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Smart Phone To Choose From by Priyanka ,  Jun 6, 2013
Shopping for a new smartphone can be overwhelming. Even after you’ve chosen a wireless carrier, there are so many phones – many of which look almost the same – that you might not know where to begin. The choice is made even more difficult by the constantly shifting sands of the smartphone marketplace and this year has already seen a number of major new players enter the fray.

Last but not the least, its BlackBerry 10 time. I know number of people who have been waiting for the launch of BB Z10. Its touch screen gestures are incredible, and you wont find such gestures on any smartphone on this planet. BlackBerry Hub, the complete user interface is just lovely. And the people who wanted to use BlackBerry, but the fact that iOS and Android are advanced were not allowing you to do so, BlackBerry Z10 would be a super sweet surprise for you.

Lets move on to Google Nexus 4 which runs on Android Jelly Bean. Its 8MP camera, with a feature called Sphere which take picture in a sphere i.e. a much more advanced version of panorama. And features like Google Wallet, Android Beam, full HDMI mirroring, makes it the most advanced smartphone in the Android segment.

HTC has had a bit of a rough time in the mobile market over the last two years. Odd decisions and disappointing flagship phones have seen Samsung sail past HTC, where once it was a fierce rival for the title of King of Android. HTC wants to change all that with the HTC One, a powerful, advanced and mostly seriously impressive Android phone

No one knows how to best pack durability into a beautiful design like Sony. The slim 7.9 mm body, with its reflective glass surface, looks and feels slick, but Xperia Z is crafted to be water-resistant, dust-resistant and tough enough to handle whatever life has planned.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has a lot to live up to. Follow-on to the Samsung Galaxy S3, the most successful Android handset to date, the Galaxy S4 pits itself against renewed efforts from old rivals as well as the ever-present threat of Apple.Given the hype surrounding the handset’s launch, however, a period that has seen months of build-up paired with countless rumours that would be the envy of any Apple launch, Samsung’s latest flagship phone looks set to face no issues in once again storming to the top of smartphone sales charts.

Lumia 920 running on Windows Phone 8 is definitely the most advanced Nokia’s smartphone. Its highlighting feature is its 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens and PureView Brilliance technology promises incredible photography capability. Its PureMotion HD display offers you crisp display. And trust me, you will instantly fall in love with its display. And features like Nokia City Lens, Wireless Charging, and good battery life are other top features of this Nokia smartphone.

There is no doubt about the fact that Apple users just love their iPhones. Siri, the voice assistant is one of the path-breaking features ever introduced by any smartphones. And its retina display makes it the smartphone with the best display in the market. The other incredible features of iOS 6 include, 3G Facetime, Facebook integration, panorama, and few more.
Blackberry Z10 specs
Google Nexus 4