Top 10 iPhone ‘killer’ Android Smartphones

Apple’s iPhone remains until now so far the most popular smartphone on the market among many others some of which are listed here. But there is however a large number of smartphones offered by Android that are aiming for top spot.  These Android smartphones features better and more powerful features than the iPhone and for that reason I am dedicating a list today to the top bigger screens, better cameras, faster processors and speedier 4G connections than the iPhone.

Samsung Nexus S

The Samsung Nexus S is the remodeled version of Google’s Nexus one. This time it was manufactured by Samsung and retailed by Sprint.  The Nexus S is powered by the latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and supports Sprint’s 4G WiMax network.

LG Optimus

The LG Optimus is a sleek affair of a smartphone thinner and lighter yet larger than the iPhone 4. The LG Optimus operates on Android 2.2 Froyo and operates on a 1GB OMAP processor manufactured by renowned Texas Instruments.

Samsung Droid Charge

Samsung Droid Charge

The Samsung Droid Charge is another Froyo handset with a large 4.3 inch LED screen and is powered by a 1 GB Samsung Cortex A8 processor.  In addition, the Samsung Droid Charge has an in-built battery power conserving system so that it lasts twice as long than a normal 4G LTE phone.

Smassung Function

Samsung Function

Stemming from the Samsung Galaxy lineage and a successor to the 3G Fascinate, the Samsung Function runs on Android Gingerbread 2.3 OS and has a powerhouse of powered dual-core 1.2 GB processors, plus 1 GB RAM and another 32 GB of internal storage.  Another power feature it boasts is the 8MP camera that records HD video in 1080p.

Motorola Tagra

Motorola Mobility Targa

Motorola Mobility redressed the flopped Droid Bionic and named the new model Targa. This phone and its predecessor aimed to bring down not only iPhone but to rule the world of Android phones. Not much is known about the capabilities of Motorola’s Targa, but the features are closely similar to that of the Bionic that comprised of dual-core processors and an 8 MP camera.

HTC Sensation

HTC Sensation

The HTC Sensation was one of the very first smartphones sporting Qualcomm’s dual-core 1.2 GB Snapdragon processors. This device has a 4.3-inch display an 8-megapixel camera and it functions on Android’s Gingerbread 2.3 OS.

LG Revolution

LG Revolution

The LG Revolution houses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1 GB processor and sports 16 gigabytes of storage capacity but weighs heavy at 6 ounces. It has dual cameras near average 5 megapixel shooter.

Samsung Infuse

Samsung Infuse

The Samsung Infuse displays a 4.5-inch super-AMOLED-plus widescreen that is gigantic in proportion and is for those geeks out there who crave high resolution and outdoor viewing. The Samsung Infuse runs on the swift 1.2 GB Hummingbird single-core CPU.

HTC Thunderbolt

HTC Thunderbolt

The HTC Thunderbolt is a 4G LTE supportable phone with a 1 GB Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a 4.3-inch screen and dual cameras with an 8-megapixel rear shooter.

Motorola Atrix

Motorola Atrix

The Motorola Atrix is a product of the house of Motorola employs the power of a dual-core Nvidia processor and is similarly featured to the bionic specs. It also contains 1 GB or RAM.

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