With so many smartphones available on the market today, it can be challenging to decide which one to go with. If you are an AT&T user, you have some difficult choices to make concerning your next smartphone. These new 2012 releases are packed with upgraded features, so take some time to review their capabilities and compatibilities before deciding which one is best for you.
Smartest Available Smartphones
HTC One X
The sleek new offering by HTC will make you rethink what a smartphone should be. It features a lightweight, white body made out of polycarbonate. This durable material won’t chip for flake, and if it does scratch it will simply reveal more of the shiny white material underneath. Music lovers will appreciate the Beats Audio enhancements, available across all apps, giving audio more bass and clearer definition. Its super-fast processing time and plethora of high tech features are giving other smartphones a run for their money.
The offering from Apple has iPhone users enthralled. Its revamped features include an upgraded camera with 8MP and improved aperture ratio and a dual-core A5 processor. The graphical processing power has also been increased tremendously (seven times that of it’s predecessor). Users will also love Siri, the iPhone’s new voice recognition system. Whether you are a current iPhone user wishing to upgrade or looking to become a certified iPhone addict, the new 4S is the way to go.
Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket
The new Skyrocket offers a larger screen plus LTE connectivity to the Galaxy S II. Featuring an Android 2.3 operating system (Upgradable to 4.0), it boasts a 4.5 inch, 800×480 Super AMOLED Plus screen. Users will appreciate the updated camera which has 8MP plus and LED flash and a 1080p, front facing 2MP. This sleek, powerful phone is also competitively priced, giving it you great value for money.
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