The best android phones you would love to use

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The popularity of smart phones in the recent few years has changed the mobile phone market. Nokia and BlackBerry, these two companies still dominates the overall sales chart. Apple's iPhone comes third to this race, followed by HTC. HTC has soared up their sales, thanks to their HTC Desire, which is an Android based phone. The operating system- Google Android is no longer new; version 2.2 will be out soon. Seeing this is an business opportunity, many companies have started their Smartphone development based on Android. The rate of growth of Android apps is outstanding, which is helped by some great Android games

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The best android phones you would love to use

  1. 1. Latest Gadget Reviews The Best Android Phones You Would Love To Use The popularity of smart phones in the recent few years has changed the mobile phone market. Nokia and BlackBerry, these two companies still dominates the overall sales chart. Apple's iPhone comes third to this race, followed by HTC. HTC has soared up their sales, thanks to their HTC Desire, which is an Android based phone. The operating system- Google Android is no longer new; version 2.2 will be out soon. Seeing this is an business opportunity, many companies have started their Smartphone development based on Android. The rate of growth of Android apps is outstanding, which is helped by some great Android games. HTC HTC is considered to be one of the leading phone manufacturers based on Android OS, but their Nexus hasn't done well in the recent market. Many of the latest HTC products are doing well and has left Nexus far behind. This is a good example as to why Google phone hasn't delivered as expected by the users. We will give a small comparison between HTC Desire and Nexus One. One of the first Android phones to be released in the market by HTC was T-Mobile G1. It was soon followed by HTC Magic, Hero, the Droid Eris and budget edition HTC Tattoo. Realizing the potential of HTC Desire, the company then released HTC Droid Incredible and MyTouch Slide. The first 4G Android phone, HTC EVO 4G was the next big thing for HTC. Service providing companies like Verizon are also not willing to go with Nexus One and waiting for the new releases. HTC has a large role to play in the growth of Google Android.
  2. 2. Motorola Motorola Droid, also known as Motorola Milestone in the UK was one of the first Android released by Motorola. They advertised with Droid Does ad campaign to let know the users the good points about the phone and compare it with the Apple's iPhone. Although it could not beat the iPhone, it did well in the international market. Motorola too has plans to come with more advanced Android based phones. They have plans with Motorola CLIQ, the Motorola Devour, the Motorola Backflip and the Motorola i1. Samsung Samsung released a series of Android phones like Samsung Galaxy I7500, Samsung Spica I5700, Samsung Moment and the Samsung Behold II. They are now planning to review and update Galaxy and Moment and we are sure that there will more Android phones coming from them. Other Smartphone manufacturers are also releasing Android phones. You can find Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, LG is working on their InTouch Max and Acer is soon to add more Android based phones along with already released Acer Liquid. Dell is also coming up with Android based phones. It’s now going harder as more companies are coming up with Android phones and they are getting better day by day, but still we haven't heard anything from Nokia. Android application developers are in constant work to give the users the best apps possible so that Android phones from any company can work the best and not depend upon the manufacturer. Grab Your FREE Motorola android phone Latest Gadget Reviews

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