Top 10 most popular reviews of 2014

With 2014 just over it seems only natural that we take a look back at the devices that you, the readers, found most interesting in our reviews. It was definitely a strong year on both the iOS and Android front and unsurprisingly the flagship devices of this year stole the spotlight.

Samsung has strong presence in the list with smartphones, like the Galaxy S5, Samsung Note 4, Galaxy Grand 2 and the Galaxy Alpha. HTC’s One (M8) also seems to be a star performer, as well as LG’s G3 and Sony’s Xperia Z3 and its little brother – the Z3 Compact.

Apple’s new lineup didn’t enjoy as much interest but that is easily justifiable, as both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus came very close to the end of the year and simply didn’t have enough time to ramp up the numbers. Our major camera comparison showdown seems to blow everything else in terms of popularity with the top five contenders for best phone “shooter” of 2014.

So if you think you might have missed out on any major hardware during the past 12 months or are in the market for a phone, be sure to check out the list of the top 10 devices that excited readers in 2014.

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