Smart phone market is growing every day all over the world and mobile phone manufacturers are coming out with new phones at an interval of few months to beat their competitors. There is debate, whether Android Smartphones are better than iPhones and there is varied opinion based on different needs people have. In this article, we will look at top Android Smartphones and some of the positive as well as negative points they have.
The Motorola Moto G has an excellent build and speed for the price. It has a very sharp display. It is based on Android 4.4 Kitkat on board. It is a well built phone for a fairly built price- On Boost Mobile, with its lack of LTE appeal. It has 3 G and 4 G networks, and also supports CDMA 800 MHz. There are various features as well as various options, with a 720 display, 4G LTE.
The Nokia X+ Dual SIM phone happens to be one of the first few android models launched by Nokia at the MCW 2014. The devices actually run on android as rumored, but do not give the complete android experience to users. Rather, Nokia has carefully made it a point to keep the android functionality buried beneath its own layers of design and apps.
Planning to buy a phablet? Impressed by the look and technical specifications of the well-admired Samsung Galaxy Note 3 but want to try something different? You can consider the recently launched HTC One Max. Here is a brief comparison between the two: