New mobile phones are released often and in great numbers and it can be hard sometimes to keep up with what is on offer. As the smartphone market is currently highly competitive, the consumer can choose amongst many different models. However, what are currently the best cell phones to buy? Read on to find out!
Best new touchscreen smartphones
the smartphone market is currently dominated by touch screen type cell phone offers. It is needless to say that the newest cell phones are of this type. Let's see what the best latest touchscreen phones are: The iPhone 4 is the latest offering from Apple and needs little introduction. Although not too new anymore, the iPhone 5 is still a few months away. Nevertheless, this fourth version of Apple's flagship model can still compete very well.and is never a bad choice. Samsung has been up and coming with its Galaxy S line and the latest Samsung new mobile phone is called the Galaxy S II. The new Samsung is absolutely top of the line in almost every aspect with a beautiful new AMOLED screen and a dual-core processor. HTC's new flagship model is dubbed the HTC Sensation and is close to being released. Like the Galaxy S II, the Sensation has a fast dual-core processor together with a revamped Sense interface, which is HTC's take on the Android platform. Other new and good touch screen models include the Motorola Atrix and Droid X, whereas the Optimus 2x and the Optimus Black are the best LG new phones.
Other great new cell phones for 2011
Naturally there is more to explore besides the touch screen cell phone types. Other manufacturers that focus more on a traditional cell phone types have new phones out as well. Although the Blackberry line of phones have not changed much in terms of looks, the new Blackberry Bold 9930 is different from the usual upgrades. Traditional in looks and still equipped with the much praised keyboard, the display can now be interacted with via touch. With a powerful new processor, this model combines the best of both worlds and therefore a worthy new addition in the line of many Bold models. HP has recently purchased Palm and the new HP Pre 3 will be the new flagship model that arose from the merger. Like the Bold 9930, the Pre 3 has both a touchscreen and a keyboard although in a slide-out form. Not much is known about the Pre 3 at this but it definitely holds promise. Whatever your choice will be, there is a lot to chose and it will a hard decision as all these models have something great in store for you!