Verizon Wireless is expanding their 4G LTE Network across the nation and offer a compliment of Arndoid smartphones. Their smartphones run on both their 3G and 4G networks. Below are the top rated Verizon smartphones on the market.
#1: Samsung Droid Charge 4G
∙ Incredible 4G Features in their second 4G phone release
∙ Video chats with a 1.3 megapixel rear facing camera
∙ 1 GHz Hummingbird processor creates a fast connection and experience
∙ Screen displays with increased clarity on the 1.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus
∙ You have to sign up for 2 years and still pay $299
∙ The 4G LTE Network is not in all areas currently but the roll out is moving quickly
Summary of the Samsung Droid Charge 4G
The Samsung Droid Charge is the second 4G release from Verizon and has proven itself on their 4G network.
#2: HTC Thunderbolt 4G
∙ A fast smartphone according to all tests up to this date
∙ User friendly and intuitive
∙ Good amount of storage
∙ Full HTML support created a pleasant Web browsing experience
∙ High quality cameras
∙ Battery life is minimized when on the 4G network so improvement should be done
∙ A little heavier than other 4G smartphones
Summary of the HTC Thunderbolt 4G
Being the first 4G smartphone release by Verizon it delivers on speed. This smartphone does what you would expect plus the pricing is reasonable.
#3: Motorola DROID X2
∙ It is a 3G smartphone and is considered on of the fastest on the market today
∙ Plenty of power with the 1 GHz dual core processor
∙ 4G features on a 3G smartphone
∙ 690x540 screen resolution with a 4.3-inch qHD touchscreen display
∙ HDMI Output for full HD 1080P to external device or HDTV
∙ Includes 3G Mobile Hotspot
Could be better:
∙ With the speed of this phone on the 3G network it would be untouchable on the 4G network
∙ No rear facing camera
Summary of the Motorola DROID X2 3G
There are a lot of 4G features on the Motorola DROID X2 even though it is Verizonís latest 3G smartphone. For what you are getting it is a powerful smartphone.
NEXT WEEK we will look at Sprintís top three smartphones.