Mobile phones – which one will you choose?
As it is every year, we expect most mobile device manufacturers to reveal this year’s novelties during Mobile World Congress in February. However, some smartphones have already peaked their heads, thus announcing an exciting year for mobile phones.
Attempting to validate Atom as a reliable CPU for mobile phones, Inter and Lenovo have joined forces to launch Lenovo K800, the Android Atom smartphone. The Atom chip, previously used for a variety of devices (form netphones to smart TV’s), is promising to be the ticket into the mobile devices market Intel so desperately needs.
HTC’s Titan II, the upgraded version of HTC Titan, has a 16 megapixel camera, which seems to be the greatest advantage in comparison with other mobile devices on the market. Of course, that is not the only upgrade form HTC Titan I. The battery cannot be removed, but has been upgraded to 1730mAh, and the screen remains the same as the original Titan’s – 4,7-in WVGA super LCD capacitive touchscreen.
Sony Xperia S (now that Sony has dropped Ericsson from phone branding) has a dual core 1.5GHz processor and runs on Android 2.3. This phone is Playstation Certified, which is great news for all the Playstation enthusiasts.
Nokia releases Nokia Lumia 900 with the 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM, Windows Phone 7 and a 37-inch screen. Along with the 8 megapixel camera on the back, Lumia 900 has a wide angle 1.3 megapixel camera facing thew front, ideal for chatting.
LG’s Huawei Ascend P1 S and Ascend P1 have been presented as the thinnest mobile phones on the market, with the 4.5-inch LCD that can easily be compared with Retina display on iPhone4.
Indeed, this promises to be a very exciting year, and choosing a smartphone might present a task more demanding than any of us imagined!