Android is the dominant mobile phone operating system in Australia, and a number of exciting new devices have been released in the past 12 months.
Its popularity may be motivated by the wide range of smartphones available, which accommodate a variety of budgets and tastes.
This software also gives users access to virtual application store Google Play, which has over 700,000 tools and games available for download.
One of the most popular handsets is the Samsung Galaxy S3, which has a 4.8-inch HD screen, eight-megapixel camera and Near Field Communication (NFC) technology.
A 'designed by nature' theme means that the device is made to anticipate users' needs and work intuitively.
The HTC One XL also boasts impressive specifications, and builds upon the success of its predecessor with 4G network compatibility.
Manufacturer LG has experienced stocking issues with the Google Nexus 4 after unanticipated demand for the Android Jelly Bean 4.2 handset.
A relatively low price tag combined with a powerful Snapdragon S4 processor, 4.7-inch display and wireless charging technology has attracted hoards of consumers.
Posted by Simon Thomas
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