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January 8th 2012 2:52 am

Which smartphone is the best to take best quality pictures and for social networking?

and has more features and memory space and last long battery life
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iPhone 4S has the highest quality camera, I have one and it takes wonderful pictures. You can upload pictures to Twitter with iOS, that's really easy to configure. You can upload photos to Facebook with the Facebook app.
It pretty much all the features you want, and comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB configurations, so there is plenty of storage.
Battery may be a problem, personally I have experienced some of the bugs that have meant my battery life has left a lot to be desired. However, Apple have said that they will fix these bugs in an upcoming software update.
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Best imaging - iPhone 4S. Best social networking - any Windows Phone (the Nokia Lumia devices are Windows Phone devices).
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ofcox the iphone 4 and the iphone 4S... i just love it..!!
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In terms of photo quality, the iPhone 4S takes the best photos I've seen among the smartphones I've used. The optics are very impressive. Apple has integrated Twitter nicely in the OS, but you'll need separate apps for Facebook, Google+, etc. to upload pics to those services. As mullane points out, the iPhone is available in different capacities to address your storage needs. You can always upload your pics to Dropbox or Evernote for cloud storage if needed. And I haven't experienced the battery issues in iOS 5 that others have. Apparently, your mileage may vary on that problem.
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Honestly Android does it better. I came from android to iPhone, but I can honestly say that social networking is so much more simplified on android. This is because android has a Share button that works amazing. For example, you take a picture, and hit Share in your photo gallery and it will open up all the apps you can share with such as Facebook, twitter, email, messaging, plus every 3rd party app available. On the iPhone you have to actually open Facebook to upload images from inside the app, compared to android where you can upload from the image gallery itself.
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