Samsung Captivate
AT&Ts Leading AndroidLet’s face it- AT&T’s leading smartphone is the iPhone. For Android fans on AT&T that means slim pickings as the carrier hasn’t pushed their lineup of Android Phones too far in terms of innovation. Luckily, Samsung graced AT&T with one of their Galaxy S devices, in this case named the Samsung Captivate. Although AT&T doesn’t have a great Android selection, the Captivate is a solid choice.With a 4-inch screen, 5MP camera, 3.5mm headset jack, FM Radio tuner, and a 1GHz processor, the Samsung Captivate would be a solid top selection on any carrier’s lineup. If you’re looking for a high-end Android on AT&T… this is your one and only option.
Motorola Flipout
For Teenage Texters and Style GurusLike to strut your style? Like to be original, roll with some flair, show off your quirky and colorful personality? The Motorola Flipout will do just that, appealing to people who want something unique and different in their Android Phone. With 7 interchangeable covers and a square keyboard that swivels, the Motorola Flipout is aptly named and an awesome choice for teens. Running Android 2.1 with MOTO BLUR, this cool little number packs all the power that Android has to offer.
HTC Aria
For Beginning Android UsersYou might not want to drop a huge chunk of change on an Android Phone because you just want the basics. No need for all the bells and whistles when you just want to call people, text people, get your e-mail, search the web, and do a few other things while you learn what Android is all about! The HTC Aria is like Android training wheels. It’s an affordable starter device that will get you comfortable with using a smartphone. Then, a year down the road once you’ve got the hang of it, you can always upgrade!