4 Cheapest Android Phones

Google has shown its friendliness and sympathy  from the beginning towards simple users and sophisticated marketers or programmers. When it comes to the industry of mobile phones the concept of convenience and personal care has not really changed at all. Google has managed to let it’s fans use Android features not only on high-end smart-phones, but also on easily purchasable in budget awesome phones. Now, all of us know how much Google are adept when it comes to User Interface and a lot of people think that they might be skipping a few features if they buy a cheap Android phone, but that’s the irony; Google again here has maintained its prodigy by giving full usability options and features to these cheap phones.

We have listed 4 cheapest Android phones with best features so that you can easily pick up a phone of your choice.

1. Huawei IDEOS X5

The IDeos X5 is powered with Android 2.2 which is upgradable to the latest version 2.3. The phone has a clear display and a decent 5MP camera which can record 720p videos but the phone does not come with a camera shutter button which is quite a disappointment. The phone is powered by a 800MHz processor. The phone is loaded with feature like voice dialing, a speakerphone, threaded text and multimedia messaging, and the full range of wireless options: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G, and GPS. The phone book is limited only by the available memory, and there’s room in each entry for multiple numbers, e-mail addresses, IM handles, group IDs, photo caller IDs, and so on. You can merge contact information from various accounts, such as Gmail and Outlook; as with every Android phone, some of our contact information was out of sync.

2. LG OptimusOne

The Korean firm was well out of league when we could hardly keep track of the high-end phones it made every now and then. But to re-enter the phone Market LG has designed perfectly the well affordable OptimusOne p500. The phone runs Android 2.2  (Froyo) which is customizable to new Google features and has a  sensitive 3 Inch capacitive touch screen .

The Optimus One offers plenty of connectivity options.It supports Bluetooth 2.1 , WiFi b/g , 3G/EDGE, GPS. You can also turn your phone into a WiFi Hotspot. The phone charges via microUSB and connects to the PC the sameway. There’s a 3.5mm audio jack for connecting the ear phones. Thhhe battery backup and processor both are quite good.

3. Samsung I5503 Galaxy 5

The phone is built in with Android V2.1 (Eclair) and has a Intutive Touchwiz 3.0 Interface on a 2.8′” Touch Screen. It has Google-Outlook-Facebook Integrated Calendar and Powerful Multitasking Support With Up To 7 Home screen. The phone Supports Swype Input For Faster Typin. Battery Type is  Li-Ion 1200mAh which gives a talk Time of  9 Hrs and 30 Min and standby Time of   520 Hrs. The phone is powered with MSM7227-1 600MHz Processor 90 MB internal memory and has a  2 MP Full Focus primary camera.

4. HTC Tattoo

This phone from HTC offers Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support and 3G with HSDPA 7.2 Mbps. The phone is Heavily customizable with exchangeable covers. The phone Runs Android OS v1.6 (Sense UI), upgradeable to 2.1 Eclair and has a 2.8″ resistive touchscreen of QVGA resolution and Qualcomm MSM 7225 528 MHz CPU, 256 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM. The main camera is a 3.15 megapixel fixed-focus camera with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g and GPS receiver and accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate. The Phone has a Standard miniUSB port for charging and data transfer. Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) microSD card slot, up to 8GB support (a 2GB card in the box) . Standard 3.5mm audio jack direct access to the official Android repository smart dialing and tereo FM radio with RDS.




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