Top high-end smartphones
| by Karan Shah
After our top smartphones for under 20K, under 15K and under 10K lists, we’re completing the series with the best that money can buy. Before you start thinking about the Vertu phones, we’ll slightly modify that to, the best ‘smartphones’ that money can buy. For those of you who have quite some money to spend, here are the devices you can splurge on.
The iPhone may not have the same spec sheet as its Android counterparts, but with what it does have, it’s quite impressive a device. Super slick user interface, a brilliant camera, Retina display and a nice build quality all packed into one device. The iPhone 4S perfectly encapsulates the simplicity that Apple has been perfecting over the years. It’s powered by a dual core processor, solid inbuilt storage (16/32/64 depending on version) and has a superb eight megapixel camera.
Here's looking at the best iPhone ever!
Here are the rest of the specifications for the iPhone 4S:
Samsung’s competitor to Apple’s flagship phone, the iPhone 4S, the Galaxy S II was truly a ‘Galactic’ phone. One of the most popular Android phones in recent times, the Samsung Galaxy S II has a dual core 1.2GHz Cortex A9 processor, 1GB of RAM and 16 gigs of internal memory. With those specs, the S II is not only packed with features, but is also future-proof. The super AMOLED plus screen, USB on-the-go and NFC support only sweeten the deal.
Be careful with the image, that's a super expensive phone!
Here’s the rest of the spec sheet for the Galaxy S II:
Kevlar body, super slim profile and a brilliant super AMOLED screen, the Motorola RAZR is one hell of a looker. It’s powered by a dual core 1.2GHz Cortex A9 processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, the RAZR is quite similar to the S II. With a large Super AMOLED display and those specs, the RAZR is one of the thinnest yet one of the most powerful phones in the market. The recent price drop for the RAZR also means that it’s a bit cheaper and affordable now.
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Here’s the spec sheet for the Motorola RAZR:
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