Coming soon phones-Seizing our attention

Coming soon phones have always fascinate us, and with CES over and Mobile World Congress approaching we have been experiencing the height of our anticipations and excitement.

It’s that instant in time when we have bid adieus to 2011 & also welcome 2012 with love and excitement. This year has started on a very exhilarating note, & this press release considers your anxiety and eagerness about several coming soon phones.

The rumored Samsung Galaxy S 3 is the South Korean’s electronics manufacturer response to the coming soon phones, Apple iPhone 5. This marvel from Samsung is believed to have a potent quad-core Central processing unit, & the new obsession high definition video recording competence. Can it be the most outstanding droid phone obtainable for retailing this year?

Should you carry a tablet computer in its place? The Japanese electronics giant Sony is retailing the S1 & S2 in the tablets category at this instant. The S1 showcases an enormous 9.4-inch panel, which is customary for any chief table these days. Sony S2 showcases a dual 5.5-inch panel, which makes it close to the grouping of massive doohickeys this year. The S2, anyhow, arrives with a clamshell form factor, which is exclusive for this tablet PC. Both of these gizmos are pumped-up with Android 3.0 operating system apparently, which fails to thrill our techie wits. Also, if you are familiar with the Sony Qriocity network, a glut of video clips & hit music is obtainable for your listening pleasure. The major angst is Sony making an alone emergence this year, which has by now getting us worried on witnessing the altering dynamics in the marketplace (well, we are Apple fans).

An odd upcoming Android phone slate on the cards this year is perhaps be the Asus Eee Pad MeMO 3D. Competing with the LG Optimus 3D, it might get accomplish something in its anticipations. There are lots of left to argue, but we have attained the conclusion here folks!

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