x 750 pixels, Display type: IPS. Processor family: Apple, Processor model: A9. Internal storage capacity: 32 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 12 MP, Rear camera type: Single camera. SIM card capability: Single SIM, 3G, 4G. Operating system installed: iOS, Operating system version: 10. Color of product: Gold. Weight: 5.04 oz (143 g)

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Reviews
Updated:
2017-05-21
Testseek has collected 415 expert reviews for Apple iPhone 6s Single SIM 4G 32GB Gold and the average expert rating is 87 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
87%
Source Review comments Score
macnn.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
In the previous part of this comprehensive review of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus, we took a look at the two devices' design and build quality, the stunning new 3D Touch display technology, the complementing Taptic Engine, and overall performance...
100%
macnn.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Since its introduction in 2007, the iPhone has always been considered the benchmark by which all other smartphones are judged. It provided the clearest and most visionary articulation of where mobile technology was headed, but in a shipping product years...
100%
phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
S-generation iPhones have always been slightly less exciting than their full-fledged, S-less brethren, but looking at the improvements Apple's doing with this year's iPhone 6s, we honestly don't feel any less excited than when we first held the iPhone 6...
Good Superb build quality, Very high display brightness and color accuracy, Efficient and innovative 3D Touch interface, Extreme performance, Industryleading app ecosystem...
Bad Display resolution could be a bit higher, Screen colors are a bit cold, Base storage option should be 32 GB, not 16 GB, Lacks wireless charging, Not waterproof...
Bottom line It's not every day that such a complete and coherent smartphone comes to market. Perhaps more thoroughly than any other time, though, this year's iPhone 6s has become the center of so much technological advancement, that it's able to gain a surprising amo...
93%
macworld.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
“The only thing that's changed is everything,” says the slogan Apple unveiled along side the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. It's an attempt to address the perception that the odd-year “s” updates to the iPhone line are minimal and uninteresting. Yes, the “...
90%
recombu.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Team Recombu previews the fancy new Apple iPhone 6 and ponders whether it's worth splurging on.A year has passed and, like clockwork, Apple has released new iterations of its flagship offerings. This time around the iPhone 6s will take the baton from the...
Good Great cameras, Very fast, Innovative 3D Touch feature...
Bad Disappointing battery life, Pricey, Looks the same as the iPhone 6...
Bottom line For this generation of iPhone Apple's tagline is, “The only thing that's changed is everything.” Based on our experiences with the iPhone 6s this is only really a half-truth and the implications of it aren't always for the better.It's a fantastic phone an...
90%
theverge.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Big screens won.For the past three years, the most meaningful change to the iPhone has been the size of its screen. After years of sticking with a 3.5-inch display and watching Android-powered competitors bite off a piece of the market with ever-larger sc...
Good 3D Touch is fun and useful, Terrific camera, Great performance...
Bad Not Apple's most beautiful design, Battery life could be better, Will take developers time to support 3D Touch, 16GB of storage in the base model is ridiculous...
Bottom line More times than not, the Verge score is based on the average of the subscores below. However, since this is a non-weighted average, we reserve the right to tweak the overall score if we feel it doesn't reflect our overall assessment and price of the produ...
90%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Not only does the Apple iPhone 6s ($649; 16GB) have a faster processor and better cameras than last year's model, it has much faster performance on the Sprint LTE network as well. Studying nine days and more than 32,000 speed tests from Speedtest.net, I f...
Good Much faster on Sprint's Spark network than previous iPhones. Good cameras. 3D Touch has potential.
Bad Average battery life...
Bottom line The Apple iPhone 6s turbocharges the iPhone experience on Sprint, making it an essential upgrade...
90%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The iPhone 6s ($649; 16GB) is faster than last year's model, but that isn't the only change Apple's latest smartphone brings to the table. If you're an existing iPhone owner, the upgraded cameras on the 6s will immediately impress you, and the support for...
Good Faster LTE speeds than iPhone 6. Excellent cameras. Super-fast processor. 3D Touch has lots of potential.
Bad Front-facing camera could be sharper. Average battery life...
Bottom line The Apple iPhone 6s is faster than last year's model all around, including better AT&T LTE speeds...
90%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The iPhone 6s on Verizon Wireless ($649 for 16GB) may look like last year's iPhone 6, but there are a lot of new features that make it a noticeably better smartphone. If you're an existing iPhone owner, the upgraded cameras will immediately grab you, and...
