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Friday, 27 December 2013

10 Best Smartphones Of 2013

1. Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Faster, more powerful, and still massive in size, Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 comes packed with the hottest features of the GS4 and houses more advanced specification. The Note 3 sets new benchmarks, thanks to its super smart Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU that pushes graphics and UI performance to an even higher echelon. A beautiful 5.7-inch, 1080p Super AMOLED display, stunning 13MP rear camera with 4K shooting capabilities, and tablet-like features (multi-window mode) complete the superior smartphone/tablet hybrid.

2. iPhone 5S

The iPhone 5S proves to be the fastest and swankiest Apple offering till date, thanks to its A7 chip with 64-bit architecture. The pocket machine comes with an enhanced 8-megapixels camera and next-gen processor. Other new hi-tech amenities include a fingerprint sensor and M7 motion-tracking chip. All the technology is enclosed in an opulent, metallic chassis flaunting gold, silver, or space gray colors. Also, the iOS 7 and a cosmos of applications further strengthens and solidifies the 5S' elite status.

3. Google Nexus 5

Nexus 5 promises the best Android experience available in the market at a steal price. Making media play back and UI navigation seamless is Qualcomm's zippy 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 quad-core and Adreno 330 CPU. Android KitKat welcomes sweet software enhancements in the form of a cleaner interface, Google Now support, and Hangouts integration. Major noticeable improvements have been made in the camera via software update; adding a great sense of focus to lighting and noisy environments.

4. HTC One Max

A 5.9-inch LCD panel is plastered on the front generating full HD 1080p resolution, sharp imagery, and wide viewing angles. Company's patented BoomSound front facing speakers' bumps out phenomenal sound. Stacking the same hardware as the standard One model, the Max assures prominent performance on the data speed and processing end as well.

5. Nokia Lumia 1020

Nokia has superseded photography technology expectations with the Lumia 1020's massive 40 megapixel camera. Long shots and selfies never looked so good, courtesy the insane 41MP shooter with 6X digital zoom, capturing incredibly detailed and sharp images at any distance. The combination of Microsoft's dynamic OS and Qualcomm's 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor further strengthens the WP8 experience.

6. Samsung Galaxy S4

The Galaxy S4 still remains one of the fastest-performing handsets in the mobile arena. A gorgeous 5-inch FHD Super Model displays beautiful visuals and the massively powerful 1.9GHz Snapdragon quad-core makes multitasking instant. The motion-gesture system via Air Gesture and View allows you to execute commands like open texts and screen calls by merely hovering your finger or hand over the screen.

7. HTC One X+

The HTC One X was a looker, and the One X+ looks exactly the same from the outside. Except for the slight difference - the red color on the touch sensitive keys and a red ring around the camera. The newer Tegra 3 quad-core processor clocks at 1.7GHz, the resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels is adequate to provide a great experience. Primary among them is the depth of the black levels, and fairly good brightness levels. The sharpness of the text is impressive.

8. iPhone 5C (32GB)

A flashy multi colored back case doesn't make the 5C any less majestic. As Apple's industry-leading ecosystem and powerful internals serve as the handset's true fancies. The inclusion of a new front-facing 1.2MP FaceTime HD camera featuring low-light capabilities combined with faster wireless speeds and the more responsive iOS 7 gives the 5C a premium edge over its predecessor.

9. Moto X (32GB)

Moto X comes with a novel touch less experience driven by an updated version of Google Now. You get the leverage to customize the handset with new color shells, accents, and other materials like wood casing. The mating of a fast 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon CPU and Moto's new energy-conserving X8 processor keeps the handset moving at break-neck operating speeds. Improved battery life and a KitKat software update should also appease the Android faithful.

10. Sony Z Ultra

Sony's massive 6.4-inch display is the biggest of the lot. If you are going to use a phone primarily as an entertainment device for media consumption, then Z Ultra is quite phenomenal. The chipset in the Z Ultra is the same as the Nokia Lumia 1520 and the LTE variant of the Note 3, so performance is never an issue. Ultra Z is the only phone on the list which has an IP58 certified dust and water proof, shatterproof and scratch-resistant glass.

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