After Yahoo, Google has released the annual top 10 most searched gadgets.
It has revealed that the Apple's branded devices were the most sought after by people across the globe. The company's flagship smartphone iPhone 6S topped the list, while Apple Watch and iPad Pro settled for the third and fourth positions.
Three of Samsung smartphones â€” Galaxy S6, Galaxy J5 and Note 5 â€” also made it to Google's list. Microsoft, Huawei, LG and HTC managed to get only one slot each in the chart.
Here are Google's top 10 most searched devices (2015):
1) Apple iPhone 6S: It was unveiled in September and released in India in October. A key attribute of iPhone 6S is its 3D Touch display feature. It enables the device's screen to intuitively sense the difference in finger pressure to enable new gestures â€” Peek and Pop. Users can dip in and out of content without losing their place. They just need to press the screen lightly to get a Peek at a photo, email, web page or other content, and if pressed a little deeper, they can Pop into the content itself. [More details of iPhone 6S, HERE]
2) Samsung Galaxy S6: In response to underwhelming reception to the company's 2014 flagship phone Galaxy S5, Samsung took radical decisions for the 2015 phone with all new design and metal body. The results are there for all to see. Galaxy S6 sports all-metal body with an additional layer of Gorilla glass protection. [More details, HERE]
3) Apple Watch: It was unveiled in September 2014, but the smart-wearable hit stores only in March this year. Despite the huge price-tag, Apple Watch managed to attract buyers. [For further information, click HERE]
4) Apple iPad Pro: It is Apple's biggest tablet to date. Since the very first model, the iPad has come with a 9.7-inch display, but the new iPad Pro sports a massive 12.9-inch screen. [More details HERE]
5) LG G4: It was launched in April. The main USP of LG G4 is its feature-rich 16MP camera. It boasts of a wide F1.8 aperture lens that allows 80% more light to the sensor. To enhance the photography experience under low-light condition, the company has incorporated OIS 2.0, which doubles the performance of the improved OIS+ by expanding the range of image stabilisation from one degree to two degrees on the X- and Y-axis and adding a third axis, making LG G4 the industry's best camera phone. It also houses an 8MP snapper on the front. [More details HERE]
6) Samsung Note 5: Unveiled in September, Galaxy Note 5 flaunts a 5.7-inch super AMOLED QHD (2560x1440p) display and houses the company's proprietary Exynos 7420 SoC (System on Chip) backed by Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, 4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB inbuilt storage options and 3000 mAh battery. [More details HERE]
7) Samsung Galaxy J5: Samsung Galaxy J5 made its global debut along with the J7 in China in June. The main talking point of this phone is its camera. Galaxy J5 houses a 13MP camera with LED flash, f/1.9 aperture and auto-focus on the rear. On the front, they ship with a feature-rich 5MP 85-degree wide-angle camera which can extend up to 120 degrees to enrich photography experience. The camera is equipped with LED flash to get a perfect picture even in low-light conditions. [More details HERE]
8) HTC One M9: It is touted to be the industry's first smartphone to boast a dual-tone metal finish uni-body design language, wherein the phone's rear is a silver-coated metal, whereas on the edges, it has gold-coated metal, providing a dual metal finish on the outlook. [More details HERE]
9) Huawei Google Nexus 6P: It is said to the Google's first true flagship phone. Huawei gave the Nexus 6P an all-metal body. On the front it sports a 5.7-inch QHD display with having a staggering pixel density of 518 ppi (pixels per inch). [More details HERE]
10) Microsoft Surface Pro 4: It was unveiled in October. Microsoft Surface Pro is a multi-utility tablet which can turn into a full-fledged PC when connected to a smart keypad accessory. It sports a mammoth 12.3-inch display with Corning Gorilla glass protection. [More details HERE]