They're a tool, they're a toy, they're a luxury, they're a necessity. Calling smartphones simply phones is such a disgrace! Ever since the 3G technology hit the tech block and prices of gadgets dropped, cell phones, especially the ones boasting of a dual camera have taken their toll on the world. As if, they're ubiquitous. As if, they were meant to be. With 3G, arrived the newfangled technology called FaceTime
(Apple guys are geniuses, believe me), and other video-calling options that let you feel a lot closer to your family and friends now. Thanks to these awesome features that the world's best smartphones have, that today, people just can't do without a front-facing camera in their phone. So, let the world bask in the latest technology where, with all-in-one devices, you can stay connected with your friends and family, make as many videos as you want, and enjoy the latest in entertainment. Here's describing the phones that boast of the best front-facing camera, so that you let your pictures do the talking.
Best Front-Facing Camera Phones
Apple iPhone 4G
There's a thing about the iPhone 4G. It's faster, it's smarter, and it's definitely the better version. When Apple made video calling a reality by launching the iPhone 4, people couldn't wait to have the smartphone in their hands. I mean, seriously! Who doesn't want to take a picture of themselves, and share them with their friends? With the amazing iPhone 4G front-facing VGA camera, just tap once, and you no more need to flip your phone every now and then to check whether you're in frame or not. The iPhone is a smart device, and the world knows it!
Samsung Galaxy S II
Not too amused with VGA? The second installment of the Samsung Galaxy S series, Galaxy S II, comes with an awesome 2 megapixel camera, so that you experience the difference with just a single tap. Today's smartphones are definitely smarter, and thanks to the ultimate 8 megapixel camera at the back of this phone, that people are drooling over this device, considering it as one of the best camera phones
from the Samsung family! While most smartphones boast of a front-facing VGA camera, Samsung Galaxy S II is a breakthrough in the world of front-facing camera phones with its 2 megapixel camera quality!
HTC Evo 4G
Another Android kid, an extremely successful one too, is the HTC Evo that comes with 4G connectivity to sway you away with its lightning speed. For those who prefer a decent front-facing camera, HTC Evo 4G has a sophisticated 1.3 megapixel camera, along with an 8 megapixel camera at the back. Now, you can wave hello to your friends and family with ease, for the video calling option in High-Definition lets you share all the smiles and laughter with your loved ones.
Samsung Epic 4G
Without a doubt, Samsung Epic 4G or Galaxy S Pro is one of the most successful smartphones from the Samsung clan, with a screen size exceptionally attractive for you to experience ultimate video calling. What caught the eye in this smartphone was that, unlike Samsung Galaxy S series, the built of this phone is much more attractive. Well, drifting my personal opinion aside, when it comes to picture quality, some dedicated users compare it with a DSLR! Talking about its front-facing camera, even though it's not as good as the above discussed phones, it's still better than many. Boasting of a VGA front-facing camera, Samsung Epic 4G makes video calling as simple as ABC.
A Few More to Click With...
While the above section discussed the latest treatises under all leading brand names, the following phones have equally good front-facing cameras, but somehow, fail to rub shoulders with the above fantastic four. Nevertheless, if you're running short of options, try out the following:
- Apple iPhone 3G
- HTC Thunderbolt
- Motorola Atrix
- Samsung Transform
- Samsung Nexus S
For the very purpose of video chats and FaceTime, the above phones set a standard that only a few phones in today's times can surpass. If clicking your own photos is your favorite pastime, go with any of the above mentioned smartphones. With ultimate front-facing camera quality, you get an entertainment package as well - you have access to multimedia, book libraries, gaming, and music. Smart, indeed.