Best Android smartphones on 4G LTE wireless network – Part 1
April 30th, 2012 by Usman Khalid | No Comment |
This 4G service competition quadruples in the US, where almost every carrier has either laid down the latest and greatest wireless network or is in the process of doing so. Smartphone manufacturers are manufacturing more and more 4G-enabled devices every day and it is becoming harder and harder for the users to select which one is the best. One cell phone is better looking, the other has the latest operating system.
Every smartphone that shores up in the market these days has one or more features that set it apart from others. Following part of the post takes the top Android-powered smartphones into account that are hit among customers and experts.
Motorola Droid Razr Maxx
The sister device of Motorola Droid Razr gets the Maxx suffix for extra power it packs. Although the 2011 version, Droid Razr, was a big hit in the market because of it’s beautiful design, extremely responsive touch screen and powerful battery, Motorola has taken the handset a step further by pumping in more Amps to the DC source.
The Droid Razr Maxx lasts almost twice the time its 2011 sibling could. The Maxx runs normal functions including movie watching, making calls, reading and sending messages and surfing the internet over 4G LTE (EV-DO) network.