Smart Phones Overview for Fall 2014

Summary

There’s a fresh lineup of smart phones being released for Fall 2014. The following are some of the front runners with regard to features and performance. Prices shown are for unlocked 64GB models unless otherwise noted. This page will be updated with additional details as available.

Apple iPhone 6 Plus ($750 16GB, $850 64GB, $950 128GB)

These are some highlights for the Apple iPhone 6 Plus.

  • 5.5 Inch Display
  • One touch fingerprint reader
  • Android-like predictive typing (new with iOS8)
  • Android-like voice to text with words appearing as you speak (new with iOS8)
  • Smooth all metal design
  • Larger easy to read fonts (new with iOS8)

Motorola Moto X 2nd Generation ($550 32GB)

These are some highlights of the Moto X.

  • 5.2″ Display
  • Design your own phone option, includes wood design option
  • Pure Android OS without any additional third-party software results in faster, cleaner, more predictable experience
  • Fast charging
  • This phone uses the Android operating system, so it’s possible to connect a full-size desktop display, keyboard, mouse, USB drive, and other peripherals. This makes the phone a potential desktop / laptop replacement.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Prices Not Yet Available)

These are some highlights of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

  • 5.7″ Quad HD Super AMOLED (2560×1440 pixel resolution)
  • Super bright and crisp display with wide viewing angle
  • Pen interface
  • Fast charging
  • This phone uses the Android operating system, so it’s possible to connect a full-size desktop display, keyboard, mouse, USB drive, and other peripherals. This makes the phone a potential desktop / laptop replacement.

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