Touchscreen smartphones are currently all the rage in the mobile phone market, largely thanks to the iPhone and the rising popularity of Android phones. Although touchscreen is the preferred input for general use, many consumers prefer typing on a physical keyboard rather than a touchscreen. For these users, we've rounded up the best Android smartphones that combine a touchscreen, and a full QWERTY keyboard.
9 / 9
Motorola has tried something different with the Flipout Android smartphone, but the end result is a clunky-feeling handset that is awkward to use. The Flipout is relatively cheap, but its display has a low resolution and an odd aspect ratio. There are much better alternatives on the market for a similar price.
- Review Date:
- 22nd Nov., 2010
- Ross Catanzariti