A good handset to check out is the latest incarnation of the Galaxy line, the Galaxy s II. My bet is that a lot of those features will be in the iPhone 5.

With a 1Ghz processor and 8Gb of memory, the Fascinate whips through any task you throw at it. Moving around from screen to screen is fast and effortless, while scrolling through apps is smooth and easy. Like the Droids, the Fascinate comes with a 5-megapixel camera for shooting stills and video. Memory is expandable to 32Gb if you need it.

Do you love to travel? Galaxy’s Layer Browser by Tele Atlas is just for you, see POI’s (point of interest) from your current location and you will be able to know which and what of that place. Easily point the phone’s camera in the direction you choose and be able to see everything you want to know. Ever got lost in a place? And you accidentally bought with you a wrong map during the trip. You don’t have to panic all you have to do is access through your Samsung galaxy S8 S Google map and you will never be lost again.

D. Battery: T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 710 comes with a 1300 math battery while the Galaxy S III from Samsung has a standard battery of 2100 math. The talk time capacity of the former is 400 hours (on standby mode) for both 2G & 3G models and it is 6.9 hours (talking mode) for 2G and 7.6 hours (talking mode) for 3g. On the other hand, the talk time capacity of Galaxy S III is up to 590 hours (standby mode) for 2G and up to 790 hours (standby mode) for 3g. Its talk time capacity during the talking mode is up to 21 hours 40 minutes (2G) and up to 11 hours 40 minutes (3G).

So, when your phone’s battery life gets low you don’t have to go through the unenviable task of looking for your charger, or having it chained to a power source. All you must do is flip the toggle switch on the morphine case from its standby mode in red to green, which means that it’s charging, and you get anywhere from 7 to 9 additional hours of battery life.

The phone runs Google’s “Android” operating system, although Samsung have added a few enhancements of their own. I’m told that the applications interface has been styled on the iPhone, so it looks different to other Android phones. I don’t care. The success of the iPhone heralded the introduction of Android, so Apple must have got something right with it. I’m happy to benefit from a copy of that style. It’s easy to add apps and access them. That’ll do me.

Since the Nosier (TM)s Lumia is basically still a budget phone albeit with all the latest features, the design is conventional and looks quite average. The quality of this smartphone is high in all respects other than the physical buttons which are somewhat flimsy. The back cover too is not very sturdy although it is replaceable. The back cover can be got in many colors and Nokia also has equipped the phone with color profiles which can match the back covers.