Android OS Phone, Tablets & Accessories Reviews
Below is a list of Android related products that we have personally reviewed. The reviews are listed in order of publication with the most recent reviews at the top.
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Android Related Reviews
"[T]he HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE is certainly among, and perhaps the, best Android offering with a 4-inch screen. It doesn’t outperform the Galaxy Nexus, HTC One X, or the Samsung S3, but these larger-screened phones aren’t for everyone. "
"The Motorola Droid RAZR is one of the best Android phones I’ve tested, both in terms of aesthetics and performance. Battery life is the weakest link in an otherwise impressively strong chain, but this continues to be a problem for many high-end Android devices."
"Serious gamers will welcome the Xperia Play’s dedicated game controls and selection of PlayStation games (Assassin’s Creed and Spider-Man are pretty great, actually), but I can’t enthusiastically recommend the phone outside of this demographic. Of course, gamers are the target consumers here, so that’s just fine."
"The XOOM is filled with promise and I have no doubt that in the coming years Android will make great strides competing with Apple in the market it redefined last year with the iPad. But while XOOM in particular and Android 3 more generally are impressive in many ways, they fail on almost every level to bring true competition to Apple’s 1st Gen iPad, much less the iPad 2."
"If you don’t want an iPad and can’t wait for the first tablets running Honeycomb, there’s no stand-out reason not to grab the Galaxy Tab and hold on tight. But if you’re an Android fan that’s been considering a tablet, hold off until the Motorola XOOM or the LG G-Slate ship."
"The Motorola Droid Pro is aimed at BlackBerry users who want to make the jump to Android, and at business-centric Android fans who need an always-ready hardware keyboard. And in many ways, the Droid Pro will appeal to both; though some of its shortcomings may leave users wanting."
"Going far beyond the mistakes Motorola has made, Samsung has released a phone that is messy, sluggish, locked-down and often frustrating... If you love the Fascinate’s design and hate Motorola or HTC, you can give it a shot, but frankly I wouldn’t depend on this device as my phone unless my other smartphone options were none."
"[The] Droid X is a solid choice. It boasts good call quality, great battery life, an array of wireless options, a large, beautiful display, zippy response time and top-notch hardware features – but these gems are somewhat tarnished by Motorola’s software meddling."