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smartphones which is the best one?

Updated on May 13, 2012

Smartphone market is booming. Prices of smartphones are coming down and heavy processing power is becoming more and more handy. Surely with the release of iPhone 4S, it is the best smartphone available in the market. But Galaxy Nexus Prime with Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich also has released and its feedback is yet to come from users. But all are not unable to purchase a phone at this price. But there are some really cool high end smart phones with almost same features. Just see the comparison of high end smartphones in terms of both specifications and price. Based on the price ranges, they have been classified as Smartphones below 20K, below 30k and above 30k

Smartphones below 20k

Smartphones below 20k
Smartphones below 20k

Smartphones below 30k

Smartphones below 30k
Smartphones below 30k

If you compare a windows phone and Android phone from the sub 30k category also, the same thing is evident. Even though the price of both the phones are almost same, you can see that the windows phone is a bit below in configuration. Surely this is because manufacturers need to pay for Windows Mobile, whereas android is open source. Nokia Lumia 800 is powered by a 1.4GHz processor and has 512MB RAM. But Galaxy S2 runs on a 1.2GHz dual core processor and 512MB RAM which is almost double better in case of multitasking. Also Nokia lumia lacks font video camera. primary camera is 8MP in both phones. Lumia supports only 720p HD recording, but Galaxy S2 supports, 1080p HD recording.

Smartphones above 30k

Smartphones above 30k
Smartphones above 30k

In the above 30k, price range there is no good windows mobile phone to compare with Android phone of the price range. As windows is only emerging to the mobile operating system field, you can expect more soon. In the list of nearly 35k phones, you can see latest models of HTC Sensation XE and Motorola Razer XT910. Both are just superb phones. These are a bit in front of smartphone category. These needs to be called as super phones. Processor wise HTC sensation XE runs on the fastest mobile processor available in market today. 1.5GHz dual core processor. But when it comes to RAM Razer overtakes with 1GB RAM compared to 768MB in Sensation. Both comes with 8MP primary camera and secondary camera for video calling. Battery is also superb in both phones. Also Both supports 1080p HD video recording. From the configurations it seems like Sensation XE will be a bit more powerful. Also it comes with a set of BEAT headsets, which will cost in market a minimum of 5k. iPhone 4 is also comparable with these phones.


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      Very informative article.


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