Samsung Galaxy S 4G – Launched as a Wi-Fi Calling device by T-Mobile US in March 2011, the Samsung Galaxy S 4G can handle faster downloads, uploads and web browsing at 4G speeds. It has a 1.0 GHz processor for accelerated multi-tasking and a responsive touchscreen design. With the media hub, the smartphone provides a range of entertainment options.
Samsung Vibrant – The 3G version of the Galaxy S 4G, the Vibrant is a premier Samsung smartphone with a 1.0 GHz processor and vivid, super AMOLED 4-inch touchscreen. With a media hub, instant access to social networking sites and Android marketplace, this phone provides plenty of bang for the buck.
HTC myTouch 4G – HTC claims the myTouch 4G is the “smartest phone yet.” Fans love the ability to mobile video chat, share and upload HD videos and the 4G speeds. The Genius Button enables automatic quick searches on the go. With a powerful processor and a 3.8-inch touchscreen, this phone quickly became a critic favorite.
HTC G2 – If touchscreen devices aren’t your thing, the powerhouse G2 device features a “bombproof” slide-out QWERTY keyboard but retains a slim and elegant design. With Google Voice Actions, no keyboard is needed at all; just speak instructions into the phone. An HD camcorder enables the highest quality videos.
LG Optimus T – Reviewed as a terrific “entry-level Android,” the LG Optimus T has a “responsive screen and user interface.” With Google Voice Actions, simple voice commands can make calls, send messages, play music and more. This is a solid LG device and a sister device to the Optimus One.
LG Optimus One – Optimus One is LG’s fastest-selling phone ever, as of 2010, with one million sold in just 40 days. It has a contemporary look and feel with a soft-touch coating and four clickable buttons. Optimized for Google Mobile Services, the Optimus provides the latest Android experience at an affordable price.
HTC myTouch 3G Slide – The precursor to the myTouch 4G, this slider smartphone has a Swype keyboard, Faves Gallery, myModes and the Genius Button to make sure users don’t miss a thing. Choose from a variety of themes, skins, wallpapers and icons to personalize the phone.
Motorola Cliq2 – With the power of 4G and ultra-fast 1 GHz processor, Cliq2 is an exciting new Motorola smartphone. Motoblur lets users stream emails and social networks into one feed. The intelligently designed keyboard is useful for easy connections with family and friends and the phone is business ready.
Motorola Defy – The unique Defy is water resistant (up to 3 feet), dustproof and even scratchproof with Gorilla Glass to help protect the phone from life’s mishaps and accidents. Motoblur lets users stream emails and social networks into one feed on the home screen. Don’t be afraid to shake things up with the Defy.
Motorola Charm – Like a pocket charm, the Motorola Charm fits easily into a pocket or hand. Motoblur lets users stream emails and social networks into one feed on the home screen. Users can move and resize widgets and can use the remote location and data wipe if the phone is ever lost or stolen.
Sidekick 4G – Die-hard fans of T-Mobile’s Sidekick will be thrilled with this high-performance, Android smartphone running at 4G HSPA+ speeds where available. It has a strong 1Ghz processor, a 3.5-inch touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard, along with a front-facing camera.
LG G2x – T-Mobile’s G2x with Google features a dual-core processor to deliver tremendous speeds and the “ultimate entertainment experience through gaming, the Web and mobile TV.” With 4G HSPA+ speeds where available, the phone is fast anytime with an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor.
Nokia Astound — Slim and sleek, this responsive touchscreen Symbian smartphone makes it simple to surf the Web, send an e-mail and or check your social networks. With a high-resolution screen, 8 megapixel camera and front-facing camera for video calls, keeping in touch with people is clear and easy.
HTC Sensation – HTC’s multimedia superphone Sensation may just be setting a new standard for multimedia in smartphones with hi-fi audio, widescreen qHD display, video editing and DLNA connection to share videos and phones on a big-screen TV. It provides an immersive experience and a fast one, with its dual-core processor.
Nokia E5 – Stay connected easily both personally and professionally on the Nokia E5 through instant messaging, email and your favorite online social networks. With a QWERTY keyboard and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler, business people may find it particularly useful. All users will appreciate the customizable home screen.
HTC Desire S – The HTC Desire has a slim design and a fast web browsing experience with amazing multimedia. It has a vivid and crisp 3.7-inch touch screen that gives brilliant, sharp images, especially those taken on the 5-megapixel camera. With HTC’s Sense user interface, the smartphone was launched to great reviews.
LG Optimus Me – Another strong contender in the Optimus line of smartphones, the LG Optimus Me targets budget-conscious buyers. It is well constructed and has a responsive touchscreen. The device comes in a variety of colors and runs on the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system.
Samsung Exhibit 4G – The Samsung Exhibit 4G provides plenty of entertainment, including pre-loaded games and access to the Samsung Media Hub. The AllShare app lets users wirelessly connect and play media on another device. Connecting is also a snap with a front-facing camera and pre-loaded Qik for video chat.
