What new mobile phone models are there?
The battle for supremacy in the mobile phones market is an intriguing one with screen sizes shrinking and growing. Manufacturers are still seemingly trying to pinpoint exactly what makes the perfect mobile. This has meant a host of interesting new concepts in mobile phone technology and a marked improvement in standards from all companies.
Many users would prefer the new Samsung Galaxy S3 to the iPhone 5 because of its 4.8 inch larger screen. The larger screen can sometimes make it more adaptable and convenient for web browsing, gaming and general viewing.
The iPhone 5 on the other hand has stepped up from 3.5 inches to 4 inches so it still represents the smaller side of the market when it comes to superphone displays. Many would see 4 inches as perfectly ample – maintaining the phones core purpose as a phone, being a relatively big screen anyway and enhancing general ease of use.
Samsung seem to be responding to the section of the market which demands smaller mobile phones with the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini. The Mini is identical to the S3 in design but may enter the market further towards the mid-range level due to its slightly lower spec. It does though have dual core power and runs Android 4.1.1 making it a very attractive proposition.
The general tendency for new smartphones is towards screens touching on 5 inches instead of 4. The beautiful new HTC One X weighs in at 4.7inches and the aesthetically sleek Sony Xperia T has a large 4.6 inch display. This is why it was perhaps surprising that Apple didn’t add the extra half inch onto the screen size, but in the end obviously they decided it was superfluous.
A big factor influencing your choice of new mobile phones will be screen size and it makes for an intriguing technological debate. You can have a look at both phones at www.phones4u.co.uk