Best Mid Range Android Phones

1. LG Optimus Black

featuring a gorgeous 4″ Nova display, a 1GHz processor and a 5 megapixel camera, and not to forget that its slimmer than the iphone 4, this phone is a crossover between a mid-range and high-end smartphone

2. Motorola Triumph

featuring a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a 4.1″ display and stock android (FroYo), the only drawback this phone has is its plastic like feel and bulky design, oh and of course its tiny battery(1390 M) :p

3. HTC Cha Cha

Also known as the Facebook phone due to its dedicated facebook sharing key at the bottom, the ChaCha is the perfect phone for a business person wanting to make the switch from a blackberry. it features a 2.6″ touchscreen with a resolution of 480 x 320, an 800MHz processor and android 2.2 with HTC Sense 2.1. plus it has a beautiful design.

4. Samsung Galaxy Ace

As the succesor t0 the Galaxy 3, the galaxy ace rocks an amazing and lightweight body, an 800MHz processor, a 3.5″ AMOLED display and android 2.2 with touchwiz 3.0, and an upgrade coming in the future.

5. HTC Desire S

Yea yea I know the phone has a 1GHz processor and android 2.3 also know as those wicked robots made out of gingerbread. When I saw it I was like whoa, that’s some wicked pic right there, then I saw ice cream sandwhich’s robot and I was like double whoa! Cuz the honeycomb logo was just bleh. But that’s besides the point. Right so as I was saying, it has all the great specs, but if you have used it, you what I’m talking aboot. Yes I said it that way. No typo.

About Soham Adwani

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