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Top Smartphones of Today

PhonesIt is a good time to be in the market for a new smartphone. Today, there are many more choices than there were only a few years ago, as you have a choice of various platforms from which to choose. The three most popular operating systems at this time are iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone. Of course, there is also BlackBerry, which now sits fourth on the list.

No matter which smartphone you choose, you should opt for a data plan with your wireless carrier. This will ensure that you get the best out of your device so that you can use it to its absolute full potential. After all, a smartphone is generally a miniature computer that you can tote around with you. It is exceptionally important to have access to a data plan for unforeseen emergencies.

As for phones themselves, the iPhone 5S and 5C are the newest Apple releases on the market. They hit store shelves in September 2013 and have plenty of great features going for them. Included is the 4-inch screen with Retina display, the brand new Apple mobile operating system iOS 7, Siri voice feature, and social media integration with Facebook and Twitter. In addition, you have your choice of a huge number of apps courtesy of the iTunes App Store. The 5S is available in color choices of black and space grey, white and silver, and white and gold and can be purchased with 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB of storage. The 5C comes in a variety of bright colors and is slightly cheaper because it is made of plastic.

Android phones are provided by a number of manufacturers. One of the most popular is the Samsung Galaxy S4, which is known for its nifty new features that rely on a series of gestures that use the hands and eyes. For instance, if you are viewing a video on your S4, you can pause it by simply moving your eyes away from the screen. Likewise, you can scroll through your camera’s album by hovering your finger over a thumbnail to view the full image. The Galaxy S4 runs on Android’s 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system and is available in 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB.

Windows Phone 8 has really gained great popularity since its launch in November 2012. One of the newest devices that is sure to fly off store shelves is the Nokia Lumia 1520. This phone is generally a “phablet,” as it sports a 6-inch screen. It is ultra slim, takes a nano SIM card, and comes in red, yellow, white, or black. Surprisingly, it will be available with only 16GB of internal storage, but will include a microSD slot that supports cards of up to 64GB.