I have done quite a series on Androids and IOS devices and now I just want to point out the best 5 Android phones to use, based on research and personal use. It’s shocking that the phone I currently use does not qualify for the first five but what does it matter.
As there are dozens of Android devices in the market today some of them are exclusive to some specific telecom operators if you leave in places like America, Europe, United Kingdom; just to mention a few. But for those leaving in Africa, most phones are not exclusive to any telecom operator.
There bases on my own personal use and a nomination exercise carried out by Alan Henry of Lifehacker.com, which I agree too, these are the top 5 Android phones.
1. Samsung Galaxy Note
To me this is a huge phone. Apart from its 4G compliant. Often referred to as a “phablet” because of its included stylus and massive 5.3″ Super AMOLED display, the Samsung Galaxy Note is huge, but many of you praised it for blending the portability of a phone with some desperately needed tablet-like real estate. The 8MP and 2MP rear and front-side cameras and 1.4GHz dual core processor don’t hurt matters either, and while it’s definitely not the right size for everyone, those of you who have one love it, and others are looking forward to its release on other carriers. Plus, even though the Galaxy Note ships with Android 2.3 Gingerbread pre-installed, there are plenty of ROMs available to bring it up to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, or just replace Samsung’s TouchWiz interface entirely.