Lots of things on the tech websites about this phone that's just been released.
Yet, it seems they are slavering about all the new specs - quad core processor, 1GB of RAM, massive screen.
Personally, I'm not interested. I used to be, but this just leaves me cold. Why does a phone need a quad core processor? My PC can play video games and it has a dual core.
Does the newest version of Android need a quad core to run properly? Sure I read that somewhere. If so, then maybe they need to work on their coding.
The screen is fair enough, and they've gone for a high PPI. But is it too big? Reviews say you need to shuffle your hand up and down it.
Also the phone is supposedly quite plasticky
I got one of those Nokia Lumias recently. Supposedly they're not selling well because they don't have a dual or quad core processor in them.
Yet, the phone never pauses or stutters regardless of what you're doing. It's made from a nice material and the screen is a good size and very clear.
The Windows Phone UI is the nicest of the lot. Android's UI is a dog's dinner, and a poor copy of iOS which was nice when it came out but is kind of dated.
I guess the secret to the iPhone's success is that they don't chase the geeky top specs, but make a phone that feels good in the hand and has a decent sized, but very clear screen.