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Another month, another huge batch of Android phones to look forward to.Each month we take a look at the best Android phones available. No matter which carrier you use, we have something for you.
And as a bonus, we’ll give you a sneak peek at the next huge Android releases.
Here’s out list for July.
The Thunderbolt is Verizon's first 4G phone and has been wildly successful so far. It has a giant 4.3-inch screen and access to Verizon's speedy 4G network. Those speeds come at a price though.
The DROID Incredible 2 is the sequel to one of HTC's most popular phones last year. It's not a HUGE upgrade as far as looks and performance, but it's still a solid phone.
Samsung's DROID Charge is a beast. It's a mammoth device running on Verizon's 4G network. You also get Samsung's gorgeous Super AMOLED Plus display, which is excellent for games and movies. The bad news: It ain't cheap.
The G2x has gotten stellar reviews, and is now widely considered to be the best phone on T-Mobile. It has a 1 GHz dual-core processor and can record full 1080p HD video.
The Nexus S is still our favourite Android phone since it offers the purest Android experience available. With the Nexus S you're guaranteed to get the latest updates straight from Google without waiting for your carrier or manufacturer to catch up. The phone comes in two flavours: 4G (Spring) and 3G (T-Mobile, unlocked).
Price: $199.99 with two-year contract from Sprint (4G), $99.99 with two-year contract from T-Mobile (3G). Order from Best Buy.
The DROID 3, Motorola's third DROID after the original, is due any day. Just like the DROID and DROID 2, it will have a slide-out keyboard. There are also rumours that it will be a global phone, so you can use it on GSM networks too.
We finally got our hands on Samsung's Galaxy S II. Despite all the delays, it's easily one of the most-anticipated Android phones this year. We'll have a full review up next week, but check out our first hands-on impressions in the meantime.