|At A Glance||
The Xperia Play is the phone for gamers, though it may not appeal to everyone else.
The One is HTC's second attempt at entering the ring and it's just as impressive as its predecessor: it's beautiful, battery efficient, fueled by all the latest hardware, and that UltraPixel camera still excels in areas that other camera phones have fallen short. And guys, we really, really like it.
It's got the latest specifications, a really stellar camera, and a bright screen and long-lasting battery life that's good for catching up on TV on the go. It has all of the bells and whistles a typical smartphone user would want, but some of the new features miss the mark, and the interface could still use some work.
The Kyocera Hydro Vibe isn’t the best choice for a midrange phone. But it is waterproof, unlike many rivals, and its long-lasting battery life will appeal to some users.
|Processor speed||1.0 MHz|
|Display size||4.0 inches|
|Resolution||854 by 480 pixels|
|Internal Memory||400.0 MB|
|Other storage||Micro SD|
|Memory size||0.512 MB|
|SD card||Micro SD|
Supported Video Formats
Supported Audio Formats
|Sync Options Supported||USB|Wi-Fi|
|Multitasking Support||With native and third-party apps|
|Adobe Flash Support||Full Flash|