Till recently 5 inch or bigger phones were a domain of Samsung or the low cost brands, however all the biggies are now entering the market and here's a look at what we have in store in near future.
AT T announced three 4G Android 2.2 smartphones supporting its HSPA+ network, led by Motorola's four-inch Atrix 4G, based on Nvidia's dual-core Tegra 2, which ships with 1GHz RAM and a docking laptop option with an 11.6-inch screen. The other phones are HTC's 4.3-inch, Snapdragon-based Inspire 4G, and a 4.5-inch Samsung Infuse 4G phone....
I've been tempted by the Note since it first came out but for one reason or another I've either decided to wait for a later model or chosen another phone instead. I've been a champion of the larger phones since the HTC Evo 4G while most were still laughing at the then 4.3 inch phones as being too big.
As trends go, it’s been hard to miss this one: Smartphones are getting bigger. Much bigger. Samsung has been championing huge phones for well over a year, introducing its original 5.3-inch whopper — the Galaxy Note — in 2011, and firing out a 5.5-inch successor last year, going on to ship more than 5 million Galaxy Note IIs in the first two months.
Those two choices choosing:
1.New 4.7 inch Cuppy QHD ZOPO ZP700 MTK6582 Quad Core 3G WCDMA GSMGPS 5MP Android 4.2.2 Phone With Five-piece Spree Free 8GB Udisk
2.S4 Smartphone Android 4.2 MTK6589 Single-core Dual Core 1G 4.7 Inch 13.0MP Camera
This first one price $159.99, second is $105.88
I'm interested in buying a smartphone/Android phones.Both of seems good.I don't know how do I calculate the c
There is no shortage of 8-inch tablets available today. From budget to high-end, from Android to Windows, you wont have trouble finding something. Eying for the market craze over 8-inchers, Cube recently released not one, but two new 8-inch Android tablets: The Cube Talk 8 (U27GT-3G) and the U27GT.