Are you an Android-phone lover? You’ll probably be excited to know that new sensors on Android devices will measure such elements as position/orientation, ambient air, temperature, pressure, illumination, humidity, acceleration, and rotation. New Android phones will auto-answer when placed to the ear, and they will feature screens that automatically scroll down with eye movement. In 2013, Quad-Core processors, which creates better user experience, will be standard in most new Android phones.
With Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, you can beam photos and videos between phones. Integrated Google Now brings the user the information they need, when they need it. Wireless Display allows users to show anything on their screen and HDTV. Photo Sphere Camera creates immersive photo spheres that can be shared via Google+.
The newest Android phones on the market include the LG Optimus G Pro, the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Samsung Galaxy Note II, and the HTC One. To learn more about these phones and their specs, as well as how these Android phones compare against the iPhone 5, check out the infographic below presented by Startapp.
courtesy of StartApp.