Reviews about best smartphone 2011 and best smartphone 2012
Posted On : September 5, 2012
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Which are the best phones for you? This question does not have a permanent answer, as times are changing so are the requirements. The mobile shop is getting as busy as any business in the world could ever. Every one of us keeps looking forward mobile phone reviews to see the upcoming changes in this mobile phone world.
Let us discuss few smartphone which have been best smartphone 2011 or for the best smartphone 2012. If not all of us but most of us definitely own one best smartphone? But the problem is on how to decide when you need to pick the best phones for you.
As of today the big market clash is between Samsung, Apple and Nokia for the best smartphone 2012. Let us pick few of the best smartphone 2011 or later and discuss some salient features that could gather your interest and help you to look out for few more mobile phone reviews.
iPhone 4: Apple’s iPhone 4 was a big leap from the earlier version iPhone 3GS. iPhone 4's Retina Display was a surprise when it was launched owing to its size of 960x640. The advantage for the iPhone 4 is that it runs much improved in the new iOS 5 - it's more rapid and the battery too has a lasts longer.
Samsung Galaxy Note: This phone from Samsung comes in a typical category of its own. It can be put in the category of phone as well as tablet such is its look and size. The S-Pen stylus feature of this Samsung Galaxy Note is much talked about. The mobile phone reviews can help you assess and make it best smartphone 2011 or not.
Blackberry Curve 9360: After the famous Curve 8520, this model of Blackberry Curve 9360 has gone down well with its client base. The keyboard has slightly newer look and the inclusion of NFC helps to connect with other Blackberry devices. Overall its cost effective and acceptable within the class of people who are already fans of Blackberry.
HTC Sensation XE: This was the one that gave Samsung Galaxy 2 a tough fight. Being a dual core device and having Android its as good as anything compared in its region. It has got a quality camera and the UI is great as well. The mobile phone reviews will help you decide on the best to suit your taste
Blackberry Bold 9900: Blackberry has been known to be the best in the messaging devices in the industry and RIM manages to prove this point undoubtedly. This Blackberry Bold 9900 has a high resolution screen with touch capabilities as well. The price being marginally on the higher side is a draw back.
Sony Xperia U: Though Sony Xperia U does not have a large display size, it could still charm you with its features. It matches the speed, features and power of other Android devices in its competition with a higher budget to go along. It was ranked one amongst best smartphone 2011 in a recent survey.
Huawei Ascend G300: It is an Android 2.3 phone slightly higher on the price tag when compared to its competitors in the market. It has a 4-inch WVGA screen, 1GHz processor and slim design to compete with the Blackberry Curve 8520, the Samsung Galaxy Y and the HTC One V. These are all in the tough competition and you need to check for mobile phone reviews.
Motorola Razr Maxx: Finally we have seen Motorola getting back into the market and challenging the likes of Samsung, Apple, HTC and others. This model has got an improved battery, dual core power of Atrix and a superior screen.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray: After Xperia Arc and Xperia Mini proved big, this Xperia Ray has a point to prove. It's got the entrails of the Arc, plus the same pixel count - in a much smaller screen. The display is pin sharp which means a lot. . It was ranked one amongst best smartphone 2011 in a recent survey.
Nokia Lumia 900: This Nokia Lumia 900 is a Windows Phone that comes with a big screen and an excellent OS together. But for the camera, the Nokia Lumia 900 is a challenge to any smartphone competition out there.
Orange San Diego: The San Diego is a serious competitor for anyone looking for a decent smartphone within budgets. Unfortunately you might not get the full range of Android apps. San Diego provides a well rounded smartphone experience. . It was ranked one amongst best smartphone 2011 in a recent survey.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus: This is the first 'Google phone' that has come without the search giant's branding. This smartphone has got an unbelievable screen, a superb new OS and extra elements such as Android Beam for sharing photos, contacts connecting to peripherals. With all its features and its great size with a nice weight it is something to be proud to carry along.
Sony Xperia S: The Xperia S has more than a good bunch of features. Few of them are new HD Screen, 12MP Camera and dual core processor. The battery life is a bit arguable.
LG Optimus 4X HD: With Galaxy S3 and HTC One already in its competition even though LG Optimux 4X HD has all similar features.
HTC One S: Has a nice skin and latest version of Android which is Ice Cream Sandwich. The only drawback being the limitation on 16GB memory cap. Its for sure a great champion of a bet for best smartphone 2011.
Samsung Galaxy S2: This is a great phone, thanks to the Ice Cream Sandwich. The dual-core 1.2GHz processor, the Super AMOLED plus screen and the excellent sonic performance of the media player all combine to make a real great mobile phone. When it comes to internet browsing, navigation, media, or social networking- the Samsung Galaxy S2 is still more than good.
iPhone 4S: 4S can’t take away anything much from Samsung Galaxy S2 but for its apps and effortlessness. The Siri voice recognition and the dual-core processor make it a better choice. The brand name of Apple to go along is nothing short of your expectation.
HTC One X: This is a phone that is worthy of any pocket. The design and software integration is superb and will motivate any phone buyer. It has a large 4.7 Inch HD screen.
Samsung Galaxy S3: Samsung Galaxy S3 is the best smartphone on the market as of today. It has got great battery life, processor speed and media management. The Super AMOLED HD screen and up to 128GB storage make it a master in its class. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is definitely the top contender for the best smartphone 2012
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