We’ve seen a flood of Android phones so far in 2011. We got our first whiff of the coming deluge in January when we went to CES and saw around a dozen really impressive models on the show floor, all with big displays, 4G radios, beefy processors, and promises of epic battery life. Some had interesting add-ons, like big physical keyboards for thumb commandos, or the Motorola Atrix’s whacky full-sized laptop dock.
Some of these Android handsets have since arrived, and there are plenty more to come.
Over on the Product Reviews site, we collected the best Android phones we’ve gotten to test here at Wired over the past few months. So, if you’re in the market for an Android phone, start with our recommended picks.
Check out the full list.
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Fuente: Gadget Lab