Top 5 Smartphones to look for in 2012

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It’s been more than a month that 2012 has arrived and thus it does not make sense to make call it the New Year anymore. This year Windows Phones are hot property and the handsets that are based on this operating system have already stolen the show. There is a lot that can be expected from the luxury mobile phones of 2012, and there is also a general enhancement in the technology of all the handsets that will be released in the market this year. The top 5 smartphones to look for in 2012 are as follows. nokia lumia 900 review and specs

Nokia Lumia 900

Among the latest Smartphones in market 2012 the Nokia Lumia is the most exciting release. The handset is packed with all the recent technologies. The handset is extremely sleek and it is packed with a 4.3 inch AMOLED screen. The handset is based on the Windows Mobile operating system.

The Lumia 900 is the world’s first 4G LTE Windows based handset and it has an 8MP shooter that takes splendid pictures. The handset is a great choice for everyone and what is even more enticing is the fact that the handset comes is a wide range of colours. 

HTC Titan II

The HTC Titan II is the successor of the HTC Titan. One of the top mobile phones 2012 will see, the handset will be the first Windows based 4G LTE handset to be launched in the US and the second it will be packed with a fine 16MP shooter.

The handset packs great features in the form of a 1.5GHz processor, 4.7 inch Super LCD display and an internal storage capacity of 16GB. To add to it, the handset has an extremely great external appearance. 

Motorola Droid Razr Maxx

Among the new mobile phones 2012 will see, the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx will woo you with its looks and the features that it packs. This handset is based on the Android operating system 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. This handset is the successor of the Droid Razr and is sure one step ahead of it. The hamdset packs an 8MP shooter and the most alluring feature of this handset that has got people drooling is the fact that the handset can be used for 21 hours after a single charge.

Samsung Galaxy Note

The Galaxy Note is not new to us and we know about most of its features, the most enticing being its 5.3 inch Super AMOLED screen. The handset seems like a miniature tabled from a distance and thus it is being considered as a hybrid between a Smartphone and a tablet.

The Galaxy Note has a mammoth screen, but it is ultra light and that just adds to the charm of the handset. It comes with an integrated stylus that is also developed with all the latest technology. Other features of the handset include 1.4 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 16GB storage capacity and an 8MP rear facing shooter.

LG Spectrum

Last but not the least is the LG Spectrum, a handset that is clearly a cut above the rest. It is equipped with a 4.5 inch HD display and packs a 1.5GHz processor. The handset has support features in the form of an 8 MP rear facing shooter that is complemented by the Dolby Digital Plus technology. Apart from this is has an on-board storage memory of 16GB. The LG Spectrum has decent looks and is sure to find many takers once it is launched.

The best smartphone 2012 will see is surely not on the list. Even I am not sure which this handset will be, but my best bet is on an Apple device, in case they plan to launch one in the coming year, though it seems unlikely. Till then, these are the top 5 smartphones to look for in 2012.

Guest Post is Written by Paras Sharma Who is Web Entrepreneur, Technology Enthusiast and Blogger. He Loves to play chess and blogs regularly on TechnologyArticlesandTutorials and specialize in writing paperpresentationtopics

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24 COMMENTS

  1. I am impressed with the Droid RAZR, but more impressed with the Droid RAZR MAXX. With an improved 3,300 battery life, the handset that lives last longer up to 21 hours of talk time is still slim at less than 10mm thick. also it is sturdy and nice to hold.. Can’t wait the collaboration of Motorola and Google in the future..

  2. Well Galaxy Note is my dream phone fully loaded with all the desired feature. Also looking forward for Lumia 900 after the hype created by the Lumia series.

  3. I am very much excited about new nokia lumia 900 .It has many great features like it is the first 4G LTE Windows based handset and havin 8Mp camera in it. Its really a great choice for everyone.

  4. Personal favorite the Samsung Galaxy S. Samsung is just kicking butt with their new models. Love it!

  5. These articles are fantastic, The information you show us is interesting for everybody and is really good written, very informative. It’s just nice! continue posting. Thanks!

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