Top Android phones by carrier (roundup) | Android Atlas – CNET Reviews

Android smartphones continue to hit the market at a fast and furious pace, which is great for you and me as customers, but it can also be a little overwhelming as you’re shopping around for your next device.

To help you out, we’ve rounded up some of the top Android devices we’ve reviewed lately. We’ve picked a model for each of the four major U.S. carriers, as well as U.S. Cellular and Virgin Mobile. We’re sure you have your own opinions about which Android phone is best, so be sure to share your thoughts on what your favorite device is and why in the comments section below.

Samsung Galaxy S II (AT&T)
Packing a lot of power and features into a slim design, the Samsung Galaxy S II is AT&T’s top Android smartphone, hands down. (Bonus: It’s available from T-Mobile and Sprint, too.) Read the full review.

HTC Amaze 4G (T-Mobile)
T-Mobile and HTC might tout the Amaze 4G’s camera, but we were just as amazed by the smartphone’s speed and solid design. Read the full review.

HTC Evo 3D (Sprint)
In the Evo 3D, HTC made a good product even better with better battery life, a faster processor, and a great camera. The 3D capabilities are just icing on the cake. Read the full review.

Motorola Droid Bionic (Verizon Wireless)
Despite the delays, the Motorola Droid Bionic didn’t disappoint and delivers the goods, with impressive performance. Read the full review.

Motorola Electrify (U.S. Cellular)
The Motorola Electrify brings a high-powered and fully stocked Android device with world-roaming capabilities that’s sure to please U.S. Cellular’s Android fans. Read the full review.

Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile)
Prepaid customers don’t always get the latest and greatest smartphones, but the Motorola Triumph for Virgin Mobile is a move in the right direction. Read the full review.


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