Apple iPhone 5 Vs LG Optimus G Pro Vs Nokia Lumia 920: Which One Of Them Would Have A Hard Fall From Grace?

LG recently unveiled its flagship smartphone, the Optimus G Pro boasting of really fine specifications. But even though the large screen phone looks good on paper, can it take on the likes of current popular smartphones in the market like the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Apple iPhone 5? Read on to know more: LG Optimus G Pro: LG’s flagship phone has a 5.5-inch full HD display with a resolution of 1080X1920 pixels. But it’s not just the screen size that’s big on this phone – it comes with a powerful 1.7 GHz quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM and runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. What’s more, it has a powerful 13 MP rear camera and a 2.1 MP front-facing camera, both of which can record videos at 1080p resolution. LG has put in 32 GB of internal storage and there’s a microSD card slot if you need [+more]

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HTC One Vs Sony Xperia Z Vs Apple iPhone 5: Is The New Samsung Galaxy S4 Alluring You Or Would Choose These?

The Apple iPhone 5 has been around for a few months now, and while the phone failed to make a huge impression in the market, to make things worse, 2013 has already seen a number of superb flagship smartphone launches (the biggest one till now is Samsung galaxy S4). If you have the moolah for it and are considering the iPhone 5 as your next phone, do you think you should wait a while and look around in the market a little more? Maybe consider the HTC One or the Sony Xperia Z as alternatives? HTC One: HTC’s flagship smartphone was finally unveiled after a lot of speculation just a few weeks ago and we like what we’ve seen so far. For those of you who love the iPhone’s all-metal premium look, the HTC One will definitely appeal to you. With a large 4.7-inch display having a resolution of 468 [+more]

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Pixel War Of the Giants—HTC One,Sony Xperia z,Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S4 Take Me For A Ride

When my wallet gets lighter with a new smartphone buy, I do weigh the camera story the buy comes with. However, this time I had to weigh HTC One, Google Nexus, Nokia Lumia 920, Samsung Galaxy S III, Apple iPhone 5 and the Sony Xperia Z—yes, heave a sigh-the list is over! Weigh them? Actually, I needed to weigh the camera story for each. For starters, in an age that promises 13-MP cameras on smartphone users, HTC One has bucked the trend to house a mere 4.3-MP shutter. The quality is just fair but the high point is that smaller pictures could be wonderful with the One. Pegged against the giants that come with awesome shutter pixels, this might not go far. Check out the rest for clicks with each of these smarties. The settings were automatic on all phones and night mode for shoots for non-light conditions.HTC loses out [+more]

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Apple iPhone 5 Vs Samsung Galaxy S4: The Age Old War Comes Back To The Town

Finally, after so many weeks of rumors we finally got to see Samsung to take the wraps off its much talked about flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4. And yes, what can we say, we’re blown away! So we decided to pit it against its archrival Apple’s beloved iPhone 5 to see if it can outperform this competitor. Design: The Galaxy S4’s form factor does resemble its predecessor, the Galaxy S3, quite a bit – but bigger. It’s got similar pebbled edges and its all-plastic body feels quite light to hold, in spite of its size. But yet, unsurprisingly, the iPhone 5 is thinner and lighter than Samsung’s offering, and well, its all-metal body does have a nice premium look and feel. Display: Let’s just start by saying that screen size was never really the iPhone 5’s strong point to begin with. And now when you put the iPhone 5 next [+more]

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Can Samsung Galaxy S4 With Same Power VR GPU As Apple iPhone 5 Emerge As A Unrivaled Ruler?

Archrivals Apple and Samsung will soon have one thing in common – the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S4 will both be equipped with the same PowerVR graphics processor. According to a recent blog post by Imagination, Samsung will put in the PowerVR SGX544 in the Galaxy S4, along with an Exynos 5 octa-core processor. While the international version of the Galaxy S3 is fitted with an ARM’s Mali GPU and the U.S. version comes with an Adreno 225 graphics chipset, the PowerVR GPU can support Microsoft DirectX 9.3. But even though both these competing smartphones will have this similar hardware, Samsung will run the GPU at a faster clock speed while maintaining the triple-core setup as in the iPhone 5. So, is Apple going to get more worked up at Samsung for this?

