Best Mobile Phones 2014: 10 Best smartphones you can buy
Best smartphones, mobile phones, phones. Whatever you call them they all share the same thing. They’re the hottest kind of tech. They sell millions, and make billions and there's plenty more to come in 2014, but which should you choose if you're buying right now?
Last Update: 10/02/2014
The first thing is to decide the platform you want to side with. There’s the iPhone and its easy to use iOS mobile operating system, an army of Android phones powered by Google, Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 and – new kid on the block – BlackBerry 10.
iOS offers the best apps and games, Android the most fiddling potential. Windows Phone 8 is the slickest and BlackBerry 10 is on hand for those who want something a bit different.
2013 was another big year for smartphones with the iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5S joining the Nokia Lumia 1020 and Android phone greats like the Sony Xperia Z1 and Nexus 5 as standout newcomers. We should of course not forget about the TrustedReviews Product of the Year the Motorola Moto G that proved you can deliver a smartphone with high-end specs at an affordable price.
The next twelve months promises the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the iPhone 6 with MWC 2014 just around the corner where we expect to see more about mobile operating systems like Firefox OS, Samsung's Tizen and Sailfish by Finnish company Jolla packed into handsets.
Which would you pick from the current bunch? Rifling through the phone reviews that get the TrustedReviews seal of approval, check out our best mobile phones of 2014 so far.