What is Your Perfect Android Phone?

October 17, 2011
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Everyday, we see new leaks of rumored phones that may be coming out soon somewhere around the world, whether it be in Europe, the United Kingdom or the United States. Lets take a little break from that and talk about what features and specs would make the perfect Android phone for you.

The Galaxy S II LTE HD has a super AMOLED display, dual core 1.2Ghz processing, and 4G LTE connectivity

So what are some of the things that are important to you in looking for a new Android phone? Perhaps, processor speed and whether its single core, dual core, or dare I say – quad core? Maybe you’re just looking for a decent camera in a new phone, like the 8MP – 1080p recording camera the HTC Sensations have. Or are you just looking at the size and quality of the screen? Like the 4.5″ screen of the Samsung Infuse on AT&T. Nice right?

The HTC Amaze has an amazing, lightning fast camera, but terrible battery life

Honestly, not one phone has all the best specs. I thought the HTC Amaze and Sensation had all the best specs possible, but I wrong. They do not even have a full gigabyte of RAM, only 768MB., which isn’t bad for a phone, as the iPhone only has 512MB, but who cares about that? What it comes down to is which phone has the best specs for what you will be doing with it the most?

The Galaxy Nexus (Prime) has the makings of what many consider to be the "perfect" Android phone - but for how long?

For example, if you use your phone for a lot of games, and movies, you will probably want something like the Samsung Infuse, HTC Amaze, or HTC Sensation. If you are just doing web browsing and occasional emails, something like the LG Thrill will be more than sufficient. If you are looking for a phone that can potentially replace your digital camera, then you’ll want to keep your eyes out for the very much rumored Galaxy Nexus that should be announced tomorrow night around 10PM EST.

Tell us what your dream or perfect Android phone would be in the comments. Feel free to include specs, the manufacturer that would make it, what you would name the device, and which carrier you’d want it on.

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