Being a student definitely is no easy task; you have to meet up with deadlines, study hard, and put in extra work in basically everything you do. However, smartphones can make things easier. This is why we have made a list of some smartphones that you can get. We out a lot of factors into consideration while compiling this list (including price), so don't feel bad if you don't get to see what you expected.

Samsung Galaxy S5

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is nothing short of an awesome phone for every college student. As at May 2014, this was one of the best selling smartphones in the world and although it has definitely fallen greatly in the hierarchy and pecking order (due to the release of Apple, Samsung, LG, and Motorola smartphone , just to mention a few), that doesn't diminish from the fact that it is a great phone nonetheless. It features a large screen that measures 5.1 inches (and which also supports Full HD view for an immersive Irwin experience). This means that it is great for watching and streaming videos. It also has a 16 megapixel camera for taking stunning visuals.
The Galaxy S5 features fingerprint security technology (and it works well here, too). You will have the ability to store up to three separate fingerprints on the phone, so you and that special person in your life can have full access to the phone if you want. This keeps your files, pictures, videos, etc secure and away from unwanted eyes.
The Galaxy S5 also includes a heart rate monitor that can help you keep track of your general fitness.
All of these and many more are the features that you can expect to get from the S5. It is powerful, sleek, and highly stylish.

iPhone 5s

It is no news that a vast majority of college kids today are huge fans of Apple Inc.'s brand of mobile phones. However, while most of them might not be able to afford recent flagships like the iPhones X, 8, 7 (and maybe even the 6), the iPhone 5s can step in an a useful alternative. The iPhone 5s is a decent phone by every sense and stretch of the word. It features a screen that measures 4 inches, which isn't all that bad. The small size of the screen is supplemented by the great resolution and display quality. The rear camera is only 8 megapixels while the front-facing camera packs 1.2 megapixels. Regardless, though. This phone is still Abe to capture some pretty beautiful shots.

The iPhone 5s runs on the Apple iOS 7 operating system, which in itself isn't bad (although if you like, you can upgrade to the latest version; the iOS 10, and it won't give you any compatibility issues). There is also the presence of the fingerprint scanner, if you'll like an extra layer of security (this was actually the first iPhone to support the fingerprint scanning technology). Apple's ubiquitous and ever-sassy digital assistant Siri is also available on the 5s, and you can use her for various tasks; making calls, sending texts, checking the prevalent weather, and much more.

Google Nexus 5

Basically every single college student will be lucky to own the Google Nexus 5. It comes with a 4.95-inch screen that has a wonderful display capacity. This means that the phone is excellent for functions such as movie streaming, watching videos, etc. Its back camera carries 8 megapixels, and you can also enjoy access to some top of the line editing options for getting stunning visuals.
The Google Nexus 5 was the first smartphone to come with the Android 4.4 KitKat operating system more-installed on it, so this is probably the operating system that you will get and as far as operating systems go, it isn't bad at all. It's fast, making it perfect for students that do a lot of moving around. You can also get a wide array of accessories with the Google Nexus 5, including earbuds, phone cases, pouches, etc.
pretty neat, wouldn't you say?

HTC One M8

Of what you're looking for is a sleek and industrial look, then you'll love the HTC One M8. Although it's not a top-selling device, it takes up the numbers in the performance department nonetheless. The screen is 5 inches, and there's a high resolution as well to impress and make for a nice viewing experience.
The HTC One M8 comes with a lot of exciting satires that can be accessed with motion gestures. The camera also has dual lens at the back of the phone, thereby reducing your chances of coming out with blurry pictures and enhancing any panorama images that you might want to capture

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Tanvir Zafar is senior author at huffpost