Smartphone is a mobile phone with advanced features as well as advanced computing capability and connectivity. These phones are built on a mobile operating system. The Operating system (OS) used by the latest Smartphones include Google’s Android, Microsoft’s Windows phone, Apple’s iOS and so on. For multimedia & internet usage people prefer Smartphones with large screens.
Samsung Galaxy Note II
The all new Galaxy Note II is a very stunning Smartphone. The appearance of this phone is designed in such a way that it is a very large phone but with a slim body and thus maintaining the ease of handling it. This phone offers a better clarity with its 5.5 inches HD Super AMOLED display and screen ratio of 16:9. The next best feature of this smart phone is one that can perform multiple tasks on the same screen without interrupting or stopping any of the applications. The next best feature is the simply amazing S- pen of this phone. A note will pop up instinctively when you pull out the S-pen and you can write down important phone numbers or other details on this note while the call is maintained on the ON mode. The phone delivers a great power backup, Built with a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor and 3100mAh battery. The Galaxy Note 2 price is about Rs.34,499.
Nokia Lumia 620
This is Nokia’s most affordable Windows 8 devices. The screen of this phone is comparatively larger than the earlier models of this phone but still it is very handy. The edges are curved around gently forming a rounded back. This Smartphone has a 5MP camera at the back with a LED flash and a front-facing VGA camera. There’s already 8GB of built-in storage from the outset but the ones who love to keep more and more stuffs in their mobile phones should not get disheartened as the Microsoft is still offering 7GB of cloud storage through SkyDrive. The phone comes in funky colors and has a touch-screen of 3.8-inches that matches the resolution of most Windows Phones — that is, 800 x 480. The 1,300mAh battery inside is smaller than the one found in its predecessor; however it’s replaceable this time.
Samsung Galaxy S III
Samsung Galaxy S III is an ultrafast smart phone and this uses the very latest version 4.0.4 Android, with codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich processor. This is one of the best versions of the Google’s operating system. Samsung is going with the new back and menu buttons on this phone. It includes well-designed features like the face unlock feature, which matches you to a previously taken photo. There is a voice recognition service called an S – voice in this mobile phone. There’s also a completely new feature called the Smart Call, which dials any number for you by raising the phone to your ear from the contact details screen. The Galaxy S III has the same 8 MP camera as its predecessor, whereas its front camera is a 1.9MP sensor.
Google Nexus 4
Google and LG have designed a breathtaking design of this phone. This Smartphone is loaded with a complete new range of features like the quad-core software processor, a massive RAM of 2GB, a wonderful 4.7 inches display and this phone is running with the latest version of Google’s OS, the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean software. The front face of this Smartphone is covered with a single piece of glass stretching up to the edges, however the edges are curved. The standard Jelly Bean 4.2 keyboard is very smooth while operating and it displays the suggested words as well when a person types on the keyboard.
The whole new HTC Butterfly is definitely going to rule the world with its full HD 1080p, 5-inch screen, now view all your favourite programs and shows with a beautiful picture quality. This HTC phone provides you the freedom to take more and more people in the picture with its 88 degree, ultra-wide front angle lens. The phone has amazing cameras in front and back as well. The HTC Butterfly is slimmer, larger and attractive than any of the phones of its range, it’s simply amazing. Do all that amazing stuff you want to do with the power and performance of the extremely fast, most recent invention, 1.5 GHz Quad-Core Krait processor.
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