The processor found under the hood of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is by far the most impressive we've tested to date, and that's why we want you to squeeze it into our ideal smartphone, Mr Claus. Oh, do you think we're just trying to make things awkward for you Santa? Look at these Benchmarking results.
Using Antutu, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 scored a whopping 13537 - a score that is still to be beaten. Yes, the Google Nexus 10 came close with a score of 13483, but it killed the Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X - both come with quad core processors, by the way - which scored 11884 and 10829, respectively.
It's not just all about numbers either, as the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is noticeably speedy. Heck, it can run two apps side by side, and its 2GB of RAM means that it can handle pretty much any application seamlessly.
Earlier this year, Nokia brought out a smartphone with a 41MP rear-facing camera, the Nokia Pureview 808. We know, we know, it's a massive phone with an ageing operating system, but its camera still remains unrivaled nine months on.
Now, we're talking about the ideal phone Santa - the best of the best - so anything less than 41MP will not do. Of course, we don't want that huge unsightly bulge at the back of our phone though, so you'll need to do your best to squeeze it down a bit.
It's not just a whopping 41MP camera sensor that the Pureview 808 has got going for it. There's also a Carl Zeiss lens for crystal clear snapshots, a top-end Xenon flash and several nifty software assists, such as image filters, photo editing tools and the ability to share images via social networks. We hope you've been noting these down, Santa.
Oh, and there's some cool new tweaks such as Smart Shoot on the Pureview equipped Nokia Lumia 920 too, so we'd like these included on our perfect phone too.
As you're probably aware, Santa, 4G arrived in the UK back in October, so we'd of course like support for this superfast connectivity to feature on our ideal smartphone.
We don't want those half-baked 18Mbit/s speeds, either. Before EE brought 4G to us Brits, it promised that it would be able to reach speeds "five times faster" than those available on 3G. The other day, our 3G phone got up to 11Mbit/s download speed, so we're looking for at least 55Mbit/s speeds on our ideal phone. If anyone can make it happen, it's you, Santa.
While you're at it Santa, have a word with EE about its extortionate pricing, won't you?
Motorola's Razr Maxx looks like a terrible Scrabble hand on paper, but in the wild, if you were in need of a life-saving phone call, it could save you life.
Motorola says that it has the longest talk time of any Android smartphone and compares well against the competition. The phone has the sort of battery life that makes other phones dim their screens and turn off WiFi.
If you are on the longest train journey of your life, it will provide 21.5 hours of talk time, and in a Motorola video its 3300mAh battery lined up against the Iphone 4S and LG Spectrum in a Satnav endurance race and beat them both.
If you aren't convinced by videos, Motorola has even supplied a table that shows just how well it compares against the competition, and anyone with a Samsung Galaxy phone might want to look away. It reckons that the Razr Maxx lasts 80 percent longer than that rival for chatting, and 40 percent longer for web browsing. Depending on how long your journeys are, you might want to pay very close attention to that sort of comparison. Maybe you should get one for yourself too, Santa.
And here, ladies and gentlemen, is our ideal phone, skillfully drawn by our very own Dan Worth. [Editor's note to self - get a new Art Editor in the new year]. µ
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