Top 15 mobile phones of 2011 compared around the world
- November 12
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2011 is going to end soon and this year we have seen plenty of new mobiles which rock the world and If you call year 2011 “a year of smart phone manufacturer war year” then it will be true. We have seen plenty of law suit against HTC, Samsung and Apple etc and too many launches of new mobiles with two many enhanced features. Let say you need a break from your laptop? then the productivity new smart phones offer a lot more than the ability to make calls these days. Apple and Android has changed the face of simple call making device to smart phones having functions almost similar to laptop, which can be easily fit into your pocket. The trouble is, how do you decide which is the best one for you? Here is the list of Top 15 mobile phones of 2011 compared around the world, which is your next phone? please let us know
The last update saw the Samsung Galaxy S2 Grabbed crown and named king of Smart phones – the combo of Android 2.3 and a beautiful screen in a tightly packaged body saw it head straight to the top of the pile. But now Apple has finally brought out another version of the iPhone (if you want a sneaky peek, you can read our iPhone 4S review) so check out our list see if it’ll have what it takes to finally get an iPhone on top spot and help you choose a phone to buy.
1. Samsung Galaxy S2
The Samsung Galaxy S2 has taken the mobile phone world by storm since it’s release in May. In fact before it even went on sale the handset had received over 3 million pre-orders. It is the most powerful smartphone available on the market today with a staggering 1.2ghz dual core CPU. The Samsung Galaxy S2 is a phone we’re excited to whip out in a pub and show off to our friends – and millions of people already are. It’s the ultimate media mobile, the next generation in web browsing thanks to slick Flash integration, a very good replacement for a pocket camcorder and, goshdarnit, it makes calls pretty well too.
2. iPhone 4S
The iPhone 4S comes with a dual-core processor, a better camera, a smarter virtual assistant and twice the storage of its predecessor — if you don’t mind paying for it. Like the iPhone 3GS did before to the 3G, the 4S bumps the iPhone 4 down to second-class status, leaving those Apple fans who must have the best aspiring to own its decidedly familiar exterior. Apple says this is the most amazing iPhone ever. Is it? Yes, of course it is, but read on to see whether it’s really worth an upgrade.
It’s one of the most expensive phones on the market, so have a think whether you really want the latest features, as the iPhone 4 and 3GS are cheaper alternatives… but make no mistake, this is another cracking smartphone from Apple, and while many will be undoubtedly upset it’s not number one, if you’re an Apple fan then this is your number one phone.
3. HTC Sensation
HTC has gone from being an unknown manufacturer for bigger brands to one spewing out leading Android smartphones. HTC has recognised that in bringing out a phone that ticks all the boxes for the most sought-after tech, bringing an 8MP camera, 1080p video recording, a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm chipset and a qHD resolution 4.3-inch screen.
The HTC Sensation is a cracking piece of kit despite being behind the S2 (and now the iPhone 4S), with Sense 3.0 being a real joy to use. The HTC Desire was the phone that showed the world what HTC could do, and the Sensation is a big step change once more. The dual-core power really shows, and the HTC Watch service is one to, well, watch as bringing movie downloads to a phone on the go could be the next big thing.
4. Sony Ericsson Arc S
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