Each promise to keep you entertained and connected with all the best features that Facebook has to offer.
The Apple® iPhone® 4 is the closest you can get to the full Facebook experience without accessing the site from the laptop or PC.
Colourful icons make it extremely simple to jump between your Facebook News Feed, Profile, Friends and various other features, while the touch-sensitive screen helps you write private messages and chat online directly from the phone.
The Apple® iPhone® 4’s high-resolution “Retina Display” means Facebook photo albums always look their best on the smartphone – letting you effortlessly flick between images with the swipe of a finger.
It takes the hassle out of sharing posts and photos on Facebook with its unique Facebook button, which lets you upload just about anything to the site in a single click.
Imagine you’ve just taken a picture of your friends. Simply press HTC ChaCha’s Facebook button and the image will appear almost instantly on your Facebook wall.
The HTC ChaCha’s physical keypad and Facebook chat widget also make the smartphone ideal for nattering online, helping you switch between private conversations or group online friends together into one big Facebook chat session.
As one of the first phones to feature a Facebook button for direct Facebook access, the HTC Salsa pretty much allows you to share anything with your friends literally at the push of a button.
With rapid access to Facebook, you can keep in touch with your friends anytime without skipping a beat. It comes equipped with a modest 5MP camera to take pictures and video to show off to your friends.
Being a smartphone that runs on Google’s Android OS, you gain access to services such as Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, and many others.
Though the phone’s internal storage stands at only 512 MB, you can expand upon it with microSD / TransFlash cards, allowing better storage for your music, photos, and videos.
Sporting a 4’’ touch-screen, the Nexus S boasts a decent screen size, giving you excellent screen space to not only enjoy your favourite Facebook stops, but also web browsing and video watching.
Since it runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, you also get access to over 150,000 Android apps to enhance and streamline your Facebook experience as well.
This phone also comes with a front and rear camera, giving you many handy features. With the rear 5MP camera, you can take pictures and record video and post them on Facebook or Youtube for your friends to see. With the front camera, you can converse with your friends over video chat.
The Nexus S features AMOLED screen technology that allows you to clearly view the phone’s screen even out in the sun – definitely a plus if you find yourself needing to view the screen out in the bright sun. This slightly curved screen adds increased comfort in your hand and along your face as well.
Need a phone that packs the muscle to give an ‘umph’ to your Facebook experience?
Armed to the teeth with the latest hardware, the Samsung Galaxy S II ensures a smooth browsing experience viewing Facebook photos, videos, and music.
Like the Nexus S, the Galaxy S II also has an AMOLED screen, giving it clarity in broad daylight. Vibrant colors seemingly pop out of the screen and the screen’s luster never fades even if you tilt the phone in different angles.
The Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone comes equipped with an impressive 8MP camera, allowing you to take high quality pictures to capture those precious moments. It can also take 1080p quality video as well. If that weren’t enough, you also have a front 2MP camera included for video chat.
Expandable memory means you can add more memory storage on top of the phone’s already impressive internal memory of 16GB or 32GB depending on what you choose.
Cool well, that’s our pick, what’s yours?
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