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Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - FIRST TAKE -

Ap­ple iPhone 4S

While the new iPhone is just a cou­ple of months away, the iPhone 4S still rules the in­dus­try with the best touch dis­play, a whole world of ap­pli­ca­tions, in­tel­li­gent voice as­sis­tance Siri and the won­der­ful 8MP cam­era. Although it runs on a dual-core pro­ces­sor when ev­ery­one seems to be look­ing at quad-cores, it still scores high on ac­tual per­for­mance. Even when the new iPhone is launched, chances of the iPhone 4S get­ting dis­coun­tined are bleak. In­stead, the users will be able to update to the new OS and get a bet­ter ex­pe­ri­ence.

Price: 44,500

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Samsung

Galaxy SIII

One of the most awaited smart­phones of the year, the Galaxy SIII has its own charm. With a huge 4.8-inch ca­pac­i­tive dis­play, the phone has a num­ber of mo­tion and ges­ture con­trols. Thanks to the quad-core pro­ces­sor paired with 1GB RAM, playing heavy graphic games is real fun. The 8MP cam­era cap­tures crisp im­ages and the phone comes with 16GB in­ter­nal memory with an ex­pand­able card slot.

Price: 38,500

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HTC One X

The com­pe­ti­tion is stiff be­tween the One X and the Samsung Galaxy SIII as both have the lat­est ver­sion of An­droid and a quad­core pro­ces­sor. But con­sid­er­ing the look, feel and price, the HTC One X is the win­ner. The uni­body de­sign makes it easy to hold while the HTC Sense UI neatly cov­ers the typ­i­cal An­droid user in­ter­face. There is also a mul­ti­task­ing key, a su­perb 8MP cam­era with zero shut­ter lag and con­tin­u­ous shoot­ing mode. It can also record 1080p video and comes with 32GB memory on board.

Price: 35,000

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