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Each generation of smartphone adds breakthrough new features, setting the bar higher for a user experience unimaginable a generation ago.
Today’s bleeding-edge smartphones boast 1.4+ GHz dual core processors, qHD screens, HD cameras, support HDMI, NFC, and wireless streaming, all in a body that’s sleeker than ever.
If you’re looking for what’s around the horizon, here’s a roundup of 10 recently announced smartphones that you should save your money for.
This 5.3-inch screen toting device is a monster of a smartphone bordering on tablet. The Note comes with a stylus for taking notes. Packed in with an 8MP rear cam, a blazing 1.4 Ghz dual-core processor, 1280×800 super AMOLED 285ppi screen into an ultra thin 9.65mm (almost 1cm) body with a weight of 178 grams. Samsung seems to be hitting all the right notes with this one.
Sony wowed the world with the beautiful slim and stylish Xperia Arc, and now they’ve just wowed everyone again with the Arc S. A new entry into the 1.4 Ghz club with a Qualcomm processor, equipped with Sony’s capable 8.1 megapixel camera and 4.2-inch 854×480 resolution Reality display. The phone also comes with a 3D sweep panorama feature and the ability to sync up with Sony’s Bravia range of TVs.
Just 9.4 mm thin and weighing 100g, the dimunitive Ray has a crisp 3.3 inch 480×854 resolution screen, an 8.1-megapixel snapper with 720p video recording capabilities and a front-facing VGA camera. The phone is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8255, a Snapdragon S2 class chipset, and has a Li-Ion 1500 mAh battery.
While the Samsung Note might note be for everyone, the Wave 3 just might. With a 4-inch WVGA screen, a blazing fast 1.4 Ghz processor and a sleek brushed aluminum back, a HD capable 5MP camera with LED flash and 720p recording capabilities. The Wave 3 is running Samsung’s Bada 2.0 OS, which looks a lot like Android.
Following a $300 million purchase, the HTC Sensation will be integrating Beats by Dr. Dre in a new special edition phone that will feature a faster 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm 8260 SoC, pack more megs of RAM and a bigger battery to keep those beats pumping.
Finally there’s honour among smartphones. Huawei flagship smartphone, the Honour is honoured with a most honourable 1.4 processor, a divine 4-inch FWVGA display, a most venerable 4 MP rear camera, all at an astounding thickness of 9.9mm. This is one phone we’ll be watching honour daily basis.
The first of HTC’s Windows Phone 7 Mango devices, the Radar is based on a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon SoC, a 3.8-inch WVGA screen, with an 8-megapixel camera and 720p video recording capabilities. The Radar will be an entry-level WP7 phone, considering it does not have a secondary video camera and only 8 GB of internal memory.
The Titan is based on the same Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon SoC as the Radar, this one is clocked at 1.5GHz. The Titan is way more epic than the Radar, starting with an impressive 4.7-inch WVGA screen. additional features include a 1.3-megapixel secondary camera, a microHDMI port, dual-LED flash, and 16 GB of internal memory. The Titan also has a secondary microphone for noise cancellation.
We’ve seen RIM’s new updates to the Bold and Torch series, the new entry-level Curves run BlackBerry OS 7.0, sport a 2.44-inch 480 x 360 resolution display, 800MHz processor, 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, and include all the requisite connectivitiy options, including NFC and A-GPS. The Curve squeezes in a 1000 mAh battery in a 11mm form factor.