Top 10 Mobiles in the World

Owning a mobile phone has become a practical necessity, as well as a status symbol for every people who are, as ever, grappling with the forces of peer pressure and conformity. The view of mobile handsets as a fashion accessory is well developed in the market segment because people tend to be early adopters and thus more likely to transcend the mere functionality of the devices they adopt.

HTC One S:

The HTC One S is the ultimate multimedia phone, from gaming to music to snapping high quality photos. The models in HTC’s one line of phones have three common features: a high-quality camera with HTC Image Sense, built-in Beats Audio, and a premium design. It has a classic aluminum unibody design that incorporates contrasting slate and blue-gray panels.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus:

The best Android phone to date, the Galaxy Nexus dazzles with its curved display, sleek design, fast performance, and, of course, the Ice Cream Sandwich update. The Galaxy Nexus is one fine-looking’ piece of hardware. The glossy display, piano-black bezel, and textured back are all standard Samsung design elements. The Galaxy Nexus has no physical hardware keys on its face. Instead, the touch-sensitive Back, Home, and Search keys are built into the display as soft keys.

 HTC Rezound:

The HTC Rezound is one of the more capable devices released in the past year. With a 4.3-inch, 1280-by-720-resolution super LCD screen, the Rezound is definitely on the larger side. Although the phone may not fit in everyone’s pocket, the roomy display is great for watching movies and playing games. The back of the Rezound sports an 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, and it has a soft rubber surface that feels nice in the hand. The volume rocker and power button sit flush with the rest of the phone, giving it a very streamlined look, but also making them somewhat difficult to press. Buttons aside, the Rezound is still very well designed.

 T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide:

T-Mobile has announced the latest addition to its MyTouch family, the myTouch 4G Slide. The MyTouch 4G Slide has one of the best cameras ever tested–and the rest of the phone is pretty amazing as well. As the name implies, the HTC-built MyTouch 4G Slide has a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard in addition to a 3.7-inch WVGA super LCD touch screen. The Slide has an 8-megapixel camera and an HD camcorder that can shoot video in up to 1080p. It also has an array of advanced feature.


This smartphone is currently a 3G phone until Sprint builds out its LTE network. The display, camera, design, and multimedia features make it the best phone currently coming from Sprint. It Measures 5.3-by-2.7-by-0.35 inches.


The Droid Razr Maxx packs in a dual-core processor, large battery and LTE in a very thin frame. The Droid Razr Maxx is pretty much identical to the Droid Razr in design however it is slightly thicker and heavier. But really, the difference isn’t too noticeable. The soft-touch back is made out of Kevlar, a material found in high-end speedboats, bulletproof jackets, and bicycle tires.

 Apple iPhone 4S 16GB:

The iPhone 4S is largely identical in design to the iPhone 4.The iPhone 4S might not be the most exciting update, but the improved camera, faster performance and the addition of Siri make it a top-ranking smartphone. The overall design exudes elegance–from the rounded, individual volume up and down buttons to the ring/silent switch and the power/sleep button up top.

HTC One X:

The HTC One X is a great-looking phone. The white polycarbonate body makes the phone lightweight without compromising durability, the phone packs a large screen, it never felt too big to hold, and had no trouble slipping it in or out of the pocket. The front of the phone also holds a set of three hardware navigation buttons (Back, Home, and Recent Apps), as well as a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. On the back is an 8-megapixel camera (more on it later), and a set of pin connectors for hooking up the One X to compatible accessories.

Samsung Galaxy Note:

The Galaxy Note’s 5.3-inch display puts the Note in an interesting spot between a phone and a tablet. The Note has the typical touch-sensitive navigation buttons below the display (Menu, Home, Back, Search), plus a volume rocker and a power button. On the bottom of the Note, one can find the slot for the S Pen. The Note’s aesthetic is pretty similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S II phones (though larger), with a rectangular shape, a piano-black bezel, chrome piping, and a textured “carbon blue” battery cover.

Nokia Lumia 900:

With a stunning display, fast data speeds, and a versatile camera, the Lumia 900 has what it takes to compete with the iPhone and with Android handsets–if Microsoft and AT&T can win over customers. The Lumia 900 beautifully showcases the Windows Phone operating system. Similar to the Lumia 800, the 900 has a single injectable polyurethane matte-plastic build, which gives it a sturdy feel. The material is soft to the touch, but resistant to scratches. One thing to note is that the battery is not removable.