Top-Rated Phones of 2012

Top-Rated Phones of 2012 – When it comes to phones, there are many choices out there. From the Apple iPhone 4S to the HTC One X and the Nokia Lumia 900, there’s a phone out there for you. We also look at the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which has become one of the most popular smartphones.

Apple iPhone 4S

Top-Rated Phones of 2012 - Apple iPhone 4S belongs to them

When it comes to iPhones, there are some good and bad ones, but there are also many good ones. While the iPhone 4S is still one of the top smartphones, the iPhone 5 is a more impressive device. It offers the best camera system, a larger screen, and battery life. It also features solid speakers and has more raw processing power than most people will ever need.

Apple iPhone 4S: Compared to the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS, the iPhone 4S is faster and has a better camera. The new dual-core A5 chip delivers incredible performance and graphics. The camera offers advanced optics and full-HD resolution video recording. Another new feature is Siri, an intelligent assistant.

Apple iPhone 4S: Apple sold more than four million units in its first three days on the market. Five days later, more than 25 million customers were using iOS 5, and 20 million people had signed up for iCloud, Apple’s cloud service. The iPhone 4S is available from AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint.


The HTC One X is one of the top phones of 2012. This high-end smartphone is equipped with features like Beats Audio and ImageSense. It also won two awards at Mobile World Congress, including “Best Smartphone” from Laptop Magazine and “Best in Show” from Tom’s Hardware. This phone is perfect for photographers and video enthusiasts.

The One X has a massive list of apps and services. It even comes with 23GB of Dropbox storage. The software is also full of apps, and the One X has an integrated search feature in its apps tray. This allows you to type a query and immediately see results.

The One X runs Android 4.0 with HTC Sense. This skin makes the phone fast and easy to use. It also has excellent hardware. It was launched for $200 but was dropped to just $100 on AT&T’s network in the fall.

Nokia Lumia 900

If you’re looking for a solid phone with a large screen, the Nokia Lumia 900 is an excellent choice. It offers considerable network speeds, default Internet sharing, and an attractive polycarbonate case. The phone is also reasonably priced (as low as $99 on a two-year contract) and has a colorful display that’s easy to read.

The Nokia Lumia 900 sports an 8-megapixel rear camera with a large LED flash and a smooth finish. It also has a micro-USB socket and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The phone has 16GB internal storage and an internal battery of 1830 mAh.

Nokia’s recent troubles have hurt the company’s mobile business, but with the Lumia 900, the company is on the mend. Its dual-core processor is powerful enough to compete with the latest dual-core handsets. In fact, the Lumia could even take the lead in the dual-core handset market.

Galaxy Nexus from Samsung

The Galaxy Nexus from Samsung is one of the best Android phones today. The combination of Samsung hardware and Ice Cream Sandwich software is unmatched. While the camera may be a minor drawback, this smartphone’s performance is excellent.

The Galaxy Nexus is close to being the official Google phone. It has a dual-core processor and a 720p HD display. It also runs on Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich. It also features some of the best hardware that Samsung has ever made.

Another big selling point of the Galaxy Nexus is its battery life. The phone is large and won’t fit in your pocket, but it’s lightweight and fits comfortably in your hand. It’s also snappy and has no special interface sauce or carrier bloatware, so you won’t feel weighed down by it.

The Galaxy Nexus features a high-resolution screen and a five-megapixel camera with a single LED flash. It also supports HDMI out and has a host and device mode. The phone also lacks physical buttons on the front but is surprisingly sturdy. Other great features include an on-screen multi-color notification light and a flex-free design.

HTC Titan II

If you’re looking for a high-end smartphone with a large screen and LTE, the HTC Titan II is your phone. This phone supports AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Its 1.5 GHz Snapdragon(TM) S2 processor makes it an excellent choice for fast Web browsing, video streaming and downloading. It also has a 1,730mAh battery, which supports a robust mobile experience on 4G LTE networks.

The HTC Titan II is similar to the HTC Titan, but it’s much bigger and heavier than its predecessor. It also features three capacitive buttons, a front-facing camera, and a recessed speaker grille. The phone also has a more refined look. The back door has rounded edges, and the bottom door is more integrated into the design. It’s important to note that removing the bottom door will shut off the phone.

It comes with a Windows Phone Marketplace, a media player, and a photo viewer. It also has Microsoft’s mobile hotspot feature, which allows you to share up to 5GB of download capacity with up to five other devices. This phone also features HTC’s “Hub,” which is an app that lets you customize a series of panels on the phone. The first panel lets you know the time and weather. The weather widget on the HTC Titan II looks like a typical Sense widget.


The HTC One S has some great features that make it one of the best-rated smartphones of 2012. For starters, it has a fantastic camera, which utilizes HTC’s ImageSense technology, one of the latest developments in mobile camera technology. It features continuous shot mode, which means you can take photos and shoot videos. It also boasts the fastest shutter speed of any smartphone. Another nice feature of the camera is its autofocus, which targets objects instantly and stays locked on subsequent images.

The HTC One S has a fantastic screen and tons of power. The phone runs on Android 4.0 and has an impressive battery life. The HTC One S is the smaller version of the One X, so it is not nearly as big, but it feels great in your hand. The camera is also one of the best we’ve seen.

The HTC One S has a 4.3-inch AMOLED display, a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, and 16GB of internal storage. It lacks a microSD card slot, but HTC offers 25GB of free Dropbox storage with the phone. You can use this storage in place of an SD card because the One S can automatically upload photos to Dropbox, which you can sync with your personal computer.

Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx

The Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx looks similar to the original Droid Razr but has a bigger battery and a heftier design. It weighs 145 grams and has a thick backside. If you’re interested in a more durable smartphone with a larger display, this is the one for you.

One of the Droid Razr Maxx’s best features is its robust Music app. It’s more capable than the stock Android software. It offers Internet radio functions, Verizon Wireless Music Store access, and podcast subscription and playback support. Other great features include 16GB of internal storage and up to 32GB of additional storage with a microSD card.

This phone runs a lightly skinned version of Android, not too far from the stock Jelly Bean UI. It also has an Android 4. x-compliant on-screen button setup. With Motorola now under Google’s ownership, the company is serious about timely updates and releasing new software. And it’s currently available for $300 on a two-year contract.

Samsung Focus S

Suppose you’re looking for a slim, powerful phone. In that case, Samsung has the answer with the Focus S. Its ultra-thin, 8.55mm body features a 1.4GHz processor and an 8-megapixel camera on the back. It also has a 1.3-megapixel camera for video conferencing.

The Focus S comes preloaded with the Android OS and is also compatible with AT&T’s network. The display of the AT&T model is 4.3 inches and looks quite lovely. The screen uses Super AMOLED Plus technology, which displays rich colors and has a much better resolution than the first-generation Focus. This device comes preloaded with AT&T apps, including the popular U-verse Mobile and mobile.

Despite Samsung’s lack of fanfare, the company continues to have a strong presence in the high-end Android market. In the first quarter of 2012, the company sold 12 million units of its smartphones. It is expected to launch the third generation Galaxy S in London next week, hoping to boost sales in time for the summer Olympics.