Which 4 Inch Phone Should You Buy?

by Thea 0

There was once a time when phones were getting smaller – the smaller the better. And then they started getting bigger. Then they got thinner. It seems the trends are again changing. From 4 inches, smartphones are now moving towards 5 inches. I think 5 inches is enough – bigger than this is just too big.

It’s not that I don’t like big phones – I love the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III (along with the others). These phones are great; but then, if you need big phones, why go for phones? Get tablets. I have an Android tablet, and I’m extremely happy with it. But as long as my phones go, I have a tiny Blackberry that fits my tiny hands.

Nokia Lumia 810As many people find, larger phones are more difficult to handle – especially the people who are more into chatting. It is difficult to type on such phones. This is why most phones stick to around 4 inches.

There are many phones that are launching bigger displays, like Samsung, Nokia, HTC, and Motorola. And then we have Apple that has stuck to its 3.5″ display for years… until the iPhone 5.

Though iOS, Android, and Windows phones may be of almost the same sizes, they have very different working as they are different platforms. Let’s take all the major 4 inch phones and compare them to know which one is the best.

Nokia Lumia 820
I’ve been planning to buy it from long. Here is what you get with it:
– 8 MP rear camera
– VGA front camera
– 480 x 800 4.3″ AMOLED display
– 1.5 GHz Snapdragon dual core S4
– Internal storage of 8GB and micro SD support
– 1650 mAh
Plus it also has interchangeable covers… a new look with every dress!

Nokia Lumia 810
– 8MP rear camera
– 1.2MP front camera (the video chat camera is Skype certified)
– 480 x 800 4.3″ OLED display
– 1.5 GHz processor (dual core)

Motorola Droid RAZR M
– 8 MP rear camera
– 4.3″ Super AMOLED display
– 1.5 GHz Snapdragon dual core S4
– Android Ice Cream Sandwich
– 8GB storage with 1GM RAM

HTC Windows Phone 8S
– 5 MP rear camera
– 480 x 800 4″ S LCD display
– 1 GHz Snapdragon dual core S4
– Windows phone 8
– 4GB internal storage along with micro SD support
– 512 MB RAM

Apple iPhone 5
– 1135 x 640 4″ LCD display
– 8 MP rear camera
– 1.2 MP front camera
– Apple dual core processor
– iOS 6
– Available in 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB

Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini
As obvious from its name, it is just a smaller version of Galaxy SIII
– 5 MP rear camera
– VGA front camera
– WVGA 4″ Super AMOLED display
– STE 1GHz dual core processor
– Android Jellybean
– 16 GB storage with micro SD support
– 1 GB RAM

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