Monday, 2 August 2010

The Best Android Phones

More than likely you have heard about the iPhone and the Blackberry. You have probably heard about the Pearl. Additionally, you may have heard about the Android phones that are on the market. Without even realizing it, the fact is the Google's Android phones are all over the cell phone market! This is because a lot of different cell phone manufacturers have adopted the Android operating system into their phones. This means that your choices for "kick-ass" phones are wider than you probably thought they were. The highest rated Android phones are comparable to all the other smart phones on the market. When you consider purchasing a new phone, here are some of the best options for Android phones.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini is one of the most highly respected Android phones on the market. This phone is built on a similar model with the same name. From the phone it is modeled after, the mini is basically a compressed version. This phone works with Google's Android 1.6 operating system and is paired with the UX interface by Ericsson.

The size of the touch screen is two and half inches and the weight of the phone is less than one hundred grams. Even though it is small, it packs quite a punch. The phone features a 3.5mm headphone jack that allows you to listen to music already stored on your phone, plus it has a five-megapixel camera.

An Android phone that is very popular is the T-Mobile Pulse Mini. This phone was built for the budget conscious cell phone buyer who desires the perks of an Android phone but does not want to pay top dollar for it. This phone's touch screen is smaller than three inches. It comes equipped with a 3.2 megapixel camera and even an LED flash, which helps the photographer snap better photos. Android 2.1 software runs on this phone. This phone has a jack for a headphone, which makes it different than the standard Pulse phone.

T-Mobiles G2 Touch is the next phone after the G1, which was the first Android phone with Google. This model is an improvement in comparison to the former model, which had a slide out keyboard and weighed a lot. The keyboard has been lost in favor of a touch screen that rivals the iPhone. The camera has five megapixel capabilities and you are able to have an eight-hour conversation before the battery dies and needs to be re-charged. You should definitely take note this phone is modeled as much around the HTC Hero as it is on the G1, so if you don't really like T-Mobile, you can find an equivalent phone through a different cell phone carrier. By designing the Android system, Google has assisted cell phone manufactures to be able to compete with Apple's iPhone. The Android is known to be Apple's top competitor and it is the reason other cell phone providers are able to offer an equivalent smart phone to consumers who desire an upgrade from their current phone to something more intelligent and refined. The bottom line is, cell phones are no longer used exclusively for phone calls. Today they take photos, play tunes and give you a connection to the Internet. If you are yearning to upgrade your cell phone but are skeptical about the iPhone, the Android powered phone is a great choice.

Author by Shelly Bray

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