Top 4 Upcoming Smartphones in 2012

Smartphones are the most popular segment of phones in the contemporary worlds. Over the years, the demand for smartphones has been increasing at a tremendous rate. In view of this manufacturers every year introduce new segments of smartphones. It has been estimated that the demand for these phones will increase with the passage of time. In 2011 many new smartphones were launched, like Phone 4Gs, HTC HD2, Satio and for 2012, a number of phones are in queue. 4 of the most awaited phones to be launched in 2012 are listed hereunder:

  1. iPhone 5 next generation of Smartphones

    iphone compared with iphone5
    This version of iPhone will be much faster and powerful than its predecessor IPhone 4Gs. iPhone 5 is said to be powered by a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU with NEON SIMD accelerator and a dual core PowerVR SGX543MP2 GPU, which means that the iPhone5 can do twice the work at once. iPhone 5 may also have 4G/LTE network support. It will have a larger screen of 3.7 inches and a much better 8 MP camera, may be even a 3D camera as Apple has filed several patent applications relating to 3D picture capturing to the US Patent and Trademark Office. The storage capacity of this smart phone is said to be about 64 GB or even may be 128 GB. It will run on iOS5 and may have solar panel in order to recharge its battery using sunlight.
    Some people are saying iPhone5 will be fire proof and if this is true than it may began another era for smart-phones after Jobs. NFC or Nano field communication and Nano-SIM is also expected in it.

  2. Samsung Galaxy S III the battle with iPhone continues

    Samsung Galaxy S III
    The real competitor for iPhone4 was Samsung Galaxy II. With Galaxy III we can expect the same for iPhone5. With Super AMOLED Plus capacitive touchscreen 4.6 inches screen with 16M colors 720 x 1280 pixels @ ~319 ppi pixel density and protected with Corning Gorilla Glass it easily overtakes iPhone5’s 3.7″ screen. The memory is also impressive with 16GB/32GB internal storage, 2 GB RAM and external microSD memory up to 32GB.
    Galaxy III will have two cameras. Main rear camera will be a 12 Mega Pixels camera with 4000×3000 pixels picture resolution, autofocus and LED flash. In the front there will be a 2MP camera for video calling. The rear camera can record HD videos of 1080p at 30fps. The phone will be powered by Dual-core 1.8 GHz processor and will support 4G Network LTE 700. It may also have NFC just like iPhone 5

  3. Nokia Lumia 900 coming up next from Nokia

    nokia lumia 900 black
    After the successor(not sure) of Nokia Lumia Nokia Lumia 900 is expected to launch in March 2012. This smartphone from Nokia will run on Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Operating System. With 1.4 GHz Scorpion CPU & 3D Graphics HW Accelerator you can expect rich media/game experience on this device. Nokia Lumia 900 will have internal 16 GB storage memory with 512 Ram. This is poor I must say. A 8MP camera with 3264×2448 pixels picture resolution, Carl Zeiss optics with autofocus and dual-LED flash is good. The display of this device will be AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, Nokia ClearBlack display with 16M colors. Size of the display is huge 4.3 inches with 480 x 800 pixels resolution at ~217 ppi pixel density. The display is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass.

  4. HTC Ville possibly the Slimmest Smartphone

    htc ville with Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich
    Just 8mm thick, it may be considered as the thinnest phone at the time of release. Don’t know what Samsung has in mind, they have the reputation of making slim phones. Apart from that HTC Vile will on Android OS, v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). It will be powerd by a 8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash front camera. The display is expected to be Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors and 4.3 inches with 540 x 960 pixels 256 ppi pixel density.HTC Vile will have external memory slot for microSD card up to 32GB.

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