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July 24, 2014

Flagship Smartphones: Then and Now

Ever wondered how our current flagship smartphones looked like compared to its predecessors from years ago? If yes, then you might want to take a look at our visual comparison of popular flagship smartphones and their older counterparts and see how much have changed over the years.

The smartphones listed below are some of the current flagships that are already released in the market and their counterparts that was announced or released five years ago (2009).

Apple iPhone 3GSApple iPhone 5S

iphone 3gs_5s

HTC HeroHTC One M8

htc hero_one m8

LG KM900 ArenaLG G3

lg arena_g3

Nokia N97Nokia Lumia 930

nokia n97_lumia 930

Samsung Omnia IISamsung Galaxy S5

samsung omnia_galaxy s5

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10Sony Xperia Z2

sony x10_xperia z2

Motorola MilestoneMotorola Moto X

motorola milestone_moto x

BlackBerry Bold 9700BlackBerry Z30

blackberry bold 9700_z30

Bonus:

Google Nexus One (2010) – Google Nexus 5

google nexus 1_5

It’s amazing how much have changed in just the span of five years. From bulky bodies with 3 to 4-inch screens, our flagships now are slimmer, bigger, and more powerful that it makes us wonder how much change the next five years will bring.

Image credits: PhoneArena.com

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18 Responses to “Flagship Smartphones: Then and Now”

  1. mark says:

    For blackberry dapat q10 iyan

  2. lol says:

    Moto x sana hindi moto g

  3. archie says:

    Understood the article as “At the left side are the current flagship phones of Cherry Mobile, Torque, SKK and Myphone.”

  4. Burn says:

    puny brained people do not understand humor, they call other people foolish because they cannot process what others had in mind

  5. John says:

    Thanks to Apple for their innovative iPhone.

  6. tmcr7 says:

    The iPhone image is too big relative to the other flagships. It’s not proportional.

  7. cad says:

    galing ng mga comparison! ayus tong article na to. ty sir louie

  8. a says:

    naglakihan lahat?

  9. Amazing post :D The technology is grow very fast :)

  10. weryou@ says:

    A trip down memory lane. Not surprising though, since technology’s pace doubles every 2 years in the past 13 years. Hopefully, we would see more cost-effective and sustainable advances in communications technology.

  11. Barry says:

    why is this not included? http://pinoyandroids.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/5056086. I got mine and its really a great phone. They also have great customer service. though the original order color was out of stock, they were able to update me right away. I would recommend this phone and website

  12. June says:

    Sony should have start with the very first xperia with windows OS.

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