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New iPhone 5S Ads By Apple – Timed To Steal The Thunder Of Samsung Galaxy S4 Launch!

Just a couple of days to go for Samsung to unveil its latest flagship Galaxy S4 to the world and looks like Apple’s getting a tad worried. We’ve heard that the company is busy working on the iPhone 5S and has even brought forward its launch date. Looks like in the meantime, it wants to remind you that the iPhone 5 still exists and can do a lot. Apple released a couple of new, rather funky iPhone ads titled “Brilliant” and “Discover” showing off some of the cool things the iPhone can do. The ads have a really catchy background tune and show the screen being clicked, tapped, and swiped to showcase various games, apps and videos on the iPhone. The “Brilliant” ad shows the iPhone being used to pay for coffee using the Passbook app, the advanced math calculator app MyScript and the new Hue Lighting app with which [+more]

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HTC One Vs Apple iPhone 5: More Troubled Times Ahead For The iPhone 5?

HTC may not have had much success in the smartphone market, especially over the past couple of years. But the company sure does seem optimistic; judging by the amount of marketing it is putting in to spread the word about its latest flagship, the HTC One. The HTC One had been talked about for a while now, and finally HTC unveiled at an event a few days ago. With Apple already losing significant market share to Android, what impact would the HTC One have on the iPhone 5’s sales? HTC One: Although we still don’t know the pricing details, we’re expecting it to be priced somewhere around that of the iPhone 5. But if you need something that looks good in your hands, we’d say pick the HTC handset. Like the iPhone 5, it is also encased in an all aluminum body, but it does have a larger 4.7-inch screen [+more]

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Apple iPhone 5 And Apple iPad 4 Unimaginative: Is CEO Tim Cook To Be Blamed?

These sure are tough times for Apple, and it’s only looking to get worse. First it was the less than expected performance of the iPad 4 and iPhone 5 in Q4, and now it’s a lawsuit filed by a rebellious investor just before it held its annual shareholder conference. And to make matters worse, the CEO Tim Cook has decided to criticize the lawsuit by calling it a “silly slideshow”. Wonder how the investor’s going to take that. Cook stated the above during an interview at a Goldman Sachs technology conference yesterday. He also shared his opinion on other issues related to Apple, including whether Apple’s power to innovate is going down, the ongoing expansion of its stores, as well as the shareholder dispute. However, Cook stayed cool throughout the uncomfortable questions he was subjected to and didn’t reveal any unease caused due to the dip in Apple’s stock prices [+more]

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Apple iPhone 5 Vs BlackBerry Z10 Vs LG Optimus L7: Would LG Optimus Take A Jump Ahead Of BlackBerry 10

The Mobile World Congress is yet to begin, but looks like phone-maker LG is getting rather impatient. Even before the event, LG has already unveiled its latest lineup, the Optimus L Series II. The company has mentioned 3 devices in this range – a 3.2-inch L3II, a 4-inch L5II and a 4.3-inch L7II. We’ve decided to compare the L7II today with the iPhone 5 and BlackBerry Z10 to see if it can pull away some customers from these two smartphones. LG L7II: The LG L7II is a dual-sim smartphone with a 4.3-inch display. It will be powered by a 1 GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor and 768 MB of RAM. The phone will come with 4 GB of internal storage and there’s also a microSD card slot for those who want more space. The L7II may seem on the lower side, spec-wise, but comes with a decent 8 MP rear camera [+more]

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Apple iPad 5 Vs Apple iPad Min vs Apple iPhone 5: The Case Of Size Rendering

    Rumors set sparks too many. The best proof for this is artists getting to work to produce what the Apple iPad5 would look like after its chassis and size revamps. Now Ciccarrese Design, famed renderers of iPhone 5 and iPad mini, has come with its version of the iPad 5. This time the pad kid has gone slimmer with its Retina Display intact. However, the screen size has just about increased and the gadget is more compact. Well, we have been using too much is—sorry—we just realized this is an imaginative rendition. ‘Warning:  Renditions often translate into reality.’

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