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    10- Palm Pre Plus (AT&T)

    Pre Plus, along with the Pixi Plus for AT&T, will ship running WebOS 1.4, offer support for AT&T services. The Pre Plus will be available in the coming months for $149.99 with a two-year contract.

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      9- Dell Aero (AT&T)

      The Aero is Dell’s first U.S. smartphone and AT&T’s second Android device (after the Motorola Backflip). It’s based on the Dell Mini 3, and it’s definitely one of, if not the, smallest Android smartphones we’ve seen. The Dell Aero is expected to be available from AT&T in the coming months, but there’s been no word yet on pricing.

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        8- HTC Desire

        Introduced alongside the HTC Legend, the HTC Desire is like the Nexus One but with HTC’s Sense user experience rather than the standard Android interface. This means you’ll get HTC’s widgets, including a couple of new ones like revamped mail and agenda widgets. Also, in the browser, you can now do a long-press over some text to bring up a bar that allows you to select a word that you can then look up in the dictionary or on Wikipedia. The HTC Desire is available in Europe now, but there are rumors that it might be headed for U.S. carriers.

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          7- Nexus One for Verizon Wireless

          Out of all the current and upcoming versions of the Nexus One, we get the most questions about the Verizon model. We know the Google Android “superphone” is expected to ship this spring for the carrier, but unfortunately, we don’t have an exact date.

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            6- HTC Legend

            The phone’s aluminum unibody construction is sleek, sexy, and solid, and the AMOLED touch screen is vibrant and sharp. The new enhancements to the HTC Sense, such as the Leap screen and group contacts, are all helpful. Unfortunately, at this time, it looks like the Legend will be available only in Europe and Asia, but we hope a U.S. carrier will come to its senses and pick it up.

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              5- Kyocera Zio M6000

              At CTIA 2010, Kyocera introduced its first Google Android phone, the Zio M6000. To our recollection, it’s the first U.S. smartphone from Kyocera, as well. Running Android 1.6, the Zio offers a 3.5-inch QVGA touch screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and support for 3G EV-DO networks. It will be available in Q2 for $169 to $219 before carrier subsidy. Cricket Wireless is already onboard, and we hear Sprint might be, too.

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                4- Motorola i1 (Sprint Nextel)

                The Motorola i1 is the first push-to-talk Google Android smartphone due to launch on Sprint Nextel’s iDEN network. It will support Nextel’s Direct Connect services and, like a lot Nextel’s handsets, the i1 meets Military Specifications 810f so it can withstand dust, shock, vibration, rain, humidity, fog, and more. Other highlights include a 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and the Opera mini browser. Pricing and a release date have not been revealed at this time.

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                  3- Samsung Galaxy S

                  Introduced at CTIA 2010, the Samsung Galaxy S is Samsung’s latest Google Android phone, and it might be the best one yet. The Android 2.1 device boasts a brilliant 4-inch Super AMOLED screen and can play back video at 720p resolution. In addition, Samsung will work with content partners so you can download full-length movies, TV shows, and even books and magazines. The Samsung Galaxy S is expected to be available in the U.S. this summer and, rumor has it, all carriers will get it.


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