Mobile Phones are one of those things which just keep on developing and getting better and better. One day we shell out a couple hundred dollars for a phone, the other day a new, more powerful phone arises. But that’s just the way the cookie crumbles. And so here today we are presenting the laydown of the top smartphones of 2012 which we know of and expect to dominate the market.
1. Samsung Galaxy s3
If the response given by the Samsung Galaxy S2 is a hint, we expect the Samsung Galaxy S3 to be on the top next year. Although it has not been officially shown, but we all know what to expect (more or less). Expect a quad-core processor and a powerful GPU. 12 mp camera is probably also going to feature. The Galaxy S3 will also sport a 4.7 inch display. The phone will also support NFC along with Android 4.0 with a new version of the Touch Wiz interface.
2. HTC One X
This phone seems like a promising phone. Apart from killer looks, it has some pretty good specs. A quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 32 GB internal memory, along with an 8 Mp camera. It will have a 4.7 inch display with a high resolution of 1280×720. Its display will be highly resistant to scratch as it features Gorilla Glass 2.
3. Lg Optimus 4x
The Lg Optimus 2x was the first dual-core phone on the market, and the Lg Optimus 4x is the first quad-core phone in the market. It has similar specs to the HTC One X, verying primarily only in the fact that its internal memory is 16 GB and not 32 Gb. It will also feature an 8 MP camer, 1080p video recording at 30fps, Tegra 3 Processor and 1 GB of RAM
4. Nokia Lumia 900
The Nokia Lumia 900 is the successor of the Nokia Lumia 800. And it makes its way onto this list because of sheer style. Not that its a baby when compared to its competitors, but because it is in the market doing its own little thing. The Lumia 900 is quite similar in specs to the Lumia 800, but it has a 4.3 inch display instead. Also there has been the addition of a front facing camera, as Windows Phone 7.5 now supports Skype in its Beta Stage. But still, we expect that Nokia Lumia 900 a phone which people would wish to behold.
Main disappointment is the lack of dual-core support and the app-market its competition has.
5. The iPhone 5
Many of you are probably thinking “What?” Why is this so low on the list.
We expect that the iPhone 5 will be the most selling phone on its release and also to bring some new innovation to the market, but since Apple has not really announced anything, its better to just reserve a spot for Apple in the Top List instead of giving it the Top Position (i.e if it will be capable enough to occupy it)
What do you guys got to say about it? Give your suggestion and valuable comments. What should the next generations of phones include?