Dec 26, 2016 07:08 AM EST
Samsung Galaxy S7, Apple iPhone 7, And Motorola Moto Z Play Among The Top 5 Verizon Phone For 2016
As the year 2016 comes to an end, we are giving you a rundown on the best Verizon smartphone for you to choose from.
Samsung Galaxy S7
If you want an all-around smartphone with a strong combination of aesthetic and power, Samsung Galaxy S7 is the phone for you. It boasts a long battery life with fast charging feature. The camera is quite awesome with geo-tagging and auto HDR. According to GSM Arena, Samsung Galaxy S7 is available in Black, White, Gold, Silver, Pink and Gold.
Apple iPhone 7
The improvement on Apple iPhone 7's camera is worth it as it now delivers high quality photos. It also has faster processor and better storage capacity. It is also water resistant. One downside is that Apple iPhone 7 doesn't have any headset jack, but it does have a dongle with headphones as an alternative.
Motorola Moto Z Play
CNET dubbed this phone as one of the most affordable phone in the market today. It features swappable magnetic modular accessories which is quite easy. Also known as Moto Mods, these accessories offers a number of different functions such as speaker or even a projector. Motorola also made sure that Moto Z Play has a long battery life that can rival the most expensive phone out there.
Huawei Mate 9
This is a great alternative to Galaxy Note 7. It doesn't have any stylus but it has everything that you would want in a smartphone. It has two cameras with a full metal body. Its sturdy body compensated for its lack of curves and designs. Huawei Mate 9 runs on a powerful octa-core Kirin 960 processor and has 4GB of RAM.
Blackberry's latest model DTEK60 is the phone for businessmen. It aims to help in productivity, but it does offer other features as well. It is a pretty straight forward phone. It feature BlackBerry Hub and of course, Blackberry Messenger.
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