This will be a very busy year for the Best Android Phone market, with lots of interesting smartphones of Samsung Android Phone replacement already launched, but with still more 2014 Google Android Phones to come. In the beginning of Android Phones Review 2013 the biggest players of the Android smartphone market introduced their flagship devices in the January - March time frame. Anyway, there are still a lot of new smartphones to come and some of the ones launched last year are still one of the best on the market.
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Those beautiful handsets with an amazing screen and innovative camera. The idea has the potential to be really great, but in practice it feels a bit limited. For starters, you're confined to a handful of news sources hand-picked by HTC, which means that you can't toss your favorite blogs and sites into the mix. Nor can you view any other vital information from your phone on the home screen, such as text messages, chat notifications or Google Now cards. It seems like a missed opportunity.
Our Expert Opinion The HTC One is among the best-looking phones we've ever seen and our pick of the current crop. Its metal chassis and edge-to-edge screen look fantastic and the curved rear is both practical and stylish.
Samsung Galaxy S3
It may be getting replaced but it's still superb and now available at very competitive prices
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Our Expert Opinion The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the best-selling Android handset of all time. It's no longer Samsung's flagship model but huge competition between retailers mean it costs much less than you might expect - free on a £22 per month contract. Despite its reasonable price the S3 comes with a gorgeous, huge, AMOLED display, which is capable of deep blacks and vibrant colours.
Still, after spending a week with the latest handsets on the market, I have to admit to not being turned off by the size. I still feel a bit silly holding it up to my ear — but who really uses their smartphone to make phone calls? Anyway, it’s not over yet for the Android phones, because at least for other powerful terminals are expected to debut this year: the Optimus G follow-up, unofficially dubbed LG Optimus G2, the next-gen Galaxy Note phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Google’s Nexus 5, and the mysterious Motorola X Phone.