Comparison of Features of Android Phones on the Market

Here is a list of Google Android Phones on the market and the info I gathered on them from the internet. Rather than visiting a lot of sites to get this info; -which I have done myself- I thought it would be handy for them to be all in one page.

So here it is 🙂





General Mobile DSTL1 Imaginary


  • dual SIM
  • 5 Megapixel camera with autofocus and a LED flash(made by Sharp)
  • 3” (resistive) touchscreen (not multi-touch though)
  • Wide-QVGA resolution (240×400 pixels)
  • 4GB of internal memory (expandable with microSD cards)
  • Hot-swapping not supported
  • Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support
  • miniUSB port
  • GPRS/EDGE support
  • No 3G or HSDPA support
  • 624MHz Marvell PXA 310 CPU
  • No QWERTY keyboard
  • 135g


T-Mobile G1 (HTC G1 Dream)


  • 3.15 mp camera with no flash
  • 3″ touchscreen
  • 320×480 resolution
  • 3G, HSPDA and Wi-Fi support
  • Bluetooth and USB 2.0 support
  • miniUSB port
  • GPS
  • QWERTY keyboard
  • 528 MHz Qualcomm MSM7201A CPU
  • 192MB RAM and 256MB ROM
  • 158 gr

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HTC Magic (aka G2)


  • 3.2 mp camera with auto-focus
  • 3.2-inch touchscreen
  • 320×480 HVGA resolution screen
  • Internal GPS
  • HTC ExtUSB™ (11-pin mini-USB 2.0 and audio jack in one)
  • Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi support
  • 528 MHz Qualcomm® MSM7201a™ CPU
  • 192MB RAM and 512MB ROM
  • 118.5 grams
  • 1340 mAh battery (slightly better than G1’s)
  • A little bit smaller than G1
  • No QWERTY keyboard

And here are some less-known Android phones:


QiGi i6 Goal


  • Dual-OS smartphone with both Windows Mobile 6.1 and Google Android
  • 624MHz Marvell Monohans CPU
  • 2.8” LCD touchscreen
  • 2 mp Camera
  • GPS support
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support
  • No 3G support


HKC Pearl


  • Dual-OS smartphone with both Windows Mobile 6.1 and Google Android
  • 624MHz Marvell PXA310 CPU
  • 2.8” touchscreen
  • 2 mp Camera
  • Integrated GPS
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support


Sciphone Dream G2 (aka Dream G200i)


  • 2.8-inch QVGA touchscreen with 240 X 320 resolution
  • 4 mp Camera with auto-focus
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support
  • Stereo FM Radio
  • 1G microSD included
  • miniUSB port
  • 110 g












Android Dev Phone 1

This one is basically a T-Mobile/HTC G1 with no lock on SIM or Hardware. The Android Dev Phone is supposed to be sold only to developers. It also has some graphics on the back cover which wasn’t there on G1.

Before you can buy it, you need to be a registered Google Android developer which costs $25 .  After this simple process, you can buy the phone for $399.

The phone is currently available only in US, UK, Germany, Japan, India, Canada, France, Taiwan, Spain, Australia, Singapore, Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Poland, and Hungary though.

Since it features an unlocked bootloader(such that it doesn’t require signed images), you can actually customize the Android OS and load it onto the phone!

Though you can also unlock your G1 to be like this by following this guide.

Be aware! There is no support for copy-protected apps on this device! Thus, you will not be able to install most of the apps on the App Market!

Actually the original version didn’t support getting any apps from the Android Market, however with the recent software update users will be able to install apps without copy-protection(which are more or less free apps).

Some developers have asked about the support for copy-protected apps on developer devices, and indeed there is a limitation you should be aware of. Many developers are concerned about the unauthorized redistribution of their applications, so they make use of the copy-protection feature (known as “forward locking”) which prevents applications from being copied off devices. However, developer phones like the ADP1 allow for unrestricted access to the device’s contents, making it impossible to enforce copy protection.

Just keep this in mind: This is a developer phone and it wasn’t meant for consumer use.



  1. November 18, 2010 at 1:58 am

    mobile phones that have built in cameras are my favorite because they can capture those special moments and events ;~’

  2. Computer Fan said,

    January 25, 2011 at 4:29 pm

    ,;’ I am really thankful to this topic because it really gives useful information .:*

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