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Nokia 808 PureView
Nokia-Nokia 808 PureView Superpower: 41 megapixel camera. Yes it is 41 megapixel smartphone, At first we thought it was an error in the press release announcing the Nokia 808, a missing decimal point between the ’4′ and the ’1′ perhaps. But it’s true. Thanks to something Nokia is calling ‘PureView imaging technologies’, the 808 can cram seven pixels of information into one, a process known as oversampling. This gives the phone’s pictures an unprecedented level of detail. Better, in fact, than on any other camera phone – including the iPhone 4S and Nokia’s own N8 handset.
Huawei Ascend D Quad
Huawei Ascend D Quad. Superpower: Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound. Boasting an ultra-thin design and 4.5-inch high definition touchscreen, Huawei’s flagship device, the Ascend D Quad, certainly turned a few heads at the recent Mobile World Congress. Its Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound technology should make it a treat for the ears too – and a rival to high-end audio phones like the HTC Sensation XE, which features Beats Audio technology. By adjusting power according to usage needs, the manufacturer claims the battery will also last 30% longer than the current industry average.
LG Optimus 4X HD
LG-LG Optimus 4X HD. Superpower: 12-core graphics processor for console-quality gaming. When it comes to future phones, the hype machine is centred on the (as yet unannounced) Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5. But don’t discount the LG Optimus 4X HD, which is shaping up to be the dark horse of the quad-core race. The 1.5GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor uses a fifth battery-saver core to handle less demanding tasks, such as active standby and music playback, while the 12-core graphics processing unit should allow for console-quality gaming. Should be worth a punt when it’s released later this year.
HTC One X
HTC-HTC One X.Superpower: 1.5 GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor. The Sensation XE is a highly polished device, as is its bigger brother, the Sensation XL. But both phones are about to be overshadowed by the new HTC One series. The flagship quad-core One X handset offers a blazingly fast user experience, and with a fifth battery-saver core and cutting edge graphics chip on-board, it should elevate mobile gaming and multimedia to a new level of brilliance too. Will it be our number one phone too? You’ll have to wait until April to find out.
Asus-Asus Padfone.Superpower: 3-in-1 smartphone, tablet & notebook.Motorola has already had a crack at combining the smartphone and the laptop. The Atrix, which featured a ‘lapdock’ add-on, was released early last year. But 2012 is all about the Asus PadFone, which attempts to do the same with a phone and tablet. That’s not all. The PadFone actually functions as a smartphone, tablet and notebook when accessorised with the relevant…well, accessories. Just place the 4.3-inch phone inside the 10.1-inch PadFone Station, which also has its own keyboard dock, and prepare for 3-in-1 functionality. Sadly, you’ll have to make your own Autobot-style sound effects during the transformation.
LG Optimus 3D Max
LG-LG Optimus 3D Max.Superpower: 3D technology.The trend for gadgets featuring some form of 3D technology continues, with LG following up last year’s release of the Optimus 3D with the Optimus 3D Max. The big selling point (or gimmick, if you’re the cynical type) of both phones is the glasses-free 3D screen, which allows you to view full 3D photos and videos on the device. The Optimus 3D Max has been given a cosmetic upgrade, and now boasts a slimmer, sleeker design. But will this be enough to convince more people to buy into LG’s 3D revolution?
Panasonic Eluga Power
Panasonic-Panasonic Eluga Power.Superpower: reaches 50% charge capacity in 30 minutes.It might not have the quad-core power that some of the smartphones on our list boast, but the Panasonic Eluga Max is still a slim and stylish handset. The five-inch HD screen and Android 4.0 operating system make it ideal for watching movies on, as well as a competitor for current big-screen behemoths like the HTC Sensation XL and Samsung Galaxy Note. The phone’s battery is a standout feature: in just 30 minutes the phone can reach 50% charge capacity, making it the perfect device for people who are always on the move.
Nokia Lumia 900
Nokia-Nokia Lumia 900.Superpower: high-speed web browsing and downloading.The Nokia Lumia 900, already available in the US, is due to hit these shores in the next few months. A souped-up version of the Lumia 800, this new handset from the Windows Phone 7.5 stable is optimised for 4G LTE networks, though these are yet to be rolled out in many countries. Don’t despair though, as Nokia has retooled the Lumia 900 as a DC-HSPA phone for its worldwide launch, meaning 4G-less users should still get significantly faster download speeds and enjoy a better web browsing experience than on current smartphones.
ZTE-ZTE Era.Superpower: quad-core power in a super-slim package.Not heard of ZTE? You soon will, as it’s set to shake up the smartphone market with the release of the ZTE Era. At just 7.8mm, it’s one of the thinnest quad-core devices yet announced. The phone runs the Android 4.0 operating system, features HD voice and Dolby sound and has the Tegra 3 quad-core chip at its heart (which powers many of the high-end smartphones set to be released this year). ZTE hopes the Era will help make it one of the top three handset providers by 2015.
John Anastasiadis / Yanko Design-Wraparound BlackBerry.Superpower: wraparound touchscreen. Amid slipping sales of its mobile devices and gloomy predictions from analysts, it’s clear BlackBerry manufacturer RIM needs to shake things up a little. Designer John Anastasiadis has come up with just the thing: a concept BlackBerry with a smart wraparound display. It capitalises on new flexible screen technologies, and is clever enough to tell the difference between a hand holding the phone and an intentional command. A sign of things to come……