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Posted by : Amanda Stein Tuesday, January 21, 2014
When you buy a smart phone either online or on the high street, you not only go through the specifications that you like, but you should also consider the brand, the make, and the operating system that the device comes with. Considering the hardware and software combination is much more important than looking for the list of preloaded apps and support in a smart phone. Read on as we visit the HTC Droid DNA, the Motorola Droid Razr HD and the Nokia Lumia 920 and check their features out.
HTC Droid DNA
Considered to be one of the best HTC-created phones in a long time, the HTC Droid DNA is truly a spectacular smart phone. It features a quad-core processor that clocks amazing speeds at 1.5 GHz, an internal RAM of 2 GB and expandable memory up to 64 GB in addition to cloud computing, making it a corporate favourite in terms of speeds, reliability, and performance.
The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the 4G LTE services, and the dazzling 5 inch screen are the features that you get with the HTC Droid DNA. The 8mp camera is the icing on the cake.
You can get a modern, high-spec phone but it comes with a high price tag.
Motorola Droid Razr HD
Whether it is the design, the superb call quality, or the great screen with a luminous display system, the Motorola Droid Razr HD is designed to grab the eye and it certainly does thatIt has a weak camera, but a formidable CPU and operating system making it one of the best mobile systems available.
Fast 4G LTE browsing and data relaying and a solid memory capacity of more than 32 GB that can be expanded too, the Motorola Droid Razr is certainly one of the best Razr products yet. The Android 4.0 OS is also a handy support to the apps and games that the smart phone is packed with. The only drawback with the phone is the bloat-ware. Otherwise, the smart phone is a great product for the money.
Nokia Lumia 920
The most powerful Windows 8 OS smart phone yet constructed, with a great camera and interesting interface, the Nokia Lumia 920 contains practically everything you’d want from a good smart phone.
Offering you a powerful processor running at 1.5 GHz, 4G LTE services, and a number of apps from the Nokia stable, the Lumia 920 is the best smart phone you’d ever come across for its price. It does has a overhyped camera and settings that don’t quite translate into good editing. But, for the price, that was the best that Nokia could have come up with.
With apps and networking settings, and a great interface, the Nokia Lumia 920 is easily one of the best phones to come out of the Nokia stable. Go for it if you want a good performance oriented phone minus the bloat ware. It could restore Nokia's reputation as a manufacturer if up to date and top quality mobile phones once more.
Phil Turner has a great PAYG a great Tesco phone and has never had a phone with such low monthly running costs.