>1. Samsung Galaxy S II
With no doubt at number one is the Samsung Galaxy S II, the super fast and slim beast of phone from Samsung. Packing a !.2 GHz dual core processor, an 8 megapixel camera, a front facing camera and a 4.3 super amoled plus screen, it has quite amazing hardware. It continues to impress in the software department as well, running on Gingerbread and TouchWiz 4.0, which now a much better skin. Its widely regarded as one of the best Android phones out there.
At number two, is another amazing phone, the HTC sensation 4G. it runs on a 1.2 GHz dual processor, and has a beautiful 4.3 inch S-LCD display, an 8 megapixel camera and a front facing camera. It has Gingerbread, and HTC’s new Sense 3.0 UI on top, this brings great new customization options, a new and efficient lock screen system allowing you to launch programs directly from the lock screen and an intuitive menu interface as well as a new home screen carousel system. All in all it’s a great phone.
3. HTC HD7S
Running on the amazing Windows Phone 7 OS, at number three is the HD7S. With a 1 GHZ snapdragon processor, a 4.3 inch S-LCD display and dolby mobile sound, it’s pretty cool. The OS makes it even cooler, the live tiles update themselves from time to time keeping you up to date, Xbox, twitter and facebook integration the phone can keep you happy for a very long time, the only problem is the short battery life of the phone, but with the mango update coming in the fall, users will be more than happy.
4. Apple iPhone 4
The iPhone probably has one of the best build qualities I’ve seen. Keeping things fast is Apple’s not-so-new A4 processor that still does a very good job. But the best part of this phone is the Retina display. Every letter, picture, video website will be crystal clear, pixels are non-existent on this phone. The 5 megapixel camera takes great photos and the front facing camera is great for skyping or facetime. With the easy-to-use iOS on board, anyone can love and use this phone.
5. Samsung Google Nexus S
At number 5 is the ‘pure google experience’ phone. It gets that tag from the fact that its a stock android phone with no custom skin on top. You get pure Gingerbread on this phone. It has a 1 GHz snapdragon processor and a super amoled plus screen thanks to Samsung. Other specs include a 5 MP camera and a front facing camera, 16 or 32 GB of memory, Near Field Communications for Google Wallet payments and a contour display with a curved glass screen (its face friendly). The phones new features (NFC, curved display) make it very desirable as does the prospect of pure gingerbread.
Witten By: Aditya
Editing By: Orion69(Soham Adwani)