Top 12 Speediest Smart Phones of 2013
Speediest smartphones which means which have the highest processing power.
Top-end smartphones boast sophisticated processors that according to the manufacturers,enhance performance by cutting lag and getting quick responses.
1.Apple iphone 5s(16GB,32GB,64GB):
The iphone 5s comes with a new and advanced processor,it now lasts for almost 11hours on calls or five hours surfing the web.
PROS: Easy to use,outstanding processor and camera.
CONS: Expensive,no memory card slot.
2.Samsung Galaxy S4 (16GB):
The Samsung Galaxy S4 has an incredibly powerful quad-core processor that’s backend by a 2GB RAM.it is a large ,5-inch screen phone that weighs around 20grms more than the iPhone 5s.
PROS: Long-lasting battery,speedy processor,large screen.
CONS: May be too large for some.
3.Apple iphone 5c(16GB,32GB):
The iPhone 5c is faster and provides a slightly better battery life on calls than the older iphone.
The new operating system,iOS 7, has a fresh look and really makes the most of the phone’s gesture controls.
PROS: Easy to use, excellent screen and camera.
CONS: Expensive,no card slot.
The HTC One is an excellent smartphone that’s run by a powerful quad-core processor and 2GB RAM.
The HTC One has a sharp screen,and the battery life is very good.
PROS: Large,sharp screen,powerful processor,long battery life.
CONS: Disappointing video camera.
5.Sony Xperia ZL(16GB):
The Xperia ZL packs a punchy 1.5GHZ quad-core processor that helps it runs smoothly when working on multiple apps at a time.
This phone has a great camera and battery life and provides good sound quality on calls.
PROS: Superior camera,good sound quality on calls,long-lasting battery.
CONS: Slow to charge.
The BlackBerry Z10 has a dual-core 1.5GHZ processor and 2GB of RAM.
The 4.2-inch touchscreen means that this BlackBerry is more pocket-friendly and easier to use one-handed.
PROS: Useful new apps,good battery and camera.
CONS: Limited app choice,no radio.
7.LG Google Nexus 4(16GB):
The LG Google Nexus 4 has a powerful quad-core processor that keeps everything running smoothly.
The speedy processor makes the phone nippy as you Switch between apps.
PROS: Good battery,outstanding processor,impressive camera.
CONS: Average call quality,no card slot.
8.HTC ONE MINI(16GB):
The HTC One mini has a scrimped version of the processor on the full-fledged HTC One .
Compared with the original HTC One,the One mini has a smaller 4.3-inch screen.
PROS: Good battery,premium design,sharp and responsive screen.
CONS: Poor video quality,no card slot.
9.Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom(8GB):
The S4 Zoom is light on processing power, as it opts for a dual-core 1.5GHZ Cortex A9 processor with 1.5GB of RAM.
The S4 Zoom is one of the best camera phones you can buy.
PROS: Very good camera, long-lasting battery life.
CONS: Heavy, awkward to hold.
10.Samsung Galaxy S4 MINI:
The Galaxy S4 Mini packs plenty of processing power for the price.
It is very easy to use and has a crisp screen.
The fast processor makes the phone zippy in everyday use without straining the battery.
PROS: Easy to use,speedy processor, good video quality.
CONS: Average call sound quality.
11.Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8(8GB):
The Galaxy Mega 5.8 might be a large phone, but the dual-core processor falls phone,but the dual-core processor falls short for intensive tasks.
PROS: Large screen,good battery,impressive photos.
CONS: Can be too big for some.
12.Sony Xperia SP(8GB):
Despite just a dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM,it did well in our processor test.
The shutter and camera are fast,although picture quality is a bit mixed.
PROS: Long-lasting battery,speedy processor, large display.
CONS: Small internal memory.