Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The Best smartphones in world for 2013-2014

Best smartphones for 2013/2014
Choose the best smartphone for 2013 with our reviews of seven top models
With high-quality smartphone from Samsung, Apple and Google, and other big names including Nokia, HTC and Motorola also in the running, choosing the right handset isn't easy.
We’ve rounded up the best smartphone to help you choose which one to buy. Whether you’re after a top-of-the-range handset or a mid-range option, we’ve got you covered.
Bet HTC smartphone (HTC one) :

The HTC One is the best-looking phone we’ve ever seen, and
it doesn’t only stand out because of its stunning aluminium exterior. The build quality is top-notch, and its 1080p screen delivers unmatched quality across the 4.7in diagonal.
The Snapdragon 600 processor is the most powerful we’ve ever seen in a smartphone, delivering benchmark results that blitz our previous record holder. Battery life doesn’t suffer despite the extreme levels of power, and the latest version of Sense is excellent, too: smooth, easy to use, and with sensible additions throughout.
HTC has managed to pack in a decent camera and punchy, well-balanced audio, too. The One is a phone with very few weaknesses – if you want the ultimate smartphone right now, this is what you need to buy

Best Samsung smartphone : Samsung Galaxy S 4

Few smartphones match Apple for pre-launch hype, but the Samsung Galaxy S III managed it. It's a phone that lives up to its billing: a screen with eye-popping quality, more power than almost every rival, a stunning camera and an iPhone-beating price. It isn't the sturdiest phone but, in every other department, it's one of the best in the business

Best apple smartphone : ( iPhone 5)
The latest version of the iPhone 5 boasts a larger, higher-resolution screen than any Apple smartphone but that's not the only area that impresses. The chassis is slimmer, lighter and more stylish than before, and the Apple App Store is still the standard-bearer for smartphone software. You'll pay the usual premium for it, though

Best Lg smartphone (Nexus 4)
Google's latest home-grown handset sold out in 15 minutes when it first went on sale, and it's easy to see why. It has the latest version of Android, it's fast, and the hardware - made by LG - is top-notch. There's the price, too: both the 16GB and 32GB SIM-free models cost less than £300. If you're an Android fan and want a top-quality phone without a contract, look no further.
Samsung Galaxy Note iII

Phones are getting bigger, but few were prepared for the success of Samsung's Galaxy Note range. The second Note-branded phone packs an enormous 5.5in screen, a stylus and some of the most powerful hardware we've ever seen inside a smartphone. It's expensive, but there's an awful lot to like, and its battery life is among the best of any smartphone we've tested.

Best NOKIA smartphone :Nokia Lumia 920
Microsoft and Nokia have had a tough time when it comes to smartphones, but the Lumia 920, with Windows Phone 8 on board, could be a turning point. The PureView camera is stunning (it's the only smartphone camera with true optical image stabilisation), the handset is striking and sturdy, and Microsoft's latest mobile OS is better than ever. It's heavy and battery life isn't much to write home about, but there's still much to enjoy here
 HTC One X
The HTC One X was the firm's flagship when it first launched, but in the meantime it's become one of the best mid-range bargains around. It isn't short of features, though, with a large, high-resolution screen, powerful chipset, a good camera and NFC, and it's all wrapped into an gorgeous chassis milled from a single block of polycarbonate
Motorola Razr i
Motorola is a venerable name in the phone world, but it's still breaking new ground. The Motorola Razr i marks the first time we've seen one of Intel's Medfield-based Atom processors in a big-brand handset. It's a quick chip, battery life is superlative, and the chassis is slim, pocketable and highly durable


Nokia Lumia 620
The Nokia Lumia 620 is Nokia's cheapest Windows Phone 8 handset so far, and it's set to shake up the budget smartphone cene. Build quality is one a par with pricier Lumias, performance is better than many budget Android rivals, and the screen - while lacking the high resolution of other phones - is bright and punchy. It's well worth buying if you're searching for a smartphone that doesn't break the bank.

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