What's the best Android phone on AT&T that is out in 2010 or coming out soon?
I'm looking to get an Android phone on AT&T and want to know what's the best Android to get that is out in 2010.
Google Nexus One runs on Android 2.1 and 800×480 pixel resolution and includes a one GHz processor, 3-D graphics accelerator and HD video support.
Motorola Droid has a high resolution 3.7 inch touch screen, with a slide out QWERTY keyboard, the Motorola Droid is popular in U.S.
Motorola Backflip is one of the top android phones to hit AT&T, with a 3.1-inch 480×320-pixel touchscreen and phone flips to open the screen to show a keyboard.
Samsung Moment, lacks the extra features of the Motorola CLIQ and HTC Hero on Sprint but has a keyboard and bright display.
HTC Hero where you can zoom in and out on Websites and photos similar to the iPhone 3GS or Palm Pre.
I just discovered the Aria is a pocket sized Android based phone coming out June 20, 2010. It's make by HTC, which seems to make the best Android Phones on the market right now. It looks pretty good, but seems a bit under powered with a 700 megahertz processor. Never the less, I think I'm going to get this phone after reading the other reviews
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