Monday, January 17, 2011

Are Google Android handsets gradually taking over the smart phone world?

Android have been around for quite a while now, long enough you'd think that they would be able to create a mobile phone handset that's capable of imposing some sort of serious damage on the iPhone. Well only just recently they have managed to do this and this was using the launching of the HTC Desire HD. As far as sales go we really don't have specific figures however we do know for sure that in the United Kingdom the shops which had the mobile phones for sale didn't have sufficient stock to satisfy customer demand.

So you may safely say that Google Android devices at the moment are beginning to get to the light at the end of a very long, Apple iPhone dominated tunnel. Android originally was practically exclusicve to HTC however recently we have seen the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S launched which is in some ways every bit as good as the Desire HD and in others not quite as good, but still it is a cracking handset and there have already been a number of other's released such as computer giants Dell's first dip into the mobile/smart phone market with the Dell Streak, which it is safe to say is one hell of a mobile phone handset. It has an exceptionally big screen measuring up to be 5 inches bang on. Some going that for a phone screen, but Dell being Dell really don't do things by half really. I mean this phone is pretty much a laptop, although not just any old laptop, a laptop smaller than your shoe!

If you would quite like one of these brilliant handsets, regardless of whether it's a HTC or even a brand new Dell or whatever you're sure to find some really good Android deals around on the high-street, because there are a few budget Android handsets just like the Wildfire and also some of the far more 'top of the range' mobile phones like the HTC Desire HD.

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