The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

Posted on Jan 22 2012 - 7:08am by admin
The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

Technology was on the rush at the annual CES 2012. There were Smart screens, smartphone , gadgets and many more but the heart of the CES was andriod smartphones CES may have come and gone, but the only thing that didn’t was the mark that some devices left on the said event. And for those under the green robot camp, that mark was left pretty well as there are multiple Android devices that topped this year’s Best of Innovations Honorees. Let’s take a look at the top ten best android smartphones that were presented at the CES 2012.

 

DTS Inc. – T-Mobile G2x™ with Google™ by LG

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The G2x, one of T-Mobile’s more popular devices. A good all around Android mobile phone loaded with lots of multimedia features. And if you’ve got multimedia, it would be better if it had great sound, This is where DTS goes in. DTS’s Ultra Mobile technology allows the user to experience the ultimate in portable entertainment and gaming. Now you won’t have any problems of not having enough volume from your mobile phone once you see that DTS logo imprinted there.

 

LG DoublePlay

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

Now here’s something different. For most android phone models, there’s always a variant that caters to those wanting a QWERTY keypad despite being optimized for a touch screen interface. There’s the Xperia Arc and the Xperia Pro; and then there’s the Droid and the Droid Pro. However, there are a few that go outside this ‘norm’ and go for the more creative approach. Such phone is the DoublePlay by LG. While it also has the slide out keypad, the keypad itself is split into two — with a small touchscreen at the center. This allows easy customization for users that always access the same apps at once to do it easier without having to scroll through multiple screens. And of course, there are the features that you’d expect of an LG phone in this price range. So yep, that’s an innovative phone right there.

 

LG Revolution with VMware Horizon Mobile™

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

Here’s another offering from LG, but this time around, it’s neither the design, nor the specs. For those that use their mobile phones in both personal and work applications, but don’t want to intermix either into one conundrum, then the LG Revolution is perfect. Included in the package is VMware Horizon Mobile Technology, which allows you to have two virtual phones in a single unit. This basically allows employers to have less capital expenses by letting their employees have a phone with the said technology, such as the LG Revolution, and they’ll be more productive.

 

Motorola Droid Bionic

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Droid Bionic was a first in its kind in many ways. For one, it’s the first phone offered by Verizon to use 4G LTE technology powered by a 1 GHz dual-core processor. Couple that with it’s 1 GB of RAM and a thin form factor and you’ve got yourselves a very stylish smartphone that has the integration of the latest technology into a single package. Add to that Motorola’s ZumoCast and you have yourselves a great multimedia device that can easily pull off content from your desktop and back. And yep, it’s upgradable to Ice Cream Sandwich, making lesser reasons of not buying one.

 

Motorola Photon 4G

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

Motorola has proven themselves to be really flexible this time. If Verizon has the Droid Bionic, then Sprint has in their hands the first Worldphone. Basically with speeds like those provided by Sprint 4G, coupled with the processing power of the Photon 4G’s 1 GHz dual core and that gorgeous 4.3-inch qHD display; you won’t need any phone besides this one. Since it is a worldphone, you’d use it for endless hours chatting — as a bonus, the Photon 4G has an included kickstand, you can just place it on the top of your coffee table, then chat away. The phone, combined with the provider truly deserves the worldphone moniker it has.

 

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Galaxy Nexus has been a news maker for quite sometime, well it’s the first mobile phone released to have the latest Android version loaded into it. Combine that with it’s astounding 4.65-inch HD Super Amoled Touchscreen display, and it’s LTE connectivity capabilities, the Galaxy Nexus is sure to be a staple in most Android lovers out there. The Galaxy Nexus also has it’s own build-in voice assistant feature. And while it may not be a Siri, it definitely gets the job done. So for those early adapters or just wanting to have the latest of what they can get, then go for the Galaxy Nexus.

 

Samsung Galaxy Note

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

IF you ever wanted consistency in the size of your mobile phones, then the Galaxy Note is definitely out of that range. Samsung likes creating devices at different and sometimes, weird dimensions. The Galaxy Note, as many will probably deem it, is kind of a hybrid between your smaller 7.1-inch tablet and your typical 4-inch touch screen phone. So why would you buy something you’re not even sure if it will fit it your pocket? Well, it isn’t named the Galaxy Note for nothing. Integrated in this phone is the capability to easily write notes and doodle anything with the included stylus — something we haven’t seen in a while. Add to that it’s HD Super Amoled display, and you’ve got clarity beyond most phones can deliver.

 

Samsung Galaxy S II

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Galaxy S II might be released sometime in 2011, but it still remains as one of the top choices for Android phone buyers in the market. Simple reasons, it’s 4.2 inch display, utilizing their Super AMOLED Plus display technology brings out crisp images at a finger’s touch. Combine that with the latest Android version — and is upgradable to Ice Cream Sandwich, and you’ll find yourselves at probably one of the best Android phone experiences in the market. And did we forget that this phone is slim? At only 8.9mm at its thinnest, that’s no bulk right there.

 

T-Mobile Sidekick

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

When you hear the term ‘sidekick’, it immediately connotes a partner in one way or another. So getting T-Mobile’s Sidekick means you’re definitely getting one great partner to boot. It’s your partner in easily getting connected to what’s happening around you. It’s an Android phone with deep social-networking integration — Group Text for group message threading, preloaded Facebook and Twitter applications and more. With it’s sliding keyboard, powered by T-Mobile network, you’ll get updates whenever you may be.

 

HTC Amaze 4G

 

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

The Top Ten Best Andriod Smartphones At CES 2012

Perfectly capping this list is something that will definitely amaze any user that experiences it. If you want it fast and reliable, then having a 4G network running on a 1.5 GHz device must be the perfect combination for you. While some may say that it’s basically a repackaged Sensation, then they might be right at some point. But the key selling point of the Amaze, aside from the revamped exterior, is T-Mobile HSPA+ 42Mbps network. Those are hard numbers and those represent hard data that you’ll be getting with the Amaze 4G.

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  • gman thebrave

    I remember when everyone wanted the keyboard slider phone, which seems to be taking a back seat now. I have friends that text a lot and they still prefer the keyboard style phone, but with so few to choose from they have recently switched to the virtual keyboard. They complain that it is too difficult to select the right letter, their greatest fear before taking the “virtual” plunge. Personally, I’ve never had a keyboard smart phone, and I simply got used to it after using a flip phone for years. When I got my first iPhone it was my first smart phone and now that I have the 4S I can’t imagine ever needing a physical keyboard. Selecting apps is what I do mostly though since I don’t like to text (hey, it’s a phone, remember talking?). I use the DISH Remote Access App constantly to access my DVR because my kids have the app too and create conflicts with my recordings. We watch live and recorded TV too from the app on our iPhones, and I use my Galaxy Tab too because of the Sling Adapter I got after hearing about it from my employer DISH. I suppose since I don’t text I’m not a very qualified critic.

    • ya bro u r right but the basic and luxury type of typing was always keyboard typing . it feels soo much good when u type and hear the sound tik tik tik tik all the time …:0 i dnt like touch screen keyboards as they are soo sensitive to use Try to go for either touch phones, or qwerty phones. When both touch screen and qwerty are present, it may get messy.
      If you are a rough user, go for qwerty (E series, Nokia).
      If you are an entertainment lover, then you should go for touchscreen. You will really love the experience.