Top 5 suggested Phones that rival the iPhone

iPhone fever may have hit the nation, but Android attraction is rapidly on the rise! Here is the countdown of the top 5 Smartphone contenders currently on the market.

When it comes to popularity and efficiency, you can’t fault the success of the iPhone. But recently, other competitors have stepped out into the spotlight. Introducing the top 5 Android phones, worthy contenders to go head to head with the iPhone! This may get messy, but by the time you finish reading this, you should have decided on the phone to root for!

1. HTC One X
So let’s kick things off with our phone that claims the number one spot among the contestants. It is indeed the One X by HTC… a slender, yet powerful smartphone. The 4.7-inch touch-screen shows off the pinpoint resolution, and the precision of the most recent Android update, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Beats Audio is even featured on this device, and its slim appearance leaves it irresistible to the fingertips. All of this and plenty more, puts the HTC comfortably at the top of the list in the Android field.

2. Samsung Galaxy S3
With a track record of success from the Galaxy S2 last year, the S3 was highly anticipated from those were yet to set their eyes on the rich, vibrant graphics of the 4.8-inch display. At just 8.6mm wide, this slim contender is very pleasing to the eye. Features include NFC- contactless technology that enables ‘Android Beam’ to transfer contacts between compatible Android handsets. You can also use ‘S Beam’, which adds WIFI Direct to the connection, allowing you to switch video files fast between S3s. With so many apps to choose from, an 8-megapixel camera and a full HD 1080p video, there’s plenty to look forward to as an owner of this smartphone.

3. Nokia Lumia 500
The 4.3-inch clearblack display makes our Nokia an impressive contender. With an eye-catching design, this Windows 7 phone is perfect for reading a book via the Amazon Kindle app, due to the significant 4.3-inch screen. The Lumia is speedy when it comes to completing tasks, whether composing an email, or streaming movies. This phone has the looks as well as the features, what more could you want…

4. Sony Xperia S
Since we’re talking iPhone rivals, here’s a phone, which takes after the iPhone with its reminiscent design. Boasting a 12-megapixel camera and 1080p HD video recording, this phone certainly isn’t a pushover in the world of Androids. Fitted with Bravia Screen Technology, this phone demands attention. The attraction comes not only from its looks, but also from its remarkable capabilities.

5. Motorola Droid Razr Maxx
With extensive battery life and high screen quality, this last contender has definitely outperformed all expectations! Smart Actions make the phone a handy accomplice in daily activities such as going to work. No more awkward moments where you forget to put your phone on silent, and you cringe as the ringtone sounds in the middle of that important meeting! With this phone, you can simply enter the address of your workplace, and the phone will automatically switch to vibrate mode when you arrive! Clever features and innovative software mean that this phone will definitely keep you occupied.

Which is your favourite iPhone alternative?

Juliette Douglas blogs for ID Pro, providers of ID software and security accessories such as an ID card holder. They also sell neck lanyards that are perfect for keeping your phone safe and secure at all times!

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  1. I just got the GALAXY NOTE & I gotta say it blows every other phone out of the water in almost every aspect. I was a little hesitant choosing it over the GALAXY S3 but the slightly bigger screen is the perfect size for gaming & is actually pleasant to watch videos on. The battery life is completely acceptable at around 7hrs of constant use, especially on such a big screen. Then ya get the added benefit of the S-Pen which are great once you figure out how to incorporate into your everyday life.-KID ANDROID.

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