Smartphone 2012 choice getting too confusing

2012 is a year when the mobile space will seem many new smartphones releasing, so many that making a decision on which smartphone to opt for can at times become somewhat confusing, unless you are one of the iOS faithful of course then your options are pretty clear as there will be only one handset for you, the iPhone 5.

However against popular belief the iPhone isn’t the only handset loved by many, as we will be seeing numerous Android devices hit the mobile arena this year, but with so many which one will you choose?

In 2012 we will obviously see a spate of Android Ice Cream Sandwich devices coming out to play such as the Samsung Galaxy S3 a device that without doubt prove as successful as its predecessor the Samsung Galaxy S2 if not more so.

Or you might like the looks of the new ICS smartphone from the LG camp, the LG Optimus L7 or the LG Optimus L5, or LG Optimus X4 HD, or maybe the ZTE N91 or ZTE PF900 if they surface in your part of the globe.

Or perhaps you are considering picking up one of the latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone that will be updated to Android 4.0 such as the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and Samsung Galaxy Mini 2, or maybe the LG Optimus Vu or LG Optimus LTE Tag.

Maybe you are a Windows Phone fan and have your sights set on the new Nokia Lumia 610 that is said to come with Windows Tango aboard, or maybe you are a BlackBerry fan and have your sights set on the BlackBerry London reportedly sporting BlackBerry 10.

Of course there will be numerous other smartphones being shown off during Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona, and more will come beyond the even which will make it even more confusing as to which smartphone to purchase.

So unless you are one of the iOS faithful hat cannot be persuaded to just ship and give the iPhone 5 a miss, which smartphone releasing this year has captured your attention the most, is the choice confusing and difficult or have you already found it easy and made up your mind?

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