HTC One Vs Samsung Galaxy S3 Vs LG Nexus 4: Does iIt Make Sense To Lust After The Latest Android Phone?

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The HTC One was showcased a few weeks ago and yes, we are impressed. But for those of you looking to pick up a good Android-based smartphone in the near future, does it make sense to hold off your purchase until it hits the market? Or should you end up picking the current market faves like Galaxy S3 or the Nexus 4? Read on to get your answer: HTC One: HTC’s flagship smartphone for 2013 features a 4.7-inch full HD display with the highest resolution so far of 468 ppi. But there’s much more going on in this phone with its all metal slick body. HTC has also put in an interesting camera with its own Ultrapixels technology to let you click sharper, better pictures with more realistic color reproduction. And then there’s the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with an overlay of HTC’s vastly improved Sense 5.0 UI. The HTC [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs Samsung Galaxy S3: Three Hoots For The Successor, But Does It Leave It Spell bounded?

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The Samsung Galaxy S3 went on to become the world’s most popular smartphone in 2012, and now that Samsung’s unveiled its brand new flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone, everyone’s wondering if the company can repeat this feat in 2013 too. So what all has changed when you pit the Galaxy S4 against its hugely successful predecessor? Design: Not much seems to have changed in this regard, with the Galaxy S4 just looking like a slightly larger version of the Galaxy S3. But yes, the Galaxy S4 is thinner and lighter than the latter, and we love its brushed metal bezel. Display: The Galaxy S4 has a 5-inch full HD Super AMOLED display and images look quite sharp and color looks quite realistic too. The Galaxy S3 comes with a 4.8-inch screen, but in terms of resolution, of course, the new phone takes a major lead. Add to that the new floating [+more]

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LG Optimus G Pro Vs Sony Xperia Z Vs Samsung Galaxy S3: With Samsung Galaxy S4 On Verge, Which Of These Got Game?

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This year has been off to a promising start with a long list of flagship smartphones already unveiled. While the Sony Xperia Z stole the limelight at CES 2013, followed by LG’s Optimus G Pro a few weeks later, all eyes are on Samsung as it gets ready to showcase the latest flagship Galaxy S4 this week. But until this phone hits the markets, can the Galaxy S3 continue to sell once the Optimus G Pro and Xperia Z have arrived? LG Optimus G Pro: We’ll start with this because it’s the most recent among these three smartphones. LG’s mammoth flagship features a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1080X1920 pixels. Running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, it is powered by a quad-core 1.7 GHz processor and has 2 GB of RAM. LG has also put in a 13 MP rear camera and a 2.1 MP front-facing camera into this phone. [+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

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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 S3 Had Given An Upper Hand To Samsung And Now It Is Tizen Powered Device Not Making Google Happy

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Samsung is not new to have  a upper hand as far as technology is concerned  This is not mystery or hidden fact- the Galaxy S III has sealed Samsung’s rank as a giant in the Android world too. Now buzz from corners reveal that Google is all-so-worked up that Samsung is almost there to make a mark in history  ! Why so, you ask? Samsung has got on to initiate Tizen-powered devices—perhaps a way to that it is done with Google for now. Coming from another buzz mill partial to Google, we hear that Samsung is losing sleep over the later collaborating with Motorola on the Motorola X. With Key Lime Pie, the smarty is the first to be powered by Andriod5.0. Samsung wonders if Motorola could get latest specs and updates all too fast. Moving away from the rumor mills, Patrick Pichette, CFO at Google dismisses any rift or conflict [+more]

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HTC One Vs Samsung Galaxy S3: Can The HTC Flagship Win Over Samsung’s?

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HTC hasn’t had much luck in the smartphone market over the past couple of years, despite creating remarkable handsets. Of course, 2012 remained the year of Samsung with its bestselling Galaxy S3. But 2013 seems to be more promising for HTC, thanks to the company’s launch of its latest flagship smartphone, the HTC One. It looks good, has quite a few good features, but the real question is, is it fancy enough to put a dent in the Galaxy S3’s sales? HTC One: Let’s just start by telling you how much we love the HTC One’s overall design. Clad completely in aluminum, it’s got a premium, futuristic look and feel. Its 4.7-inch full HD display has a breathtaking 468 ppi resolution – the best resolution in a smartphone till date. The phone runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with an upgraded HTC Sense UI overlay. Powered by a quad-core 1.7 [+more]

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Asus PadFone 2 vs. Google Nexus 4 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3: Tough Competition for the World’s Favorite Smartphone?

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Samsung’s 2012 flagship, the Galaxy S3, sure did win a lot of hearts ever since it was unveiled. But looks like its popularity could be in grave threat from competitors like LG and Asus. Today, we’re comparing the Galaxy S3 with the Google Nexus 4 and the Asus PadFone 2 to see if either of these phones could upset Samsung’s leading streak. Asus PadFone 2: The Asus PadFone 2 features a 4.7-inch display with a resolution of 312 ppi. Powered by a quad-core 1.5 GHz Krait processor and 2 GB of RAM, this phone runs on Android 4.0 ICS, but is upgradeable to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. Available in three variants with 16 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB of internal storage space, it doesn’t have a microSD card slot which limits you to the internal space. But the PadFone 2 does have a 13 MP rear camera as well [+more]

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Sony Xperia Z Gets Rolled Out In Japan, Europe Can’t Wait For This Fierce Samsung Galaxy S3 Competitor

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Yes, it’s been a while since we brought out extensive coverage of the absolutely gorgeous Sony Xperia Z. We know you’ve been waiting to get your hands on it for some time now, but it sure looks like your wait is ending soon. Sony’s flagship device with its 5-inch screen, quad-core processor and dust and water resistant body has finally started selling in Japan. You can buy it through NTT DoCoMo and shipping has already started to consumers who had pre-ordered the phone. The Xperia Z available in Japan has been specially customized by Sony, and features a One Seg Tuner, FeliCa NFC as well as an infrared port, in addition to unique software features. You can choose from three color options – white, black and purple. For European customers too, the wait is soon coming to an end. From what we have heard, the phone should hit the European [+more]

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

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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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Apple iPhone 5 Seems Wary Of Losing Fan Base To Samsung Galaxy S III: Heat Is On

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After Steve Jobs, perhaps another Steve is iconic in his association with Apple. We mean Steve Wozniak—for all those, yet unacquainted—he is the co-founder of the market giant Apple. Now when a statement comes from such an individual, it sure means serious business. Woznaiak was vocal in opining that Apple cannot take its fan base for granted and in the race for retaining its popularity and position, it indeed lags behind in terms of specs that define a smartphone. With the Korean Samsung leaving no second whereby it is not pulling its ropes tight, Apple needs to take the value of sizzling up its products with innovation. With Samsung Galaxy III innovations could not just be re-defined, but could well be refined. Multi-windows, no-sleep space for the phone and the sexy S-Beam, Samsung could indeed come out with another wonder kid on the block. With competition in such style, Apple [+more]

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