Linked by David Adams on Sun 31st Jul 2011 19:10 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Nielsen's latest smartphone numbers show Apple's iPhone by far the most popular device among mobile computing hardware, but Android in a strong lead as the most popular OS. But while it's great to have choices in hardware, it can certainly be maddening to have to choose, especially if you don't have the fortitude to keep up with what's new on the market. So, dear readers, for the benefit of those who might be in the market for an Android handset, which one is best?
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Comment by kosmic
by kosmic on Mon 1st Aug 2011 09:50 UTC
kosmic
Member since:
2007-09-24

Android apps are not very tight up like on iOS.

On Android it looks like that some times the apps don't belong to the same phone different menus, cant speak one with other... but there are 3 android phones that i love:

Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy II
and the best of all Nexus One

What I dislike is the battery, please give me a phone not with 2 or 4 cores but with a battery that can last the same time that my old Nokia 6210i

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RE: Comment by kosmic
by kosmic on Mon 1st Aug 2011 09:51 in reply to "Comment by kosmic"
kosmic Member since:
2007-09-24

Sorry it is the Nexus S, not the one, the one is a very good phone also.

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RE: Comment by kosmic
by JAlexoid on Tue 2nd Aug 2011 15:20 in reply to "Comment by kosmic"
JAlexoid Member since:
2009-05-19

No new smartphone has that battery life today. Even Nokia 500 is said to have a low battery life, compared to other Symbian based devices.

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