1. Motorola Moto X

    Motorola Moto X

    A valiant effort. The Moto X does stand out from the crowd. But its asking price is too high considering other smartphones on the market

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  2. LG G Flex

    LG G Flex

    If you can forgive the lower res screen, the G Flex offers all the goodness of the G2 with an added curvy cool factor

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  3. Sony Xperia Z1

    Sony Xperia Z1

    Sony fans will love it – this speedy slab of Xperia glass is an impressive smartphone

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  4. Google Nexus 5

    Google Nexus 5

    A decent all-rounder that remains a steal, but now left behind by new arrivals

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  5. Apple iPhone 5S

    Apple iPhone 5S

    Product of the Year, 2013. A fresh new OS, techy tricks and the best smartphone sound quality means the iPhone isn’t done impressing us just yet

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  7. Huawei Ascend P6

    Huawei Ascend P6

    Nicely designed and simple to use, the P6 is let down by its sound and video performance

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  8.  Apple iPhone 5C

    Apple iPhone 5C

    Take a look at the long-awaited, much-rumoured "budget" iPhone 5C. A cheap iPhone, it is not, but it is indeed, as the rumours tipped, a plastic iPhone.

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  9. LG Optimus L5 II

    LG Optimus L5 II

    This budget smartphone doesn't challenge the best phones around but solid all-round performance make it an affordable alternative

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  10. Nokia Lumia 925

    Nokia Lumia 925

    Premium build, a lovely camera and increasingly strong app content: this is the best Windows Phone yet

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  11. Google Nexus 4

    Google Nexus 4

    Our once-favourite Android bows down to fine rivals. Still great value, though

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