Saturday, June 8, 2013

Latest: Top 10 Cellphones

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Cell Phones are the most common gadget every individual all over the world has.

Top 1: 


 The HTC One's combination of innovation and sumptuous hardware is a testament to the brand, and shows that new things can still come to our smartphones without costing the earth. Sure, it's not the cheapest handset by any means, but it's perfectly in line with what we'd expect from a flagship.

Top 2:


The Galaxy S4 shell isn't made of metal meaning it doesn't feel as premium, but what you're giving up in feel you're getting back in weight, removable battery and general hardiness - the combination of Gorilla Glass 3 and a plastic shell means this is one tough cookie.

It's slick, it's fast and it wipes the floor with the competition in so many ways. The 13MP camera is one of the best we've seen on a phone for getting that picture, with rich colors and texture the way forward.

Top 3:

iPhone 5

 If you're an iPhone lover and won't ever leave, yes, without question. It's got a larger screen, a superb new design and generally all the moves required to make it into a worthy evolution.

Top 4:

Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Samsung has taken a product many people - including us - expected to sink. It's built on that and given us something even better.

 Faster, stronger, better looking and more functional. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is better connected than ever, and thanks to that increased screen size, now takes the crown in our eyes as the perfect media player.

Top 5:

Nokia Lumia 920

The Nokia Lumia 920 is a big, brutish smartphone, but under that weighty exterior is a decent phone that just wants to do things the simple way.
The Windows Phone 8 is an intriguing proposition offering up something very different to the iOS and Android systems we've become accustomed too, and the Lumia 920 is currently the most powerful handset running it.

Top 6:

Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD

 The Razr Maxx HD doesn't have the grunt of the other powerhouses out there (like the Galaxy S3), and doesn't offer the same chipset smooth integration that you get with the iPhone or Windows Phone devices that mitigates the need for the superior number of cores.

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together to bring to market a fantastic offering. The fact of the matter is that this is a handset with world-class specs - yet it's at a price you'd expect to get a budget phone for. Sure, there are a few things that could have been done better, but the positives definitely outweigh the negatives.
Running Jelly Bean 4.2 as Google intended.

Top 8:


The Droid DNA is a very good smartphone, thanks to beefy hardware and Android 4.1: Jelly Bean
 A quad-core smartphone is nothing new, but 2GB of RAM is. These specs show from the minute you boot up the DNA and start flying across its panels. Standard apps open in the blink of an eye, and the load times on games are a breeze.

Top 9:

HTC First

The HTC First, the so-called Facebook phone, isn't really the ultimate device for sharing on the world's premier social network. Instead, it's a not at all bad mid-range device, blessed with a stock version of Android 4.1: Jelly Bean

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Formerly in first place on this list, the Samsung Galaxy S3 still holds a position among the top ten showing it's still something quite special.

Thanks to those inventors and innovators, they do not stick to the present Technology but still , 
they invent and discover what future cell phones can do...

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