Best Android Phones On The Market Right Now

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There are many great devices on the market right now for Android fans; however some stand out more than others. One of the great things about Android is the fact that you can pick and choose from a range of handsets.

Best Android phones on the market: LG Nexus 4, HTC One X+ & Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD

The folks over at ComputerWorld have compiled a list of what they believe are the top 3 Android phones on the market right now. The titles go to the LG Nexus 4, HTC One X+ and Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD. So if you’re with AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile then you’re covered. If you’re with Sprint we’re guessing you will have to settle for the Samsung Galaxy S3, not that it’s a bad thing. So why did CW crown the Nexus, One X+ and RAZR MAXX HD as kings?

LG Nexus 4: The Nexus 4 is one of the best Android devices on the market right now as it comes with the pure Android experience. This means that it lacks bloatware of carriers and the result is a very sleek and intuitive user experience. When you have used pure Android you will never want to go back again. This is all coupled to a low $299 price tag

HTC One X+: The One X+ from HTC has taken over from its predecessor and is a great device. It comes with an excellent display, top of the range camera and solid build quality. It has been improved over the One X as it has a processor that is faster, a longer lasting battery and the amount of internal storage has been quadrupled. The device also comes in a black colour that is very eye catching.

Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD: The Droid Razr Maxx HD stands out on its own thanks to it being durable and coming with unmatched battery life. The handset has been built to last both against the environment and charge times.

You cannot get any better than the battery life on the handset as it comes with a battery of 3300mAh which is said to offer around 32 hours of use. Even with LTE the handset just keeps on going.

Mike is the man who reviews gadgets that aren’t mainstream or products that can’t exactly be classified as consumer electronics e.g. portable talking toilets. It’s always interesting to read about the crazy products we have here in Asia that just don’t get as much publicity as they warrant.