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Android mobile phones are poised to take smartphones and their mobile applications to delightful new levels. Powered by the Google mobile operating system, these Androids are arriving to a hero's welcome with more on the way. [MORE...]
Android rugged phones may offer the best of brains and brawn. To be Android and rugged is about as good as it gets when it comes to the latest trends in mobile phones. Increasingly, smartphones are going Android and more consumers are eyeing tougher cell phones. Here are some early trendsetters. Motorola i1 | Pidion BIP-6000 | DEFY
LG joins the Android craze with Ally, a futuristic smartphone sporting a stylish design. This LG first has a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard and front touch screen. It features an optional augmented reality application in addition to exclusive Iron Man 2 content, downloadable at www.lgim2.com or by texting 95173 from your Android-powered LG Ally mobile phone.
Working on the Verizon Wireless 3G mobile network, the ground-breaking DROID by Motorola features high-speed Web browsing, voice-activated search, customizable large screen, access to thousands of Android applications and hundreds of widgets. This latest of Android mobile phones is ultra-thin, and comes in slider style with a full-QWERTY keyboard. DROID X | DROID II | DROID Does | A855 Review
Samsung's foray into the U.S. market for Android mobile phones begins with the Samsung Moment, launched on the Sprint network. With built-in access to Google mobile services, this Android device is the first Sprint 3.2-inch AMOLED touch-screen phone, which creates crisper colors and wider viewing angles. More | Samsung Moment M900 | Review
Motorola’s first Android-powered device, CLIQ features the MOTOBLUR solution that manages and integrates communications — from business e-mail to social messaging activity — all to your home screen. Motorola CLIQ features a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a 3.1-inch touch-screen display. The Android phone comes in winter white and titanium colors. Motorola CLIQ XT | CLIQ With MOTOBLUR | Review
Running on the Sprint network, HTC Hero is the first phone to feature HTC Sense - an intuitive interface emphasizing personalization, connectivity and discovery. Important content can be viewed at a glance with customizable widgets placed right on the home screen. Contact information is easily accessible and organized. An integrated Flash player optimizes the Android smartphone for Web browsing and a dedicated search button provides for an enhanced contextual search experience. More | Sprint HTC Hero | Review
Thanks to the T-Mobile G1 Phone, the Android has landed. No longer just a high-flying dream phone in the sky, G1 delivers the popular Google Android system. Now the mobile Web will never be the same again.