Best Android phones: Editor's choice (August 2011)

PC World's Editor's choice Android phones are a rank of the top 10 Android smartphones based on personal selection by the PC World Australia editorial team

Are you in the market for a new Android phone? See what our expert reviewer's recommend with our editor's choice selections. These Android smartphones are a rank of the top 10 handsets based on personal selection by the PC World Australia editorial team.

Our August editor's choice list is headed by the excellent Samsung Galaxy S II, which scored a whopping 4.75/5 stars. This makes it the highest scoring Android phone currently available on the market. Its followed closely by HTC's flagship Sensation, which is exclusively sold through Telstra, and the popular HTC Desire HD, which is available at Vodafone.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc has a few minor flaws, but these are easily overlooked thanks to its exquisite design. The XPERIA Arc is fast, super-thin and combines a great camera with an excellent display.

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  • 6th April, 2011
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Sony Ericsson
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  • Pros:
  • Super-thin and concave design
  • Excellent camera
  • Fantastic display
  • Cons:
  • Tiny buttons
  • Disappointing battery life
  • Poor default keyboard

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