Top Android Cell Phones
Over the past few years Android Phones have been on the rise of the hottest phone around to have. With so much selection and phone specifications it could be hard to choose the best one. Here is the top 5 android phones that you should definitely check out.
HTC Droid Eris
The HTC Droid Eris runs a 1.5 platform and comes with a HTC sense interface, which is customizable. This phone is very modern looking and has a nice look to it. There is no QWERTY feature on this phone so if you are okay with typing everything straight onto the touch screen this is a great choice for you. The Droid Eris is very lightweight, just over 4 ounces, and can be comfortable carrying around in your shirt or pants pocket. Features include WiFi Capability, which is great for anybody, Bluetooth and over 1,000 apps to choose from. My favorite app for this phone is “Shazam”, it will analyze any song and tell you the name and artist. It still to this day amazes me. The HTC Droid Eris is retailed by Verizon Wireless for $469 or $179 with a 2 year contract. Buying online will save you another $100. So this phone has great features, looks cool and is only $79.
The Motorola Devour has been recently released by Verizon Wireless. It runs the android 1.6 platform and also has a Motoblur interface. The bright touchscreen interface is 3.1 inches wide and is Bluetooth compatible. There is also a featured QWERTY keyboard that can be used to dial phone numbers, text, and use the internet. The full retail price of the Devour from Verizon Wireless is $479.00 but if you purchase it with a 2 year contract it comes out to $249.99. Purchasing this phone online will also get you another $100 online discount. This phone is great for social networking site users such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace as all your accounts and e-mails can be streamed into one section of your phone. Real Time updates of all your linked pages is also a plus when using th3 Motorola Devour. The price of this phone is good for users who do not want to spend much money on a Droid phone but still love all the features included.
T-Mobile G1 with Google
The T-Mobile G1 is also known as the HTC Dream. This android phone was first released in late 2008 and is still popular to this day. The LCD touch screen glass looking display is clear and vibrant and it weighs just over 5 ounces. This smart phone also features a QWERTY keyboard and trackball, so choices of use is up to you. This phone is my favorite of all the android phones out there. I think it is very useful and I have always been obsessed with Google. The storage on the phone is great, coming with 1GB of memory but you are able to purchase memory cards with up to 16GB. Sound on the phone is crystal clear. You can purchase this phone from T-Mobile for $369, but with a 2 year plan and $50 mail in rebate the phone comes out to a great price of $99. Colors of the phone come in white and black.
Sprint HTC Hero
The Sprint HTC Hero is the first android phone on “The Now Network” and is an awesome phone for you if you love to customize your interface. There are many options to choose from between your 5.0 camcorder and your favorite of thousands of apps, you can browse through the many interfaces by moving your finger in a sweeping motion.. The outside of the HTC Hero phone appears to look somewhat like the G1 but upon comparing my G1 to my dad’s Hero, the hero feels a little heavier and more firm. The phone has a accelerometer that will automatically change the horizontal or vertical screen to fit your convenience. My favorite part of this phone and some other Androids is the soft touch screen “landscape” keyboard. This is definitely on the top of my list of coolest android phones. You can purchase the HTC Hero from< a href=” http://shop.sprint.com/NASApp/onlinestore/en/Action/SubmitRegionAction?isUpgradePathForCoverage=false&currZipCode;=&upgradeOption;=&nextPage;=DisplayPhones&equipmentSKUurlPart;=%3FcurrentPage%3DphonePage&filterStringParamName;=&newZipCode;=34982&x;=0&y;=0″>Sprint for $99 if you get a 2 year contract or are eligible for an upgrade.
Last but not least on my list is the Nexus One. This android phone made by Google and has a great 480×800 resolution touch screen. Background of the interface is animated and cool to look at. The Nexus One runs on a 3G network, so you can clearly stream online videos. This phone definitely Is one of the best droid phones, it comes with two microphones built in to maximize online sound, music and phone conversations. You can purchase the Nexus One through Google for $179 if you select the T-Mobile contract, for 2 years. You can also buy the phone by itself with no contract for $529.
No matter which Android phone you decide to go with any of these top 5 will be sure to meet your needs one way or another.