3. HTC EVO 4G
The speedy HTC EVO 4G packs in some powerful specs and a variety of multimedia features into a stylish, minimalist design, but not everybody will get to enjoy one of its best features–4G connectivity.HTC has struck gold again with the HTC EVO 4G, which is easily the best Android Smartphone available. The EVO 4G packs powerful specs and a lot of features in a slick, stylish design. The biggest drawback is that not everyone will get to experience 4G connectivity, one of the phone’s best features at launch–yet they’ll still have to pay for it.The EVO 4G goes a step further with an 8-megapixel camera with a dual-LED flash. The EVO 4G comes with the bare minimum: a Micro-USB cable, a USB wall charger, a 1500mAh battery, and an 8GB MicroSD card.
2. Apple iPhone 4
The iPhone 4G boasts of a higher resolution with its display capabilities. Maximum display output is pegged at 960 x 540, half of the display that can be projected by a Full HD LCD/LED TV. This is a wonderful improvement. Many people watch videos with their portable devices, and the new resolution has just made Apple’s flagship product into a powerful, mini multimedia monster! Of course, the line’s audio playback is already legendary. The higher resolution only adds to the value of the product.
Previous iPhone models were capable W-iFi net phones. But the 4G now possesses 802.11, which makes it an even better portable internet device.
The line is also known for its fantastic camera, despite its low resolution. But the 4G bumps this up to 5 megapixels, and adds a front camera for one of the unit’s most prominent additions…
Yes, the iPhone 4G is now capable of video calling! The usefulness of this added feature, however, depends on the user’s preference. Though majority may like the new video calling capability of the device, some people may find it as a mere novelty
1. Windows Phone 7
There’s a lot riding on Microsoft’s next mobile operating system. For the last 18 months Windows Mobile has lag newer rivals like the iPhone, BlackBerry and Android. Its market share has dropped..it’s clear Microsoft has wiped the slate clean and started fresh with a new platform and a revamped, innovative user interface.But Microsoft’s insistence on manufacturers keeping its tile-based UI may limit phone makers like HTC, which has done wonders to dolly up Windows Mobile 6.5 with its Sense interface. And the inability to upgrade existing Windows Mobile phones to Windows Phone 7 may frustrate those who recently shelled out for a 6.5 device.