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'Google Phone Gallery' gives users a chance to compare Android devices

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 30 Sep 2010 19:38 User comments (2)

'Google Phone Gallery' gives users a chance to compare Android devices Google has launched a new Android comparison Web page this week, giving would-be consumers a place to compare all the current Android smartphones against each other before making a purchase.
You can check the site at google.com/phone and search through a "showcase of Android-powered devices."

Adds Ben Serridge, product manager for Android: "There are tools that make it easy to compare phones side by side: you can filter phones by country, manufacturer, and carrier; view and compare technical specifications and features; and find where each phone is available for sale."

You can sort the devices alphabetically or by "newest devices" first. The last listed phones are the Motorola Charm, Samsung Epic 4G, and the Droid 2.

Each phone has an "add to compare" button and a "buy from" link. You can compare up to three devices side-by-side at one time.

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2 user comments

12.10.2010 23:04

Useless website. How about adding filters for features you are looking for?

23.10.2010 7:21

Website hopeless - does not show all features of the phones listed, does not show all models of phones (ie I have an HTC Hero but it does not look anything like the one shown!).
Perhaps this site is for American users not international ones.
Also no filters for features.

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