Best Android smartphones on 4G LTE wireless network – Part 2

Monday, April 30th, 2012 6:29:07 by

The most attractive feature of the phone is its design. There was a seven-year break in the Razr line, but Motorola came out with the new Razr smartphone with a bang. The handset is 5.15 inches tall, 2.71 inches wide and a whopping 0.38 inches deep, becoming one of the thinnest smartphones in the market—network wise it is the thinnest smartphone from Sprint Nextel.

Its extremely responsive touch screen is covered by the market leading Gorilla Glass. Underneath the protective sheet is Android Gingerbread, the only feature that is not latest in the market. Motorola has announced that smartphone will be getting the update to Ice Cream Sandwich very soon, however, no specific date was stated.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Samsung released its premium Android-powered smartphone in 2011. The handset not only carries the Galaxy moniker but is also the successor of Nexus S, released same year. Another major achievement on Galaxy Nexus’ part was that it was the first smartphone to come pre-installed with the Google’s latest version their mobile operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich.

Nexus has been a trend setter in many cases. It is the first phone with ICS and also the first without any physical or capacitive buttons on the front. The three imperative buttons return, home and menu are displayed on the touch screen and are part of the operating system.

Moreover, Nexus’ Super AMOLED screen is curved—first time in any smartphone. The screen is bent to widen the viewing angle for the users, according to Samsung.

The only turn-off in the Nexus is its 5-mega pixel camera. However, the phone can capture 1080p video with ease.


The first Android-powered EVO came in 2009 and due to its larger footprint and powerful processor, it immediately toppled the list of smartphones. Not only did it capture experts’ attention but also became the top choice for users.

There is a new one HTC is planning to roll out in May. The last iteration was 4G-enabled but dwelled on the older HSPA+ technology. The upcoming model is 4G LTE-enabled, according to HTC. It packs a powerful dual-core Snapdragon S4 Krait 1.5 GHz processor complemented by 1GB of RAM.

However, the biggest attraction is Android’s newest operating system. EVO 4G LTE comes pre-installed with ICS. Coupled with 4G LTE, the ICS-based features and HTC’s own Sense 4.0 will attract a large chuck of the market. One can only hope it keeps EVO’s good reputation intact.

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