Mobile Phones with Android
Mobile phones that run on the Android operating system are very popular, and make up a large per cent of the mobile phone market. Android has many features and is available on many different brands of mobile phone devices.Brands
The following mobile phone brands run on the Android system: Samsung, Huawei, HTC, Sony, LG, Xiaomi, ASUS, Motorola and Oppo. These brands all have various models that use Android to give their users the best experience possible. They are available all over the world, although some models aren’t available in some countries.Android Features
Android developers are always updating the Android operating system. It has an integrated browser to optimise surfing the Internet with mobile devices. Android also offers a high level of customisation, providing the freedom to uninstall, or at least stop, some of the applications that come with a device that you may not use. The settings on Android phones allow you to customise your phone experience in a variety of ways, from storage to security. It also gives you detailed statistics on your phone’s battery usage/life, storage and memory.Storage Capacities
Android phones come in the following memory sizes: 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB. These storage sizes suit a variety of users. Those who take a lot of photos and videos would be best to get mobile phones with a minimum 32 GB, to ensure they have enough room for all their memories. Smaller storage capacities are better for those users whose mobile phone usage is more basic.Network Unlocking
Network unlocked Android mobile phones are readily available. A phone that is network unlocked means you can put any network’s SIM card into the phone and use it to access that network for calls, texts and Internet browsing. Some mobile phones can be unlocked by the carrier for a fee, while others come already unlocked. This is especially handy for those who travel and use a different SIM card whilst overseas. The easiest way to tell if you have a network locked Android mobile phone or an unlocked one is to put another network’s SIM card in it. The phone will either ask you for a code or let you access the device.