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Worst Time To Buy An Android Phone According to Analysts

Recent advances in technology have made possible Android phones which were not even thought possible a few years back. Though it hasn’t been too long since the release of the first Android phone, they have come a long way since then providing users with stunning displays powered by some of the fastest processors. Despite these promising figures, it is still not the best time to buy an Android based smartphone. The primary reason for this is the huge line up of devices set to be released in the near future.

The usual trend of smartphone releases has always been such that a recently released phone tends to become outdated within a few months of release. With two year contracts coming with each phone, tech savvy smartphone users find it increasingly difficult to commit to a specific phone model. However the trend has not been the same amongst Android phones in the recent past. The progress in the past year or so has been rather sluggish with no revolutionary changes being seen in the smartphone market. However, this is likely to change in the next batch of Android phones hitting the shelves in which dramatic changes are expected.

Two of the biggest smartphone makers in the world, HTC and Samsung have announced the release of next-generation devices which are bound to make the devices on the market right now seem outdated. Samsung has not officially unveiled its next generation flagship model yet but it is expected to be the Galaxy S III. The phone is expected to have a 1080p 4.8 inch Super AMOLED display which will change the smartphone display game the same way Apple’s Retina display has changed the tablet display segment.

HTC has already unveiled its next flagship model for the first half of 2012, the HTC One X at the Mobile World Congress. This device will feature an 8 megapixel rear camera and a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera which will enable video chats in 720p, embedded 4G LTE, 32 GB of internal storage, 1GB of RAM and a 4.6 inch 1280 x 720 pixel Super LCD 2 display. The device will be powered by a 1.5GHz quad core Tegra 3 processor while running the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich and Sense 4.0.

Source : Pocket Mobile