ponedjeljak, 17. siječnja 2011.

Are Android handsets gradually taking over the mobile phone world?

Android have been around for a while now, long enough you would think in which they would be able to create a mobile phone handset that is capable of inflicting some form of serious damage on the iPhone. Well only lately they have been able to do this and this was with the launch of the HTC Desire HD. So far as sales go we really don't have specific figures however we do know for sure that in the UK the shops which had the handsets for sale didn't have sufficient supply to satisfy customer demand.

So you may safely say that Google Android devices are now beginning to reach the light right at the end of a very long, Apple iPhone dominated tunnel. Android at first was practically exclusicve to HTC however fairly recently we have witnessed the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S launched which is in several ways every bit as good as the Desire HD and in others not as good, but still it's a cracking mobile and there have been some other's launched like computer giants Dell's very first dip into the mobile/smart phone market with the Dell Streak, which it is safe to say is one heck of a handset. It's got an amazingly big screen measuring up to be 5 inches bang on. Some going that for a phone screen, but Dell being Dell do not do things by half really. I mean this mobile phone is virtually a laptop, but not just any old laptop, a laptop smaller than your shoe!

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

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