Top and Best Smartphone of 2013
Motorola Moto G
Moto G launched by Motorola could be a Game Changer. The concept of “Good Enough” smartphone is fully justified by this budget phone.It gives value for money in terms of performance and specifications.
Motorola with the Moto G brings together everything a good mid-range smartphone needs. The IPS screen is big enough, with 4.5 inches 720p resolution. The 1.2 GHZ Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 MSM8226 quad-core processor under the hood is economical and yet powerful enough to run all your apps smoothly.
One gigabyte of RAM should be sufficient for most applications to run on the device and 8 GB minimum internal memory should serve quite well enough. The device has 1.3MP front and 5 megapixel back camera, which can take decent pictures.Weighing 143 grams, the Moto G is not necessarily a lightweight, but it never seems clunky or heavy.
The Motorola Moto G is the perfect mid-range smartphone with high-end ambitions at the best possible price.
Best Phablet of 2013
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 wins the award of best phable of 2013, which also shows how the South Korean company is determined and very much focussed in this category of smartphone.
Compared to the previous model, there is a higher resolution display, more RAM, a faster SoC, better camera and, above all, a higher quality image processing. The decisive criterion for us however was the software and how Samsung thus defines a complete market. Even if there are alternatives from ASUS, LG, Sony and HTC,we can’t recommend other phablet but only Note 3.
Best 7-inch Tablet of 2013
Lenovo Yoga tablet 8
Lenovo Yoga tablet 8 is one of the important tablets and best tablets which was launched in 2013. Lenovo has deliberately avoided the fastest SoC or High res-displays which any app can’t make use of. The Yoga Tablet 8 is an honest device that know how to inspire not only because of its innovative design concept but the price too.
The Lenovo Yoga tablet 8 truly has no high-end specifications.It sports8-inch 1280 × 800 pixels IPS display.With the MediaTek 8125 Quad-Core SoC you bet on an extremely power-saving Cortex-A7 clocking at 1.2Ghz. It has The 1GB RAM and 16GB internal memory which can can be expanded via microSD card.
400 grams is all that this tablet weighs, considering that an Apple iPad Air weighs 60 grams more. The absolute highlight is the 6000mAh battery, which makes sure you get don’t have to charge frequently.
Best 10 inch Tablet of 2013
Apple iPad Air
With the iPad Air Apple has made this 10-inch tablet category of it’s own.The iPad Air has set new benchmarks for 10-inch tablet which will be tough to beat in coming months.
The device boasting incredible 9.7-inch display (2048 × 1536) is powered by new Apple A7 64bit SoC,which is much faster than previous A5 chip.Though iPad Air has just 1GB RAM but don’t get fooled by it as it doesn’t impact performance
64bit architecture means you would expect least 4GB RAM, right? Well, not with Apple, because even with the new iPad Air you do not have to join the league of “Specs fanatics”.