Things are changing fast in the world of smartphones: slashed prices, ever-improving hardware, software updates and refreshed handsets arriving every few months means that things never stand still. The year 2014 has come up with an array of smartphones in wide segment ranging from entry, mid to high end flagship models as per the needs and requirements of the consumers. Best smartphones list covers all operating systems, all sizes, and prices, so you’ll be armed with everything you need to consider when choosing to buy your next device. Here are some of the Smartphones of the year which are worth an investment for.
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini continues Samsung’s trend to capitalizing on a successful handset name. It’s not a mini in the sense that it matches the specs, but in design and to some extent, experience. S4 Mini gives 4.3” screen with 540×960 HD resolutions. It has all the normal features that an android provides. It is available in 8 & 16 GB internal memory; white frost and black mist color.
The battery lasts for 9 hours on 3g network and has Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Operating system. GALAXY S4 Mini is ready to fully support for any occasion. The outstanding hardware performance enables you to do more tasks easily and quickly. Upgraded processor, big enough memories, embedded high resolution camera system, and various connection options offer you a confidence to face endless challenge which turns daily routine into special moments.
- Nokia Lumnia 1020
Nokia is chasing two things in smartphones: the best Windows Phone experience it can create and the best camera. If those align with your own needs, then the Nokia Lumia 1020 might be the perfect phone for you. Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphone with 4.50-inch 768×1280 display powered by 1.5GHz processor alongside 2GB RAM and 41-megapixel rear camera.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 takes photos and video that no other smartphone can match with a 41 megapixel camera sensor, PureView technology, Optical Image Stabilisation and amazing high-resolution zoom. The Nokia Lumia 1020 with Windows Phone 8 comes with built-in Microsoft Office to help you stay productive wherever you are. With customisable Live Tiles and exclusive features like the People Hub you can stay up to speed with all the most important things in your life.
- Motorola Moto G
The Motorola Moto G has taken a lot of people by surprise. We’ve heard the sentiments plenty of times before: performance at a price, without compromise. Motorola, however, went ahead and got it right. The Moto G is a fantastic smartphone and incredible value for money that’s difficult to ignore.
Motorola Moto G smartphone with 4.50-inch 720×1280 display powered by 1.2GHz processor alongside 1GB RAM and 5-megapixel rear camera. Moto G is reasonable with non-expandable memory but the design is great, the display is excellent and there’s plenty of power too. Yes, it will be out-performed by any number of handsets, but those are handsets that will cost you twice, if not three times, as much.
- Apple iPhone 5 C
The iPhone 5C is Apple’s “colourful” handset. It takes the innards of 2012’s iPhone 5, adds a touch more 4G compatibility and a slightly improved battery life and wraps it in a colourful plastic casing. It is Apples’s cheapest phone; reasonable for paranoid Apple users. While Apple did alter the iPhone 5 specifications with the 5C (the addition of LTE, improved battery life, and the removal of some camera features), the 5C is essentially the iPhone 5 of this product cycle. By reworking the design to use a polycarbonate case, and exploiting advances in fabrication, the 5C has a lower bill of materials than the iPhone 5.
- Sony Xperia Z1
The Sony Xperia Z1 refreshes the excellent Sony Xperia Z, bringing you a powerful handset, with waterproofing, a slick design and a large 5-inch display. It’s a veritable powerhouse, with great internal hardware, so everything is slick and fast. The waterproofed 3.5mm headphone jack is now more convenient than the original Xperia Z, but the previous phone is smaller and getting cheaper, so is definitely worth considering.
– Tanvi Shah
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