Good Recovers from dead zones faster than iPhone 6. Excellent cameras. Super-fast processor. 3D Touch has lots of potential.
Bad Front-facing camera could be sharper. Average battery life...
Bottom line The Apple iPhone 6s is one of the fastest phones on Verizon, with improved camera quality and network performance over its predecessor...
90%
appleinsider.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
ReviewThursday, October 01, 2015, 05:46 am PT (08:46 am ET)Last year's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus introduced a larger, slimmer form factor housing higher resolution Retina HD screens and improvements in processors, cameras and wireless. While Apple's latest 6s a...
90%
Pocketnow.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The S cycle is an interesting part of the iPhone buying experience. Since 2007, Apple has introduced at least one new iPhone every year, but only half of them are redesigns. The other half … are reimaginings . Improved takes on tried-and-true existing har...
Good Solid design with improved resilience,  Vast ecosystem of applications,  Super-fast fingerprint scanner,  Excellent camera with terrific 4K video,  3D Touch has huge potential...
Bad Weaker signal strength than previous generations,  No OIS in the camera,  More costly than most competition...
Bottom line So what's the verdict? Should you buy the iPhone 6s? Is it worth its top-dollar cost? Of course it is. Between the solid design, terrific camera, silky-smooth performance, and selection of quality apps, it's no wonder the iPhone is the most popular pho...
89%
notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2017-05-21
The 3D Midas touch. This is not supposed to sound disrespectful for the Apple iPhone 6S, either, but point out the new control concept 3D Touch, which is one of the most important new features of the current smartphones from Cupertino. Just like every oth...
Good extremely high performance, flawless build quality, high stability, control concept with a real additional value, convenient display, fast communication modules, excellent GPS module, decent battery runtimes, good cameras with nice features...
Bad iOS 9 still a bit buggy, NFC not usable for thirdparty apps, internal storage cannot be expanded, mediocre lowlight camera performance, very high price...
Bottom line In Review Apple iPhone 6SThe predecessor of our current review unit did not get to the top of our Top 10 Smartphone ranking. Together with its bigger sibling, the build quality and materials are once again on a very high level as well. The iPhone 6S also...
89%
brighthand.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
It's iPhone season, which means it is time for a new phone from Apple, with the iPhone 6s being this year's offering.Although this isn't a complete redesign of last year's iPhone 6 , there are some improvements. It is the first model to debut running iOS...
Good Faster processor and more RAM than predecessor, Beautiful screen with 3D Touch, Camera can record 4K video...
Bad Barely adequate battery life, Single speaker not forward facing, Non industry standard power connector...
86%
dxomark.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Although the latest iteration of the bestselling iPhone scores in many aspects almost identically to its predecessor, there is actually a lot that's different on the inside. For a start, it has a new and more powerful A9 chip and 4.7-inch Retina HD (1334...
Good Very good exposure overall, Fast and generally accurate autofocus in all test conditions, Reliable and pleasant white balance in most conditions, Good detail preservation in bright light.
Bad Some luminance noise visible, especially in low light, Some color shading visible in indoor conditions, Slightly yellow cast visible in outdoor conditions, Occasional ghosting and other artifacts...
82%
photographyblog.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Apple announced its iPhone 6s back in September 2015, marking an update to the previous version of its popular smartphone, the iPhone 6. As with the 6 it is available in a standard version and also a larger, Plus version. In our review we'll be concentr...
Bottom line It goes without saying that Apple doesn't have any trouble shifting units of its popular iPhone, but if you're a photographer whose primary concern when buying a new phone is the camera, you may be better served by other options on the market. Image qual...
80%
examiner.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
I received the iPhone 6S to review and test out. To be fair it looks almost exactly like the iPhone 6 but it does have some new cool features. The iPhone 6S has the same 4.7 inch display screen as the iPhone 6 however the new iPhone 6S is built with alumi...
80%
wired.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
There's the old mantra: Wallet, keys, phone . Many of us have said it silently to ourselves every time we've stepped out for the past 15 or so years. These essential items helped us navigate the world, but we had to remind ourselves to grab them because t...
Good If you want a phone that just works, get this one. Like all iPhones, it's well thoughtout and beautifully made. Excellent selfie camera. Purportedly waterresistant. (I'm not checking until I do by accident.)...
Bad Touch ID slays notifications, and they were already halfdead anyway...
