The smartphone market is booming everyday. The choice to purchase which phone is becoming more
and more complex too. The question is, what would you like to have in your next smartphone and what you are going to trade-off to get that is a once personal decision or opinion. But, here we have sorted a list of Top 10 Best Smartphones one should have a look before going to make a final decision on their next smartphone.
Here, we go with Top 10 Best Smartphones-
10. Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini
Samsung Galaxy S4 mini have a vibrant screen, bright and clear enough, added to the fact it’s only 4.3-inches large, mean the S4 Mini is a lot easier to hold in the hand, and the camera is as powerful as we’d expect on a phone of this size and price point.
9. Google Nexus 4
Top of the line chipset, an excellent screen and the latest Android version – does it get better than this? Well, if you are Google, it actually does. The Nexus 4 is a proper flagship smartphone, but with a mid-market price tag. A fast-track pass to future Android updates only comes to sweeten up an already great deal.
8. Apple iPhone 5C
Apple iPhone 5c is a very solid smartphone – we know it well because we’ve spent a year with its previous alter ego, the iPhone 5. We didn’t find any difference between the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5 that goes beyond the exterior. Sure the battery has grown by 70 mAh, but that’s not the kind of difference you can feel in real-life usage. So had the iPhone 5c become the midrange smartphone that rumors tipped it to be, it would have been a real winner. However, its pricing puts it on par or well above than just about every smartphone on the market – barring its own 5s sibling – so things look a bit different.
7. Samsung Galaxy S4
The big 5″ screen fits into a very compact body (same footprint as the Galaxy S III and slimmer), the new 1080p Super AMOLED matrix offers a significant improvement in image quality, the 13MP camera is one of the best around and, performance-wise.
6. Apple iPhone 5S
Apple is the screen – a big screen (4.3-4.7″, perhaps) is a must for a high-end smartphone with aspirations for multimedia consumption, gaming and productivity. The resolution could use an update too – the PPI was stunning in 2010 when the iPhone 4 was announced, not so much today. We guess we have to wait until iPhone 6 to, hopefully, get that wish granted.
5. Sony Xperia Z
The Xperia Z is a burst of confidence and inspiration that will rally the troops and send a warning to the opposition. The Xperia Z seems to have all the best technology currently available under the hood. The Sony Xperia Z is stuff geeks’ dreams are made of, it’s designed and built to the highest standard and has raw processing power to spare. IP57-certified – on top of that – for dust and water resistance, it’s tougher than most competitors. High-end smartphones aren’t quite fit for the beach or white water rafting, but the Xperia Z won’t be at odds with your active lifestyle.
4. LG G2
LG G2 is powered by the best mobile chipset available, it has a beautiful big screen with almost no bezel to speak of, and it even runs the latest Android version. But that’s not what the LG G2 is going to be known for. No, the G2 will be remembered as one of the few devices to bring true hardware innovation for the first time in many years. While most makers just keep on pushing the number of CPU cores or go overboard with screen size, LG takes a fresh approach to how you interact with a big-screen phone in the most natural way.
3. Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Galaxy Note 3 phablet continues the tradition of being the current generation’s Galaxy S phone on steroids – a large 5.7″ screen (in a body the size of the Note II), choice of Snapdragon 800 or Exynos 5420 chipsets, 2160p (a.k.a. UHD) video recording, USB 3.0 (a first on a pocketable device) and Samsung’s ever-growing list of software features available right out-of-the-box.
2. Sony Xperia Z1
Sony is using the best chipset on the market, the Snapdragon 800. TheIP58 certification, which means the phone will easily go swimming with you so you can take it in the pool or wade into the sea. Water resistance is good all year round, not just summer vacation – a spilled glass can turn a $600+ gadget into a paperweight.Sony Xperia Z1 is a reasonably powerful camcorder. It captures 1080p videos at just under 30 frames per second with a good bitrate of 17-18Mbps with stereo sound recording with a bitrate of 132 Kbps and 48 kHz audio sampling rate.
1. HTC One
Arguably one of the most exciting pieces of smartphone design in recent times, the HTC One is also properly powered and flaunts a screen that should please even the most demanding eyes. It also brings an overdue redesign of the Sense UI and a new camera that takes a completely new approach to mobile photography.
So, here ends our list of Top 10 Smartphones. Which one is best for you? Is still your decision to make.
Well, we know there are many Apple fans out there who are so well brainwashed that they can still
wait in lines for whole night or days to get hands on a new Apple iPhone. But, here the question arises why there is so much hype for just a gadget which doesn’t have new features as compared to Android OS? Mostly it has became a cult of Apple iPhone.
Below are the top 10 reasons – Don’t Buy Apple iPhone
10.You Don’t Get Much Screen Considering How Big It Is The screen size is so small compared to current market norms it become completely horrible experience to browse videos, play games or even typing using the virtual on-screen keyboard. 9. Not Actually That Great As A Phone
iPhone’s didn’t performed well on many bench marks. The hardware specification of an Apple iPhone is generations back compared to Android OS. Best example : Every high end smartphone today in market have NFC function. But, seems like it will be next big thing for Apple to get it(means another year of slavery).
