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Android users are just as excited about what Apple releases next, and they pay attention to rumors about the next iPhone, while comparing the 4S with their own devices. The reason is that Apple used to pave the way and smartphones are always compared with the latest iPhone. The chance of deciding if Apple’s flagship is superior to the best Android devices are slim, as fanboys are more numerous that reasonable users. There are simply too many differences to come up with a definitive answer, but would it be easier to decide, which is the best Android phone?
Some might be tempted to say that this is an easy call because comparing several products that are using the same operating system and have a similar architecture doesn’t look like a tall order. It is merely an illusion though, since each manufacturer has several smartphones that could easily compete for the title. HTC counts on One S to raise the banner high and has great expectations for the upcoming One X, to outshine Samsung’s latest release. The past years was a good one for the Taiwanese company, but the first quarter of 2012 was less than stellar.
The processing power of HTC One S and its sister One X is impressive, so users have no reason to bow before their rivals. Sense 4 promises to outshine the former user interface in every imaginable way, but for those who love vanilla Android, this is hardly an argument. Getting used to Sense takes time, but those who did it would never go back so they are most likely to support HTC forever. Samsung doesn’t lack fans either, and they buy their loyalty with some of the best smartphones money can buy.
Samsung Galaxy S2 has won several awards for the best phone of 2011, but does that automatically make it the top dog? It was without a doubt a breakthrough, and at the time it hit the stores, the competition was crushed, but things have evolved and there are now faster devices out there. One of the smartphones that threatens its supremacy comes from Samsung, and by already using Ice Cream Sandwich, Samsung Nexus has secured its place within the hearts of Android users. On the other hand, the 8 megapixel camera of the S2 is vastly superior, and many prospective customers chose not to make the upgrade to Nexus.
What the future will bring is more important than the present, because in less than two weeks Samsung Galaxy S3 will be unveiled in London. It would be silly to buy any Android smartphone before the specs is announced because you might be throwing money on the second best. The race never ends though and the hope of knowing for sure, which is the best Android phone out there are not better than they were a year ago. The aforementioned smartphones would all make excellent acquisitions and in the end, it is the user who will decide, which is the best phone for him.