Top 5 Smart Phones: Video ReviewsAdvertisement
This post is a part of the on going smart phone war, everyone want a smartest of smartest cell phone in their hands, no matter what is the label on the phone. I decided to search the top 5 smartest phones currently available.
These are video reviews of the top smart phones, there are several reasons for choosing videos in spite of the text, because everyone love to watch videos due to several reasons they are more defined, twice more attractive as compare to text.
Motorola Atrix 4G Review
This is the bigtime innovation phone in many places, but it’s really expensive to offer all of this new options to you as soon as it has. The option to plug your phone into a laptop sort of device is an idea that’s been a longtime coming, and this wont be the last time it’s been implemented. The phone appears to definitely be worth itself on its own with the amount it costs at the moment, but the docks, at least the laptop dock, may have been released too quick. On the other hand, we give props to Motorola for releasing such a dock first. That’s always something worth a high-five over. Buy the phone, wait on the laptop dock, buy the HD dock. Go for it.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Review
Sony Ericsson could’ve called this the Xperia Art and no one would have been surprised. Its 4.2-incher is one of the most photogenic smartphones we’ve come across yet and its design exhibits an artistry and a flamboyance we rarely get to see. Construction materials might have been better, but then the Arc comes in at a very reasonable £425 ($680) price off contract — placing it at the lower end of the Android smartphone pricing scale in the UK.
HTC Thunderbolt Review
The Thunderbolt has a very real opportunity to be the finest 4.3-inch device HTC has ever made — for the moment, anyway and the Thunderbolt is easily one of the best Android devices in Verizon’s expansive lineup.
LG Optimus Review
The world cried out for a dual-core smartphone and LG and NVIDIA answered the call. Actually, the world only ever dreamt about multicore mobile architectures up until late last year, but sometimes that’s all it takes to get those zany engineers engineering. So here we are, in early February 2011, beholding the world’s first smartphone built around a dual-core processor, the Optimus 2X.
Motorola Droid Bionic Review
The original Droid made a powerful statement. Actually, make that statements, plural: for Motorola, it was the largest single affirmation that it was going all-in with Android and that it could play in the very highest rungs of the smartphone elite. The Droid X is among the first phones to employ a TI OMAP3630 processor, which is basically the ultimate execution of the OMAP3 line of cores.
[Text review courtesy: Engadget.com]