The Best Smartphone of 2013—So Far

By on May 6, 2013

We only have almost finished the first quarter of the year 2013, but various smartphone companies have already made powerful statements at various consumer electronic shows, with many already making their bids as the best smartphone of the year. Though we can only really determine which smartphone brand will bag the prize as the bestselling smartphone of the year, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is yet to be released between April and May, it is hard to resist the urge make up a top five list this early.

If you are currently deciding which smartphone to purchase for your company or personal use, the one that you want to serve as your platform where you can launch thee functionalities of RingCentral VoIP provider or any other phone service provider of your choice, then you would do good by reading this article. We tried to skim through the list of smartphones released this year and picked out the most promising one and the most useful ones for your business

• LG Nexus 4. In any way comparable to the other smartphones available today in the market, LG’s Nexus 4 is one of the best Android smartphones even it does have support for 4G LTE. This smartphone is the latest smartphone from Google, featuring the Vanilla Android operating system, which makes for faster updates and easy customization. The LG Nexus 4 also boasts of High-end hardware to combine with the excellent software, and add to these the excellent apps offering from the Google Play Store.

• Google Galaxy Note II. We do not care whether the rumor that a Samsung Galaxy Note III is to be seen before the year ends; we are already enamored with the Galaxy Note II.

• HTC One. This beautifully-designed smartphone from the Taiwan-based company HTC is also one of the best Android smartphone in the market and supplants the HTC One X+ as HTC’s flagship smartphone.

• Sony Xperia Z and Sony Xperia ZL. Sony’s latest flagship smartphone represent the company’s greatest attempts at perfecting this device. Featuring a 5” 1080p display, in addition to a quad-core processor, and a superb 13MP camera, the Sony Xperia Z is run by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system and will be clad in a modern design made of glass. Meanwhile, the Sony Xperia ZL is a more compact smartphone than the Xperia ZL and its release date is yet to be announced.

• Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD. This smartphone wins out because of its improved software support and amazingly long battery life. Though this smartphone does not have a 1080p just like the other smartphones in the list, it only has 720p display, its battery more than makes up for this shortcoming. Its massive battery can stay up to 21 hour of continuous talk time, and in addition to that, its casing is made of Kevlar. It also has an excellent camera and run with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 and the next iPhone model is not yet out in the market, so this list may have to be altered when that time comes, But for the moment, we can say a certain confidence that the smartphones cited above—incidentally all Android smartphones—can already be a good option for your business. By picking one of these smartphones, you surely cannot do any wrong.

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