Android phones come in a variety of forms and flavors. Here are the best smartphones running Google's innovative mobile platform.
Bottom Line: The HTC Incredible is one of the most impressive Android phones available with a gorgeous display, slick user interface, and lightning-fast processor. Bottom Line: The Google Nexus One impresses with a stunning AMOLED display, speedy performance, and cool tweaks to the Android OS; but some network issues prevent it from being a superphone. Bottom Line: The first Android 2.0 phone impresses with a strong suite of Web features and a stunning 3.7-inch display, but some users might have trouble with the shallow keyboard. Bottom Line: The beautifully designed Motorola Cliq is a social butterfly's dream phone, but others may find the MotoBlur user interface overwhelming. Bottom Line: With a gorgeous AMOLED display and an excellent camera, the pricey Samsung Behold II will appeal to multimedia junkies with deep pockets. Bottom Line: The Moment impresses with a vivid AMOLED display and roomy QWERTY keyboard, but the software is quirky and the touchscreen can be slow. Bottom Line: If you can live without a hardware keyboard, the HTC Droid Eris is an affordable and feature-packed alternative to the Motorola Droid.
8. HTC HeroMegaPixels: 5MPBottom Line: The HTC Hero marks a giant step in innovation of the Android platform, but it isn't without flaws.
Bottom Line: The T-Mobile myTouch 3G is a big improvement from its predecessor, but the physical keyboard is sorely missed.
10. Motorola DevourBottom Line: The Motorola Devour has a solid build and great social networking features, but a few design flaws and a mediocre camera make it no match for the Droid.