Top 10 Touchscreen Phones for 2012

7. BlackBerry Bold 9900

Create and connect like never before, swiping, pinching and zooming on the Liquid Graphics touch screen. Together with a 1.2 GHz processor, and a 24-bit high-resolution display, Liquid Graphics gives you fluid animations and instant response times.


6. Samsung Galaxy S

The Samsung Galaxy S has always been known for its 1GHz Hummingbird processor. The GPU on this thing alone made it more than competent of handling almost any 3D game thrown at it. Other specifications comprise a 5MP camera competent of recording some of the maximum class 720p HD video ever seen on a machine and a 1.3MP front facing camera. It also came with a 4-inch 480×800 SAMOLED but eccentrically absent was any kind of LED flash. It also included 2 internal memory sizes, both an 8 GB and 16 GB edition and at just 9.9mm thick, it is one of the thinnest Android phones existing.


5. Motorola Razr

Motorola RAZR features a 4.3 inches HD Super AMOLED display, enclosed with Gorilla Glass display on a really thin and light weight Kevlar conglomeratic body. This creates it the smartest mobile phone on planet. It’s operated by an OMAP 4430 chipset with a 1.2GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 processor operating Android 2.3 Gingerbread and 1GB of RAM. It promises to be priced moderately as compared to different mobile phone rates.


4. Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Incoming as the world’s first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Smartphone, the newest Nexus family member follows in the impressive touch screen footsteps of its close Galaxy compatriots.

Powered by 1.2GHz dual-core processor situated inside the Samsung Galaxy S2, the Galaxy Nexus hosts an exciting 4.6-inch Super AMOLED HD screen that’ll do full integrity to your 720p videos, internet browsing and the propel of camera features which includes the admirable single motion landscape style.


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