Hipster phones are a bit of a buzzword these days, with some people saying that they are all-rounder.
But what about a device that you can just have on your wrist?
Or perhaps you can’t wait until next week for the next Android update?
Read more:Hipster phones: The best and worst of themAll the hipster phones reviewed in this article are from the first year of this review, so there’s no comparison to be made between these devices and other phones out there.
There’s a reason for that, of course.
It’s because they are hipster devices, and we love them.
You see, these devices are built to be versatile and capable of any situation.
There are phones that look like smartphones, but are actually small laptops, and phones that are more like tablets, but with a touchscreen.
You get to choose between a smartwatch and a tablet, or between a smartphone and a PC, and so on.
It is an endless variety.
You could also call them mini phones.
These are the same devices as the ones you find in many fashion stores, but the difference is that these are smaller and easier to hold, with a slightly larger screen than a smartphone.
They are also more compact than the regular smartphone, with the same size, thickness and battery life as a smartphone, although the screen is much smaller.
So, what are hipsters’ best and baddest smartphones?
Let’s start with the good.
The most popular hipster smartphone is the Huawei Mate 8, which is a small Android phone with a 1080p screen and a Snapdragon 810 processor, but it comes with a fingerprint scanner.
The Mate 8 is a good phone, but if you’re looking for a bigger device with a screen that’s a bit bigger than a standard smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi 5 will do.
It has a 1080×1920 screen, is 4G capable, a 5-inch 1080p display and comes with an Android operating system, but sadly there’s a 5.8-inch version that costs £249.99.
If you’re willing to pay more, the Asus Zenfone 2 Pro with a 5,600mAh battery will come in at £399.99, and the Nokia Lumia 950 XL comes in at around £529.99 for the same device.
The Mate 8 has a 5″ 1080p touchscreen, which isn’t the biggest you’ll find on a smartphone these days.
You’ll also find the Huawei P10, which has a bigger 5.7″ screen, a Snapdragon 820 processor and 4G LTE connectivity.
It also comes with NFC, but this isn’t really a feature worth mentioning, as it’s only for the Mate 8.
The Huawei P9 has a larger 5.5″ screen with a quad-core processor and a 4G connectivity.
But it also has a fingerprint sensor.
The P9 is also a better value, as you can get it for £399, which makes it a more affordable device for the hipsters out there, but that’s about all the Mate 9 will ever be.
Another device from the same company is the Xiaomi Redmi Note, which features a 1080i touchscreen and a 1,280 x 768 display.
It comes with Android 8.0 Oreo and is powered by a Snapdragon 808 processor, although you can pick up a 128GB model for £549.99 from Xiaomi.
It runs a 1.5GHz quad-Core processor, with 2GB of RAM and 4GB of storage, and comes in either a 2GB or 4GB RAM configuration.
There’s also a Xiaomi Mi Note 2 that comes with the latest version of Android Oreo, and it’s powered by the Snapdragon 805 processor.
It sports a 2,560 x 1,440 display and runs a 2.1GHz quad CPU, but also has 3GB of memory.
The Xiaomi Mi 4 comes in a 3,100mAh battery and comes preloaded with Android 7.1.2 Nougat, which means it will work with the Mi Note, as well as any Android device that comes pre-loaded.
The Xiaomi Mi 2 is a very similar device to the Mi 2, and sports a 1080 x 1920 screen, but has a 1″ 1080P display and a dual-camera setup, and also comes preinstalled with Android Oreos.
This one is a bit more expensive, but its battery life is better.
The Lenovo IdeaPad U3 with a 4.7-inch display is the first of these devices that I really want to have on my wrist.
It features a 1920 x 1080 display with a 1GHz quad processor, an 8GB of ram, 16GB of internal storage, Android 8 and Android OreOS.
It can also be preloaded Android 7 and Windows 10, which all work well, and is designed to be the first smartphone that you’re going to buy for yourself, and you won’t regret it.
I’ll also mention the Xiaomi G6