8. Buying iPhone Encourages The Walled-Garden Business Model The closed iOS environment makes the development a sluggish process. While on contrary to iOS Android OS is open source you can lay around with your device as you want and you don’t have to pay anything to anyone. And, thank god- No more filthy Law Suits. 7. Most iOS innovation are Android OS copies
Now, that’s a bad habit. The best example of it in the new iOS7 where users can have access to quick settings using the status bar which comes from the bottom of screen compared to what we see in the Android OS where it comes from the top. (The next big thing from Apple) 6. Outdated Design The design of Apple iPhone 5S is 2 years old. Still for some people is the next big thing in industry. Apple follows the same single button on the screen cult which is by far 5 years old design model approach. Oh, guess what now it have fingerprint sensor. Wow, it took Apple 1 year to add just a new feature while other companies like Samsung, Sony, HTC etc are the true leaders in the mobile industry which are taking smartphones into new paradigms of mobile evolution. 5. No micro SD Slot
Explain me why can’t you put a simple memory slot on a phone. Let me tell you because Apple want you to pay heavy price to purchase there 3 different models depending on your need(8GB,16GB, 32GB). And, you get locked with that phone for 2 years with a contract. On most Android OS smartphones you have ability to extend memory. And, thanks to HD movie recording features in Apple iPhone, you will soon going to run off your memory.
4. Camera Update To far behind the competitors Apple’s great marketing spiel about the 5S’s improved sensor and iOS 7 imaging software, the fact is there are better camera phones out there, such as the recently launched Nokia Lumia 1020 or Sony Xperia Z1. 3. The Cost Recently launched Apple iPhone 5c was priced at £469 for the cheapest 16GB model, the 5C is effectively the iPhone 5 downgraded into a plastic casing and with a slightly reduced price tag compared with the iPhone 5S’s cost of £549. Seems like Apple is competing with itself. They jut want to keep there loyal fans troll around there head for Plastic Vs metal combination rather than trying to get new customers. 2. Barely a Stand out in crowd One of the strongest selling points the iPhone had was that it was new and interesting. Having an iPhone marks you out as a follower rather than a leader of fashion, these days. Technical wise y9ou are lagging far behind in smartphone age if you’re using Apple iPhone. (No OTG,NFC,MIracast, No memory slot etc). 1. Can’t remove battery
If you are a heavy user you might run out of battery soon in a day. Well, if you have a spare battery you can just pop in and can go on with out any trouble for running towards a wall socket for charging you device in crowded place or office. For many, battery swap can become a deal breaker.
Here is the end of our list. Now, it’s your choice. Whether you want to be in forefront of technology with Android OS or want to be struck in a abyss with Apple’c cult which can lead you no where than making you an iSheep.
What do you think? Please, leave your comments below.
For casual tablet users or those already knee-deep in Amazon’s digital media abyss, the Kindle Fire HD is a fantastic option, especially at the low entry price.
It offers a simple and uncomplicated experience through and through, and is built to support the digital media it aims to sell you, with an excellent screen (for a seven-incher) and surprisingly ample speakers.
Number 9: Asus FonePad
The Asus FonePad is a very accomplished Android tablet and offers amazing value-for-money. If you’re not planning on spending a fortune, but still want a tablet with a wide choice of apps and features then you could do a lot worse than picking up this one in particular.
Number 8: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Sure, it’s a mite expensive, the screen quality is lower than we’ve seen from Samsung in the past and the build quality somewhat lower than the competition, but this is still a fabulous tablet that many workers constantly forced to use a paper and pen will love to try out.
Number 7: Microsoft Surface Pro
It’s a bulky device with significant weight, but at the end of the day you’re pretty much getting a portable PC, and all that power means there’s a wealth of options available on the Surface Pro which you just can’t get on the more standard of tablets.
Number 6: Asus Transformer Pad Infinity
Everything we’d look for in a high-end tablet is present and accounted for with the Transformer Pad Infinity.
While power is always welcomed, it was the improved screen that really caught our attention. Given that we use our tablet mostly for browsing the web and watching video, we couldn’t help but marvel at the resolution, either. if you’re looking for a top Android tablet (and have the cash to splash), then the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity should be at the top of your list.
Number 5: Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
The Galaxy Note 8.0 is a good device. There are better out there for the money, and with an arguably better design as well. However, for those that like the S Pen as a tool, it’s a great offering, albeit not really worth the extra cash for most.
Number 4: Google Nexus 10
The Google Nexus 10 is easily one of the best Android tablets on the market and while it’s not quite as fantastic value for money as the Nexus 7, it certainly gives Apple’s high-priced iPad 4 a run for its money. For the price you’re paying, you won’t be disappointed.
Number 3: iPad 4
Dodgy name aside, the new iPad is the crème de la crème of the tablet market. The eye-popping Retina Display is something to behold, the vast array of tablet apps in the App Store is something Google Play can’t touch, and the OS simply just works.
If your pockets are deep and your need is great, then the new iPad 4 is the tablet for you – and the tablet that all other 10-inch offerings are compared to.
Number 2: Google Nexus 7
The Google Nexus 7 is the best budget Android tablet on the market. Nothing in its price range is able to touch it, although Apple has managed to have the last laugh with the iPad Mini.
If you’re looking for a tablet which doesn’t cost an arm or a leg, but provides enough power to act as an extra limb, then look no further – the Google Nexus 7 is the tablet for you, and the 32GB / 3G upgrade is enough to push it up into second spot.
Number 1: iPad mini
“The iPad mini is the best iPad Apple has ever created” – need we say more? That’s the official verdict from our in-depth review. If you have the extra cash to spend on the iPad mini over the likes of the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD, you won’t be disappointed.