Smartphones You Should Consider Buying in 2014

Posted on 26 February 2014 Tags: Mobile Gizmos

Smartphone makers are constantly bringing new features to light. Almost every other smartphone has topnotch processing speed and an excellent camera. There are a few smartphone manufacturers that are known for pushing the envelope in terms of features. Let’s look at what these manufacturers have in store for users in 2014:

Samsung Galaxy S5
With the success of the Galaxy S4, the company is all set to launch the new Galaxy S5. The exact launch date and features have not yet been disclosed. However, there are rumors that the camera, display and the battery will receive a significant upgrade. Samsung is even looking into including a fast charging battery. With these features, the Galaxy S5 will definitely become the best phone in the Galaxy lineup.

Apple iPhone 6
Apple is at times criticized for not introducing a phone with a large screen. According to rumors about the soon to be launched iPhone 6, the company is exploring those horizons as well. There are rumors that the screen for the new iPhone or iPhone 6 will be a 5 inches or bigger. Moreover, there will be another model with a smaller screen. This will be a low-end model. After the success of the iPhone 5 and 5C, these two models are definitely worth looking forward to.

Nokia Lumia 1320
Nokia has decided to level the playing field by introducing a large screen phone. The Lumia 1320 is certainly one of the best Windows 8 phones. The Lumia 1320 has a massive 6-inch display with a 720p High Definition screen. This may be low in resolution as compared to the other phones in the market. However, the Lumia 1320 costs only $339. Considering the price and specifications, the Lumia 1320 is a great buy.

These are the phones that you should definitely consider buying in 2014. The Lumia 1320 is already up for sale. However, the Galaxy S5 is expected to launch in late March or April. The iPhone 6 is expected to be available for sale in September or October 2014.

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