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They might all be the same general shape, and most of them might run on similar chips, but each smartphone is very different.

You may want to look out for the upcoming phones at the end of this list, as they’re looking for a spot in our top 20 smartphone ranking.

Here’s our ranking of the best phones you can buy.

Note: All prices below indicate how much the phones typically cost without a carrier contract. Prices may vary depending on the retailer.

20. BlackBerry Passport

20. BlackBerry Passport

The BlackBerry Passport may look strange, but a lot of BlackBerry fans seem to love it. It has a really nice physical keyboard, but the key feature is its unique square design.Price: $450

19. BlackBerry Classic

19. BlackBerry Classic

If you were a BlackBerry fan back in the company’s heyday, you’re going to love the BlackBerry Classic. It looks similar to older BlackBerry models, but features a sharp touchscreen and an excellent physical keyboard.Price: $32918. Microsoft Lumia 950

18. Microsoft Lumia 950

If you must have a Windows phone, there’s only one device to consider: Microsoft’s Lumia 950. Although reviews were pretty bad, this phone does hold some promise for people who need Microsoft apps to do everything. It also has a really nice camera and can connect to a keyboard, mouse, and monitor and let you run a lightweight version of Windows.
Price: $445

17. BlackBerry Priv

17. BlackBerry Priv

The BlackBerry Priv is a huge departure for BlackBerry. Instead of running BlackBerry’s own operating system, the Priv runs Android. While it may look like a standard Android phone, the Priv actually has a slide-out keyboard. This could be a great device for those who want a physical keyboard but still have access to Google’s apps and services that aren’t available on other BlackBerry devices.Price: $413

16. HTC One A9

16. HTC One A9

It may look like an iPhone, but the HTC One A9 is totally different on the inside. The latest device from HTC sports a premium hardware design and minimal changes to Android. It’s a great experience if you don’t mind the fact that some may confuse it for an iPhone.Price: $400

15. Moto G3

15. Moto G3
If you’re looking for a great Android phone at a rock-bottom price, you should check out the Moto G. It’s not the most powerful phone, but it will be good enough for just about anything the average user can throw at it. And it’s tough to beat that price tag.While it’s still a fantastic budget Android smartphone, you should wait for the Moto G4, which is expected to be released in the next few months.

Price: $160

14. iPhone 6 Plus

14. iPhone 6 Plus
The iPhone 6 Plus is a great option if you want Apple’s big-screen phone for $100 off. In fact, there aren’t many significant differences between the 6 Plus and the 6s Plus. It’s definitely worth a look.Price: $649

13. iPhone 6

13. iPhone 6
The iPhone 6 may be over a year old, but it’s still a good option if you want to save some money on an iPhone. Plus, the iPhone 6 looks exactly like the iPhone 6s. No one will know you have last year’s phone.Price: $549

12. Moto X Pure

12. Moto X Pure
The Moto X Pure may be a bit dated, but it’s still an excellent Android phone. However, Motorola is launching a few new flagship phones soon, so you might want to hold out for those.Price: $299.99

11. Samsung Galaxy Note 5

11. Samsung Galaxy Note 5
The Galaxy Note 5 is a killer big-screen phone. Like previous versions of the Note, it has a large, vibrant display and a stylus for taking notes. The new metal and glass design is great too.Price: $520

10. LG G5

10. LG G5
LG’s G5 smartphone has a gorgeous new all-metal design. It also has a removable bottom that lets you swap out a dead battery with a fresh one. The removable bottom can also be exchanged with “modules” that offer new functions, like a camera grip with a zoom dial and a shutter button for better control.If that weren’t enough, it’s also got a dual-lens camera, which gives you unmatched versatility when it comes to taking pictures.

Price: About $650

9. HTC 10

9. HTC 10
The HTC 10 is a beautiful, extremely well-built smartphone. It runs a near-pure version of Android, and can be bought unlocked, which means you won’t find annoying bloatware on the 10.Price: $700

8. OnePlus 3

8. OnePlus 3
The new OnePlus 3 is easily one of the best Android smartphone you can get right now, and unlike previous OnePlus phones, you don’t need an invite to buy it.The new metal back looks and feels fantastic, and it runs a near-pure version of Android, which is also a huge plus in our book.

It also has some of the highest specs around for smooth and speedy performance, including the latest and greatest Snapdragon 820 and an enormous 6GB of RAM. Some might dislike the fact that it doesn’t have expandable storage, but the OnePlus 3 comes only with 64GB of storage, which should be more than enough for most users.

It also has a camera that rivals the Galaxy S7’s, which is considered the best smartphone camera ever made so far.

If you don’t care about water-resistance like the Galaxy S7 has, and you’d like to save $250 from the usual premium smartphone price tag, the $400 OnePlus 3 is absolutely the smartphone for you, and it’s worth every penny.

Price: $400

7. Samsung Galaxy S7

7. Samsung Galaxy S7
The Galaxy S7 sports the best camera we’ve seen on a smartphone, even beating the iPhone 6s Plus. It’s also very powerful and it sports some great features, like water resistance and a MicroSD card slot for expandable storage.You also get Samsung Pay, which works with almost any payment terminal in any store, which the iPhone’s Apple Pay can’t do.

Price: $568

6. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

6. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
The Galaxy S7 Edge has a bigger 5.5-inch display and larger battery than the regular Galaxy S7, while retaining the same features (water-resistance, a MicroSD card slot for expandable storage, and Samsung Pay).Price: $669

5. Nexus 5X

5. Nexus 5X
The Nexus 5X is one of Google’s newest flagships, and it’s one of the best phones you can buy today. The only true rivals it has are its big brother the Nexus 6p and the iPhone. If you don’t want an iPhone and want to see the best of Android, then the Nexus 5X won’t disappoint.Price: $349

4. Nexus 6P

4. Nexus 6P
The Nexus 6P is a slightly larger version of the new Nexus 5X. It’s made by Huawei, a Chinese smartphone company with an excellent reputation for hardware. Like the 5X, you get timely updates straight from Google as soon as they’re released, whereas other Android phones usually get updates several months later.Price: $499

3. iPhone SE

3. iPhone SE
The iPhone SE with a 4-inch screen is the best small-form smartphone you can buy at the moment. You get all the best apps, ecosystem, support, and the same performance as the iPhone 6s for a relatively low $400 price tag.It also comes with Apple Pay among other premium features, like Live Photos and a fingerprint sensor, not to mention the great battery life.

Price: $399

2. iPhone 6S Plus

2. iPhone 6S Plus
The new iPhone 6S Plus is the best of the big-screen phones. It may look the same as the previous model, but the new A9 chip inside makes the iPhone one of the most powerful smartphones you can buy.It also has some new features like 3D Touch, which can detect how hard you press down on the screen and open up a new layer of controls for you apps. It also has an incredibly fast fingerprint sensor, as well as Live Photos, which captures a three second video with audio when you press the shutter button.

Price: $749

1. iPhone 6S

1. iPhone 6S
The iPhone 6S is the best phone you can buy.In addition to beautiful hardware, iPhone owners are guaranteed to always get the best apps first from third-party developers and reliable software updates with the latest and greatest features from Apple. No other device can offer that.

Price: $649

Hence This are the World’s Most Rated Smartphones Till Date i.e 9 July 2016.

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