HTC Wildfire S – The HTC Wildfire S was built for surfing the web and staying connected. Surfing is easy with multi-window browsing, automatic text resizing as you zoom in and out and simple text highlighting. It features HTC Sense that includes integration of social media accounts and a number of ideas and surprises geared towards creating an exciting user experience.
HTC ChaCha – Sharing is the key with the Facebook button on the new HTC ChaCha. The tactile, QWERTY keyboard on this candy-bar smartphone makes typing quick and easy. It features HTC Sense that includes integration of social media accounts and a number of ideas and surprises geared towards creating an exciting user experience.
Huawei Barcelona – The Huawei Barcelona, branded Orange Barcelona, is equipped with the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system and HD Voice. It features a 2.6-inch TFT touchscreen plus a full QWERTY keyboard, making communication easy and fun. It has a sleek, ergonomic design and a 3.2-megapixel camera to play with.
Orange Monte Carlo – Orange boasts customers will “live the high life” with its Monte Carlo. The huge 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen provides a great view, and the 5-megapixel camera allows for fun photos. A host of applications are available to enhance your phone via the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and you can stay in touch with everyone via email using the 3G+ data speeds.
Orange Stockholm – The Orange Stockholm is already being called an amazing smartphone at an amazing price. The Android 2.2 Froyo operating system and 2.8-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen combine to create a wonderful user experience. Fun features include an FM radio, MP3 player, 3.2-megapixel camera, email access and 3G+ data speeds.
Samsung Dart – Stylish, affordable, and powered by Android 2.2 operating system, the Samsung Dart smartphone gives you quick and easy access to the web, social networking sites and thousands of apps. It integrates all your social network contacts and events into one calendar and one contact list. It also has full Google Mobile Services built in, including search, navigation, location sharing and more that work together seamlessly with a full browser experience.
Samsung Gravity Smart – Gravity Smart is the first Android smartphone in Samsung’s Gravity lineup. The 3G device has a slide-out, four-row Qwerty keyboard, a 3.2-inch touchscreen and a speedy 600 MHz processor. With multiple messaging and media options, as well as a full browser, it is optimized for messaging and easy social networking.
myTouch 4G Slide – myTouch enthusiasts will be thrilled about the new 4G Slide and what T-Mobile is touting as the ‘most advanced camera on any smartphone’ to-date that has zero shutter lag, sweeping ultrawide shots and more. It also features a 1080P high-definition camcorder along with the other myTouch features and conveniences and a slide-out Qwerty keyboard.
HTC Explorer – The latest stylish smartphone from Orange UK puts all the “important bits at your fingertips.” Users can access mail, contacts, messages and camera in one swipe, even when the phone is locked. It has an intuitive interface that focuses on features you use most frequently and remembers them. It includes a 3 megapixel camera, FM radio, Bluetooth and social networking connections.
Orange San Francisco II – The San Francisco II is exclusive to Orange UK. You can take great photos with a 5 megapixel camera and view them on the brilliant 3.5-inch TFT widescreen display. Packed with premium features, such as email, high-speed internet, WiFi and GPS, this “great-value touchscreen has everything you’d expect from a high-end smartphone.”
Samsung Galaxy SII – Vivid, fast and slim is how Samsung bills its Galaxy SII. Protected by Gorilla Glass, the 4.3″ SUPER AMOLED Plus display provides enhanced readability. It has an 8.49mm slim design and better battery consumption. The dual-core application processor performs at lightening speeds for browsing, multi-tasking and gaming. The ultra-slim smartphone also boasts 3D TouchWiz UX adds to the evolutionary experience with a futuristic user interface.
Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 – This sequel to an incredibly popular phone doesn’t disappoint. It’s solid, yet lightweight, and affordable. Powered by Android 2.3 operating system (Gingerbread), Samsung’s Galaxy Mini 2 looks better both in style and image resolution. Its compact design and responsive buttons allow for easy handling. The device includes Samsung’s social hub for fully integrated social networking.
HTC One X – With its minimalist design, the HTC One X is as beautiful as it is durable. A 4.7-inch screen with a curved back fits right into a hand so it’s easy to hold. A unified shell adds increased durability. The camera is capable of rapid-fire continuous shooting, and users can take a still from a video. Beats Audio™ makes the sound detailed and crisp. Users can access apps, libraries and Internet radio in one place.
HTC One S – The One S is HTC’s thinnest phone yet. One of its claims to fame is its 8MP camera that boasts a one second start-up, rapid-fire continuous shooting, simultaneous 1080HD video and imaging, and HTC ImageChip that get great shots regardless of lighting and movement. The rich viewing experience continues on its 4.3-inch display and with Beats Audio™ for a tremendous depth of sound.