Big-Name Smartphone manufacturers are set to flood the market with a veritable arsenal of new, next-generation Smartphones in the closing stages of 2011, setting the scene for an all-out supremacy battle the likes of which has never been seen before.
In the case of Nokia, the somewhat struggling manufacturer is to unleash two new top of the range devices powered by the new Windows Phone Mango 7.5 OS, by way of the Nokia Lumia 800 and 710. Needless to say, Nokia clearly has a rather exclusive Smartphone target audience in mind for the Lumia 800, which is set to attach a price of up to $700. According to reports, the new devices will e available in the UK from as early as November 16th.
Samsung on the other hand is to counter with no less than four devices next month, by way of the Samsung Focus Flash, the Focus S, the Galaxy Note and of course, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Of course, it is the Galaxy Nexus that currently has much of the world salivating in advance, namely due to its inclusion of the new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Operating System.
Motorola are also equally worthy of a mention, with the mighty Motorola Droid Razr set to make its first public appearance shortly on the Verizon network, packing massive specifications into what will be the thinnest 4G LTE device in the world.
The HTC Rezound is also set to turn quite a few heads to say the least, with LTE capability and a dual-core processor offering a staggering end-user experience.