The Mobile Site Will Announce: the Year’s Best Design

2015 has featured on a multitude of smartphones with focus on design, but which takes the best out and must run with victory?

2015 has someone been the year where there have been large focus on a beautiful design. Alluminiumsdesigns adorn smartphones like never before. Apple continues the same iconic and critically acclaimed iPhone design, Samsung goes new ways with glass backs and LG with leather, while other manufacturers are testing new, interesting designs.

This year features on smartphones in all imaginable forms and sizes, but the smartphone to be recognized as the most beautiful? You can now help decide by voting on one of the 14 candidates below, now that 2015 coming to end.

Apple iPhone 6S
Apple continues the tradition with the classic iPhone design that does not look like any other smartphone-and consumers and reviewers are crazy with that. Don’t be fooled by the fact that iPhone 6s look like last year’s predecessor on the dot, for Apple has reinforced aluminum construction greatly this year.

Google Nexus 6 p
Google has, in cooperation with Huawei created a design gem with Nexus 6 p, where both metal and glass on the back gives a finish right at the top with the distinctive black glass window located on the back.

Htc One A9
The Aluminum-clad One A9 from HTC is without a doubt a beautiful smartphone, but at the same time, it is not to be mistaken, what competitor HTC has been inspired a little too much of: iPhone 6s.
Htc One M9
“Why change something that works?”, the idea must have been with HTC during the design process of One M9, for there has been no major differences to its predecessor, One M8, which has won numerous design awards.

Huawei Mate S
The Chinese have also well track of great designs-in particular with Mate S, with an extremely stylish design in metal-of course we almost tempted to say, gives many of the competitors in the same price range battle to the line on the design front.

Huawei P8
Earlier this year showed the same producer, once again, that we do not have to pay a fortune for a thin case with a delicious design constructed in aluminium.

LG G4
LG went on any new ground with its G4-model, where the back consists of genuine leather in a variety of beautiful colors with a transversal sewing with a production times at no less than 12 weeks. Here, the South Korean manufacturer is said to have thought out of the box.

Marshall London
The familiar design from Marshall amplifiers has been retained in this Marshall London-smartphone that has the classic black, matte texture and details made of brass.

Microsoft Lumia 950
The top model from Microsoft offers good enough only on polycarbonate, but it is not to be mistaken that this is a Microsoft-Mobile, since the classic Microsoft DNA earlier Nokia is continued in a nice, stylish design.

Motorola Moto X Style
With Moto X Style continues the company the customary right design with soft corners and edges, as distinguished from the other designs. Motorola lets you customize the design for your particular taste at the same time with different materials and different colors on the back of the frame.

OnePlus 2
The Chinese manufacturer offers the unique Sands tone Black-back with the fine, rough texture that no one else offers, while the frame is now done in solid aluminium.
Samsung Galaxy S6
Samsung scrapped everything called plastic in Galaxy S6 and did only use of aluminum for the frame and the glass on the front and the back.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Also Galaxy S6 edge consists of metal and glass, but it is the curved screen, which causes it to stand out from the crowd and give a unique experience, which never has been seen before.
Sony Xperia Z5
Sony is also one of the producers who have not made any major design changes from its predecessor.Just like Galaxy S6, it consists of a frame in aluminium and a front and back of the glass, but in a more edgy format-both with regard to the edges and corners.