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List of Top best 2011 Android Phones soon be released

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by bigu, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. bigu

    Thread Starter

    1.) Motorola Atrix

    [​IMG]Motorola Atrix 4G Android Phone

    The Motorola Atrix features hardware inferior to none and oh how it performs! The dual-core processor run monster was included by AT&T in its carrier line up at the CES based Developer Summit. Giving the iPhone 4’s pixel density a real run for its money, the Atrix has a screen resolution of 960
     



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  2. Sulfur

    Sulfur Member

    Verizon Nexus S pleeeease.
     
  3. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA)

    Why is there a picture of a Droid 2 under the Bionic heading and why are there pictures of a Nokia phone under the Samsung Stealth one?:thinking:
     
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  4. Guamguy

    Guamguy Android Expert

    List is okay but doesn't sound right.

    Let's group this by manufacturer:

    1. HTC

    Thunderbolt
    Droid Incredible 2
    Inspire
    "Saga" - Desire 2
    Wildfire S
    "Pyramid"
    Merge
    Shift EVO
    "Paradise"

    From last year
    Desire Z
    Desire HD
    MyTouch 4G
    T-Mobile G2

    2. Samsung

    Vibrant 4G
    Unnamed Verizon LTE phone (Presto?)
    Forte ( MetroPCS LTE phone)
    Infuse
    Galaxy S2
    Galaxy SL
    Galaxy Ace
    Galaxy Suite
    Galaxy Gio
    Galaxy Mini
    unnamed Blackjack like phone for Sprint
    T-Mobile Sidekick 4G

    From late last year
    Nexus S
    Giorgio Armani
    Galaxy K
    Galaxy L

    3. Motorola

    Atrix
    Droid Bionic
    Cliq 2
    Milestone X (1.2GHz)

    From late last year
    Droid Pro
    Droid 2 Global
    Milestone 2

    4. LG

    Optimus 2X or Optimus Star (in some markets)
    Optimus Revolution
    Optimus Black
    Optimus 3D

    From late last year
    Optimus One (P500, S, T, V, M, Vortex)

    5. Sony Ericsson

    Xperia Arc
    Xperia Neo
    Xperia Play
    Vivaz 2

    I'm sure there will be more as time goes by. AT&T alone plans 12 Androids. Some phones like HTC Legend and Aria are going to need a replacement within the year.

    BTW note Sony Ericsson, Samsung and LG dig double names. Gives them a "Power Ranger" feel.

    List still doesn't do justice without new phones from Toshiba, Sharp, Meizu, Lenovo, Huawei, and ZTE flooding the market in Japan and China.
     
  5. Audiobear

    Audiobear Member

    Now, leaving aside the many 2011 phones that seem exclusively US-carrier oriented, just how few will actually make to other parts of the world - like Europe?
     
  6. gallandof

    gallandof Android Expert

    since when did nokia make samsung phones :p
     
  7. snapper.fishes

    snapper.fishes Android Expert

    What's with SE and their phones always one generation behind everyone else anyway? Do they hire ppl from Nitendo or smth?
     
  8. ZR160_MAJ

    ZR160_MAJ Well-Known Member

    This one looks like the DHD lol

    [​IMG]
     
  9. Guamguy

    Guamguy Android Expert


    Definitely:

    Nexus S, either in i9020 or i9023 versions. i9023 is the SLCD one with the white back, that is a Vodafone exclusive.

    Anything Samsung makes that uses the word "Galaxy" in front of its name like the Galaxy Suite, Mini, Ace, Gio

    Samsung Galaxy S2

    Samsung Galaxy SL

    LG Optimus 2X aka Star,

    LG Optimus 3D

    HTC "Saga" aka Desire 2

    HTC Pyramid

    HTC Wildfire S

    All the Sony Ericssons, Play, Neo, Arc, Vivaz 2 - their primary markets are always international and Japan, and they don't make phones to cater specifically to a US audience.

    And of course, we still have the HTC Desire HD and Desire Z.

    The weak one is Motorola, whose products are focused either in the US or China and not much in between. But they got the Milestone 2 (Droid 2) and Milestone X (Droid X). In some markets Milestone X is known as the Motoroi X. Motorola's weakness in Asia other than China, and in Europe is the reason it slipped behind HTC and Samsung.

    US HTC Android phones tend to be variations of "generic" international ones. The HTC Desire HD gives forth to the Inspire, the Thunderbolt and the yet announced EVO II.
     
  10. Usta

    Usta Android Expert

    This list needs an update, especially after MWC event this week.
     
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