Best Android smartphone of the year 2012?
LG Optimus G was just announced earlier this week with a Qualcomm S4 Pro Quad-core 1.5Ghz processor, 8.45mm thick, 2100mAh battery, and 13-megapixel camera. Too bad LG is rarely seen on U.S. carriers much and I doubt they will make it to more than one U.S. carrier. This could be a great phone but LG still needs to step up in the areas of customer support, marketing, etc…etc… I will not buy an LG phone until they make their international support centers better.
Next, Razr i was announced with a world’s first Android device with an Intel 2Ghz Medfield processor. Initial benchmarks on Engadget show that the phone barely keeps up with the latest Qualcomm processors, time will tell if Intel has done a good job or not. Other than that, Motorola needs to stop locking bootloaders and making it hard for people to root their phones. It doesn’t make sense you cannot do what you want with your phone when you paid $500-600 for it.
The best Android smartphone of the year 2012?
Definitely, I would have to say Note 2. It’s a superphone. It’s the ultimate smartphone of the year with a whopping 1.6Ghz quad-core Exynos processor AND LTE support, meaning U.S. variants will also get the same processor, instead of the watered-down Qualcomm like on the S3s.
Did you know that in South Korea right now, people carry more Galaxy Note than any other phone?
Why is this phone so popular that every Korean celebrity is dumping their iPhone for Galaxy Note?
Well, first, a Galaxy Note is a phone that works well with very loud speakers and very good reception due to its large antenna over other smartphone.
Second, Galaxy Note packs one of the biggest batteries on smartphone, even without its removable battery feature, you can get a good full two-days of usage.
Third, Galaxy Note isn’t just a phone, it’s also a tablet! It doubles as a phone and a tablet. It’s the original Phablet device out there, it’s truly magical and revolutionary.
Now with Note 2 coming out with a quad-core 1.6Ghz Exynos processor and LTE support, it’s simply gonna be the killer CEO phone of the year.
What is your favorite phone for year 2012? Leave you comments below!
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