Top 5 Good-value Android Smartphones

9/6/2012 9:36:24 AM

Galaxy S III and One X are certainly ranked. Besides, there are dual-core models like Galaxy Nexus and Droid Razr Maxx – the king of runtime.

Android has been proving its power to become the most popular operating system which has a variety of models, manufacturers, specs, features and designs. With regard to design, quality and performance in relative price, Galaxy S III, One X and Galaxy Nexus are outstanding names which laid certain impact on users.

Here are top 5 good-value Android smartphone, according to our poll result.

Samsung Galaxy S III

Price: $700

.Description: Galaxy S III has recently drawn many attentions from collectors.

Galaxy S III has recently drawn many attentions from collectors

This Android smartphone leads in processor, runtime and features. It is also highly expected one in the half of 2012. Galaxy S III comes with Exynos quad-core processor (1.4GHz), 4.8-inch HD screen and 8.0MP camera giving fast and high quality images. Besides, Samsung also equips their smartphone with exclusive features such as S-Beam connections, Smart Stay sensitivity, Direct Call…


Price: $600

Description: HTC One directly rivals Galaxy S III.

HTC One directly rivals Galaxy S III.

Before the introduction of Galaxy S III, One X is the leader of Android smartphones. Like its rival, HTC is also equipped with Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor. Moreover, this model’s most interesting features are ImageSense technology, 8MP camera and BSI sensor, which allows for clear and fast outputs. Additionally, there are also 4.7inch S-LCD 2 IPS screen plus HD resolution and Polycarbonate solid-state design. Thus, this helps One X attract more fans.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Price: $465

Description: Galaxy Nexus is the best value for money

Galaxy Nexus is the best value for money

Introduced for a long time, Galaxy Nexus has been still appealing. It is Google’s blue-eyed boy and run on Android. With Galaxy Nexus, users always get latest updates of Androids. Dual-core processor and Super AMOLED HD screen gives Galaxy Nexus good performance. This product of Samsung and Google is considered giving more value than its price.

Motorola Droid Razr Maxx

Description: Droid Razr Maxx’s battery has no rival.

Droid Razr Maxx’s battery has no rival.

With 3.300mAh battery, users of Droid Razr Maxx can comfortably enjoy various features for a few days with no worry about the runtime like on other smartphones. This product from Motorola is an Android smartphone with the most impressive runtime.

It is a good new that Motorola has just upgraded operating system up to version 4.0. However, Droid Razr Maxx is not so popular with users because it has some limits about network parameter.

Sony Xperia GX

Description: Sony Xperia GX is Sony’s most hi-end smartphone in this year.

Sony Xperia GX is Sony’s most hi-end smartphone in this year.

Although Xperia S lies among most hi-end smartphones of Sony and has similar specs and features to One X or Galaxy S III, it finds difficulty obtaining a position in this list. However, Xperia GX is completely superior to Xperia S and able to compete against models from Samsung and HTC.

Xperia GX owns 4.6inch screen plus HD resolution and exclusive Mobile Bravia Reality Display technology of Sony. The Snapdragon S4 processor (1.5GHz) brings out an amazing performance no less than quad-core chip of other models. Last but not least, GX shines with 13MP camera having Exmor R sensor and other Sony’s exclusive shooting features.

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