Is the Sony Xperia Z5 not taking your fancy? Well there's plenty of competition out there whether you want something with an iOS flavour, another Android provider or something else from the house of Sony.
The iPhone 6S is one of the best smartphones on the planet. If you don't want to go with Android, it's worth a look. It sports a similar design to the iPhone 6 but comes with an improved A9 processor, an improved 12MP camera sensor and the newest iOS 9 slapped on top.
There's also a new screen technology called 3D Touch that can tell how hard you're pressing on the screen and gives you some new functionality to speed up your everyday productivity, at least until the iPhone 7 launches with iOS 10, likely in September 2016.
Samsung Galaxy S6
There's no hiding the fact we loved last year's Samsung flagship. The Galaxy S6 undid everything the Galaxy S5 did wrong and brought in a bunch of new high-end specs that actually surprised us.
The screen on the Galaxy S6 is just about the same size as the one on the Xperia Z5 but it's packed with a load more pixels, coming in with 577ppi. It does look beautiful and there's something similar between the new Sony Xperia design and the Galaxy S6.
The phone comes with a high-end Exynos processor, lots of storage options, a 16MP rear facing camera with gorgeous results. While the Samsung Galaxy S7 is around the corner, this Android phone remains a true champion.
Sony Xperia Z5 Premium
If you're looking for higher pixels, you'll want the Xperia Z5 Premium. Although the phone hasn't launched yet, it's awfully exciting as it's going to be the first phone to market that features a 4K display.
It's much the same as the Xperia Z5 but it hosts a much bigger screen at 5.5-inches with a 4K resolution making it a mammoth 806ppi.
That's huge and looks beautiful, so if you're willing to pay £120 extra for a phone that just has a better front rather than more power under the hood, you'll be more than happy with the Xperia Z5 Premium.
Released in May this year, the LG G4 improved on quite a few areas of the G3 significantly. It certainly doesn't feel as premium as the Xperia Z5 with its plastic backing but it boasts similar specs.
That design also means it has a removable battery, which is handy if you're ever the kind to swap them when out on the go. It includes a 5.5-inch display, slightly larger than the Xperia Z5, but it's a 2K resolution offering a much higher pixel quality than the Xperia Z5.
Plus it does that with a similar battery life to Sony's offering and embarrasses it quite a bit in that department. In fact, it's even a similar size and comes in cheaper due to LG dropping the price so many times. If you're not sure about the Z5, this could be a better option until the LG G5 arrives as its replacement.