|Apple iPhone 5S|
|Apple iPhone 5C|
|Nokia Lumia 1020|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 3|
|Sony Xperia Z1|
The month of September can be said as the festive time for technology companies as well as consumers. Right from IFA 2013 to Apple’s annual event, there are tons of device launches from majority of the manufacturers. We’ve compiled a list of Top Mobile Phones launched in this month to make it easier for you to zero in on your next purchase-
The iPhone can easily be said as one of the most anticipated mobile phone. It’s being marketed by Apple as Forward Thinking smartphone, since it brings a lot of features which gives us a glimpse of the future. From making the iPhones secure with Touch ID fingerprint sensor to bringing mobiles nigh to desktop computing with 64-bit A7 chip and even dedicated chip for motion sensing via M7, the 5S offers tons of interesting concepts.
Apple iPhone 5S has not yet officially launched in India and hence no price details are available, but we can be sure to bet that it won’t matter much to those who want to have the iPhone experience.
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For the first time ever, in the six year history of iPhone, Apple released not one, but two iPhones. Alas! it did not turned out to be exactly cheaper, as many people were eagerly hoping. In reality, Apple has cleverly made the previous iPhone 5 (with the same internals), into a new one with bright new colors. The external body of the device is plastic with mix of five colors- Blue, Green, White, Pink and Yellow.
iPhone 5C is expected to be launched along with 5S with probably cheaper price tag.
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LG G2 was unveiled last month, and has found its way to the Indian shores just today. The device boasts of being the first smartphone powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 800 processor with speed of 2.26 GHz. Another first that device has to its name is that instead of buttons at the sides, the volume controls and power button is at the back.
Priced at Rs. 41500, the G2 is a new entrant into the battle arena of Galaxy S4 and HTC One.
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If you think that only 13 and even 20 MP cameras are possible in a phone, then Lumia 1020 will make you rethink your notion. It packs massive 41 MP inside a phone. What’s more interesting is that it feels more like a phone, rather than a camera (in case of Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom) with protruding lens. Not only hardware, Nokia has developed Pro Camera app to complement the camera, allowing advanced settings and oversampling as well.
While Nokia Lumia 1020 has been officially launched, company hasn’t officially revealed its pricing and will be available to buy from October 11th.
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It was Samsung which created this whole new category of phablets. Even after two years, the series remain strong as ever with Note 3 carrying forward this legacy. The Note 3 is same as Note 2, yet quite different. The biggest difference doesn’t come by seeing the front, but the back which is now made of faux-leather stitched at the sides. It not only provides a great grip to the user’s hands, but also gives it a premium look.
Get your hands on Note 3 for Rs. 49,900!
Xperia Z1 is the successor to Sony’s flagship smartphone Xperia Z, which was released just 7 months before. This means that the flagship battle between HTC One and Galaxy S4 got all the more exciting as the Z1 brings even latest configuration with it on the table. The talking point of the Z1 is its 20.7 MP camera sharing technology like Exmor-RS optics and Bionz processor from the Sony’s Cybershot cameras.
The Xperia Z1 comes with a price tag or Rs. 44,990.
All of the devices have raised the bar for competition, so its inevitable to put them against each other. Let’s see how they fare through the comparison chart-
Click on the Image to see the larger version. The Green indicates the Pros of the Devices, and Red indicates the Cons.
So which of the launches caught your attention and allured you to buy one? Share with us in the comments below.
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