Tuesday, February 19, 2013

HTC One vs LG Nexus 4 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 vs iPhone 5

Finally, another great smartphone HTC One has come to us after the Nexus 4, Galaxy Note 2 and iPhone 5. So, what’s the surprise does the phone bring along? And can it compete for the best smartphones mentioned above on the present market? Just do some comparison about them in the following.

First the basic specifications 
HTC One Nexus 4 Galaxy Note 2 iPhone 5
OS Android 4.1.2 Android 4.2 Android 4.1 iOS 6
Display 4.7"HD LCD(1920*1080,468ppi) 4.7"HD IPS+LCD(1280*768,320ppi) 5.5"HD Super LCD 3(1920*1080,440ppi) 4"Retina display(1136*640,326ppi)
Processor 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600(quad-core) 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 pro(quad-core) 1.6GHz Exynos 4(quad-core) 1.3GHz Apple A6 chip(quad-core)
Storage 32GB/64GB 8GB/16GB 16GB/32GB/64GB 16GB(Expand to up to 64GB)
Camera 4UP UltraPixel rear camera and 2.1 MP wide-angel front camera 8MP rear camera and 1.3MP front camera 8MP rear camera and 1.9MP front camera 8MP iSight rear camera and 1.2 MP front camera
Battery 2300mAh 2100mAh 3100mAh 1440mAh
Connectivity Blueteeth,NFC Blueteeth,NFC Blueteeth,NFC Blueteeth

Pros and Cons of These Top Smartphones

The good:The similar iPhone appearance and the zero-gap aluminum unibody casing makes it look and feel amazing, and the UltraPixel Camera will give you the awesome feeling to take perfect images with one-press continuous shooting.Besides, you will feel terrific about the camera software HTC Zoe, BoomSound and the Sense TV which is HTC turning your One phone into your home entertainment controller .
The bad:The home panel known as BlinkFeed seems disappoint people with the display of a clock widget stuck to a Flipboard widget on your first home screen that cannot be removed.Another mess is the app drawer Sense 5.0 spot. The app drawer defaults to 3×4 and scrolls vertically, the problem is you cannot change it to 4×5.
The bottle line:HTC One owns the top specs, and from the specs, it seems that it will be the winner in the battle.And also, it focuses on the new place with the Ultrapixel.The smartphone experience will be probably great,but in some apps, you may feel upset.Whatever, it can be the strong competitor.

Nexus 4
The good: The cheap but compatitive LG Nexus 4 delivers a pure and polished experience with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean,and now you can update the system to Android 4.2.2 so that you can enjoy many new cool features.
The bad: Nexus 4's call volume is too low, and the 4G LTE version is not available.
The bottom line:As a unlocked phone,LG priced only $299 for 8GB and it has received people's enthusiastic attention.And you can enjoy the latest Android system features with the device.But the LTE version's lackness may be a pity to people.

Galaxy Note 2
The good:The 5 inch screen of Galaxy Note 2 is very suitable for videos, games, and reading.And the special stylus aids just give you the other chance expect for the fingers.Besides,, the great camera and the strong battery make it more attractive.
The bad:Galaxy Note 2 is unwieldy to carry owing to the huge display, and hiccups in the S Pen stylus and apps can slow you down.
The bottom line:Obviously, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is a powerful and boundary-pushing device and it seems that you can regard it as the middle of phone and tablet.

iPhone 5
The good: The retina display just give you the breakthrogh on the screen.The sharp iOS 6 gives you the great new features and the A6 processor brought the faster speed.Also, the device is slimer and lighter.More important, you can enjoy the large numbers of apps and games at Apple store.
The bad:The most terrible part is the Apple Maps, and the RAM is lower compared to other Android device.Besides, no NFC which is now popular on Android devices.
The bottom line: The iPhone 5 give people the faster speed and the great experience.But there are still bugs that is on iOS 6.

The joinment of HTC One just get the customer the new choice, but the price may be the important part if HTC One want to succeed with such specs.Can Nexus 4,Galaxy Note 2 and iPhone 5 keep the space? Let's wait and see.

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