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Tech Gadgets: New iPhone5 all the rage

The first batch of iPhone 5 smartphones sold out immediately, and helped Apple's stock price reach new heights. There's a lot to like and believe it or not, some things to not like. The new iPhone5 has a lot to offer in the form of new, however, if you don’t like change or aren’t quick to adapt then perhaps you should wait before taking the jump. The older iPhone4s is now at a much cheaper price and actually affordable, if you didn’t jump on the band wagon and buy one immediately upon its release, now maybe the time with it starting at $199 with a contract on most carriers.


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The first thing that we noticed on the iPhone5 is its weight. Depending on your preferences this maybe a good thing or it may be a bad thing. Some people like the feel and weight of something heavy in their hands. The new iPhone5 is the lightest model. Is it the best smartphone on the market? Well, if you want a better battery life, go with a Droid Razr Maxx. If you want a larger screen, try the Samsung Galaxy S3. However, if you want a sexy, beautifully engineered smartphone that covers all of the bases, it has arrived.

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If you want a larger screen and the benefit of iOS6 along with a fantastic camera then you should upgrade. The iOS6 brings a lot of other improvements which include a turn-by-turn navigations system, a smarter Siri (did you ever think Siri could get any smarter, well it did!), a Passbook, a location-aware digital wallet app that lets you store documents like gift cards, boarding passes, and tickets, a new speakerphone and noise-cancelling quality that has gotten even better.

Samsung Galaxy S III  (S3) stands out from the crowd

If you are in the market for a new smartphone and are not a big iPhone fan, then the Samsung Galaxy S3 maybe for you. The Samsung Galaxy S3 hit the market in June 2012 and it is impressive. Not only is it fast, easy to use, it also is good looking to boot. The Galaxy S3  is not sluggish, the aps load fast and you can move from one homepage to an app page to another without any problems.
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The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes completely loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4G LTE, a dual core processor, and 8 megapixel camera.  Its approachable design, steady performance, and great price make it stand out from the crowd.  It has a large and vibrant HD display and starts at $99.99. It comes with $199.99 price tag for the 16GB version which makes it highly competitive, it’s also carried by all the major carriers making it priced to sell.
There is a reason that Samsung S II (the prior model) has sold over 50 million units around the world. The new Galaxy 3’s preorder sales reached an all-time high in the United Kingdom breaking previous records.

The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD

Motorola has delayed the launch of its newest Android Droid RazrMaxx HD. Several reports indicate that it may be due to its antenna and that it suffers from the similar problem faced by the iPhone4. Reports indicate a delayed launch date close to the holidays but not before Black Friday.

For those looking for an alternative to the iPhone5, the Droid RazrMaxx HD is much anticipated. Both phones are fairly close to each other with, of course, some big differences. The Droid RazrMaxx HD is lovely to look at and reports indicate it is stable. Perhaps the most intriguing thing about it is its battery life. The 3,300mAh battery will provide about 21 hours of talking time, this is much better than the iPhone5. The new long battery life is exceptional you can watch up to 13 hours of your favorite HD videos and drive from New York City to DC and back with 8 hours of voice-guided GPS. On the plus side, unlike the iPhone5 which switched its GPS from Google, the Droid RazrMaxx HD is sure to please.  It has a dual core processor, 1GB or RAM, LTE and 8 megapixel camera.  The Droid Razer Maxx HD makes every second count with it super speed 4G LTE network. Google Chrome lets you surf the internet at warp speeds as quickly as you can type. It runs on Ice Cream Sandwich which will be upgraded to Jellybean in the future.