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Best Phones for Mobile Browsing

Surfing the web or browsing your Facebook page on mobile phones can be a little frustrating. Those links are so small, and with some websites
that aren’t optimized for mobile devices, seeing the whole page can be a chore.

For a while, cell phones got smaller, but now, cell phone screens are getting larger and more powerful. This makes your browse all that much easier. Here are the Top 5 phones for mobile browsing based on screen size and usability.

5. Motorola Razr Maxx

Remember the craze that surrounded the original Razr from Motorola? You know, the original flip phone… My mother owned one until about two years ago. Motorola has brought the Razr back with a stylish new design and large 4.3 inch screen. Mobile browsing can be quite a drain on your phone’s battery life, which makes the Razr’s extended phone battery life especially appealing.

4. LG Optimus 4X HD

The Optimus 4X HD from LG isn’t out yet in the U.S., so if you want to wield this phone that has a 4.7 inch screen and super-fast CPU, you’ll have to buy it from the UK and unlock it to work stateside. CNet Reviews claims this is the “best phone you can’t get with a carrier”. Because of the screen size, it is perfect for those that love to browse. Now if it would only come out in the U.S. …

3. HTC One X

The One X is being hailed as one of the best smartphones out there right now – for good reason. It’s got a 4.7 inch HD screen, a quad core CPU and the Ice Cream Sandwich update that everyone is raving about. The larger screen and faster processor gives you great flexibility and usability when browsing on your phone.

2. Samsung Galaxy S3
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 is the new king of cell phones. It’s got a huge 4.8 inch screen, a dual-core processor and several really cool features, including S Beam – the software that allows the cool touching-of-phones-to-transfer-files feature. What the Galaxy S3 lacks in screen clarity (its screen is a bit dim), it makes up for in power and screen size, giving you the ultimate mobile phone experience.

1. Samsung Galaxy Note

With a 5.3 inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy Note is by far the largest of the large on the market. It’s also got a stylus (fancy word for a tablet pen), which makes pointing and clicking all that much easier. Add in the Ice Cream Sandwich update, an 8 megapixel camera, and plenty of processor speed, this phone is definitely the king of mobile browsing.

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