Note: This is a guest post written by Joe Petchonka
Android is massive. There are literally hundreds of devices running the operating system. It’s hard to imagine how such a thing is possible, but it’s the truth. While Apple and their iOS operating system running on their iPad is wonderful, you’re limited to only one brand of device because of the closed nature of the iOS operating system. With countless options for Android tablets and phones, it’s usually very difficult for people to choose. Below you’ll find the four best Android devices, whether you’re in need of a tablet or phone.
1. Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime
Perhaps the best tablet on the market today, the Prime features a unique and blazing fast quad-core processor. I’ve yet to see another Android device with the serious power of this tablet. The best part about this tablet is that it’s cheaper than an iPad 2 and works well in Queens Honda vehicles, even though it’s considerably quicker in every way imaginable than the iPad. While some things are not optimized for the power of the quad-core processor, there is hope that it will be updated to the newest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, which will fix that issue.
2. Sony Tablet S
Although it is a tad on the expensive side, the S is still a quality experience. Sony took its time with making this tablet, but that extra time spent really made this tablet quite nice. In addition to the neat gadgets inside of the S like a universal remote that can control everything in your house, it also comes with a unique charger that is not seen on any other tablet. It’s fairly similar to a gigantic laptop charger, but the port is different. While it’s pretty cumbersome and unnecessary, it’s still unique!
This is the newest member of the Android phone family. The first phone to run the newest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, the Galaxy Nexus is really a one of a kind at the moment. Most people who have reviewed this phone have agreed that it is a super fast phone with lots of features, a large and gorgeous screen, and has plenty to offer. But the one problem is that it feels just like another Android phone. Even so, this is the best phone on the market, even with those small issues. The new operating system is enough to make the plunge.
4. Motorola Droid RAZR
This phone came out a couple of months ago, and even with the introduction of the Galaxy Nexus, the RAZR is still at the top of the pack. It is running Gingerbread, the version of Android before Ice Cream Sandwich, but the phone still functions quite well. The internal components are unbelievable, and the interface on the phone is clean, crisp and beautiful. If you’re thinking about owning an Android phone in the future, this should be in your top three.
With so many options out there, these devices offer some of the best Android experiences out there. They’re not cheap, but what do you expect? You get what you pay for. You could even check out online classifieds for better deals if you want.
About the author:
Joe Petchonka has been a write for over 5 years. He has written for websites, newspapers and automotive dealerships and holds a bachelor’s degree in English. Moreover, he has helped companies to develop professional material to assist them achieve their goals.