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Your Favorite Android Phone Everyone is to a great extent buzzing about Android! Consumers and manufacturers are just loving it. They are loving it so much, in fact, that dozens and dozens of android powered phones are being produced by them. Each of it has its own different flavor of the Android OS. This impossible array of choices has to be faced by a poor customer. Thankfully, the most selected and the best Android phones are available in the market for a person. He can make an informed decision on the kind of Android phone which he will like to buy next. Given below is the list of some best Android phones: : Motorola's DROID RAZR MAXX Late last year, Motorola released the sleek and powerful DROID RAZR device, which was followed in early 2102 by the DROID RAZR MAXX, a nearly identical handheld minus the battery-life woes suffered by the original. When Motorola unveiled the DROID RAZR MAXX smartphone at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, the sleek, high-end handheld stole much of the show's mobile-buzz.

It also undoubtedly caused recent DROID RAZR buyers' blood to boil. That's because the RAZR MAXX, released less than three months after the first DROID RAZR, is almost identical to its predecessor, with one very significant difference: The RAZR MAXX packs a huge, fixed battery pack that addressed the original DROID RAZR's battery life issues. Due to the quality of the phone and how fast it is on Verizon's 4G LTE network, many experts proclaim the RAZR MAXX the best Android phone on the market today. No denying that when it comes to hardware, Motorola Mobility produces top notch, quality built hardware. Motorola radios are the best available on Smartphones hands down. I would agree that the RAZR is one of the top Android powered phones in the Android lineup, but for me personally, I would still rank it #2, losing the top spot honors to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Motorola Atrix 2: Screen: 4.3-inch LCD, 540960 pixels Specs: 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage

OS: Android 2.3 with NinjaBlur Camera: 8MP rear (LED flash, 1080p rec), 0.3MP VGA front


Price: $100 with two-year contract Description: The Atrix was one of the first dual-core HSPA+ phones on the market and is still an industry-leading device thanks to a July update to Android 2.3 (download it here). You can still buy the Atrix, but from what weve seen, the Atrix 2 is a better phone for the same low $100 price. With the Atrix 2, Motorola has done away with the crappy PenTile display and improved the camera. The screen is a bit larger as well. Read our full review of the original Atrix. (Note: we havent yet tested the Atrix 2 ourselves.) SAMSUNG: The giant Korean company, maker of the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S2, is poised to be a leader in this particular superphone death-match. Samsungs phones and tablets have used ARM, Snapdragon and Tegra chipsets, but the manufacturers semiconductor division is working hard on the next generation of its own Exynos line of systems-on-a-chip. They are testing possible processors like the Exynos 5250, which isnt quad-core, but rather a dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 processor. Samsung seems to be confident that the Exynos 5250 can produce benchmarks and performance competitive with a quad-core processor. Or it may even go with the 32 nm quad core Exynos 4412 (based on Cortex A9) having the same clock speed of 1.5 GHz. Samsung Galaxy S3 Specs 1GB/2GB of RAM 4.6 inch 1280720 AMOLED display under 9mm thin 12MP rear camera, with W750 BSI CMOS sensor 1.5Ghz quad core (potentially dual core, but unlikely) Multiple variants to be released to support different carriers If we take into consideration the specs of the device, the talks which are in the air reveal that the Galaxy S IIIs design will be different from the current design of the Galaxy S series, and will thinner in size than its ancestor, the Galaxy S2. Samsung might be including 3D (glassless) functionality into the Galaxy S3 line of Android phones. Predictions indicate that it will feature a 4.6 Super AMOLED Plus HD screen, 2GB of RAM, LTE connectivity, running on Androids latest ICS firmware with Touchwiz Samsungs own overlay. Also like its competitors, it might incorporate a 12 MP primary camera (with W750 BSI CMOS sensor) and NFC support. HTC Desire S:


Nearly two years ago the HTC Desire was the cutting-edge "superphone" of choice, now its enhanced sequel is an affordable mid-range option. That's how fast things move in the Android world. But don't dismiss the Desire S because of its workmanlike approach. What you get here is a solid phone with a great 3.7" screen, powered by Android 2.3 and HTC's updated Sense 2.1 user interface. The result is a very slick and smooth experience. The camera is sadly a weak point, though, offering the same blotchy 5 MP output as the original Desire. But apart from that, everything here's a little better than in last year's Desire. Which makes this a fantastic smartphone and a great entry to Android. SONY: The Arc was one of Sony Ericssons (soon to be just Sony) best smartphones last year. While it lacked dual core goodness, it was slim, as it was supposed to be, since most of their competition had phones like that already, and it was stylish. Design is still one of Sonys strong suit, but it doesnt go well with thick phones, which is how most of their phones still are. But they will be pushing other slim phones in 2012. Sony Xperia S Specs dual core 1.5 Ghz Snapdragon chip 4.33 1280720 HD display 1 GB of RAM 32 GB of storage 1750 mAh battery 12 MP rear camera Sony will be debuting the Xperia Ion this year, which is packing a dual core 1.5 Ghz Snapdragon chip, a 4.33 1280720 HD display, 1 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, and a 1750 mAh battery. Also, it packs a 12 MP camera with full HD recording and HDMI port. Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini: It is indeed very mini, but Sony Ericsson has performed a tech miracle in squeezing a capable 1GHz processor into its tiny chassis. The Xperia Mini runs Android 2.3, enhanced significantly by the company's user interface, which adds lots of style and extra functionality to Google's on-fire mobile OS.


The email app with its resizing preview pane is as sexy as an email app is ever likely to get, the jiggling app drawer edit screen (with the ability to delete apps right from the listing) is very nice, plus you get themes, a cool power off animation and much, much more. The screen's responsive, text appears sharp, the camera capable of producing good stills and passable 720p video footage. It does it all in an impressively condensed package. Motoask.com is a platform where you can get the latest knowledge about Motorola Atrix, Motorola Xoom, Motorola Droid and all Motorola Devices. samsung galaxy s3 specs


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