If you want to buy a new smartphone and market is a bustling scene right now and it can be difficult to choose the best phone for you with so much choice on offer.
Before you mess up everything consider few things, Ask yourself what you’ll be using your smartphone phone.
Do you want hand some camera feature? Will you be surfing the web, downloading apps or streaming video? Are you looking for a laptop/tablet replacement that can fit in your pocket?
To get you pointing in the right direction we’ve selected four top handsets to help you with your buying choice.
Here are some remarkable new smartphone in the market.
First we have recently launched Apple iPhone 5S, this is the first device to carry finger scanner in it. It’s powerful A7 64 bit chip gives you the best quality experience of desktop. The device packs 8 megapixel camera with HD 1080p Video recording.
The iPhone runs on Apple’s latest iOS 7 operating system. The iPhone 5S is available in 16/32 and 64GB storage capacities.
Second we have LG’s flagship device LG G2. The LG G2 also carry the unique rare button feature. These consist of the power/lock key and volume controls, leaving the sides smooth and uninterrupted.
We found the power/lock key is a little tricky to find at times, but LG has provided a workaround for this on the G2 – a simple double tap of the screen will wake it or put it to sleep.
Look deeper at the LG G2 and you’ll notice it’s very well equipped with a powerful 2.26GHz quad-core processor, stunning full HD 5.2-inch display and a strong 13MP camera.
Third we have here is The Sony Xperia Z1, it is the latest in a line of top quality handsets to come out of the Japanese firm and with a 20.7MP camera and waterproof body it’s one well worth considering.
Finished in a premium metal and glass clad body the Xperia Z1 feels every inch a premium device and the technology built in follows suit with a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, 5-inch full HD display and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system.
As well as the pleasing build quality and impressive line up of features you can pick the Xperia Z1 up in a range of colours including black, white and purple, to ensure your new smartphone matches your personality.
Smartphones these days are becoming more and more alike, but with the Nokia Lumia 1020 we’re greeted with a handset which comes at us from a completely different direction.
From the front the Lumia 1020 looks similar to a few of Nokia’s other Windows Phone 8 handsets, but if you look at the rare of the smartphone, you will be in shock to see a 41MP camera.
That makes the Nokia Lumia 1020 the most powerful camera phone on the market and it’s the stand out candidate if you want a high powered snapper and smartphone in one.
For the professional photographers out there the Nokia Pro Cam app on the Lumia 1020 offers up a wealth of settings, allowing you to fine tune the camera for the perfect shot.
Phones are now fully fledged computers in our pockets, but with one obvious drawback – the screen size. Well allow us to introduce you to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Currently the world’s most powerful smartphone with a 2.3GHz quad-core processor and 3GB RAM, the Note 3 will make mincemeat of anything you throw at it, be it a graphically intensive game or a serious amount of multi-tasking.
It’s 5.7-inch full HD display is truly something to behold. Colours pop, text is exceptionally well defined and video looks outstanding – although the sheer size of the handset won’t be for everyone.
The addition of the S Pen stylus – housed within the Galaxy Note 3 chassis – allows you to handwrite notes on the handset and it will even convert your scrawls into text. Now that’s clever.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is stuffed full of tricks and tech to keep even the most avid technology fan on their toes. It’s big, it’s brash, and it’s brilliant.