Top 5 Multi-Brand Smartphones of 2011

2011 saw a major entrance to many entourages of the modern tech market. Many milestones, updates, introductions and outcomes announced 2011 a really active year. Many devices we looked forward to pop up have landed and yet again I will make a list this time about top Smartphones of our new decade succeeding that of the tablets list before.HTC Thunderbolt

It is not an exaggeration to state that Android is swollen, Android with its stable line of production kept on rolling out new devices and software updates by the bullion. HTC as usual is on board with its devices along with a host of other companies for Android phones. Its latest device the HTC Thunderbolt takes first place on my list as one of the top handsets of 2011. Similar in many ways to the HTC EVO 4G even with the 4-inch+ display, it has on the plus side LTE and is featured on Verizon’s network. Breakneck speed!

The battery life and processor speed in comparison to such a forward device may be lacking but on the whole it does score high enough.

Dell Venue pro

Some of you might be thinking; WP7?! So my answer here is; YES! (capital) The Dell venue pro is among those WP7 phones that boasts amazing desktop internet shortcuts, widgets and app customizability and app support is healthier than you think. It might lack a lot of things on iOS4 and Android 2.2 but kudos to Microsoft on this one!

Nokia N8

The Nokia N8 secures its place on the list of top Smartphones not or the fact that Ovi store is mediocre or Symbian is altogether pathetic. In fact apart from Ovi store, Nokias are supportable of a variety of software online. So apps are not an issue with me as long as I can pack an antivirus along. If you ask me as a user for Nokias since the nearly past decade then the N8 has immensely user-friendly customizability, easy settings toggling, 5 cool colors, an unrivalled 12MP camera, free offline Ovi map support, the best 3G I have ever experienced, crisp screen and slight added features and shortcuts all over the place making it so far my best Smartphone after HTC.

Apple iPhone 4

Apart from the fact this is the “best-est” cheap and complete phone available – only beatable by some Android sets – in my opinion the iPhone 4 is the most common choice for all noobs, experienced users and those wishing for powerful iPhone app support. That, and the fact it is now available on AT&T and Verizon marks for it a position in this list. The design, material, display and new iOS4.3 adds to a great experience.

Motorola Atrix 4G

Motorola Atrix 4G

Motorola Mobility’s Atrix 4G was one of the first dual-core handsets and apart from Motorola’s restrictions and bloatware the phone is one of the most powerful and high-end Android phones there is. This device can also fit as a netbook onto a laptop through a laptop dock but that is expensive.

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