80%
t3me.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
It's September and that means it is time for a new iPhone. This year though is the ‘S' year, meaning Apple won't be releasing a new smartphone in terms of design, but simply improving on last year's release.Enter the iPhone 6S (reviewed here) and the iPho...
Good Fast performance, Excellent camera...
Bad Battery life is the same, 3D Touch is still in early stages, Live Photos feels more of a gimmick than an actual feature...
Bottom line Without a doubt, the iPhone 6S is the best iPhone to date, perfect for anyone looking to upgrade. But if you are already using the last generation, you can hold off until next year for Apple's next version...
80%
ilounge.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Apple's iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case certainly looks a bit odd. The location of the battery is obvious — there's a big hump on the back of the case. Some have found this incredibly ugly, and though we're not that offended, we do wonder why it wasn't made...
Bottom line Apple unexpectedly released its first ever iPhone battery case on Tuesday, the iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case ($99), which is compatible with the iPhone 6 or 6s. Coming in charcoal gray or white, the 1877 mAh battery case charges using Apple's own Lightning...
70%
about.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Mainly because, before the iPhone 6 , Cupertino refused to manufacture an iPhone with a bigger screen than 4-inches. While on the Android side, we were rocking devices with screen sizes ranging from 5 to 5.7-inches and sporting a display resolution much h...
Bottom line I have always wanted an iPhone, ever since Steve Jobs announced it in 2007. However, back then, I was 11 years old and there was no way my parents were buying me an iPhone, and there was nothing I could do to convince them. And trust me, I tried plenty of...
0%
bgr.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
When I reviewed the iPhone 6 last year , I explained how different reviewing an iPhone is compared to reviewing other smartphones. Reviews typically have a great deal of influence over readers, giving them a good sense of a device's strengths and weakness...
0%
phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Xiaomi is one of China's most popular brands: the company started by making Apple clones and selling them for super affordable prices, but it has now largely moved past that stage. For a long time, it's been hard at work to bring a new flagship and recen...
Good Stylish, beautiful phone, Bright and colorful display, Cheaper than most other flagship phones, Unlike the Mi 5, it is sold in the US and EU, with warranty and full LTE support, Wellbuilt, goodlooking phone, More compact, Takes great photos and videos, Ex...
Bottom line We end with reminding you: the Xiaomi Mi 5 is not a phone meant to be sold in the U.S. or Europe. It's only available via unofficial channels (you can find it on eBay in the United States and shop from resellers with European warehouse like GizChina's sho...
0%
imore.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The iPhone 6s and iOS 9 are six months old. Here's what we think.It's been an eventful six months for iPhone and iOS : Though the 6s is just a half-year old, it's been joined by a 4-inch upstart — the iPhone SE — and iOS 9 has seen three significant updat...
0%
phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
If you haven't moved over to the dark phablet side yet, and are still into compact, easy to handle and carry handsets, there's barely a rivalry more important than that of Samsung's new Galaxy S7 flagship, and Apple's finest, the iPhone 6s. The phones ar...
Good Rapid autofocusing camera technology, Premium waterproof chassis, Tons of builtin functionality, Perfected design and user experience, 3D Touch input, Premier app ecosystem...
Bottom line Released half a year after the iPhone 6s, the Samsung Galaxy S7 has many superior features, as can be expected. While looks are subjective, it does sport a larger screen in a chassis that is not much bigger than the iPhone, though the latter is still easi...
0%
androidauthority.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Samsung and Apple are undeniably the two dominant forces in the smartphone world, and every time one of them launches their latest and greatest, there's naturally a lot of curiosity with regards to how it stacks up against its biggest competition. Well, S...
0%
gottabemobile.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
As I start taking notes for the iPhone 6s review, where we will tell you if the iPhone 6s is worth buying, I discovered five important details about the iPhone 6s after using it for a day.There are simply too many changes to the new iPhone to pull togethe...
0%
tomshardware.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The M9 motion coprocessor is no longer a separate chip. It now resides on a special low-power island within the A9 SoC. This c...
Good Performance, Screen, Fingerprint scanner, 3D Touch...
Bad Price, 16GB base storage, No OIS...
Bottom line If you want a phone that's easy to use with one hand and easily fits in your pocket, the iPhone 6s is a good option. It shares most of the same hardware as its bigger brother, but the lack of OIS, a required feature at this price point, holds the camera...
