Smartphones are here to stay whether you like it or not, and if you don’t already have one, you really should get one at your earliest convenience. Sure, it’s not a necessity to have one, but with so many connections to be made and life enhancements to be had, it’s almost stupid to leave this out of your life.
There are the extremists who despise technology, who will go to great lengths to hang on to their prehistoric flip phones that do nothing but make calls and text people. It’s time to ditch those things and move into the 21st century!
But if you already have a smartphone but just need a new one, that’s fine, too. But which one should you buy? Well, I’m here to make that decision so much easier!
Here are some of the best smartphones that you should check out in the coming months:
Samsung Galaxy S4
The S3 is one of the best phones on the planet still, but the S4 is set to release in March because the S3 is almost a year old. Yeah, a year isn’t a long time, but in terms of phones, that’s an eternity.
You’ll probably see a 5.0-inch 1080p screen and a solid quad-core processor in there. The design will hopefully be made out of quality materials this time around instead of plastic.
The iPhone 5 is still one of the most sought after and popular phones out there. But just like how Apple comes out with a new phone every 6 months (with an S model following its main release), you’ll see a 5S hitting stores in June or around there.
There’s speculation that you’ll see a larger screen, but it’s a safer bet to assume it’ll just have better and faster internals and a new feature to entice buyers.
Sony Xperia z
Sony loves making phones that are just a hair too late and outdated, but the Xperia z will actually be cutting edge this time.
You’ll find a 5.0-inch 1080p screen, quad-core S4 Pro processor, and 2 GB of RAM in here.
It’s expected to be one of the best phones to come out, and It’s mainly because of its quality design.
Are you ready to buy? I’d wait until one of these comes out first!
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