Mobile phones in India sells like hotcakes. With a very high number of cell phone users, mobile phone manufacturers are coming out with new, better and reasonable phones to survive in the cut throat competition. With the new players coming in the market, the old, trusted players are coming out with new and unique features. Though the telecom industry is booming, it becomes difficult for users to choose among a whole lot of options. Most of them have similar features barring a few here and there. To make your work easier, here is a list of 10 promising phones of 2014.
Top 10 Smartphones of 2014 until August 2014
Below are the ten most promising smartphones available in market. We don't know what's lies ahead but if you are looking to buy a high-end smartphone during this time of year then the one's listed below are the best to choose from.
Samsung Galaxy S5
This has been the most awaited phone of the year so far. The phone comes with a 32 multi-touch screen and water-proof casing. The unique feature of this phone is its capability of wireless charging. It has a 16 MP rear camera, which certainly is a treat for camera lovers, and 2 MP front camera. This smart phone has 4.4 KitKat and is powered with 2.5GHz quad-core processor along with an internal RAM of 2 GB. Internal memory is of 16 GB, which can be extended upto 128 GB. One important factor that everyone looks for is the battery life. This phone has a battery life of 2800 mAh. The phone is priced at Rs 51,000 in India.
HTC One M8
The new one in HTC One series, this phone is a one of the best android phones available in the market. Prices at Rs 44,920, the phone has really good built-in design and good hardware. It works on Android 4.4 KitKat OS and is 5 inches in size. The camera is 4MP and has duo-lens that helps in focusing. It has 2GB RAM and comes with internal memory in two options – 16/32 GB, which is expandable upto 128 GB. Besides this, it has regular features like Wi-Fi, EDGE, GPRS and so on. It comes with battery life of 2600 mAh.
LG Nexus 5
New phone from LG family has already managed to grab attention from users. Google has done the job well this time with Nexus having all the right specifications; yet is priced at a half rate from most of its counterparts. The phone has latest Android OS – 4.4 KitKat and comes with 2GB RAM. It has in-built memory of 16/32 GB. With an 8 MP auto-focus camera with LED flash, dual recording, HDR mode, and much more makes it a good buy for photography lovers. It has a full HD screen. Only disadvantages of this phone are its non-expandable storage space, and comparatively less battery life. The phone is priced at around Rs 28, 000.
Motorola Moto X
After making an exit from the market, Motorola has returned under the ownership of Google. And, it has returned with a bang! Moto X is both – a great phone to look at and use. It has Android OS v18.104.22.168 Jelly Bean. With a 10 MP auto-focus camera with LED flash and 2 MP front camera, the company has worked majorly on its internal softwares with this one. It has 2 GB RAM and 16/32 GB internal memory. Its unique features are dual microphone noise cancellation and 50 GB of free Google Drive Storage. Its disadvantages would be the non-expandable memory, no FM and the point that users cannot access the battery. Moto X is priced at Rs 24, 000 in the market.
Sony Xperia Z2
When Google, HTC, Samsung and LG are coming with newer models, why will Sony be left behind? The phone looks like an upgrade from Sony Xperia. But, the phone has certain features that are just its own. A brand new IPS LCD, a bigger screen, 3 GB RAM, and the latest Android OS 4.4 KitKat are what sets it apart. It has 20.7 MP camera with autofocus and 2.2 MP front camera. It has 16 GB internal storage that is expandable upto 128 GB. The phone is priced at whooping Rs 44, 000. But then, it also has specifications worth its price.
The phone comes with a great display and laser auto focus camera. This one also has Android OS 4.4 KitKat and come with 2/3 GB RAM. The Internal memory can be extended upto 128 GB. The phone boosts of 13 MP camera with 2.1 MP front camera. Along with all the basic in-built facilities, it also has a user-removal battery and its battery life is 3000 MAh.
Motorola Moto G
Another that has caught people’s attention is Moto G. It is a high-end phone at a reasonable price. It has operating system of v4.3 Jelly Bean with Android 4.4 update available. It has a 1 GB RAM and 8/16 GB internal storage available. With a 5 MP camera with auto focus and 1.3 MP front camera, the phone suits the needs of all earning groups. It is currently priced at Rs 14, 000
Apple iPhone 5S
As the iPhone 5S, there has not been much change in shape and size of the phone. Most of the specifics are same as iPhone 5 except that in this one there has been an upgrade of OS. The camera has a bigger sensor and comes with dual LED flash. The main camera is 8 MP with 1.2 MP secondary, front camera. Rest of it is same as previous phones. Limitations are the usual ones – no USB mass storage, no radio, problems in data sharing and transferring.
Nokia Lumia 1020
The phone has been installed with modern OS and a better design. The phone has been designed to compete with market leaders such as Google and Iphone. The camera is the main focus here. With 41 MP, it is three times at that of any other phone. The phone runs on Windows Phone 8 OS with Nokia Amber. 32 GB in-built memory is there that can be extended later.
Sony Xperia Z1 Compact
These things keep happening with you. If you face any challenges, you can give a call to us. It works on Android OS 4.4. And has a camera of 20.7 MP main camera. It has 2GB RAM and 16 GB memory that is experiment. It has internal memory of 16 GB, which is expandable.
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With more and more phones coming up, it becomes a difficult decision to choose one. Therefore, it is important to compare the best products to see which suits you the best. The list, like above, gives you your choices. Making decision is in your hands.
Article By: Sanjay Kumar Negi is an entrepreneur from India, who loves to spend his time in writing articles about science and technology. Visit his Blog.