0%
notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2017-05-21
Touch me harder! This is what the new iPhones are about – the touch. At least in terms of the handling with 3D Touch. The new Apple smartphones are obviously faster, heavier, and thicker. On the other hand, the battery is smaller and the cameras are suppo...
0%
legitreviews.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Christmas is just one week away and if you are one of those last minute shoppers you might still be looking for a gift. The Apple iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus has been out for a few months now and there are a number of holiday promotions available right n...
0%
slashgear.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Apple doesn't make many iPhone accessories, so the controversy when the Smart Battery Case for iPhone 6s arrived was all the more pronounced. Not because anybody doubted the iPhone 6s occasionally needed an extra hit of battery, but because the silicone s...
0%
9to5mac.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
After Mophie and several other companies created the “iPhone battery case” category, Apple's Made for iPhone accessory team quietly began to limit what the cases could do. For instance, developers were told that they couldn't charge both the iPhone and th...
0%
mashable.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The iPhone 6SOur Reviewby Christina WarrenThe iPhone 6SOur Reviewby Christina WarrenThe iPhone 6 was Apple's most popular phone of all time. One year later, we have the 6S, which offers better build quality, a more robust camera, a faster processor and so...
Good 3D Touch is a gamechanger Better camera Live Photos are fun It comes in pink...
Bad The 16GB option still exists, why? 4K video feels unnecessary Battery life is basically the same...
Bottom line Mashable Product Analyst Raymond Wong was able to get Siri to respond to his voice by simply speaking in a higher pitch to imitate me. This isn't a security feature u2014 and it's not designed to be u2014 but it is definitely great for preventing false...
0%
wsj.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The next iPhone doesn't teleport you to your meetings. It can't defy gravity, and it won't brush your dog's teeth. And it turns out most people are OK with that.The iPhone 6s is... an iPhone. The best iPhone yet. But it's also proof that smartphone innova...
0%
anandtech.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
To be perfectly honest, this past year has been remarkably boring in the mobile segment. For whatever reason, phones have either stood still or regressed when it comes to overall quality. There are a few stand-outs that have been worth talking about like...
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steves-digicams.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
These new iPhones are truly world phones, able to access 23 bands as well as LTE Advanced with up to 300Mbps download speeds. On the Wi-Fi side of things, the new iPhones meet 802.11ac standards with 866Mbps speeds. Bluetooth 4.2 and NFC are also built-in...
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gottabemobile.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The iPhone 6s delivers the best smartphone experience for general users with better cameras, ease of use, feature-packed software and many other improvements across the board.Apple's iPhone 6s may not include the highest resolution screen and we still are...
Bottom line Apple boasts that, “The only thing that's changed is Everything” in the iPhone 6s ads on TV. This is a bold claim for an iPhone “S” model that looks the same other than a new Rose Gold color option, but it is a fitting way to describe the upgrades that Ap...
0%
makeuseof.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Spoiler alert: if you like iPhones, you're probably going to love the iPhone 6s. But are you really surprised?Every year Apple trots out a shiny new smartphone, and let's be honest — their track record is pretty good. Building on the smooth and rounded de...
Bottom line A technically impressive, solid smartphone with a healthy helping of touchscreen innovation, ultimately let down by poor battery life. iPhone 6 users may want to wait for next year's model, but the 6s is a good upgrade choice if you're still using an iPho...
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androidauthority.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
A question that I'm asked quite often is, which handset is best for network, especially for people who live in areas with spotty coverage (at best). For several years, this has been relatively easy to answer as Samsung's flagships usually had better cover...
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phonedog.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The iPhone 6s is the latest iPhone to come from Cupertino. While the "s" updates don't usually bring huge changes, Apple seems to make a big deal about this one. With 3D Touch, Touch ID 2.0, a new camera, and a much more powerful CPU, the new iPhone 6s is...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
If you can't beat them, join them, right? That, at least, is what we felt like Samsung is going for when it made the Galaxy S6 official back in the beginning of the year. Untrue to itself, instead of garnering the existing feature set of its flagship Gal...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The iPhone 6s is already out and it is a worthy successor to the iPhone 6. Although it is nearly identical on the outside, it represents what's possibly the biggest S-cycle upgrade in the device's history – the iPhone 6s is a major refinement with stando...
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imore.com
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2017-05-21
The S is for speed. And shine. And spectacular.With its screen off, you'd be forgiven for thinking the iPhone 6s hasn't changed all that much from its year-ago predecessor, save for a color tweak: After all, it still sports a 4.7-inch display, curved alum...
