Don't-Miss Android Phone Stories
The LG Revolution has beautiful hardware and fast 4G data speeds on Verizon, but the user interface is a bit clunky.
The Sensation has a gorgeous display, a beautiful design, and dual-core power, but holding the phone in certain ways seems to degrade reception significantly.
A multimedia champ, the Samsung Infuse suffers from pixelated pictures and jagged text.
Gaming with your phone has just gotten 10 times better thanks to the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play.
This 3G phone won’t break any speed or performance records, but its stylish design and no-nonsense user interface may be just right for some users.
The Echo attempts a bold design innovation, unfortunately the phone’s two screens don’t work together well enough to create something greater than the sum of the parts.
The HTC Droid Incredible 2 is an excellent upgrade from the original Incredible in terms of display, design, and camera, but it lacks 4G support.
With a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, HDMI-out and HSPA+ connectivity, the T-Mobile G2X is a no-frills powerhouse that excels at gaming, multitasking, and video.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4G is a solid, yet powerful phone, but it doesn’t have the specs to compete with the next generation of smartphones.
This dual-core phone is fast and boasts solid data speeds, but the Atrix-powered laptop accessory is a good idea poorly executed.
The HTC Inspire 4G is an excellent addition to AT&T's somewhat bare lineup of Android phones, but PCWorld had a hard time achieving '4G' speeds in our tests.
The attractive and speedy Samsung Continuum’s secondary ticker display can be useful, but it isn’t for everyone.
The Droid Pro has the features and keyboard to please any business or IT professional, but call quality is disappointing.
The Samsung Mesmerize for U.S. Cellular packs power and a brilliant screen in a sleek and stylish form.
T-Mobile's new Android phone is a large leap forward from its predecessor, the landmark G1 (or 'Google Phone'), but it still underwhelms in a few key areas.