Quite a number of companies make Android OS devices, and they come in an array of shapes and sizes, some with keyboards, some without. What they all have in common is an operating system created by Google. This is bundled with a very good web browser as well as a range of other apps. Android OS-based smartphones are targeted at both consumers and the enterprise.
The Motorola Droid RAZR is Verizon's latest 4G LTE flagship, sporting an ultra-slim design, large Super AMOLED screen and Android OS. At $300 with a new contract, is its razor-thin shape worth the cost?
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 OS is finally here on the Verizon network in the form of the HTC Trophy, and the phone itself is a solid piece of hardware that provides a generally enjoyable user experience.
The Pantech Breakout is Verizon's first entry-level smartphone to feature 4G LTE for blazingly fast internet speeds. Priced at $100 with a two year contract, is it a good choice for basic smartphone users?
The original Motorola Droid did a lot to make the Android OS the very popular smartphone platform it is today. Nearly two years later, how does the third-generation in this series stack up to its predecessors?
The LG Revolution is a large 4.3-inch phone that packs in Android, LTE, Netflix and more. Its size makes for a compelling media experience, but can the battery inside keep up with both screen and 4G radio? Check out our first impressions of Verizon's latest 4G superstar.
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