Design of a smartpone is one of its key features that cannot simply be ignored. Smartphone vendors focus a lot on design elements, in order to give their device an edge over rivals.
This week, Huawei launched the Honor 7i with unique design features, and a week back Samsung announced the new generation Galaxy Note and S6 Edge smartphones that don a very premium look to charm potential consumers. These are not all, as there have been quite a handful of smartphones launched in 2015 that got some extra ratings mainly due to their design elements.
If you too are looking for a smartphone that boasts good looks with a unique design element, check out our list of seven nicely done smartphones launched this year:
Huawei Honor 7i
Huawei launched the Honor 7i with an exciting new design that makes it look different from the crowd. It features a flip-out rear camera that goes up to 180 degree to double up as a selfie shooter. It is not that we have not seen swivel cameras earlier, but this still adds to the looks of the phone. Furthermore, the device comes with a fingerprint sensor that is placed on the right side of the device, which is quite unusual. The sensor can be unlocked with wet fingers and be used as camera shutter button.
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+
A look at the Samsung's newly launched Galaxy S6 Edge+ will simply make you fall in love with it, due to its dual-edge curved design that oozes premiumness from all angles. Additionally, this top of the line phone is loaded with high end specifications. But for all this, you will have to pay heftily at almost Rs 58,000.
Also read: First impressions of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 5 along with the Galaxy S6 Edge+ at its Unpacked event in in New York, last week. The new Note version scores high in the design department due to its glass and metal chassis combined with S-Pen.
The all new smartphone from OnePlus, dubbed as OnePlus 2, was announced worldwide in a unique Virtual Reality event. The phone dons metal chassis, which is a big improvement from its previous version. This phone gets an edge over others because it is amongst a very few devices that offers USB C-Type connectivity, which is a reversible port.
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Sony Xperia M4 Aqua
Sony's mid-range offering - the Xperia m4 Aqua, as its name suggests, comes with water resistant capabilities, apart from the company's Omnibalance design. The phone packs in good features and was launched for Rs. 24,990, but is now available for much less.
LG G Flex 2
The LG G Flex 2 may not be an awesome performer, but is in this list for its curved display design and self-healing rear panel that make it simply unconventional, in comparison to its flat rivals. Though not everyone finds the design appealing enough, we think the phone looks pretty unique.
LG's G4 is the company flagship smartphone that boasts leather-finished back panel, which can be removed as well. The phone is designed well, and has received mixed review for its performance.
Read More: LG G4 first impressions