Do you recall my previous blogs about CPUBoss.com, GPUBoss.com, and SSDBoss.com? (If not, see Startup makes it easier to find and compare CPUs, GPUBoss makes it easier to find and compare the best GPUs, and Compare the best Solid State Drives with SSDBoss.com).
Well, those little scamps from The Boss Team are back – with a twist! As you know, picking out a new phone is not easy. There are a lot of different phones on the market and each of them packs a different "punch" in terms of performance and specs.
The Boss Team wanted to shine the light on those differences, so they built PhoneRocket.com to make it quick and easy to compare smartphones and see how the competition stacks up. They aggregate tons of smartphone specs, benchmarks, and reviews into one central place and package all of that information in a visual, easy-to-understand format.
You can think of PhoneRocket like a “cheat sheet” for comparing smartphone data. How can PhoneRocket help you pick out the right phone? Well, it will allow you to:
- Compare phones head-to-head to see which one performs the best
- Access quick summaries of phone performance and specs data, plus an overview of differences
- See what people are saying in reviews collected from around the web
- Find the best phone by criteria (e.g. best gaming phones or highest screen resolution)
So, if you are in the market for a new smartphone, why not bounce over to PhoneRocket.com
to see what you think, and then come back here to share your experiences with the rest of us.
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