Samsung Note 3

Samsung's newest Note handset lands right into the high-end smartphone department, packing hardware that will easily get any tech geek excited. That includes a massive, 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, a last-generation quad- or octa-core processor, and a 13MP camera, all of that complemented by software features and stylus functionality found on no other handset.

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iPhone 5s

The new iPhone 5S is all about improvements under the hood as it keeps virtually the same design as the iPhone 5. But boy are those improvements big - the new iPhone 5S comes with a brand new Apple A7 chip, the first ever 64-bit chip on a phone. Not just that, Apple has made big changes to the iPhone camera adding a larger sensor and slow-motion video supper, and it has also included a fingerprint scanner right inside the home key. Apple A7 is the first 64-bit mobile chip The new iPhone 5S features a brand new Apple A7, the first 64-bit chip on a smartphone. It comes with 32-bit and 64-bit compatibility, and Apple touts the chip to deliver double the performance in CPU and GPU performance. Apple brings OpenGL ES 3.0 support and that’s great news for gaming. Apple showed the third and last game in the Infinity Blade series and its graphics look mind-blowing. Along with the Apple A7, the new iPhone 5S features an M7 co-processor that always tracks the motion sensors - accelerometer, gyro, compass. This will enable more precise tracking and a new generation of health and fitness apps. Just like all rumors said, the iPhone 5S comes with a fingerprint scanner built right into a new home button. The main use of the scanner would be to easily unlock your device, but Apple might also use this as authentication for an iPhone wallet app. The new home key is covered in sapphire, a tougher and more scratch-proof material than usual protected glass. New camera: bigger sensor, new lens and dual LED flash Apple has also improved the camera in the iPhone 5S. It now comes with a bigger sensor with larger 1.5m pixels and an aperture of f/2.2 aperture, wider than the f/2.4 one on the iPhone 5. In simple terms, both these improvements aim to make a more sensitive camera that should take noticeably better low light shots. The camera app has gotten new features too. It actually captures multiple images and selects the one with the sharpest focus for you. It is capable of automatically setting white balance, exposure, and it creates what Apple calls a

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Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung is not shy when it comes to loading its top-of-the-range phones with headline-grabbing specs, and the Galaxy S5 is no different. Center stage is its quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, which runs at a blistering 2.5 GHz. This chip, paired with 2 GB of RAM, means the phone should not have any bother smoothly running any app you throw at it. One thing to note: it is not 64-bit – that is probably going to be a feature of next year s Samsung flagship. The phone comes with Android 4.4 KitKat and a new version of Samsung’s Touch Wiz interface. There is no word yet on whether or not a stock Android Google Play or Nexus edition will be be available. Meanwhile, a 2800mAh battery should give the S5 enough juice to easily last a day (Samsung claims 21 hours of talk time), and as with previous Galaxy S phones it is swappable.

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HTC ONE M8

HTC One M8 handset flaunting a front-facing camera a 2.1-megapixel supported by a flash. The dual speaker grills in front, which are considered to be part of the firm s design aesthetic now, is also supported by the handset. The interface is the new HTC Sense 6.0 UI, which is said to come integrated with Android Kit Kat 4.4 OS. The HTC One s successor is to feature a 5-inch screen with a QHD (1440 x 2560 pixel) resolution display. It is also using the same Ultra Pixel technology, which was previously seen in HTC One. However, the camera on the HTC M8 is to feature twin Ultra Pixel cameras this time. The twin sensors are said to bump up some of the camera s autofocus, image quality, and depth of field capabilities. Smartphone also features a 5-inch 1080p HD display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974 processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and Sense 6.0 UI on top of Android 4.4 Kit Kat.

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Sony Xperia Z2

Sony has not seen fit to alter the design or size of its flagship Android phone for 2014, with the newly announced Xperia Z2 occupying the same footprint as last year s Z1, and has instead focused on making notable upgrades on the inside. First and foremost, the company has moved to a new IPS display with what it calls Live Color LEDs, a technology unique to Sony that s claimed to give its mobile devices the widest color gamut on the market — bettering even Apple s excellent iPhone and iPad displays. When viewed in person, the Z2 does indeed have a very attractive display, with good contrast and color fidelity, immediately distinguishing it from the mediocre screen of the Z1. At 5.2 inches, the Xperia Z2 also gives you slightly more real estate, though the resolution remains unchanged at 1920 x 1080. The battery, RAM, and processor have all been upgraded as well: the new flagship comes with 3200mAh of power, 3GB of memory, and a quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801. Aside from a new set of stereo speakers, the external look of the Xperia Z2 is pretty much unchanged, including an all-glass front and back, IP58-certified waterproofing, and a dedicated camera key.

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Nokia Lumia 1520

The Nokia Lumia 1520 is becoming the largest Windows Phone smartphone in the companys portfolio. Rumor has it that a 6-inch 1080p screen has been chosen for this device, placing it right into the phablet category. On top of that, it could be the most powerful member of the species, with a Snapdragon 800 SoC beating under its hood.

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