As previously anticipated, the arrival of iPhone 4 marked another success in Apple’s ongoing effort to manufacture smartphones that are one step ahead of the competition. This, at the moment, latest smartphone from Apple featured a different design in comparison to its predecessors. Unlike the iPhone 3GS, both iPhone 4, and later iPhone 4S ditched the rounded back cover design, and introduced the already familiar boxy look that can bee seen even on the latest iterations of the iPhone.
Earlier in September Apple decided to rock the world with another iteration of their famous iPhone. This time around they had even more success than in previous years. With record high sales following the release date, we can only wonder what the final statistics will be once these phones hit global markets. Even at this early stage, it is clear that Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus continue to lead the industry like their predecessors previously did.
Nokia, one of the few giants of the ”old world” has obviously had trouble with maintaining their presence in the modern market of smart phones, and was all but written off. Quick and unforgiving rise of Android and Apple smart phones has left a very small amount of room for any other platform to compete, and most of them simply could keep up. Luckily, Nokia managed to overcome the transition just in time to remain in the race. Today, Nokia is one of the few companies that build phones that belong to the Windows platform.
LG’s latest flagship phone, the LG G3, has continued the LG’s ongoing policy of delivering real contenders to the highly competitive market. This addition to the already extensive family of LG smart phones offers a well rounded experience that is definitely meeting and surpassing all the industry standards.
If we forget about the aggressive competition between iOS and Android devices, and focus on the Android spectrum of smartphones, we will see that there is one company that absolutely dominating the Android side of the market right now. If you haven’t figured it by now, we are talking about the HTC. This year we have been gifted with another iteration of their famous HTC One model. The new HTC One M8 inherited the already praised design features of its predecessor, only adding more improvements and more metal. In comparison to the last model, the new M8 shell is made with 20% more metal.
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Unleashed back in July of 2012, LG Optimus L7 dropped as the company’s economy smartphone representative featuring solid components and a neat design. Read More