Towards the end of 2012,but 2012 was the year of technologies with out a doubt, and as we bring the curtain down on this year.Apple’s iOS could have kicked the smartphone era into higher gear, but Google’s Android OS has reaped many of the rewards. The vast majority of all smartphones sold are depending on Android, and entire businesses like Samsung and HTC, have grown to be massive players due to Google’s OS. Android handsets represent a majority of smartphones sold around the world.
Arm-wrestling iOS for industry share, Android phones are available in all various shapes, sizes, and function sets. Such a steady stream of exceptional handsets.Now we New-androidreviews.com push elected best new Android phone in 2012.
These are just my general recommendations. Smartphones are personal products, and there is no universal right answer as to which is “the best phone” for everyone. Ultimately, it all comes down to what you want and what’s important to you in a device.
Google Nexus 4: Google’s very personal Android phone, the Nexus, saw its newest model getting designed by LG. It features Android in its purest kind, just the way Google wanted it to be, and it does appear excellent. High on characteristics like its predecessors, the Nexus 4 managed to grab rather a few eyeballs during its launch. Very cost-effective, we can’t aid but forgive Googe and LG for not putting the LTE connectivity function on this telephone.
Google’s new Nexus 4 features almost everything you could want in a flagship Android smartphone plus freedom from carrier contracts (if you want). But will the lack of LTE put buyers off?We expect a lot from Google’s Nexus line of phones. They represent the pinnacle of the Android experience, and Google releases them just as a new version of the OS becomes available. A Nexus phone should be the phone to judge all others by and a guiding star for Android handset makers.
On many fronts, the Nexus 4 upholds that legacy. It bears a quad-core processor, top-level display technology, and a feature-rich operating system. It improves on some aspects of past Nexus handsets (hello better camera) and keeps the elements that worked well. The fact that Google is selling the phone unlocked for just $300 is icing on the cake.But don’t get overly excited. The Nexus 4 lacks LTE connectivity, so it won’t be a great fit if you’re on AT&T. But for a phone with so many other virtues, will this matter to everyone? After all, T-Mobile loves the Nexus 4.
HTC Droid DNA: Just whenever you believed Apple had the final say in all items high res, due to their Retina Display technologies. HTC took it forward with its Droid DNA for Verizon with its total HD display. We’re talking about a resolution of 1920 X 1080 pixels on a 5-inch screen! Now, here’s where Android Jelly Bean truly looks beautiful and comes alive.
The Droid DNA is the first smartphone with a 1080p screen, but do its extra pixels come with a price? Read our full review.Average smartphone consumers may not remember HTC, but in many ways, it never left us. It’s continued to offer top-notch smartphones at competitive prices. For one reason or another, though, the people began favoring the offerings of Apple and Samsung. The HTC Droid DNA is the company’s latest attempt to turn things around. As it has done for years with its Droid Incredible and Rezound phones, HTC has partnered exclusively with Verizon in the United States. The result: a pretty good phone with an amazing 1080p screen, and a few drawbacks.
Samsung Galaxy S3: This was 1 that fairly basically took our breath away. Notwithstanding its ongoing tussle with Apple more than patent infringement suits, 2012 was the year of Samsung without having a doubt. The Galaxy S3 with its pebble-like curves is among the bestsellers in the smartphone globe – with more than 30 million pieces sold since its launch. It propelled Android into better recognition, and properly, it is brilliant!
The Samsung Galaxy S3 manages to live up to its hype, delivering an excellent Android experience on every major US wireless carrier.With the Galaxy S3 , Samsung has done the impossible: It has gotten every major US wireless carrier to accept and sell the same phone. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and US Cellular will all sell the Galaxy S3 within the next month. This is a remarkable feat, and one that only the iPhone could have matched (though Apple has long had more lucrative plans, forcing each carrier to make huge concessions and pay upfront to sell its coveted device). Well, now there are two huge phones on the market. The S3 is officially a force to be reckoned with. Does it deserve the honor?
HTC One X: The HTC One X tends to make AT&T’s other Android offerings appear weak with a super sized high-res screen, top-shelf camera and a thin, sleek design.HTC didn’t have a good 2011. It lost its strong footing on almost every carrier to competitors like Samsung, falling in a market place that has shown enormous growth. The 1 series is an attempt to turn items on. With the One particular S and 1 X, HTC is on a mission to prove it has the skills to final in this fast-changing industry and remain a relevant driving force in phones. Most of all, however, it really is trying to make better phones for you.
The HTC One X makes AT&T’s other Android offerings look weak with a supersized high-res screen, top-shelf camera and a thin, sleek design.HTC didn’t have a good 2011. It lost its strong footing on almost every carrier to competitors like Samsung, falling in a market that has shown enormous growth. The One series is an attempt to turn things around. With the One S and One X, HTC is on a mission to prove it has the skills to last in this fast-changing market and remain a relevant driving force in phones. Most of all, however, it’s trying to make better phones for you. Has it succeeded?
Samsung Galaxy Note 2: The Galaxy Note 2 steps up its game, offering a super sized Android experience and a larger display with out adding bulk. Add to that an improved S Pen experience and several tricks learned from the Galaxy S3 and you have a tempting, if enormous, package.When Samsung first debuted the Galaxy Note smartphone, there were plenty of detractors who said that the device was too big to become a phone and no one wanted a stylus, anyway. Throughout the past year, the Note has proven the exact opposite to the tune of millions sold.Now the Note is back for a second act, sporting an even bigger display and some new tricks.
If big phones aren’t your thing, then the Note 2 isn’t going to convince you otherwise. However, for those who want a telephone at this size, the new Note is out to make you forget the old a single and all those pretenders that sprang up in its wake. Even better, it is launching on all four major mobile carriers and U.S. Cellular, so you don’t have to switch to get your hands on a single.