Midmarket: Affordable Android Smartphones for Small Businesses

 
 
By Nathan Eddy  |  Posted 2011-03-24
 
 
 

Motorola Droid X ($149.99)

From Verizon Wireless, this smartphone sports a large widescreen in the full 16:9 format, high-definition camcorder and the Android Webkit HTML5-based browser.

Motorola Droid X ($149.99)

HTC EVO Shift 4G ($149.99)

Available from Sprint, the Shift features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, preloaded Amazon Kindle reader and a 3.6-inch touch-screen display.

HTC EVO Shift 4G ($149.99)

Samsung Captivate ($149.99)

Surf the Web, run multiple applications with the 1GHz processor and 16GB user memory, and employ the Swype texting function for faster communication.

Samsung Captivate ($149.99)

LG Vortex (Free)

Verizon is currently offering this phone free with a two-year contract and online discount; the Vortex sports Android 2.2 and Microsofts Bing search engine.

LG Vortex (Free)

Motorola Flipout ($79.99)

This deal offered through AT&T gets you a smartphone with an integrated microSD card slot, Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity and full HTML Web browsing.

Motorola Flipout ($79.99)

HTC Droid Incredible ($99.99)

This Verizon deal backs a smartphone with a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 8GB internal flash memory and Sense technology to organize your incoming email, texts and Facebook messages.

HTC Droid Incredible ($99.99)

Samsung Epic 4G ($199.99)

Its 3G/4G speeds back the Epic, which sports a QWERTY keyboard, 4.0-inch super AMOLED (active-matrix organic LED) display and the ability to share 3G/4G speeds with up to five WiFi devices.

Samsung Epic 4G ($199.99)

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