HTC One X
Here's 4 Android smartphones that you can buy right now that are every bit as good (and in some ways better) than the Google Nexus 4.
A Snapdragon S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor will power the upcoming Motorola RAZR M. But there are disappointments. There's likely no Jelly Bean here and the display resolution is rumored to be only qHD.
I get asked this a lot lately: should I pull the trigger on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus, or wait for the Motorola Razr HD, or 2012 Nexus? Here's one guy's take.
Camp Android increasingly looks like a two horse race: Samsung vs. Motorola. I'm guessing that Google's mobility division is reluctantly pleased that team Samsung is venturing daily into those San Jose courtrooms.
So while S III users will have hardware bragging rights, Nexus owners will have software bragging rights. Which matters most to you?
But -- and this is a Big But -- here's the rub: I immediately upgraded to the S III before Verizon decided to pull the plug on grandfathered unlimited data plans.
If you're an existing Verizon Wireless customer I've discovered you needn't worry about losing your unlimited data plan.
Many buyers have complained that while large screens are great for surfing and watching movies, they can make it awkward to use the phone with one hand.
Android upgrade power rankings, in order: Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One X, Motorola Droid Fighter. Even Galaxy Nexus warrants consideration.
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