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- Samsung Galaxy S4
Samsung got a lead on the smartphone market when it introduced the original Galaxy S three years ago. Since then, the Galaxy line has dramatically increased in popularity, becoming the number one smartphone brand in the world, selling even better than the iPhone in many countries
Our Samsung Galaxy S4 review should be enough to show anyone why it’s so high on our list, but here’s a quick recap: when you combine a 5-inch 1080p display that can detect your finger hovering over it, a quad-core processor (big.LITTLE Octa Core for non-LTE or Snapdragon 600 for LTE variants), 2GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel rear camera with a 2 megapixel front sensor, awesome new socially-driven camera features, and Samsung’s exhaustive set of learning and productivity tools, you’ve done enough to earn such a high spot on this list. Click here for details Spesifications Samsung Galaxy S4.
- HTC One
HTC’s 2013 flagship, the HTC One is a device that caused a lot of tension in the smartphone industry, being one of the first non-iPhone devices to have a beautiful, aluminum body. Although that statement is exaggerated, it is true that the HTC One is a gorgeous device and one of the best built phones ever made. HTC is almost managing to outmanoeuvre Samsung and its plastic builds with this device.
The HTC One has that “just right” screen size of 4.7 inches, and when you pair that up with the Super LCD 3′s 1080p resolution you get a stunning 468 pixels per inch.
There’s also Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor clocked at 1.7GHz, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage (64GB with the bootloader unlocked developers’ edition), NFC, an infrared port for controlling your TV and other infrared-enabled devices, and a lot more. Oh, and with the ability to purchase a Nexus experience edition of this phone starting June 26th for $599 in the Google Play Store you have a ton of options.
- Nexus 4
In previous years, Google has sold its Nexus devices with various carriers in the US. However, the recent mess of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus seems to have put them off carriers and given them a new idea on how to sell their phones. Together with LG, they developed the Nexus 4, the latest addition to the Nexus line, which runs pure stock Android, and is particularly appealing to Android enthusiasts.
So what else makes the Nexus 4 worth putting on this list aside from cost? For a starting price of just $300, you can get a 4.7-inch 720p device that has 2GB of RAM, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor, an 8 megapixel rear camera, a 1.3 megapixel front camera, Android 4.2.2 out of the box, NFC, wireless charging, and a lot more. Click here for details Spesifications Nexus 4.
- Sony Xperia Z/ZL
Sony is perhaps not the first manufacturer that comes to mind when you think of smartphones. They never successfully made a device which had any significant impact on the market. This is mainly due to the fact that their devices don't include the latest specs or software, thus not receiving acclaim from critics or the media.
The Xperia Z is a beautiful smartphone that doesn’t try to do too much. Sony has outfitted it with its own custom user experience on top of Android that emphasizes pristine playback of movies, music and games. Oh, and did I mention it’s waterproof? This 5-inch device deserves a few minutes of your time whenever you’re trying to decide which smartphone to go with for the foreseeable future. Click here for details Spesifications Sony Xperia Z.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 2
The Galaxy Note 2 may have launched late last year — around October/November, to be exact — but it has held up as one of the best smartphones you could spend money on today. Samsung’s 5.5-inch 720p pride and joy introduced some very innovative features. Credited with launching this new “phablet” craze, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 isn’t just big and beautiful: it has functionality that most others have yet to be able to emulate.
The Galaxy Note 2 by no means has the latest specs by 2013′s standards but still remains a strong option, due to the rich amount of features and responsive interface. The biggest feature of the Note 2 is the S Pen, a stylus which can be used to take notes and perform tasks around the device.
The large 5.5 inch screen of the Galaxy Note 2 is something that won't appeal to everyone, but can be extremely useful if you want a compromise between a phone and a tablet. Click here for details Spesifications Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
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