There is no dearth of smartphones coming out with Android operating systems. Every week we see a couple or more Android phones entering the market and that makes the life of someone looking to buy an android phone really tough.

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Well, Google has taken the onus on them to help you choose the best Android phone for your need. Check out Google Phone Gallery.


The Google Phone Gallery is a showcase of Android-powered devices that deliver the best Google experience today. It hosts a selection of many Android Phones from multiple phone manufacturers. The site has phone images, detailed phone features, specifications, carrier information and more. You can sort phones by hardware manufacturer, by phone service provider and even by country. The best part of it all is that it allows users to compare up to 3 Android phones side by side, thereby allowing you to compare devices from different manufacturers and carrier operators.

For US visitors, Google Phone Gallery lists more than 20 Android phones from popular ones like Motorola’s Droid X and HTC’s EVO 4G to the lesser-known Motorola Charm and LG Ally. Discontinued phones, like the Nexus One and HTC Droid Eris, are listed as well.

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But not every Android phone gets a spot in Google Phone Gallery. For now, Google lists only four manufacturers — HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung – omitting Dell’s Aero and Sony’s Xperia X10. Phones that use search engines besides Google by default, such as AT&T’s Motorola Backflip (Yahoo) and Verizon’s Samsung Fascinate (Bing), are also left off the list.

Google though, plays it safe and notes that “More countries, operators, and phones coming soon!”. We would love to see every Android phone being listed here in the near future. I am sure that would make every wannabe Android user happy!

[via]Google Mobile blog


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