Future of Android Mobile phone is Bright

Published: 28th May 2012
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Google’s Android operating system has grown rapidly in popularity.Android Phones are quickly becoming the top choice for mobile users.Android phones are said to be better than iPhones in terms of better stability and performance.

Android is an advanced piece of software that brilliantly co-ordinates handsets' functions and resources to ensure that they work as smoothly and quickly as possible. This is essential with today’s multi-functional, complex 'smartphones' which blur the lines between computers and mobile phones.

Android mobile phones have brought an end to this era by allowing consumers to change what their phone is capable of on a daily basis.

This is because Android mobile phones support applications. Simply by visiting the Android Market on their phones, users can download a plethora of useful apps - such as a price comparison tool or a photo editor - and instantly add a brand new functionality to their handset.

There are already many Android phones released and more than 18 to come this year by Google.

Motorola Droid Bionic

The Motorola Droid Bionic is one of the most promising phones coming to the US, carrying itself a label that all mobile phone manufacturers should be going to the direction where this phone is going to: growth, excellence, and progression. The processor may be as same as the Atrix 4G, but wait till you notice the difference in its back operation memory. It has a 512MB RAM, but it holsters a huge 2GB ROM, more than enough space to make that Dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor kick the speed to the highest. Already coming with an Android Gingerbread, you no longer need to line up for an OS upgrade. Despite of the size, the phone is definitely lighter than its predecessor, the Droid 2. The visuals are stunning despite not being AMOLED.

HTC Thunderbolt 4G

It’s been a while (as in, a few months) since HTC released a new flagship phone, but the HTC Thunderbolt 4G certainly fits that description. Hot off the line (it launched March 17th) the Thunderbolt is loaded with features. It offers a 4.3′¯ touch-screen display, a 8 megapixel rear camera, and a 1 GHz processor.

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.

Samsung Galaxy S 4G

The Galaxy S 4G is Samsung’s current flagship phone. Most of the hardware is identical to the phones we’ve already covered (1 GHz processor, 5MP camera, etc) but the Galaxy S 4G does have one big selling point – the display.

The Galaxy S 4G features a 4-inch AMOLED touchscreen that is absolutely gorgeous. Although the resolution of 800×480 is the same as most phones, the AMOLED technology is easier to use in direct sunlight and can render dark images more accurately than a normal LED-backlit display.

LG Optimus 3D

Of the many 3D phones that have been available very early, LG Optimus 3D has taken the spotlight, even earlier than HTC or Motorola, which was announced and sold, February 2011. It has even been a surprise in the mobile world that this manufacturer would be one of the pioneers of this new technology. It carries a dual 5 megapixel camera to capture 3D videos, which can record 1080p at 30 frames per second, and 720p stereoscopic. It also features a rare 3D user interface, that does nothing but stun its users with awe and wonder. Its video capabilities even support DivX/XviD file formats, enhanced by Dolby Mobile and SRS audio, a great mobile phone for enjoying movies and even YouTube videos on the go.

Motorola Droid Razr Maxx

The Droid Razr Maxx doesn’t catch your eye like the original Razr, but it’s a lot thinner and sports the best battery life we’ve seen of any smartphone on the market. Compared to previous Motorola phones, it also has a much-improved screen, and its frame is quite durable as well. The only downsides are Motorola’s weak camera and bland interface. Hopefully, when the Razr gets Android 4.0, it will look a little nicer. Still, with fast LTE speeds, the Razr is one of the best phones on the market.

HTC Evo Shift 4G

Sprint’s flagship phone, the HTC Evo Shift 4G is just a few months old. It offers a fairly standard array of hardware that includes a 1 GHz processor, a 5 megapixel rear camera and 3.6′ touchscreen. The Evo Shift is one of only three smartphones on the Sprint network to offer 4G. If you want the latest Android phone, and you’re on Sprint, this is your best choice by far.

The Evo Shift 4G is also one of the few touchscreen smartphones to offer a nice physical keyboard, which some users prefer. If you’re fine using a touchscreen you might prefer the standard Evo Shift 4G. It’s similar, but trades in the physical keyboard for a larger 4.3 inch display and a 1 GHz processor. If you’re comfortable with touch keyboards, the larger Evo 4G would be the better pick.

Samsung Galaxy S II

The Galaxy S II took its sweet time coming to North America, but it was worth the wait. The phone has now launched on three of the four major U.S. carriers. It doesn’t disappoint in any one area, though its plastic construction may turn off some, though we like how light it is. Samsung’s TouchWiz 4.0 interface rivals HTC’s Sense as does Samsung’s cameras. AT&T’s Galaxy S II is a bit smaller than Sprint and T-Mobile’s at 4.3 inches and each model looks a bit different, but all three are mostly the same.

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