Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs LG Optimus G Pro Vs LG Google Nexus 4 Vs HTC One: The Gods Come Into Battleground With Shiny Swords

With such a large number of smartphones out in the market, how do you know which is the best deal for your money? Given how pricey these phones, you better make sure you’re getting the most powerful return for your buck. So here’s a comparison of some of the hottest phones in the market based on various performance benchmark tests: GLBenchmark 2.5 Egypt HD: Yes, this benchmark test’s next version, 2.7, is already out, but we still decided to stick with this tried and tested version instead. We got the Nexus 4 leading this test with a score of 44 fps, while the Galaxy S4 managed a pretty good 40 fps. We can’t really give a lot of credit to the Nexus 4 for being a winner in this category because it’s got a lower resolution 720p screen when compared to the others. The Galaxy S4, on the other hand, [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Redefines Sexy With Stylus Pinned Up—Note To Amaze With Flipboard And Awesome Note

Samsung has managed to notch up a brand name. Samsung has garnered a loyal line of fans. Samsung has also hit bull’s eye with applications. None of these are understatements. With its Note 8, the Korean King has lifted lids off two popular apps that shall now be available on all its Note avatars. The world has taken to Flipboard to read news on the move. How could Samsung not incorporate the app on device? The Stylish Stylus makes flipping news boards breezier and cool. This app is a winning bargain on Note. The next app that Samsung offers bundled on Note 8 for a year and as downloadable on predecessors is iOs application for making notes/plans– Awesome Note. Despite users grunting at a small interface on Note and Note 2, it has hogged hordes of loyalists already. You even have our word for the wow factor of both apps. [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 : The Samsung Game Becomes Thrilling And Riveting

Samsung’s all set to launch its latest flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone in just a few hours from now, and until that moment, we decided to keep ourselves busy with a lot of comparisons to see just how well the phone will do. For the lovers of the S-Pen, today we’re pitting the Galaxy S4 against two other Samsung devices – the recently launched Galaxy Note 8.0 and the Galaxy Note 2 phablet. Which of them makes most sense for you? Samsung Galaxy S4: While the official word on the phone will get out in just a few hours, according to rumors, it will have a 4.99-inch or a 5-inch full HD display. The Galaxy S4 could be powered by either Samsung’s very own octo-core Exynos 5 processor or a quad-core processor and should have at least 2 GB of RAM. In terms of camera, we’re hoping to see at least [+more]

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As We Await The Debut Of Samsung Galaxy S4, We Look Behind At The Samsung Galaxy S3 And Other Android Wonders

One hell of a phablet, makes all the difference with a stylus in tow           HTC Driod DNA Is a looker and passes as a admirable Andriod Device         Stylish Motorola offering, Motorola Driod Razr Max offers the best battery life though camera fails to impress             Samsung galaxy S3 engages and kicks in the right Android spirit

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vs ZTE Grand Memo : A New Showstopper Phablet To Take On Samsung

Samsung sure did have a good run in 2012, with its two bestsellers, the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2. But it looks like 2013 is going to be a harder year for the world’s largest smartphone maker. Many of its competitors are gearing up to take down Samsung and unleashing fabulous devices into the market to pull away its fans. One such company is ZTE, formerly known as a company that makes cheap devices. It’s all set to enter the premium segment with its latest Android phablet, the Grand Memo, unveiled at MWC 2013. But does it stand a chance against Samsung’s popular phablet? ZTE Grand Memo: Firstly, ZTE’s phablet does have a larger 5.7-inch screen with a 1280X720 pixel resolution. It is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor and 2 GB of RAM. It also has a larger 3,200 mAh battery which should give it equal [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Leads The Android Pack..Samsung All Smiles

The Korean giants have indeed conquered android. We have latest news pouring in that projects Samsung as being the undisputed leader in the Android market—with a 47 per cent slice. Eight out of 10 top devices that use this platform come from the Samsung stable. Of course, as one might well have anticipated Galaxy S III as the king. Galaxy S II closely follows it. Both account for a whopping 17.4 per cent market share in this segment. Galaxy Ace, Note and Note II follow suit. The Samsung Epic 4G too makes it to the list of eight Samsung devices. Non-Samsung entrants include Amazon Kindle, Droid RAZR

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Samsung Galaxy SIII Vs iPhone 5 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Samsung Empire Strikes Back In UK, Apple Needs To Step Up

Mystery shopping seems to have thrown light on the smartphone story in the UK. Leading survey firm Informa Telecoms and Media had let out a bunch of shoppers to dig into which smartphone has taken the country by storm and the clock struck the Samsung mark.   Yes, you heard it right, despite Apple and Samsung being equally popular in terms of promotional recommendations, the crown rested on the Korean king when it came to sales.   We got an official confirmation from Informa on these lines, “(It is) ‘likely that sales assistants see the Samsung devices as a safe bet to earn greater commissions.’ ”   And coming to the players left in the doldrums, the honors were taken by Motorola and RIM!  

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Sony Xperia Z Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vs LG Optimus VU: Are You Up For Polished And Pulled Together 5-inch Beauties?

2013 looks like it’s going to be the year of the phablet, what with nearly every phone maker bringing out their own 5-inch offering. As screen sizes get bigger, the one major factor that will affect buyers’ choices would be screen resolution, battery power, and the overall performance of the device. Here’s a list of what we think are the 10 best phablets to look out for in 2013. Samsung Galaxy Note 2:                                                                                     Well, this one’s not exactly 5-inches. At 5.55 inches, the Galaxy Note 2 is bigger than the other devices we’ve listed, but it’s fabulous. It’s also the priciest in this category, despite which it has [+more]

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Huawei Ascend D2 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vs HTC X+: Is Bigger Really Better?

It does seem like an unusual combination of devices to compare, but what we’re trying to do here is to see how some of the latest devices launched figure when pitted against the already existing bestsellers. That’s why we’ve decided to compare the freshly announced Huawei Ascend D2 against the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and HTC X+. After all, in terms of size, it does fit in right in the middle of these two contenders. Huawei Ascend D2: This 5-inch phablet is literally a powerhouse, with its 1.4 GHz quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. Quite unlike the Huawei brand which is known primarily for its affordability, this one without a doubt is as premium as you can expect. The display is an IPS Super Retina display with full HD and a resolution of 443 ppi. And the best thing about it – the [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Will it be the Next Bestseller from Samsung?

The year has barely begun when the tech world has become abuzz with rumors about what Samsung will bring out next. After the much celebrated success of the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2, tech fans are eagerly awaiting the Galaxy S4. So, we decided to jump on the bandwagon and compare the upcoming (rumored) Galaxy S4 with the current hottest Samsung device, the Galaxy Note 2. There are many rumors that peg the release date of the Galaxy S4 as sometime in end-February, during Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona. However, Samsung has not yet confirmed any of these rumors, so we’re not really sure if there’s any truth in them. Given that the Galaxy Note 2 was launched in late 2012, it comes as no surprise that it will end up competing against the Galaxy S4, whenever it releases. Dimensions: The Galaxy Note 2 has a separate [+more]

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