The iPhone 5 is still some while away and naturally technology enthusiasts worldwide are running impatient. With so much hype around Apple’s upcoming smartphone model and such little actual truth available on the device, one would be correct in asking if all the commotion is even worth it. Tech geeks might actually just find solace with another phone option altogether, and here are a few worthy choices for those too impatient for the iPhone 5.
Samsung Galaxy S3
Let’s be honest with ourselves, we all know why the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the first phone on this list. Quite easily the most stylish and highly regarded smartphone on the market, the Galaxy S3 even betters the iPhone 4S. In fact, speaking of the phone’s comparison to the 4S, the Galaxy S3 boasts a faster browser speed with its quad-core processor of 1.4GHz.
The phone’s Super Amoled HD screen boosts both the phone’s design and user experience. Both games and films are thus a joy on the smartphone which receives envious glances when pulled out in public.
Motorola Droid Razr M
Some of those awaiting the iPhone 5 will not be holding their breath for the release date, but for the period in which the phone will be dropped in price to a level far more affordable for the average consumer. Such people will undoubtedly be waiting a while.
The Motorola Droid Razr M however makes this wait considerably easier, as the phone can be bought for under a hundred quid.
Its design is slim and stylish, with a sizeable 4.3inched screen. Speaking of the screen, tech consumers will be happy to know that it’s AMOLED, HD.
The Droid Razr M also runs on Google’s latest mobile operating system, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The New iPad
Of course, many of those too eager to wait for the iPhone 5 are Apple devotees. These tech geeks have two options. For first is to check up iPhone 5 deals. The second – and latest option – is to buy The New iPad.
Dubbed The New iPad, Apple’s wondrous innovation probably has all the major features we’ll soon see in the iPhone 5. The New iPad also boasts 4G internet connectivity and a whooping screen resolution at 2048×1536 pixels, which is better than any smartphone, laptop or tablet PC available on the market.
Plus, it also has a 5-megapixel camera with 1080p video recording! Need I say more?
The following is a guest post by Daniel Richardson, a British technology blogger.