Most important smartphones of 2012
Given the fact smartphones have evolved into a veritable Swiss Army Knife — capable of messaging, browsing, gaming, photography, music, navigation and good old fashioned phone calls — they're becoming the most critical gadget we own.
In fact, a recent survey commissioned by Google found 80 percent of smartphone owners won't leave home without it. Your smartphone is now a lifeline to your world, connecting you to people, information and media.
And so given the importance of these pocket-sized computers in our lives, how do you decide which one to get? Problem is, there's no shortage of extraordinary smartphones on the market -- making it tough to know which one to invest in. The following is a look at some of the years' best — some of which you're likely well aware of, but a few you probably haven't yet seen or heard about.
Most important smartphones of 2012 | Digital Crave - Yahoo!
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For example, the Galaxy S III's front-facing camera knows when you're looking at the screen, so it'll give you the bright display you seek, but if your eyes look away it'll dim itself to preserve its battery.