They say money can’t buy everything, but when you are ready to spend the best mobile phones with great looks features and apps can be yours. The cream of the crop mobile phones with every imaginable feature you could ever want or need are available at these rates. Phones have a noticeable bump in build quality where aluminium is the most commonly used material for the chassis. Screen sizes are bigger and the camera’s bundled along giving budget digicams a run for their money.
HTC Sensation XE:
HTC Sensation XE offers a lot more value. Packing in the same DNA as the old one, the XE features a faster dual-core CPU as well as Beats Audio enhancements along with a Beats headset for better audio fidelity. The 8MP camera is capable of capturing great stills as well as record in full HD resolution. The phone also supports DivX video out-of-the-box.
Samsung Galaxy Note:
Despite its size, Samsung’s Galaxy Note was a runaway success as it gives users the best of both worlds. Aside from being a bit of a challenge to fit in your pocket, the Note offers a brilliantly large Super AMOLED screen making it ideal for videos and surfing the Internet. The phone also comes with the S-Pen which lets you take quick notes. It’s a powerful phone as well, thanks to a speedy 1.4GHz dual-core CPU. The 8MP camera captures good stills as well as full HD video at 30fps. Samsung has also fitted it with a large battery which delivers great battery life. If you can’t decide between phone and tablet, then the Note is a perfect compromise.
Samsung Galaxy S Plus:
Samsung Galaxy S Plus is keeping the GT-I9000 name alive as it builds on the former’s success, resulting in a better phone. For the most part, it’s pretty much identical to the Galaxy S except a few areas, where it improves upon them. Powering the phone is a faster 1.4GHz Qualcomm CPU and you now get a larger 1650mAh battery as well. The gorgeous Super AMOLED screen makes a comeback and the phone will play all your DivX and MKV videos out-of-the-box, thanks to TouchWiz. The internal memory is now 8GB and but you can expand it. The 5MP camera captures very good panoramas which is one of the best in a mobile phone.
Sony Ericssson Xperia Pro:
Sony Ericssson Xperia Pro phone offers all the features of the Neo V (and more) along with one of the best physical QWERTY keyboards we’ve come across. The BRAVIA-enabled screen offers very good colours and sunlight legibility. The Timescape UI makes Gingerbread very smooth to use and 8.1MP camera captures really good pictures. 720p recording is present as well and to top it off, delivers good battery life as well.
Motorola Atrix 2:
Motorola Atrix 2 came out of nowhere and is currently, by far, the most value for money Android smartphone in the market. To start with, we have a big 4.3-inch qHD screen and a 1GHz Cortex-A9 dual-core CPU. Then there’s the 8MP camera that can record video in 1080p with sufficient onboard storage (8GB) to boot. The phone supports DivX video playback out-of-the-box. This is currently the cheapest dual-core phone worth buying today.
Nokia Lumia 800:
Nokia Lumia 800 is another very good WP7, the Lumia 800 was absurdly overpriced at launch but low sales and time have finally brought this phone to a more affordable price range. This Mango-powered smartphone runs on a faster 1.4GHz Qualcomm CPU which makes the interface incredibly smooth to use. The phone also sports Nokia’s ClearBlack display which makes viewing text and images incredibly easy even under direct sunlight. The 8MP camera comes with a dual-LED flash and supports 720p video recording. You get 16GB of onboard storage which is plenty. More than the specifications though, it’s the polycarbonate shell which gives the Lumia 800 a premium look and feel.
These phones are a great buy and are phones for a life time and look to be in vogue for a long time, a wise buy for those who want a phone that will be in vogue for many years.
About The Author: Jayessh Barodia has a craving for premier phones and loves to share his opinion with the help of such articles. His website www.datainsurance.in helps you insure all the data on your memory card and other storage devices.