The Best Smartphones For 2012 Including The Samsung Galaxy S3
The phones we have taken a look at are likely to be four of the leading devices of 2012. The Samsung Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 5 are the big names among the group but the new Panasonic device looks like a very impressive phone.
Market Press Release – March 10, 2012 11:07 am
As the Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona draws to a close we are getting a clear picture of what exciting new handsets are set to hit the shelves over the coming months. Some phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 5 were not unveiled at the event but several new devices were. We take a look at some of the most exciting releases we can expect in 2012.|
One of the the most anticipated new releases is the Panasonic Eluga. Panasonic used to produce some great feature phones but this is their first ever smartphone release after a long absence from the mobile market. This stylish new model boasts a feature that we have not seen linked with other devices like the Samsung Galaxy S3 which is that the phone is marketed as being waterproof. This does not mean that you should operate the device underwater but the phone has gained a IP57 certificate which means that it has been tested in depths of up to 1 metre for periods of 30 minutes. This type of protection should ensure that your device should survive being dropped into a bath or sink of water. A high quality 4.3 inch screen uses the latest OLED technology to produce a stunning 960 x 540 image while a powerful while a 1Ghz dual core processor should ensure fast operation speeds. If you are looking for an impressive screen with slightly more processing power then the Samsung Galaxy S3 may be the model for you. The phone is rumoured to be offering the first mobile Full HD display which means it will display a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The processing power on this phone looks set to over shadow all of its rivals. The new Quad Core chip will be clocked at 1.5Ghz to ensure that it delivers near faultless performance.
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Just like the Samsung Galaxy S3 there is a second model due where there is no confirmed specification which is the new iPhone 5. This model is one of several new products set to be launched by Apple in 2012. It is rumoured that it will be the first iPhone to incorporate a screen larger than 3.5 inches. A 4 inch display is likely on this model as is a new quad core processor that will form part of the new Apple A6 chipset. Apple are also set to change the design on this model from the glass body that was used on the iPhone 4 and 4S. It has been suggested that the new phone will feature a metallic body which will delight many potential consumers who did not approve of the glass design on previous models. One new phone where we do have some confirmed specification is the HTC Once X. This is the first quad core device from HTC and sports a massive 4.7 inch screen capable of displaying a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. This high quality results in an excellent pixel density of 312PPI. A host of other great features are present on the model including an 8 mega pixel camera and 32GB of internal storage capacity.
The phones we have taken a look at are likely to be four of the leading devices of 2012. The Samsung Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 5 are the big names among the group but the new Panasonic device looks like a very impressive phone. HTC always produce stunning smartphones and the new One X could prove the best that they have ever released.
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