As 2014 moves forward so, too, does the powerful technology driving modern mobile phones takes unprecedented bounds towards offering the latest gadget laden devices. Smartphones offer their users the most comprehensive user experience. With the major phone manufacturers producing competitive models in their efforts to outpace the competition, the selection available to consumers seem undoubtedly breathtaking. It Promises the most sophisticated smartphones to date and makes 2014 look like a legendary year for the choices available to the consumer.
Motorola Droid Pro
Designed to compete with the BlackBerry Motorola’s Droid Pro features a QWERTY layout keyboard. Other notable specs include a 1GHz processor, a 3.1 inch touch screen, and a staggering five megapixel camera. In addition the Droid Pro runs Android 2.2 making it fully compatible with all modern apps and software programs currently available on the market.
It looks like 2014 marks Motorola’s full market penetration with the release of the Flipside. The Flipside serves as an entry level smartphone and includes a handy slide-out keyboard that gently retracts into the main phone body. In addition the reasonably priced phone includes a 3.1 inch capacitive touch screen, GPS, Wi-Fi, and support for Flash applications. The current version runs on Android 2.2. A remarkable introductory phone at a remarkably low price the Flipside remains a hot favourite for 2014.
LG Optimus 2X
The first smart phone with a dual-core processor this sizzling phone implements the Nvidia Tegra 2 chip ensuring it’s more than capable of running top-heavy programs while efficiently multi-tasking. It looks like this phone will benefit from the Android version 2.3 (Gingerbread) updates in 2014. With an eight megapixel main camera combined with a 1.3 megapixel smaller camera on the front the LG Optimus 2X packs plenty of photographic punch. In addition to the processor and cameras the phone features 1080p HD video and a TV-out via HDMI extension port.
BlackBerry Torch 9800
Perhaps considered the master of all smartphones the new BlackBerry Torch 9800 features a brilliantly designed slide-out QWERTY keyboard with legendary email functionality and support. This new phone will run on a revised BlackBerry platform BlackBerry 6 OS bringing a business like fully customisable interface option. This optimisation allows the user to choose the apps and displays needed the most. The BlackBerry features a useful 5 megapixel camera.
The best phone in 2014 divides the consumer between the traditional BlackBerry high-pedigree phone and the latest hot arrivals. As smartphones begin to implement dual-core processing, the ability of phones in 2014 to crunch programs at breathtaking speed remains remarkable. Processors now introduce new levels of speed combined with increased functionality. Incredible cameras with top rated megapixel counts push the potential of social media to glistening quality images. Prepare for 2014 to break all records in smartphone technological advances.