The Samsung Galaxy Camera is an interesting combination of a high-resolution 16 MP pocket camera and a fully functional Android-powered mobile device. On the Android side, it's powered by a quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 running at 1.4 GHz. It has a 4.8" SC-LCD screen, packing a resolution of 1280x720. It comes with a full gig of RAM, and weighs in at a hefty 305 grams. On the camera side, the Galaxy Camera features a 16 MP BSI CMOS sensor. It also features a 28-48 mm (35mm equivalent) optical zoom lens.
To call the HTC Droid DNA a special device is an understatement. HTC's late 2012 flagship packs powerful specs, a remarkably high resolution screen, and sleek curves to make any gadget lover drool. Starting with the screen, the Droid DNA (and its Japanese cousin, the J Butterfly) packs the first 1080p mobile phone display. Given the 5-inch display size, this equates to a remarkable 440 ppi. Not just pretty to look at, the Droid DNA also packs a punch thanks to its 1.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro, LTE connectivity, and 2020 mAh battery.
Not everyone wants a phone with a gigantic screen. Looking to please those after flagship features in a smaller device, Samsung's new Galaxy S III Mini hopes to offer much of what makes the popular Galaxy S III great, but in a smaller package. Unlike its larger sibling, the S III Mini is powered by the relatively obscure dual-core ST-Ericsson NovaThor U8420 processor clocked at 1 GHz. The processor is backed up by 1 GB of RAM, up to 16 GB of storage, a 4" WVGA Super AMOLED display, a 5 MP camera, and a 1500 mAh battery. More importantly, however, the device ships stock with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Coming in as the successor to the popular mid-range One V, the HTC One VX packs a formidable punch in the specs department. The device is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus processor mated to 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of ROM, a 1810 mAh battery, and 100 Mbps (theoretical) LTE connectivity. The device features a Sense 4-laden build of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box, and comes with a 4.5" qHD Super LCD2 screen.
The original One X was HTC's flagship phone for the first half of 2012. Featuring an impressive display, powerful processor (Tegra 3 or Snapdragon, depending on region), ample memory and storage, and great industrial design design, the phone was on many people's wish lists. Six months later, HTC announced its successor: the One X+. Packing the same great 4.7" display that made the original device stand out, the device improves upon the original by using a faster 1.7 GHz Tegra 3 processor. It now also comes with the option for 64 GB of on-board storage. Most importantly, the device comes preloaded with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, sprinkled with a touch of Sense 4+ on top.
With a retina-besting 2560x1600 resolution, the Samsung-built Google Nexus 10 tablet packs the world's highest resolution tablet display. And at 10.055 inches, this equates to 300 ppi. It is powered by the latest generation Exynos 5250 processor, which features two ARM Cortex A15 cores running at 1.7 GHz and a powerful ARM Mali T604 GPU. The device comes with 2 GB of RAM, and either 16 or 32 GB of internal storage. Most importantly, the Nexus 10 is one of the two lead devices for Android 4.2, the revamped version of Jelly Bean.
The LG-built Google Nexus 4 is powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, featuring four Krait cores and the class-leading Adreno 320 GPU. In addition to the fast processor, the Nexus 4 also packs 2 GB of RAM and either 8 or 16 GB of internal storage. The device also features a 4.7″ 720p display, delivering 320 ppi. Most importantly, the Nexus 4 is one of the two lead devices for Android 4.2, the revamped version of Jelly Bean.