Midmarket: Affordable Android Smartphones for Small Businesses
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.