The best Android phones to date, regardless of the operating system version – Part 3

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012 11:28:29 by

It also runs on Gingerbread but an update to Ice Cream Sandwich is already in play. The overall slim structure is one of the thinnest in the market, in fact the second thinnest smartphone.

With all the typical Android premium smartphone goodies like a 1080p HD camera, a dual-core processor and gigabyte of internal memory it was the best smartphone when it was release and for some good reason it still is among the best Android-based handsets in the market.

The Maxx is slightly heavier and a tad wider fatter than its sibling but all internal hardware and software specs are all in place for an exquisite phone experience.

However, all the battery goodness and other hardware specs come at a premium price of $650.


The Taiwanese company left the sketchbook behind while designing the new HTC One X,  top-end Android smartphone in the One line of the handsets. Though being an HTC asking for something like $550 is unjustified at first glance but looking deep under the hood actually justifies every penny.

The international version has a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.5 GHz. Accompanying the brains is the memory on the motherboard with a total capacity of 1 GB. If that is not enough than look on the outside of the device.

There is an 720p HD display crammed into a 4.7-inch Super-LCD screen that gives one of the sharpest pictures in smartphones. Though it is not the iPhone 4/4S quality but still it beats the rest of the competition to the punch.

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