As smartphones become ubiquitous, they're quickly replacing traditional point-and-shoot cameras as the go-to devices for taking quick photos. The quality of smartphone cameras is quite good, and smartphones make it easy to share those images with others, wherever you are.
But not all smartphone cameras are created equal. The iPhone 6 Plus, for example, has extremely fast autofocus and a dual-LED flash, and the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active can survive dunks underwater and drops to the ground. Here are the best smartphone cameras for 2014. (All prices are with a two-year carrier contract.)
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