Top Alternatives to the New iPhone

Top Alternatives to the New iPhone

This article was written by , who is Marketing Executive at E2Save -Ed.

htc-one-silver.productpage_api.leftThe new iPhone models 5c and 5s caused a big storm when they were released earlier this autumn, but despite Apple being one of the world’s best-loved brands there are still millions of people who do not get on with their products. If you are one of those who simply cannot understand the hype surrounding the latest Apple gadgets then read on for some of the best alternatives to the iPhone 5c and 5s.

The HTC One makes an immediate impact – it looks great and the full metal unibody has been well received. It was released back in spring but is still one of the best smartphones of the year thanks to its capabilities and features. However, the camera is far from the best on the market.

Nokia Lumia 1020
The standout feature of the Nokia Lumia 1020 is the camera. With 41 megapixels, plus excellent software, it offers a superior imaging experience. The Nokia Lumia 1020 runs Windows Phone 8 operating system with the new-classic hubs and tiles interface design. But for those who like apps and games developers are yet to catch up so the store is more limited that Apple and Google’s.

Motorola Moto X
Motorola is not as big a name as some of the others in the smartphone market but it still knows how to make a great phone. The Moto X runs Android with features such as Touchless Control voice commands, gesture-based controls and Active Notifications.

Samsung Galaxy S4
Along with the HTC One, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is Apple’s main iPhone rival. It looks and works great and has excellent specs and features. Battery life is also very good, making this ideal for people who find it hard to put down their phone.

LG Optimus G Pro
Not one for those with small pockets or handbags, the LG Optimus G Pro is what has come to be known as a “phablet” – somewhere between a phone and a tablet. The 5.5-inch screen is only slightly smaller than the Galaxy Note 3, meaning it has a real impact and is great for viewing videos and playing games.

Whatever you are looking for in a new phone it is always worth considering refurbished phones before spending a lot of cash on a brand new device. With E2Save refurbished mobiles you can get a top-end handset at a lower cost and ensure you don’t miss out on the latest gadgets and features.

3 thoughts on “Top Alternatives to the New iPhone”

  1. The Moto X is pretty much DOA and the S4 gets so laggy after a few months. The LG and the HTC are way underrated but they lose to Samsung in marketing.

  2. funny ting is the Blackberry Z10 and Z30 are better than all those phones combined. You’re canadian and should back canadian companies more so than junk from america.

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