Bottom line This generation of iPhone models is, quite rightfully, Apple's best yet. They've come farther in speed, photography, build quality, and smarts than ever before. The iPhone 6s stands apart from the 6s Plus with its smaller 4.7-inch stature and lack of opti...
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androidauthority.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The two biggest giants in the smartphone game go head to head in this comparison, and while it was another “S” year for the Apple device, it did add some interesting features, such as a new form of input, rather than just the general upgrade in specificat...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Danger, danger, big screens incoming! The new Apple iPhone 6s Plus and Galaxy Note5 are poised to become the most talked-about phablets for the foreseeable future, so we are left with no choice but to stage a cage fight between these two juggernauts of t...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
The Apple iPhone 6s is probably the biggest ‘s' cycle upgrade the iPhone series has seen in the eight revisions that we've witnessed since the launch of the original iPhone in 2007. Yet the new iPhone 6s looks practically identical to the iPhone 6 and yo...
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lifewire.com
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2017-05-21
The iPhone 6 struck the right balance between size and weight, added key new features like Apple Pay, and improved foundational elements like battery life and storage capacity. Does the newer iPhone 6S measure up to the very high standard set by its pred...
Bottom line The iPhone 6S series isn't the major leap forward that the 6 series was. That's not a surprise: full-number models are always big jumps, while "S" models are refinements on their predecessors. That's been Apple's pattern for years and isn't likely to chan...
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nerdreactor.com
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2017-05-21
Recently, I purchased the new IPhone 6s just a week after its initial release date. I was a little skeptical at first; thinking that it might be hard to purchase one after record-breaking numbers from Apple. After playing with it and testing it out for a...
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gizmodo.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Lets be clear on at least one thing: the iPhone 6s is a good phone. A great phone even, and no shit, its the best iPhone yet. But if youre upgrading from—or have ever spent 30 seconds with—an iPhone 6, its business as usual. until you get to 3D Touch...
Good Almost everything. The iPhone 6s doesn't feel so much like a new device, but that's not a bad thing. The iPhone 6 was a slam-dunk of a smartphone, with excellent features across the board with no deal-breaking flaws and Apple's well-stocked App Store, Adv...
Bad At the moment, 3D Touch feels like a work in progress. With the exception of the already excellent ‘peek' previews, it feels like untapped potential. It will take more app makers getting fully on board to make it more than just a glorified right-click. I...
Bottom line If you want or need to buy a new iPhone, buy this iPhone. Everything else aside, the faster guts will make it last longer than any other before it. 3D Touch and Live Photos are equally fantastic. But they’re not reasons to upgrade from an older (but perfe...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Sony's got a new breed of smartphone in town, with the Xperia X lineup arriving to offer shoppers a variety of feature and performance options (with an emphasis on camera capabilities and battery life), all tied around a unified design. Of all those new...
Bottom line Looking at all these comparisons individually, Sony's model ended up coming a lot closer to competing on the same level as Apple's market-leader than we ever expected it might, and even where one phone pulled ahead of the other in all the various aspects...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
Sony introduced a new portfolio of phones earlier this year, aiming to take a new direction from the aging Z-series. The Xperia X sits right smack in the middle of the new X-line in terms of specs, but not in price, so on paper it's not really the value-...
Good Very fast continuous autofocus in video footage, Starts at 32 GB of storage, About $100 cheaper, Great allaround camera, Rich and quality app ecosystem, Thin and light chassis...
Bottom line With its more elegant body, better camera, faster chipset, and record LTE band support, the iPhone 6s seems destined to remain the popular choice compared to the Xperia X. Moreover, Sony priced its midranger just a hundred lower than the iPhone 6s, which...
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phonearena.com
Updated:
2017-05-21
HTC took to heart all the criticism that its last few flagships endured, mainly for their camera performance, and came back with the HTC 10 this year that covers all bases. It is still housed in the premium metal chassis we know and like, but the camera...
Good Clean Android overlay, Enhanced audio recording, Great allaround camera, Rich and quality app ecosystem, Thin and light chassis...
Bottom line The HTC 10 ended up a very well-made phone, with barely a perceivable weakness that would preclude you from getting it. It has a clean and quick interface, quite the improved camera, and a dedicated strength in the audio department, so all is well if you...
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