LG G2 Is Only One Of The Best 2013 Smartphones And Tablets!

Best 2013 smartphones and tablets

Display Size 4" - 6"

iPhone 5S

Apple doesn't use to innovate considerably when developing a new iPhone, however the last year was different. Apple came up with the first smart phone designed with a 64-bit Processor, foreseeing their competitors. Truly the 64-bit CPU is not actually useful, but also in the long run it will make the difference - in the event that Apple is able to take advantage of it -.


At the top of our podium for this category there's the LG G2, a smartphone manufactured by LG released in the course of August. The LG G2 attempts to pay the sins of LG, using real innovation. The smart phone is provided with a Snapdragon 800 2.3 Ghz Processor, 5,2" IPS FullHD, 2GB of Ram memory plus a 13 Mpx camera. The interesting fact relating to this smartphone is that its volume rocker and power button are on its back cover. This helps out a great deal when during a call you have to raise up or maybe lower the volume. But when you wonder the way to awaken your phone if it's placed on a table, LG thought it - using the double tap in order to wake, the telephone wakes up whenever you tap the display twice -.

Display Size 6"- 8.3"

Dell Venue 8 Pro

The top spot of the category is definitely obtained by the Dell Venue 8 Pro, a Windows 8.1 tablet designed with a quad core Intel Atom Processor, 2GB of Ram memory and a 1280x720px 8 inches display. It's available at 299$, an extremely low cost for a Windows tablet.

Display Size 8.3"- 10.6"

Microsoft Surface 2

The top of our chart is occupied by the Surface 2, the 2nd kind of the tablet made in Microsoft. It is actually designed with the Nvidia Tegra 4 CPU, 2GB of RAM and a 10.6 inches FullHD display. It comes with a portable stand on its back, as a result of which it can be set in two diverse position. It really is provided with the most recent version of Windows, Windows 8.1, and Office 2013 preinstalled. It's additionally a full USB 3.0 port.


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