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It’s Raining Android!

04.23.2013
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Is it Samsung, Nexus or HTC? Which Android device do you have handy? The device gallery on the official Android website lists more than 250 devices mapping across varying manufacturers, device forms and OS versions. And several other devices are still in the development phase in major android development company . With so many Google-powered devices around, how do you winnow the choicest device which will suit your requisitions? It’s obviously impossible to check out the features of all the available handsets. So, to simplify your search for the most-suited device, here’s an overview of the Top 5 Android devices which are presently ruling the roost. This will help you in short listing your dream device.

  1. Samsung Galaxy S4: The Galaxy series from Samsung is up with its fourth claimant, which undoubtedly the best in the lot: Galaxy S4. The phone will come jam-packed with 2GB RAM space, a diverse 1080p 5-inch display, removable battery, 13 Megapixel camera and expandable storage memory. The phone will be available with small as well as large-scale network carriers. The device also boasts of some unique software features like a preview mode which works as per the hovering of your finger and an option which stops video streaming while you are looking away from the screen.

  2. HTC One: Undoubtedly, HTC One is one of the choicest Android phones available in the marketplace. Besides its stunning Aluminum back and sleek unibody design, the phone is laden with features like a 4 ultra-pixel camera, 4.7 inch 1080 p display, a fast quad-core processor, “Zoe” feature devising 3-second videos which can be easily compiled with highlight reel and 4G LTE. As if this wasn’t enough, the phone will soon be available on T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint.

  3. HTC First: If nothing else, the full-featured Facebook Home does win HTC first its share of accolades. But this is not it! The phone has won over users’ hearts; thanks to impeccable features like 1 GB RAM, 1.4 GHz processor, 5-Megapixel camera, and 16 GB storage memory and 720p HD display. Wait! The phone not only fits your pocket but suits it too. Available for a mere $99 with AT&T, this device sure makes for a great deal! It may not compete with the quad-core powered geeks out there, but it will definitely render the best Facebook experience, without the need to hire Android developers .

  4. Galaxy Note II: If there is any phone which can render the tablet experience, it is none other than Samsung’s Galaxy Note II. The feature list of the ‘phablet’ is quite known to all- an S pen, a massive 5.5 inch display, an 8-Megapixel camera, custom note-making software and of course, the unique multi view mode which lets you run two applications simultaneously. A head-turner, Galaxy Note II is still reining the marketplace, at least until its successor lands in September.

  5. Nexus 4: You may think of Nexus 4 as an old tad, but this list is incomplete without its mention. If you are yearning for pure Android experience, Nexus 4 is a sure bet! The phone offers some amazing specs like 8 GB or 16 GB storage space, a 4.7 Inch display, 2GB RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. This isn’t it! It is the only phone which gets the latest updates as soon as they come out of Google’s kitty.

It’s raining Android everywhere! Literally! So what are you waiting for? Grab your share now and flaunt the best available operating system in the mobile arena!

Published at DZone with permission of its author, Lucie Kruger.

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