Android smartphones are not new to the Indian mobile market and has been more than 2 years since the launch of the first Android mobile phone in India. Nevertheless, the Android operating system has not outweighed the Symbian OS in the Indian mobile market. A closer look at the best of the Android mobile phones in the Indian market shows the following budget Android phones are the money spent worth buying android mobile phones based on user satisfaction.
Here is the list for you:-
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro
This is a power packed handset with amazing and intriguing features like 2.55”screen with QVGA display that is backed by 600 MHz powerful processor and 128 MB internal memory with expandable 16 GB memory. For now, this uses only Android 2.1 with Sony’s unsurpassable TimeScape UI, which is worth the money spent, around Rs. 14, 000/= for a decent QWERTY keyboard, but forget if you are expecting any updates.
LG Optimus One
This is a low budget economy phone with hi-fi features like 3.2”HVGA display, 600 MHz processor, 512 MB RAM and only 170 MB internal memory which runs on Android 2.2 with an awaiting Android 2.3 update, Gingerbread treat. The connectivity solutions are being managed by Wi-Fi, GPS navigation system, 3.5 mm jack port and a micro SD card slot, 3.15 autofocus camera and 1500 mAH charging battery, which is only little more than Rs. 10, 000/-.
Samsung Galaxy S II
This is highly an economy phone carrying Android Gingerbread OS (2.3), and is worth the money spent as this has a number of interesting and amazing features like 1 GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor, and TouchWiz v4.0 UI that makes this phone much more user-friendly. The screen has a dimension of 4.3”, 8 MP camera, Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS navigation, microSD card and HSDPA support.
Comparisons of Samsung Galaxy II
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HTC Incredible S
This Android Mobile phone runs on Android 2.2 backed by 1GHz Qualcomm Scorpion CPU. Some of the Incredible S features will include 4”WVGA super LCD display, 768 MB RAM, 1.1 GB ROM with 32 GB expandable micro SD memory. In addition, for the Rs. 29, 000/= worth the spent are available HTC Sense v 3.0, 8 MP camera with dual LED flash, 1.3 MP camera for video chatting, GPRS/EDGE, Wi-Fi with DLNA support, Stereo FM radio and Li-ion 1450 mAH battery, besides the audio and video players. You can also record HD videos using this phone.
HTC Desire Z
Yet another competent Android 2.2 mobile smartphone, which costs about Rs. 25, 000/= will include HTC Desire Z. This sliding QWERTY keyboard is worth the money spent has only an 800 MHz processor that comes with an incredible 1. 5 GB internal memory and 512 MB RAM, and sports on the latest version of Sense User Interface. They sport with a 5 MP LED flash rear facing camera that is capable of recording 720p video recording capacity, which is a bargain that you get for the price.
Comparisons of HTC Desire Z
Now is that you know the top five Android mobile smartphones in the Indian mobile market, which one are you planning to bet on?
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