According to explosive growth of Android over the past couple of years, most probably you already have an Android device or willing to buy soon. Today, more than 150 million Android devices have been activated worldwide—with over 550,000 devices now lit up every day—through a network of about 39 manufacturers and 231 carriers in 123 countries.
We have hand picked few Android smartphones currently rocking the mobile world. If you see anything missing, drop us a line in comments.
This is probably the best Android phone till date. Thinnest and lightest! It features Android 2.3 Gingerbread and have 1.2Ghz dual-core Qualcomm processor under the hood. Outstanding Super AMOLED screen pleases your eyes with satisfaction. The 8 MegaPixel camera shoots upto 720p anb 1080p HD video.
HTC Desire HD
This 4.3-inch screen handset from HTC is a masterpiece and its slim dimensions (68mm x123mm x 11.8mm) are popular in the community. Around the back you will find an 8MP camera that packs a dual LED flash, and also records HD footage at 720p resolution. There’s also a small speaker which outputs quality audio.
It boasts sharp, crisp and clear 4.2′ multi-touch Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine. Sony come up with their best offerings in this phone. Android Gingerbread combined with brilliant hardware delivers cutting edge performance. Camera features are world class and Sony’s well known music quality!
Tablet war is getting tighter everyday. More and more android tablets are pouring in the market. Its not easy to fight the neck to neck competition with Apple iPad2 and it seems only Samsung galaxy tab 10.1 comes close to iPad 2 specs. It’s just 8.6mm slim and weighs only 565 grams. Powered with Android Honeycomb (offers USB devices connectivity). I recommend you read full review to see how fascinating it is.
Motorola Xoom was the first tablet to feature Android Honeycomb and got upgrades later. 1 GHz dual core processor and other hardware used provides competitive edge to Xoom. Number of features satisfies almost every need of the user and you may not like to put it down once started playing with it.