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However, this time a iPhone seems to have a series of competitors, all of whom might give a association a run for a money.
Let’s take a demeanour during some of these.
Samsung Galaxy S2
The Samsung Galaxy S2 continues a clever impetus brazen in a smartphone wars, providing unbending foe to Apple’s iPhone4 and could infer to be a handful to a stirring iPhone5.
The device, that was recently launched in a United States, sole a whopping 10 million units given a launch in late Apr 2011; a figure, that even disdainful of sales from a U.S., that is believed to be a largest marketplace for smartphones. On a other hand, Apple sole 20 million iPhones in a third quarter.
The figures, yet demonstrative of a opening in terms of comprehensive numbers, between a Galaxy S2 and a iPhone, do seem to indicate that Samsung could good be Apple’s toughest rival.
The Galaxy S2, that runs on a Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and sports Samsung’s TouchWiz UI, comes with an 8-megapixel camera with peep and can record HD video in 1080p. The phone also has a front-facing 2-megapixel camera for video chat. The phone comes with a choice of 16/32GB of inner memory, with 1GB RAM.
Motorola Droid Bionic
Motorola expelled a Droid Bionic smartphone on Verizon’s networks on Sept. 8. The device runs a Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 OS and is powered by dual-core 1 GHz processors, 1 GB of RAM and a overwhelming 4.3-inch qHD display, with a fortitude of 960×540-pixels.
The Droid Bionic sports an 8 megapixel auto-focus camera with peep and 1080p HD video capture, as good as a front-facing camera for video discuss over 4G LTE, 3G or Wi-Fi. The phone has 16GB of inner storage and a pre-installed 16GB MicroSD card, that can be stretched to 32GB.
Verizon offers a Droid Bionic during $299 with 2-year contract.
Google Nexus S 4G
Rumors that Google’s refurbish of a Android OS – nicknamed Ice Cream Sandwich – and to be launched on a new Samsung smartphone, to be called Nexus Prime have been around for a month now. The phone is touted to be an “absolute beast” and is approaching to underline a 1.5GHz Snapdragon chip along with a monster-sized arrangement sans a menu buttons that are customarily found in Android devices.
It will have a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera that will broach higher low-light opening and will also underline a 1-megapixel front-facing camera. The Nexus 4G will offer 1080p video constraint and playback capability. It is serve rumored that a Nexus 4G will underline a 4G LTE radio and 1GB of RAM. The phone is not approaching to be expelled before November.
Motorola Droid HD
An unaccepted Android-based device from a Motorola camp, underneath a moniker Droid HD, showed adult alongside a Droid Bionic in leaked cinema posted by a tipster. The photographs were posted by Endgadget on a Web site.
The image suggests that a Droid HD could be most thinner than a Droid Bionic and it is believed that a HD will move a integrity of Gingerbread on a 4.5-inch display, with a fortitude of 1280×720. The phone is also approaching to competition an 8-megapixel camera able of sharpened videos in 1080p.
The snapshots also advise that a phone has a SIM container and a MicroSD container on a left side, with a volume control and energy symbol on a right.
Endgadget speculated that a phone could be between 8.5 and 9mm thick. The rumors also suggested that it would underline a Texas Instruments’ OMAP processor, 1GB RAM and a shade incomparable than a Bionic.
HTC is rumored to be deliberation a launch of another Android Gingerbread-based smartphone, patrician HTC Vigor. The conjecture is that a Vigor will competition a 1.5GHz dual-core processor.
The phone, that is touted to be a deputy for a HTC Thunderbolt, is approaching to have a 4.3-inch arrangement with 1280×720 shade resolution.
The Vigor could be propitious with an 8-megapixel camera and is approaching to offer 1GB RAM, 16GB inner storage and a Beats Electronics Technology – best famous for a high-performance line of headphones corroborated by hip-hop artist /producer Dr. Dre.
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