By Brianne Strobel, Editor
Looking for a new smart phone? Try one of these three newly released phones.
HTC came out with a new phone called the Status in February. It has a button on the bottom that lets the user automatically share things on Facebook like photos and videos. In addition, when someone calls users or users make a call, their profile picture and current status pops up. Users won’t have to talk to someone on the phone while simultaneously forgetting their birthday ever again. The main camera is a five mega pixel camera, but there is also a secondary VGA front facing camera. This would be an excellent phone for people who would like to have such easy access to Facebook and be connected to friends all day.
MOTOROLA DROID RAZR
The new Droid Razr from Motorola is so far the thinnest 4G LTE smart phone. Although it is so thin, the back is made with Kevlar fibers and the screen is made of Corning Gorilla glass, intended to make the phone sturdy and strong. The Droid Razr’s 4G LTE is up to ten times faster than 3G. It also has the 4.3 Amoled Plus display to produce a better image. It has an eight mega pixel camera and 1080p video recording. It uses a dual microphone system so that calls can be heard even in settings that are super noisy. Although it can’t wirelessly, this phone can connect to a monitor or HDTV with an HDMI cable that needs to be purchased separately.
SAMSUNG GALAXY II
Even though it’s one of the thinnest and smallest smart phones out there, the Samsung Galaxy II combines a lot of features all into one convenient phone. The 4.3 Super Amoled Plus screen provides an enhanced level of viewing quality that uses less battery. It has a Readers Hub for viewing newspapers, books and magazines electronically. The Galaxy II also has a Music Hub and a Game Hub for easily accessible entertainment. The phone can link wirelessly to televisions, laptops and audio systems to display files. The main camera is eight mega pixels and the front facing one is two. It records 1080p videos in full Hng.